Metal Slug XX, feels and plays just like the Metal Slug titles of old. But its stubbornness, and reluctance to leave its past behind, ultimately drags it down.
The Octo Expansion offers players three unique bonuses: a brand new storyline, some amazing new gear, and some ungodly levels of frustration and difficulty.
Iro Hero wants so desperately to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the shooters that we all know and love, but this little game needs a bit of a boost to really be seen.
If you are into heavily stylized games with a few interesting gameplay ideas that do hit the mark – play this game, it is a feeling that not many games can make you feel.
While the concept is a perfect execution, GRIDD also manages to capture one of the fallacies of yesteryear's arcades: how brief the gameplay could be.
A very creative spin on the hacking genre.
This retro-styled shooter will send you Hyper!
An improvement over the initial release, but ultimately still lacking in terms of polish.
If you’re going through hell, bring more ammo.
A collection of four, retro-inspired games that, although simplistic in their nature, contains an abundance of playabllity.