With Super Smash Bros Ultimate's release date upon us. I discuss my love for the franchise and it's incredible evolution into the new generation.
A brawler with such versatility that it might just be worth playing 99 times, as long as you don’t go it alone.
A fantastic reminder that the systems of old can still deliver a great modern experience if you code and design with passion and creativity.
Sumo's can do anything they put their mind to, including participate in some truly bizarre but endearing party games.
A semi-decent fighting game, but one which is simply not worth its asking price.
Night Slashers is a perfect capsule of arcade gaming in the 90s: bloody, nonsensical, downright confusing, but so incredibly entertaining alone or with friends.
That isn't a typo: this is a mashup of Heavy Barrel and Burger Time, plus a few more games, and it's surprisingly awesome.
Sometimes how good a game is or isn't really can be a black and white matter.
A charming tile that really entertains while it lasts, but once you've seen everything that it has to offer, there's little to force a return.