The racing game genre has a little something for everybody, from casual fare like Burnout to more serious titles like Forza Motorsport. Awesome Industries’ Drift Zone certainly falls into the former camp with its over-the-top skids, but does it make for a solid title?
The battle for the skies is waged on two fronts in the dimension hopping shoot-em-up Vulture Strike. Unfortunately, what could have been a cool concept is completely and utterly squandered in this title
Puzzle games are designed to be both taxing and relaxing at the same time. 2xMilk’s low-poly puzzler Skipper certainly toes that line – the question is, does it provide a rewarding experience?
The world of swords and sorcery might be primarily relegated to pen and paper, but titles like GamePhase’s Thy Sword channels the spirit of Dungeons & Dragons. Should you set a course for adventure, or is this one journey not worth taking?
SEGA and Sonic Team are bringing a character of your design into their high-speed platformer Sonic Forces. Unfortunately, this is one title where the premise is far better than the execution
A fighting game lives and dies by its mechanics. Arc System Works and PQube’s UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH Exe:Late[st] certainly hits all the right notes for a popular fighter, but does it do enough to stand out?
Team Robot Black Hat takes a page from SNK’s playbook with their sprite-based shoot-em-up Q-YO Blaster. The detailed look and bevvy of bullets are most certainly there, but does it have the gameplay to match?
Conquered Cuphead? Think Dark Souls was a walk in the park? Aleksandar Kuzmanovic’s arena-based shooter Gunlock may be just the challenge you need
Substance may be the be-all and end-all of quality game design, but a killer style can go a long way. One look at Sonoshee’s shoot-em-up Rym 9000 shows off some truly unique aesthetics, but does it have the gameplay to match?
DBZ meets the FGC with Bandai Namco and Arc System Works’ frantic fighter Dragon Ball FighterZ. The fanservice is certainly off the charts, but does it have the gameplay to match?
Back in the days of the Nintendo and Super Nintendo, a number of no-name platforming titles hit the scene to capitalize on the success of Mario. Though the landscape has changed since then, Sigi – A Fart for Melusina is a blatant ripoff of the industry greats
The monochromatic world of Diel Mormac’s Madcap Castle has players finding their way through a series of challenges. Does this wizard hero give Harry Potter a run for his money, or is his magic a bunch of tomfoolery?