Tag: retro

Sep
19

REVIEW: Sharpshooter 3D

Sharpshooter 3D is laced with flaws and tries to be the next Grezzo 2, but it’s just a glorified Doom mod.

Sep
05

REVIEW: Pixel Ripped 1989

Ever wonder what it would be like to defend classmates from monsters, distract your teacher, and play Megaman on a handheld you can’t be seen with at the same time? Look no further!

Aug
31

REVIEW: RobbOtto

What would be a new NES classic in 2018, RobbOtto is about two robots trying not to kill one another as they attempt to work together to learn the meaning of friendship.

Aug
11

REVIEW: Castle of No Escape 2

Castle of No Escape 2 is not afraid to make fun of its own retro aesthetic. It pulls off its stylistic approach to the point where even its unintended bugs look like a throwback to the classics it pays homage […]

Jul
31

REVIEW: Escape the Grid VR

Teething pains aside, while this isn’t a casual experience or accessible to new comers to VR at all, Escape the Grid VR does provide context to motivate veterans to push themselves through what amounts to a challenging obstacle course requiring […]

Jun
21

REVIEW: Wonderboy

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap : Why a Game Save File from ’89 Warrants Playing Today.

Jun
17

REVIEW: Apocryph: an old-school shooter

If Painkiller and Hexen sound like honey to your ears, maybe you will be interested in what Apocryph is trying to achieve.

May
18

REVIEW: Fox n Forests

Fox n Forests is a simple yet fun throwback to the era of 16-Bit platformers.

Apr
15

REVIEW: Bombslinger

Warm yer boots by the campfire friend. I’m about to recount the tale of the legendary Bombslinger. Whose sole mission is to rid the world of rootin’ tootin’ varmints and villians

Mar
09

REVIEW: Delver

Delver is definitely a little roguelite gem that fans of the genre will love. It is well done in its relative simplicity, entertaining, and fair in the challenges it proposes. It might not have the variety or scope of other […]