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Nostalgia only goes so far
February 20, 2019 - The early '90s may be iconic for its console games but PC gamers also enjoyed some fantastic games of their own. Now that Commander Keen made his debut on Nintendo Switch, was it worth reviving the long-lost series?
Read more: Commander Keen in Keen Dreams Review
The best Touhou fighter yet
February 20, 2019 - With so many Touhou games out there, it's easy for one to slip through the cracks. So, is Sky Arena: Matsuri Climax a worthwhile fighter set in the familiar and delightful Touhou universe?
Read more: Touhou Sky Arena: Matsuri Climax Review
A 2D masterpiece returns
February 19, 2019 - Frozenbyte's character-swapping Trine series has been providing gamers with top-notch gameplay set in gorgeous worlds for nearly a decade. Now that the best in the series so far is available for Switch, let's see how it holds up.
Read more: Trine 2: Complete Story Review
Bub and Bob burst bubbles yet again
February 11, 2019 - Competitive puzzle games rarely get more enjoyable than Puzzle Bobble so here's an improved sequel to a super-fun puzzler.
Read more: ACA NeoGeo: Puzzle Bobble 2 Review
The Aragami killer strikes again
February 9, 2019 - Bandai Namco's monster-slaying action RPG series has been going strong for almost a decade so get ready to fight yet again.
Read more: God Eater 3 Review
If it was a movie, I'd watch it
February 8, 2019 - Video games that look like a storybook yet play like a puzzle platformer are nothing new so let's see if The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince has what it takes to stand out in this very specific yet oddly populated genre.
Read more: The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince Review
Two classic indies in one package
February 7, 2019 - After years of only being available on PC and mobile devices, the Evoland series makes a fantastic splash on consoles.
Read more: Evoland Legendary Edition Review
4X meets Slavic mythology
February 6, 2019 - Thea: The Awakening will have you slay monsters, forage for food, craft gear, and adventure through countless quests and events while surviving long enough to reshape the randomly-generated world the way you see fit.
Read more: Thea: The Awakening Review
Cutest. Game. Ever.
February 4, 2019 - Truly adorable video games don't come around often so here's one that turns the cuteness up to 11.
Read more: Melbits World Review
Retro bite-sized dungeon exploring
February 2, 2019 - One of the few games I remember playing on Atari 2600 was Raiders of the Lost Ark. All I can recall about it is that it was ridiculously confusing and I died frequently but hey, dying a lot was a sign of the times.
Read more: The Adventures of Elena Temple Review