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Mobsters and zombies and nazis, oh my!
August 17, 2018 - Mobster Vinnie Cannoli is back almost 20 years after his brutal battles in Thugtown where he emerged as the sole survivor. It's now 1944 and war is raging through Europe so of course, Vinnie wants a piece of the action.
Read more: Guns, Gore & Cannoli 2 Review
A reality-altering sci-fi mystery
August 17, 2018 - It takes a lot for story-driven games to stand out in today's market so charge your drone and experience the futuristic world of 2048.
Read more: State of Mind Review
Maverick hunting highs and lows
August 17, 2018 - The first collection of Capcom's high-octane 2D action classics is nothing short of great. So, how well do X and Zero (as well as their new friend Axl) hold up in their latest adventures?
Read more: Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2 Review
Smash TV + pinball = hot damn!
August 15, 2018 - Sometimes, the most obscure retro games are also the most fun. This is definitely the case with Nitro Ball with its insane overhead action and unconventional pinball elements so grab a few quarters and get ready to shoot!
Read more: Johnny Turbo's Arcade: Nitro Ball Review
Scythe it to The Man!
August 14, 2018 - Being dead isn't all that bad when Death itself grants you the power to possess the living. Flipping Death is certainly a unique and innovative adventure so put on your goth makeup and get ready for a crazy time!
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August 11, 2018 - After more than 5 years, Kickstarter success story Chasm has finally graced consoles with its presence. Was it worth the wait?
Read more: Chasm Review
By Odin's Beard!
August 10, 2018 - Rolling balls has been popular from Marble Madness to redemption games that reward the player for navigating a ball down a path. Road to Ballhalla is the latest in this simple and enjoyable genre but is it one of the greatest?
Read more: Road to Ballhalla Review
Sky fishing meets dogfights
August 9, 2018 - Many roguelike twin-stick shooters feel very similar but here's a game that definitely breaks the mold. Airheart: Tales of Broken Wings is an almost Zen-like flight game yet it's challenging enough to satisfy genre fans. Let's take to the skies and check it out!
Read more: Airheart: Tales of Broken Wings Review
Wince of Persia
August 7, 2018 - Narrative-driven games usually struggle to find a perfect balance between gameplay and storytelling. 1979 Revolution: Black Friday tells a personal tale of a real-life historical event but does it hold up as a video game?
Read more: 1979 Revolution: Black Friday Review
Praise the dead
August 6, 2018 - Indie roguelikes are a dime a dozen but Dead Cells is in a class of its own. Developers Motion Twin have blended several satisfying roguelike elements and the end result is a fun and challenging experience that remains accessible and never overly punishing.
Read more: Dead Cells Review