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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!
Read more: Flipping Death Review
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
A Martian tale: redefined
August 5, 2018 - Here we have a remake of a fun open-world third-person shooter. However, is it good enough to stand out in this day and age?
Read more: Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered Review