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  • Ghostblade HD (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on June 29, 2020 under Featured Review 2, Reviews, Switch
    Developed by Hucast and released for the Sega Dreamcast back in 2015, Ghostblade HD is a 2D top-down Bullet-Hell shooter that replicates the knuckle-whitening action of most Cave shooters. Every level is packed full of enemies; large, colorful explosions; and giant, end level bosses, who occupy a good portion of the screen. Ghostblade HD for Nintendo Switch is essentially the same game as the Drea... more.
  • Psikyo Shooting Stars Alpha (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on June 29, 2020 under Featured Review 1, Reviews, Switch
    Since its debut, the Nintendo Switch has become the ‘go-to’ console for everything retro. Within the past couple of years, Nintendo’s ‘portable’ console has played host to a myriad of classic first-person shooters, 2D arcade games, and retro collections that cover a wide range of genres. And this doesn’t include the release of remastered titles like the Bioshock Collection and Red Fact... more.
  • Langrisser I & II (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on May 12, 2020 under Reviews, Switch
    Developed by Masaya Games, the Langrisser series is a timeless collection of tactical, turned-based JRPGs that have appeared on just about every computer and console system imaginable, including the NEC PC-8801 and MSX (among others).  The recent Nintendo Switch release (known only as Langrisser I & II) contains remastered versions of the first two games from the iconic - and very popular... more.
  • Catherine Full Body (Feature Review) Playstation 4

    Posted by on May 12, 2020 under Featured Review 3, News, PS4, Reviews
    Vincent Brooks of Catherine fame can’t seem to catch a break, as he returns for a second romp through nightmare-fueled dreams in the enhanced remake port, Catherine: Full Body, for Playstation 4. Like the original game, Vincent is emotionally torn between his longtime girlfriend Katherine and the sultry, similarly-named Catherine. The cross-genre gameplay - which is divided between a daytime ‘... more.
  • Sega Ages Shinobi (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on March 14, 2020 under Reviews, Switch
    Shinobi is a timeless classic that has challenged gamers of all ages for well over three decades. From its meager beginnings as an upright coin-op game - to being ported to numerous consoles and computer systems - the name Joe Musashi was once synonymous with arcade action-platforms, the same way Sonic the Hedgehog was with identifying Sega’s brand during the 16-bit console era. The same can ... more.
  • Sega Ages Fantasy Zone (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on March 14, 2020 under Reviews, Switch
    The Sega cute ‘em up that garnered a cult following in arcades back in 1986, is now available as a Sega Ages release for Nintendo Switch. As the first game in what would eventually become a series, Fantasy Zone follows a sentient spaceship known as Opa-Opa, as it fights to protect a group of odd-looking, other-worldly planets from an alien invasion. Like other releases in the Sega Ages series... more.
  • Deadly Premonition: Origins Collector’s Edition (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on February 24, 2020 under Reviews, Switch
    First appearing on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 back in 2013, Deadly Premonition is a survival horror game that sees the player in the role of FBI Special Agent Francis York Morgan, as he investigates the murder of Anna Graham in the sleepy (and somewhat spooky) town of Greenvale. Assisted by local Sheriff George Woodman and his charismatic deputy Emily Wyatt, the trio work tirelessly to find th... more.
  • Into the Dead 2 (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on February 24, 2020 under Reviews, Switch
    Initially a mobile game that appeared on both Android and iOS devices, Into the Dead 2 is a first-person, on-rail shooter that sees the player in the role of James, a survivor who his trying to reach his family amidst a zombie apocalypse.  The game contains 60 levels that span across 7 chapters, each containing objectives to complete (i.e. Surviving; Getting 2 kills with one shot; and Gett... more.
  • Habroxia (Review) Nintendo Switch

    Posted by on January 16, 2020 under Reviews, Switch
    Developed in partnership between eastasiasoft and developer Lillymo Games, Habroxia is a retro-style, 2D shooter that features intense boss fights, challenging rescue missions, and levels that can shift in perspective. Spanning a whopping 15 levels, Habroxia sends the player into an R-type-like environment, replete with enemy turrets (attached to the floors and ceilings of each level); rock-lik... more.
  • “Sixth Time’s A Charm” — A Gears 5 (Review) Xbox One

    Posted by on January 16, 2020 under News, Reviews, Xbox One
    For games that end up being a popular series (Halo, Deadrising, Resident Evil; take your pick), you often find yourself wondering after the first few installments or so, what could possibly happen the next time around.  Am I right?  So then it should come as no surprise that as one of gaming's very highly acclaimed sagas, Gears 5 from developer The Coalition and publisher Xbox Game Studi... more.
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