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What a load of ships
November 10, 2016 - There are so many shoot 'em ups that you'd think it's all been done by now. However, Xenoraid has an interesting ship-switching mechanic that breathes new life in the genre so get your thumbs ready for some intense space combat.
Read more: Xenoraid Review
Intense 2D action with a side of frustration
November 7, 2016 - There's something about taking on hordes of alien invaders that's still fun decades later. Earth's Dawn combines melee and ranged combat to create one thrilling action-packed adventure so let's suit up and enter E.B.E. territory.
Read more: Earth's Dawn Review
Bringing the 3D platformer back to its roots
October 27, 2016 - For some reason, you don't often see new 3D platformers in this day and age. However, Ginger's here with an old-school approach to the genre so it's time to run and jump over to his world and see if it's worth the trip.
Read more: Ginger: Beyond the Crystal Review
Charge your phone and invite the gang
October 26, 2016 - Every year, Jackbox Games unleashes a new collection of a handful of party games. This time around, we have a fresh batch of games (with the exception of a sequel) so let's see what's included.
Read more: The Jackbox Party Pack 3 Review
A dry race through the desert
October 14, 2016 - Overhead racing games are an under-represented genre in today's gaming market. So, does Mantis Burn Racing live up to classics such as Super Off Road? Put the pedal to the metal and let's see how this beast handles.
Read more: Mantis Burn Racing Review
A bit of a truck up
October 8, 2016 - Clustertruck is a simple game that looks like a lot of fun at first glance. But, does it deliver the goods or crash and burn?
Read more: Clustertruck Review
October 3, 2016 - Dead Synchronicity mixes classic point and click gameplay with a mature dystopian setting. But, does it craft a compelling combination?
Read more: Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today Review
Rock out with your sword out
September 26, 2016 - Indie developers rarely capture the true spirit of old-school games. Thankfully, Slain: Back from Hell feels like a long-lost SNES game complete with enough frustrating elements that would make even the Dalai Lama throw his controller.
Read more: Slain: Back from Hell Review
An isometric slant on Zelda
September 17, 2016 - Many indie developers wear their influences on their sleeves. Although Oceanhorn looks like a Zelda game, it actually carves its own path but was it a path worth carving?
Read more: Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Review
Are we there yet?
September 11, 2016 - Here we have a train simulator / zombie shooter. Why not? The Final Station is certainly original: you play as a conductor in a post-apocalyptic world overrun by zombies (which for some reason all look more like silhouettes than flesh-eaters).
Read more: The Final Station Review