Blast Brigade vs. the Evil Legion of Dr. Cread PC Review

By LCLupus, 20 Jun 2022

Blast Brigade vs. the Evil Legion of Dr. Cread is the debut game by Allods Team Arcade, and for a fi

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    Cotton Fantasy Nintendo Switch Review

    By LG18, Posted 14 Jun 2022

    I'd argue Cotton is the quintessential title in the cute-em-up sub-genre – a style which, as the name suggests, takes the bullet hell of arcade-style shoot-em-up and acce

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    The House of the Dead: Remake Nintendo Switch Review

    By LG18, Posted 25 May 2022

    I have to say, and I was surprised to see a remake of SEGA’s The House of the Dead on Switch. The light gun genre mostly died off with the arcade as a whole, and to

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    Kaiju Wars PC Review

    By Fragnarok, Posted 27 Apr 2022

    Kaiju Wars is an isometric strategy game from Foolish Mortals Games. Players take the role of a newly elected nameable mayor, whose city has become the target of ravaging kaiju mon

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    Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition Nintendo Switch Review

    By SnowWhite, Posted 13 Apr 2022

    In terms of JRPGs, there is no denying that Chrono Trigger is a classic. This game has remained a favorite among fans of the 16-bit period. Hundreds of developers were influenced b

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    Doom 64 Nintendo Switch Review

    By LG18, Posted 03 Nov 2020

    Following the release of Doom Eternal, Bethesda and Id decided to simultaneously port what is undoubtedly the most elusive Doom title to date. Doom 64 was, until now, a Nintendo 64

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    Super Mutant Alien Assault Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 06 Jul 2016

    Super Mutant Alien Assault is a gory alien killing simulator that had me at the edge of my seat. At first it seems simply, kill all the aliens attempting to invade your ship. Event

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    The Last Blade 2 - PS4

    By RON, Posted 30 May 2016

    During the 90s and 00s, SNK, in the Neo-Geo system, gave us some of the best fighting titles anyone can think of. SNK’s fascination with fighting samurais gave us instant cla

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    Metal Slug 3

    By RON, Posted 23 Feb 2014

    Back in 1996, SNK Playmore did something magical that revived my perspective about platformers when they introduced the Metal Slug series. Since then, I’ve been playing every

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    Speedball 2 HD

    By Daavpuke, Posted 22 Dec 2013

    Where is the distinction between a classic that needs to stay untouched and something that falls irreparably behind if not updated? It’s a question that comes up when playing

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    Ikaruga

    By fishdalf, Posted 04 Dec 2011

    Originally released as an arcade game in 2001, Ikaruga garnered high praise from critics as the spiritual successor to Treasure’s much-loved Radiant Silvergun and quickly bec

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    Dezaemon Kids! (PSone Classics - Japanese Import)

    By azn_pride, Posted 04 Nov 2011

    It’s rare to see titles that implement a do-it-yourself creation tool, much less one that revolves around shoot-em-ups. This alone gives gamers the opportunity to add their u

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    Magical Drop (PSone Classics - Japanese Import)

    By Daavpuke, Posted 04 Nov 2011

    There are a lot of varieties on the infamous Tetris formula. Games of many shapes have found a way to adapt blocks and puzzles into their own thing, such as Bust-a-Move and Columns

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    Retro Review: Jazz Jackrabbit 2

    By Degtyarev, Posted 13 Aug 2011

    Most games are best left alone after a certain amount of time has passed. Replaying your old favourites may often result in disillusion, as the warm and fuzzy tingling of nostalgia

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    Neo Geo Station - Art of Fighting

    By Tressilate, Posted 17 Feb 2011

    Numerous hit titles like Fatal Fury and Street Fighter  II make it difficult for an arcade fighter to carve out a niche for itself, let alone maintain it. Nevertheless Art of

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    Neo Geo Station - Metal Slug

    By Daavpuke, Posted 15 Feb 2011

    The world wasn’t always all about Call Of Duty, believe it or not. In the earlier years, shooters mainly consisted of 2D run and gun games; probably because the technology di

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    Metal Slug 3

    By RON, Posted 23 Feb 2014

    Back in 1996, SNK Playmore did something magical that revived my perspective about platformers when they introduced the Metal Slug series. Since then, I’ve been playing every

  • 0

    Retro Review: Jazz Jackrabbit 2

    By Degtyarev, Posted 13 Aug 2011

    Most games are best left alone after a certain amount of time has passed. Replaying your old favourites may often result in disillusion, as the warm and fuzzy tingling of nostalgia

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    Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition Nintendo Switch Review

    By SnowWhite, Posted 13 Apr 2022

    In terms of JRPGs, there is no denying that Chrono Trigger is a classic. This game has remained a favorite among fans of the 16-bit period. Hundreds of developers were influenced b

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    High Speed

    By Daavpuke, Posted 15 Jul 2010

    Zooming into fifth gear easily, High Speed is yet another game published by Rare on the NES. Back in the day, Rare used to bring out a slew of games, and so they built themselves u

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    Battle Chess

    By fishdalf, Posted 30 May 2009

    Battle Chess has been quoted as “a chess game for people who don’t like chess” and that sums it up perfectly. Bringing each piece to life by adding comical animat

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    Kaiju Wars PC Review

    By Fragnarok, Posted 27 Apr 2022

    Kaiju Wars is an isometric strategy game from Foolish Mortals Games. Players take the role of a newly elected nameable mayor, whose city has become the target of ravaging kaiju mon

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    Crack Down

    By Daavpuke, Posted 30 Jul 2010

    Crack Down is a top-down action shooter, like a modern Gauntlet, released on Sega Mega Drive in 1990. Raise your hand if you thought this was going to be a recent Xbox 360 release.

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    The Legend Of Prince Valiant

    By Daavpuke, Posted 05 Aug 2010

    Developer Ocean once was a powerhouse that grabbed any brand it could as fast as possible. Like EA in the present day, they burst out game after game, but with quite a low success

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    The House of the Dead: Remake Nintendo Switch Review

    By LG18, Posted 25 May 2022

    I have to say, and I was surprised to see a remake of SEGA’s The House of the Dead on Switch. The light gun genre mostly died off with the arcade as a whole, and to

  • 0

    Cotton Fantasy Nintendo Switch Review

    By LG18, Posted 14 Jun 2022

    I'd argue Cotton is the quintessential title in the cute-em-up sub-genre – a style which, as the name suggests, takes the bullet hell of arcade-style shoot-em-up and acce

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    Alundra

    By Daavpuke, Posted 15 Oct 2010

    An elf with pointy ears and a sword, going about a forest rich environment slaying orcs and other weird creatures, where have we seen that before? Alundra is an RPG-adventure story

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    Blast Brigade vs. the Evil Legion of Dr. Cread PC Review

    By LCLupus, Posted 20 Jun 2022

    Blast Brigade vs. the Evil Legion of Dr. Cread is the debut game by Allods Team Arcade, and for a first game, it’s a great thing! The game is a Saturday morning cartoon-inspi

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    Magical Drop (PSone Classics - Japanese Import)

    By Daavpuke, Posted 04 Nov 2011

    There are a lot of varieties on the infamous Tetris formula. Games of many shapes have found a way to adapt blocks and puzzles into their own thing, such as Bust-a-Move and Columns

  • 0

    Dezaemon Kids! (PSone Classics - Japanese Import)

    By azn_pride, Posted 04 Nov 2011

    It’s rare to see titles that implement a do-it-yourself creation tool, much less one that revolves around shoot-em-ups. This alone gives gamers the opportunity to add their u

  • 0

    Ikaruga

    By fishdalf, Posted 04 Dec 2011

    Originally released as an arcade game in 2001, Ikaruga garnered high praise from critics as the spiritual successor to Treasure’s much-loved Radiant Silvergun and quickly bec

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