Fourteen mutants doomed to die, one alone shall sit on the Nuclear Throne.
Author: Elliott Osange
A perfectly adequate ninja action game, Shadow Blade: Relics delivers a decent package that’s fun but not particularly memorable.
Same great terrifying dungeon crawler, now in a delicious Nintendo Switch packaging with solid porting and button mapping.
What Tokyo School Life lacks in story is more than made up in charm and technical finesse.
A decent, affordable fighting game that shows you everything it has in just under 30 minutes.
Face paced, strategically hectic and versatile combat partnered with adorable and enjoyable characters make Croixleur a hack and slash to remember fondly.
This return to the land of Ateliers should be a pleasure for veterans, but could be confusing and bland for first time players.
The first was an homage, but Zero 2 officially puts the new world of Blaster Master as a standalone, exciting universe of action and exploration.
A good looking brawler with interesting mechanics but some ho-hum fights and performance, it feels like like a rage and more like a mild tantrum.
A beautiful and energizing rush through several kingdoms, Princess Guide mixes engaging combat with real character development for a great ride throughout.