In an era where indie developers are pushing out platformers like no tomorrow, Zengami attempts to take the tried and tested platforming formula and give it new zest. Did they achieve it with their latest game TurtlePop? Read on to find out.
Fe is an action-adventure title by Zoink and the first in the EA Originals series promoting indie titles. It was released worldwide on February 16th across many platforms. The game is very bright and focuses on the relationships in nature. You control a forest creature, who relies on communicating melodically with fellow creatures in the area. This game received quite a substantial amount of hype, so how did it fare?
Every now and then we get a game adaptation of an anime or manga franchise. Sometimes such games do well, sometimes they just do not do the source material any justice. Attack on Titan 2 enters with high ambitions for itself, let see if they succeed at it.
Not many games deal with the flying mechanic as their primary mechanic. After all, the physics and controls tend to be hard to master. InnerSpace has tried their hand at it, placing flight through the air and swimming through water as their main mechanic, let’s see how they fair in it.
There are not many games showcasing East-Asian horror out there, more specifically, those of the Chinese origin. As a largely untested category of horror, will detention be able to emulate the same spine-chilling effects on players, read on to find out.
Ah, Payday 2. A game I’ve legitimately put 150+ hours into on my PC since it arrived in 2013. And now, with “The Year of the Port” well underway for Nintendo, we find Overkill’s cooperative first-person shooter on the Switch.
Have you ever wondered what the characters from Animal Crossing would look like in Life is Strange style game? Well, look no further than Night in the Woods!
The original The Fall on Wii U and other platforms was an atmospheric sci-fi tale featuring a combat suit’s AI pilot, designated ARID. Now ARID is back in The Fall Part 2: Unbound, a sequel that promises to be “bigger in every way.” But is bigger always better? Read our review below to find out.
Mutant Mudds Collection is a 12 bit retro-style platformer developed by Renegade Kid. Originally released on Nintendo 3DS in 2012, the Collection is the definitive version of the game. The Nintendo Switch version includes the original game, plus Mutant Mudds super challenge and the Tetris-esque Mudd Blocks! The game stars a young boy named Max armed with just a water gun. He travels through different levels and fights off alien mudd monsters. This game is clearly inspired by the early 90’s platformers of yesterday! How did it fare? Let’s dive in the MUDD!
In early 2011, Atlus USA brought Radiant Historia over to the US late in the lifespan of the Nintendo DS. The title, while universally praised by critics, didn’t garner the enormous commercial success it probably deserved and was somewhat passed over by many in the handheld community, myself included. It’s a bit odd that as fate would have it, Atlus chose to bring an updated remake of the DS classic to the 3DS while the 3DS seems to be on its last legs. Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology takes the original formula, expands on it, adds full voice acting and animated cutscenes. But in 2018, with the Nintendo Switch off and running, are those tweaks enough to take an already good game and make it great?