Stepping back through time to an era of simple complexity, Mario Bros. reminds us to honor the history of gaming, for where we were leads to where we are.
Author: Elliott Osange
Burning Fight is the perfect outlet of rage for anyone who's had a bad day while living in Osaka, but may fail to appeal to a more global crowd.
A shockingly entertaining match 3 with a massive world and excellent soundtrack.
A potentially solid Picross entry from one of the greats of the genre, totally hamstrung by lack of touch screen controls.
In space, no one can hear you grow bored pretty quickly.
Far from Othello with guns, Inversus Deluxe brings a mind-bending perspective to arcade shooting with a heavily fun multiplayer mode.
Vaporum is one of the best dungeon crawlers I've played since the heyday of SSI.
While cute and unique, Koihime Enbu is less a fighting game, more a visual novel, and kind of middling in each category.
While not squeaky clean, Da Capo 3 R is much less obscene than most, and the genuine interest in the story and the characters keep this massive vessel moving.
In spite of some interesting art and music, Sky Ride crashes and burns in the worst way possible.