Omega Strike is a title with bagfuls of hope and promise, which are ultimately dashed by its rather baffling core design.
A great puzzle game, which will unfortunately get lost in the shuffle due to its rather uninspiring nature.
Not exactly softcore, but perhaps not the tough-as-nails situation the title would insinuate.
A unique take on the dystopian future genre, with enjoyable puzzles and an aesthetically pleasing style.
A pack of fun games containing penguins and aliens; although some frustrating elements make its long-term appeal very dead.
Honestly, if ICEY would just remove the meta description from it's own statements, I think players would be much more pleasantly surprised by how surreal this hack-n-slash gets when you least expect it.
Pure 8bit perfection.
Quaint doesn't mean easy, and, despite the modest presentation of 6180, you can find plenty of challenge and a strong learning curve for this curious puzzle platformer.
The boys are back in town! Joe and Mac make a triumphant return to the Switch in their original arcade glory, complete with short levels, questionable motives and genuinely fun co-op experiences.
Shio is an exceptional platfromer, which despite of its excellent gameplay relies to heavily on its misplaced narrative.