Dimension Shellshock adds an amazingly fun survival mode and new characters to last year’s greatest beat ‘em up, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge.
With The Making of Karateka, Digital Eclipse shifts our perception of what videogame ‘making of’ content can entail, raising the bar for future products in this new genre of “docu-games”.
The neon-drenched cyberpunk slaughterhouse that is Turbo Overkill is one of the best old-school shooters that money can buy.
Atlas Fallen’s momentum system is a fantastic idea and works well, but the fights themselves aren’t interesting enough to keep up.
Blasphemous 2 is a huge improvement upon its predecessor in just about every conceivable way; it’s a beautifully crafted adventure that might as well be the best of its kind this year.
En Garde! is a game which invokes the spirit of Zorro in the best way.
Review: Verne: The Shape of Fantasy is an imaginative amalgam of the classic author’s greatest works
For those well acquainted with the works of the famous French author, Verne: The Shape of Fantasy is an unequivocal recommendation.
Join Billy and Jimmy Lee once again to help them rid the city of crime one drop kick at a time with Double Dragon Gaiden: Rise of the Dragons.
The more experienced and patient of strategy fans are sure to enjoy the newest entry in one of Japan’s longest-running gaming franchises, but newcomers might struggle to get into it due to its deep learning curve and conspicuously limited tutorials.