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2D platforming with a side of Pang
January 7, 2017 - It seems like many recent indie games have been inspired by the classic bubble-busting gameplay of Buster Bros. Spheroids does so by mixing it into a 2D platform adventure so let's get ready to bust it up yet again.
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Ghouls 'n ghosts 'n goblins, oh my!
December 26, 2016 - Whenever indie developers bring gamers back to the past with authentic experiences, good times will be had. Maldita Castilla is definitely a genuine 16-bit title but does it carry too much retro baggage as well? Unsheathe your steel and let's find out.
Read more: Maldita Castilla EX: Cursed Castile Review
Lather, rinse, ret-2-go!
December 18, 2016 - Everyone's favourite purple-haired half-genie is back for yet another wacky adventure. This time around, she has more transformations than you can shake a magic lamp at. The question is: are you up for a shape-shifting good time?
Read more: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Review
Annie get your gun
December 14, 2016 - Some retro games are undeniable classics yet their prices have gone through the roof. Thankfully, Wild Guns is back in an upgraded iteration and it's a heck of a lot cheaper than its SNES counterpart. What are you waiting for, pilgrim? Let's start shooting.
Read more: Wild Guns Reloaded Review
A racer that makes a splash
November 30, 2016 - Watercraft racing games are almost always a solid choice for adrenaline-inducing competitive action. Aqua Moto Racing Utopia now joins the Riptide franchise to offer another modern take on the genre so let's head to the races and make some waves!
Read more: Aqua Moto Racing Utopia Review
The seminal horror series creeps its way onto PlayStation 4
November 29, 2016 - This compilation brings together all three Amnesia titles into one terrifying package. Is it worth your time and sanity, or should you hide in a cupboard and wait for it to move on?
Read more: Amnesia Collection Review
Minecraft: Slime Edition
November 28, 2016 - This latest Dragon Quest spin-off is heavily inspired by the popularity of Minecraft. However, does it do enough to entice players who aren't as interested in the open-world block-building genre?
Read more: Dragon Quest Builders Review
Sheep are just clouds with legs anyway
November 13, 2016 - Some games are built simply for some good old family fun. Clouds & Sheep 2 (a sequel to a few year old mobile title) is just that with plenty of cuteness and humour for young and old but does it hold up as a game?
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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.
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Capable fighting with a massive cast
November 8, 2016 - 2D fighters have been around for decades yet BlazBlue has remained a fresh take on the genre. Seeing as this fourth BlazBlue title has a lot of competition out there, let's see how it holds up in the ring.
Read more: BlazBlue Central Fiction Review