Category: Reviews

Reviews for videogames on various platforms.

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TableTop Racing

In the distant past of 1991, the racing genre was a sparse one. Save for F-Zero and Mario Kart, little existed to break the mold; that is, until Micro Machines. Employing a top-down perspective...

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Unepic

Challenge takes indie game form in Unepic, the first release from fledgling developer Francisco Téllez de Meneses. An interesting mix of platforming, non-linear gameplay, and silly references definitely make it one worth checking out...

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Crypt of the Necrodancer

The rhythm game is a versatile beast. With the core concept of control in a rhythmic pattern, this simple foundation can be tweaked and applied to almost any game. Bit.Trip Runner did it as...

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Pure Pool

I never really learned to appreciate certain past times until the last few years in my life. Call it getting older (I’m only 29 years old), call it being more open-minded, but I have...

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Guardians of the Galaxy Pinball DLC

You’d think after releasing the recent Deadpool pinball table that the staff at Zen Studios would take a break from creating more pinball tables. The reality however is that here we are again with...

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Crimsonland

  Twin stick shooters are nothing new, but the shoot em up sub genres has fiercely loyal fans. Two of my favourite twin stick shooters are Geometry Wars 2 and Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team,...