Tag: retro

Jun
30

REVIEW: Crumbling World

An action RPG that’s easy to pick up and understand, Crumbling World stands out for its simplicity, which is both its strength and its weakness.

May
12

REVIEW: Streets of Rage 4

Hit the streets and unleash your rage in exactly the way that you would expect to in this long-awaited sequel.

Mar
13

REVIEW: Arrest of a stone Buddha

Stone Buddha is the level of patience required for this one

Mar
09

REVIEW: Warlords III: Darklords Rising

Can a strategy game from 1997 really be worth playing today?

Jan
14

PREVIEW: RE:OZMA

Clearly inspired by the classics of the 2D sandbox RPGs, RE:OZMA sports some interesting features but has a long way to go if it hopes to compete with the genre’s heavyweights.

Dec
24

ARTICLE: Strategy games for beginners

The strategy game genre can be quite hard to get into, but here are a few games that can serve as good entry points Strategy games can be a tough genre to get into, there’s no doubt about it. There […]

Oct
11

REVIEW: The friends of Ringo Ishikawa

Break out your smokes and channel your inner delinquent as you brawl, study, and hang with your friends during the autumn of your senior year in this open city, narrative-focused, action- RPG.

Mar
28

PREVIEW: Bloom

Fight your way through hordes of demon summoners in this retro-inspired FPS. Bloom is a simplistic, no-nonsense, “shoot everything that moves” kind of game and it works.

Mar
27

REVIEW: The spy who shot me

Agent 7 is back in GoofyEye.

Mar
26

REVIEW: Chromatic Aberration

Chromatic Aberration is a Pixel-Art Action Shooter that tries to be a “Doom Clone” but just falls short of standing out.