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Lightning McQueen's still got it!
June 20, 2017 - The previous Cars games were surprisingly fun and well put together. Let's see if the latest entry in the game series (that happens to complement a brand new Cars movie) lives up to its predecessors.
Read more: Cars 3: Driven to Win Review
A potion-throwing good time
June 20, 2017 - Retro-inspired indie games that forge their own identity as opposed to merely emulating the classics are a rare breed. A Hole New World accomplishes this through its unique and undeniably fun gameplay so let's throw some potions at monsters!
Read more: A Hole New World Review
Knock-knock. Who's there?
June 19, 2017 - Survival horror games are ten a penny these days but Perception attempts to freshen things up with a novel premise and some unique gameplay mechanics. However, is that enough to help it stand out from the crowd?
Read more: Perception Review
Beck and GV return for more 2D action
June 15, 2017 - Inti Creates' 2D action crossover has come back after its 2014 3DS debut. Mighty Gunvolt Burst combines the heroes of Mighty No. 9 and Azure Striker Gunvolt with a retro coat of paint and a few new twists so get ready for some Mega Man style fun!
Read more: Mighty Gunvolt Burst Review
Quote is back in action
June 6, 2017 - Some games have become synonymous with quality over the years. Cave Story has already been ported to a few Nintendo consoles and now that it has made its Switch debut, let's take a look at how this classic holds up.
Read more: Cave Story+ Review
Fun 2D platforming with kooky virtual pals
June 4, 2017 - There are so many side-scrolling platformers out there that it's hard to keep up. Thankfully, Shu provides a unique twist on the typical formula and now that it's available for Vita, let's take a look at how it holds up in such a crowded genre.
Read more: Shu Review
War of the words
May 29, 2017 - After starting life as a game jam before making its way to Steam, The Insult Simulator now arrives on current-gen consoles. Has the joke worn thin or is insulting people just as much fun as ever?
Read more: Oh...Sir!! The Insult Simulator Review
The five stages of adventure
May 28, 2017 - Games without combat that actually keep players engaged are a rare breed. RiME has you control a mysterious young lad who goes on an adventure full of oddities and beautiful landscapes so let's see if his journey is one worth experiencing.
Read more: RiME Review
May 23, 2017 - Games that task players with spelling words can be quite addictive if done right. Spellspire may be a simplistic take on the genre but will it cast a spell on you? Grab your magic wand and let's find out.
Read more: Spellspire Review
The Adventure of Elliot
May 19, 2017 - As a love letter to one of the most overlooked 8-bit classics (Zelda II), gamers familiar with Link's second adventure will immediately recognize similarities between the 1987 action-adventure game and Ansimuz Games' Elliot Quest.
Read more: Elliot Quest Review