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April 26, 2016 - Truly unique first-person dungeon crawlers are hard to come by yet this new portable title is quite promising. Get your finger ready for some furious swiping and let's see if Severed is worth accidentally scratching up your Vita screen.
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As hardcore as dungeon RPGs get
April 11, 2016 - Over the decades, RPGs have evolved into an entirely different beast. Whereas epic stories, stylish characters, and breathtaking cinematics are now the norm, the concept of carving your own path in a mysterious world is much harder to come by nowadays.
Read more: Stranger of Sword City Review
A game that's worth a thousand words
April 4, 2016 - From Bookworm to Alphabear, games where you spell words have definitely found an audience. Now that Grimm has put his scythe in the ring, let's see how Letter Quest fits into the genre.
Read more: Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey Remastered Review
City-building meets tower defense
March 21, 2016 - Genre-blending is always an interesting experience in gaming. Aegis of Earth combines many strategy, RPG, and puzzle elements in one delightfully cohesive package. Are you ready for an all-out Protonovus Assault?
Read more: Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault Review
First souls, then blood, now salt
March 18, 2016 - It's no secret that this latest Metroidvania title borrows heavily from the Souls series of action RPGs. However, Salt and Sanctuary translates the established formula into two dimensions which makes it quite the intriguing experiment.
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Welcome to Magnetvania
March 10, 2016 - Metroidvania games are more popular than ever. In order to make one worthwhile, game developers have to strive for unique gameplay. Thankfully, Teslagrad's magnet-based mechanics just may have what it takes.
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Hit Mango? A new Fruit Ninja spin-off?!
March 3, 2016 - Agent 47 has seen his share of puzzling situations. Therefore, putting him into a strategic board game just makes sense. Is he better off murdering in miniature form or should he stick to full-sized homicide?
Read more: Hitman GO: Definitive Edition Review
Not far from portable puzzle perfection
February 23, 2016 - When it comes to on-the-go gaming, no genre fits the bill as well as puzzlers. SwapQuest combines path-making mechanics and RPG elements to create one unique formula. It's addictive, adorable, and challenging so let's get this quest started.
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No one said life as a ninja is easy
February 22, 2016 - Retro 2D action games are an oversaturated genre but they really stand out when done right. Ninja Senki DX takes us back to the 8-bit days in an impressively authentic package. However, is this ninja adventure too old-school for its own good?
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A barrel of fun
February 18, 2016 - I'm always happy to see indie games try something new. Super Blast Deluxe puts your timing skills to the test as you shoot characters out of barrels suspended high in the air. So, let's give it a shot and see how much of a blast it really is.
Read more: Super Blast Deluxe Review