If you’re a Darkstalkers fan, you’d be silly not to buy Capcom Fighting Collection. And if you’ve never heard about it, there’s no better place to find out what you’ve been missing.
What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger… and it turns you into its quarry.
A cyberpunk world framed in cornea burning neon coupled with a cast of thoroughly unlikeable characters translates into a game that’s often frenetic, furious, frenzied and easily forgotten.
Review: It’s far from perfect, but Sonic Origins is currently the best compilation of classic Sonic games available
Sonic Origins is a convenient little package of the 16-bit Sonic games you’ve probably already played at some point in new and improved forms, with noteworthy issues in regards to content locked behind DLC depending on which version you buy.
With the blessing of the valkyries you’re granted eternal attempts to overcome the dangerous world of Souldiers.
It’s no exaggeration to say that Shredder’s Revenge is a Tribute Games masterpiece in every conceivable way, paying homage to the beloved 30+ year cartoon property and the games that came with it.
“If things are working, keep them as it is” is Cotton Fantasy’s motto, as it’s all the better for it.
In SNK’s continuing quest to flood the eShop with games you’ve probably never heard of, Biomotor Unitron is the latest Neo Geo Pocket port to grace the Switch.
Have you ever dreamed of getting your hands dirty and getting out of traffic jams? Well, here’s your chance to put your money where your mouth is in Mini Motorways.
The Wonder Boy Collection offers ports of entries that highlight the very best and worst that the series has to offer.