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Psikyo's debut shoot 'em up returns
February 21, 2018 - Switch owners sure have been treated to a lot of arcade buried treasures over the past months. Samurai Aces (AKA Sengoku Ace) is Psikyo's first game ever so how does it compare to their more contemporary shmups?
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A bit of a Drag
February 19, 2018 - Dragon Sinker's retro art style will immediately appeal to anyone who's fond of the original 8-bit Dragon Quest games. However, does this old-school RPG sink or swim?
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One bullet sure can kill a lot of people
February 16, 2018 - There's an ever-increasing amount of local competitive multiplayer games so here's a simple one that you may want to add to your collection. When you're ready, grab your favourite bullet and get ready to shoot your friends in the head.
Read more: Guilt Battle Arena Review
A naturally beautiful 3D platformer
February 15, 2018 - Abstract indie games come in all shapes and sizes from walking sims to point and click adventures. The question is; does Fe, a strange yet lovely 3D platformer, have what it takes to be a worthwhile experience?
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Run 'n' gun with chums
February 13, 2018 - Contra and Metal Slug have stood the test of time as a couple of the best co-op shooters. So, how does this newly upgraded version of Mercenary Kings compare to the classics? Get your trigger finger ready and let's head to battle!
Read more: Mercenary Kings: Reloaded Edition Review
Jetpack Joyride: LSD Edition
February 12, 2018 - Holding a button to control your altitude while flying through confined environments has been fun for years. The question is; does Atomik: RunGunJumpGun do enough to make this simple premise fresh in 2018?
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A Metroidvania worth its salt
February 12, 2018 - There may be a ton of indie 2D action games but they keep managing to innovate on established gameplay formulas. Dandara is a mix of Gravity Rush and Metroidvania but is that blend a little too salty?
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A Flash Back RPG
February 10, 2018 - There are so many retro-inspired JRPGs nowadays that it's hard to tell which ones are worthwhile. The Longest Five Minutes definitely has a unique story premise but does it offer a satisfying flashback-filled adventure?
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A clever cooperative concoction
February 8, 2018 - Blending genres to create interesting gaming experiences usually has mixed results. However, Aegis Defenders' combination of 2D platforming and real-time strategy is an absolute blast that you can enjoy with a chum so let's start hunting for relics!
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Keep calm and beat 'em up
February 5, 2018 - Indie interpretations of classic arcade brawlers don't always result in enjoyable experiences. However, Wulverblade brings the genre back to its roots with a fresh modern coat of paint that'll have you and a pal dismembering hordes of dastardly foes for hours.
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