Despite 9 Monkeys of Shaolin not creating anything as innovative or ever seen, the game has good game design practices and goes well with everything that's proposed.
Cake Bash is a beautifully illustrated four player party game experience which will guarantee laughs, extreme levels of fun and the craving to go and eat some cake!
Despite its combat, Going Under is undoubtedly a great piece of creative work, and it proves that there’s so much more that can be done within this popular and overcrowded genre.
Technical problems aside, Shing! is fast, ultra-stylish and wonderfully self-aware of its bizarre comedy.
Head to the streets in this stylish Final Fight-like beat 'em up, but be forewarned that it's not an easy task.
A large roster of beloved indie characters fails in execution, charm and enjoyment.
Flat combat on flat playfields with absolute painful playback equals a fight to the finish of my time with this game.
Saboteur II: because sometimes international crime runs in the family.
Though arguably old school and a tad difficult to control, there's no discounting the amazing gameplay that comes from a nearly 25 year old game.
Take on the evil Akuji, a former samurai who enslaves the land. Who you gonna call? A quartet named Clan N.