By encouraging bombs to be used instead of hoarded, Z-Warp puts a clever twist on bullet hell shoot ’em ups.
Browsing: Game Review
Though divisive upon its initial release, Chrono Cross is a boundary-pushing masterpiece, and it’s aged like fine wine.
Thirty years on from the original game, Andro Dunos II captures the unique feel and timeless appeal of NeoGeo shmups beautifully.
Stunning, carefully-selected artwork and pristine presentation make Hatsune Miku Jigsaw Puzzle one of the best jigsaw games on Switch.
Chocobo GP admittedly doesn’t make the best first impression, but there’s a lot of fun and depth to be found in Chocobo’s latest adventure.
A playful sense of humour and charming cast make Maglam Lord a ride worth taking, even if its action RPG core leaves a little to be desired.
Trigger Witch blends slick twin-stick shooting, Zelda-like adventure, and a story of gun-toting witches that’s self-aware enough to work.
Rune Factory 5 sticks to the series’ roots instead of trying to reinvent itself, and the result is an charming farm life/action RPG hybrid.
Ghostwire: Tokyo conjures a brilliant, atmospheric rendition of Shibuya, but that potential is wasted on a bland, generic open-world game.
Stranger of Paradise is a clever, subversive approach to FF1’s legacy, dressed up in satirical humour and an exciting Nioh-style action RPG.