In a world of Battle Royales that are doing little to evolve, Spellbreak from Proletariat is the very game looking to break the mold, but struggles in some ways, while succeeding in others. Now, let’s find out if this game can go the mile.Continue reading
Mortal Shell from Cold Symmetry does not disappoint in offering one of the hardest challenges to date as well as some of the most unique gameplay elements in the action-RPG genre. This is not a Soulsborne you were hoping for, but rather, something better.Continue reading
Warhammer: Chaosbane in all its totality is one of the best of the best when it comes to top-down dungeon crawling action and looting. It also comes with an impressive story that doesn’t let down, especially if you grab the Magnus Edition, which comes with all the DLC the game has to offer.
Familiar faces and nostalgic gameplay revitalized with a few minor quality of life upgrades and a fresh coat of paint. Find out what we thought of the reimagined vision of the DS classic as a fresh breath of air on Nintendo Switch.
Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme Vs. Maxiboost On is the exact title we needed from the Gundam franchise after the foundations put in place by Mobile Suit Gundam Versus and the PS1 predecessor Gundam: Battle Assault. Now, let’s find out just where the game succeeds and where it seems to stumble in our review.
Destroy all Humans! is back fifteen years after its initial PlayStation 2 release. With a new and updated graphics system, performance enhancements, and modernized controls, Crypto is back and deadlier than ever.Continue reading
Ultracore is a title that brings with it everything we loved about 16-bit shooter titles turned platformer. It brings the stylized gameplay of Contra and Shinobi while also delivering an all-new experience you’d swear was inspired by Terminator and Shinobi III.Continue reading
Bohemia Interactive’s fun gunplay and survival game has come to the Nintendo Switch as a free-to-play loot and shoot title. Now, it’s turning on the Switch and taking players on the go as a worthwhile title for their bug-out bag.
Sisters Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire takes a lot of generous touches to bring back the SHMUP genre the best it can, adding in a few new features, a rather hilarious story, and one that follows close to the Touhou franchise. Now, let’s take a look at Sisters Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire.
Crosscode is an ambitious take on the VMMORPG genre, bringing it back, but in a new aspect using a classic 16-bit approach, giving it an entirely new feel alongside its use of dualstick shooter elements coupled with beat ’em up mechanics.