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April 22, 2017 - Lego City Undercover is back after a short break with a new multi-console release complete with an even better-looking world and some new goodies to collect. What a difference four years makes! Let's see what Chase has been up to.
Read more: Lego City Undercover Review
A Master System gem redefined
April 21, 2017 - Although there were two Wonder Boy III games, The Dragon's Trap is definitely the most memorable. Now, the classic Metroidvania has been remade for modern consoles so let's see how it holds up in high-definition.
Read more: Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap Review
A roguelike that'll have you hooked
April 19, 2017 - Indie game developers love making action-packed 2D platformers. Flinthook manages to combine elements from many inspirations and craft a solid roguelike experience so let's get ready to pillage some pirate ships in space!
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Solid RPG action with furry friends
April 18, 2017 - It's true that most RPGs can be played passively as you watch your characters level up and the story unfold. However, Shiness is here to whip you into shape with its action-packed battles so let's check it out.
Read more: Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom Review
He's one sneaky son of a gun
April 17, 2017 - When you see a game that looks like Hotline Miami but with a neat new gimmick, it definitely seems promising. So, does Mr. Shifty have what it takes to be the next twitch-inducing overhead action game?
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So, how are the kids?
April 13, 2017 - First-person games where you walk around slowly and not do much else are a growing trend. In strolls Blackwood Crossing, an emotional tale involving siblings and their journey to find peace. However, is it a tale worth telling?
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Get ready to put on a show
April 12, 2017 - Games that test your 2D platforming skills can be quite addictive if you're a retro enthusiast. Talent Not Included is a delightfully challenging little game so turn down the house lights and let's start the performance.
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It's no bubbly chocolate bar
April 10, 2017 - Ever since Rez debuted back in 2001, many game developers have tried to emulate its addictive mix of rhythm and shooting elements. Aaero may forge its own identity but does it do enough to keep gamers hooked?
Read more: Aaero Review
The foul-mouthed shooter is back
April 10, 2017 - It may not be new but the 2011 first-person shooter has returned to modern consoles with a fresh coat of paint and a few additions.
Read more: Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Review
Night of the Living Frank
April 8, 2017 - After Capcom's latest B movie zombie-slaughtering escapade ended abruptly, fans finally have an opportunity to get some closure with this latest expansion. The problem is; Frank is now hungry for brains so let's see if this DLC can sate his appetite.
Read more: Dead Rising 4: Frank Rising Review