An enjoyable side-scrolling beat 'em up that can get repetitive, but broken up with mini-games.
The core ideas within are all very impressive and the core design certainly has potential.
A mix of anime, Diablo and The Binding of Isaac!
While a bit janky at times, the Takeover really does a bang up job of providing some excitement, fun and, best of all, some great brawling replay action.
Part action JRPG, part dating sim, and part Japanese drama, the majority of Sakura Wars is textual exchanges between characters--with just a dash of fast-paced mech combat.
Sticks and Stones will break their bones, as Tonight We Riot in this crowd-pleasing, arcade brawler.
While it's a bit of fan service cooked around a pretty simplistic premise, Mall Brawl still delivers on fun and form within this homage to the NES fighting era.
Streets of Rage 4 brings you back into the world of street justice, and it has, sincerely, never looked or felt better.
When Death stalks in with a cute skirt and symmetrical pigtails, you know you’re doomed, but is that really such a bad thing?
A mindless, witty and charming Indie game that has a premise most people will relate to. A completionists dream with a quick and easy list, I just wish it went on for a bit longer.