The weakest in the series, Episode 3 still serves the ultimate purpose of ending the bizarre saga of Watracio, though it could have been on a much higher note.
For fans of the original Paperboy, you can't go wrong. For everyone else, a fun indie title that will test your patience and skill levels for a game that only has one level.
A classic platform action game with a reasonable amount of puzzles.
A classic, though relatively unknown, arcade shooter from the late 80s - rebooted on the Nintendo Switch. Somewhat short, but is it worthy of your time?
Moving out of the darkness and into the light, Shadows of a Adam pays their respects to the 16bit JRPGS that fueled many childhoods.
Creepy, cooky, all together spooky, Haunted is a grand adventure, Halloween or otherwise.
While stunning in authentic retro design and sound, Creepy Brawlers suffers from being TOO accurate and bogging down gameplay with archaic limitations.
A delightful little adventure, Yu-No is back in an 8-bit scroller that has a surprising amount of depth, replay, and genuinely interesting gameplay at work.
A confusing and verbose game, YU-NO still can spellbind the right player, and it’s a fascinating piece that shows how one game can turn a genre on its head.
Fight'N Rage took my expectations and shattered them with a well timed blow to the solar plexus, leaving me out of breath and hungry for more.