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  • A Rose in the Twilight (Review) PSVita

    Posted by on June 16, 2017 under Portables, Reviews
    A Rose in the Twilight by developer Nippon Ichi Software is a puzzle platformer where the player takes on the role of Rose, a pale, fragile girl who ends up trapped inside a large, ominous castle where time itself doesn't exist. Aided by a curse that can inject blood into objects - and followed by a large, round golem-like robot -- Rose must brave the trap infested castle and solve its perplexing ... more.
  • Disgaea 5 Complete (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on June 16, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    Disgaea 5 Complete by developer Nippon Ichi Software is an isometric, turn-based RPG that sees the player in the role of Killia, a young, cold-hearted demon who is seeking revenge against Dark Void, the Demon Emperor of the Netherworld. Along the way, the player will build a massive army of demons consisting of Prinnies, custom made characters, and the protagonists from prior Disgaea sequels to do... more.
  • NBA Playgrounds (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on May 19, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    If NBA Street and NBA Jam were to get together, NBA Playgrounds by developer Saber Interactive would be the result of this union. On the surface, NBA Playgrounds closely resembles the NBA Jam series due to the basketball teams - comprised of both active and retired NBA stars - all having large, disproportionate heads. Even the game's 2D perspective seems to be a nod to Midway's critically-acclaime... more.
  • Wonder Boy The Dragon’s Trap (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on May 19, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    The Wonder Boy series is a popular collection of action-platformers that first appeared on the Sega Master System, and later on Sega Genesis. A PC-Engine port of Wonder Boy would eventually surface, but the series itself would eventually vanish into obscurity once Sega began focusing on new franchises like Sonic the Hedgehog and Streets of Rage. Thanks to developer Lasercube, the Wonder Boy ser... more.
  • Pixel Heroes Byte & Magic (Review) Xbox One

    Posted by on May 3, 2017 under Reviews, Xbox One
    Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic by developer The BitFather is a highly addictive roguelike that harkens back to the early days of gaming (before Nintendo's 8-bit NES, when the Apple II and Commodore 64 were considered the platforms of choice to game on). The landscape for game development was vastly different than it is today, and it was led by developers such as Epyx Games and SSI, to name a few. ... more.
  • Mr Shifty (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on May 3, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    Mr Shifty by tinyBuld Games is a top-down beat 'em up where the player takes on the role of would-be thief Mr. Shifty, as he uses his teleport ability to obtain a plutonium core from a thug-infested high rise building. The game is a combination of Die-Hard Arcade and Hotline Miami, as the player runs from one room to the next dodging bullets, attacking NPCs and pulling levers to solve trap-based p... more.
  • Blue Rider (Review) Playstation 4

    Posted by on April 13, 2017 under PS4, Reviews
    Blue Rider by developer Ravegan S.A is a top-down, 3D arcade-style shooter that was inspired by classic shmups such as Gain Ground (Sega) and Smash TV (Midway Games), to name just a few. The game’s premise is simple: shoot all on-screen enemies; destroy canisters to replenish health; and defeat the end level bosses. It’s really as simple as it sounds. The gameplay is roguelike in its execut... more.
  • Has-Been Heroes (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on April 13, 2017 under Reviews, Switch
    Has-Been Heroes by developer Frozenbyte is a roguelike, lane based RPG that shares some similarities with Darkest Dungeon, a turn-based RPG that first appeared on PC back in January 2016. The player assumes the role of three 'has-been' heroes, as they escort the king's daughters to school through treacherous, enemy infested terrain. While traditional roguelikes provide a selection of characters... more.
  • Ghost ‘n Goblins (Review) iOS

    Posted by on March 26, 2017 under Portables, Reviews
    Released in the arcade on September 19th, 1985, Ghost n' Goblins redefined the run-and-jump genre with its harder than nails gameplay; its two-hit death penalty; and nail-biting boss encounters. Gamers everywhere spent countless quarters helping the game's protagonist, Arthur, save princess Prin-Prin from the evil demon king Astaroth. Ghost 'n Goblins and its many iterations have been ported to... more.
  • Diluvion (Review) PC

    Posted by on March 26, 2017 under PC, Reviews
    Diluvion is a game by Arachnid Games that puts the characters at the bottom of the ocean after the gods put them there to teach them a lesson. Humanity was originally supposed to be eradicated, but was spared by the god Sul and sealed under the ocean beneath a thick ice sheet. The player begins the game as a captain of a submarine with the goal of gathering a team to reach the end of the "Endless ... more.
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