There is no doubt about it, being a fighter pilot is cool as hell. Flying multimillion pound aircrafts at 650mph and flipping off a Russian pilot. What could be better? The idea has been romanticised in films and video games for decades: Top Gun and Wings of Fury …
Classic action platformer for 16-bit fans who aren't fussed about a narrative-driven experience.
A classic side-scrolling shoot 'em up, but does it offer enough to stand out.
Kebako is my spirit animal, which explains a lot.
That was so weird and exciting, and I can't wait to play it again, but first the room needs to stop spinning.
Good things come to those who wait.
Monkey King captures the real meaning of retro shooters, including all the difficulties and caveats that came therein.
The granddaddy of the modern gunner, the first Metal Slug, while dirt simple, still has its place in history and on the Switch.
Zen Blade is a solid shmup that shooter fans will be happy to try again for the first time.
A brilliant run and gun, easily the best in the series, marred only by a bug that's been known about for decades.