Monkey King captures the real meaning of retro shooters, including all the difficulties and caveats that came therein.
I’ll buy it at a high price.
An absolute blast to play!
Pure 8bit perfection.
A pleasant little two pack to remind us that some of the greatest tables that came from yesteryear relied on some arguably cheesy notions in order to make them work. But, by Gum, they certainly worked.
Curse of the Moon is the perfect place setter for one of the most anticipated games of the year, but don’t discount it: this modern retro game is already a classic unto itself.
These classic tables are definitely a point of interest for collectors and oldschool enthusiasts, but modern pinball players may find them lackluster and, at times, downright dull.
All the sonic screwdrivers in the multiverse couldn't fine tune this thing to make it anything more than a Whovian's latest digital addition.
Null Vector might not be the brightest nor the most groundbreaking game in its genre, but it’s pretty good for what it is, especially given its extremely low price.
Bizarre, darkly funny and full of twists and homages, this first installment of the otherworldly Baobab series is definitely a fine wine to be enjoyed by players looking for something more exotic to taste.