skidlocked Review

skidlocked Review

A timeless staple of any hipster’s repertoire, fixed gear bikes meet the world of video games with the release of Sokpop Collective’s street racer skidlocked. These bikes might lack gears, but do they manage to make city riding fun?

Wild Ride Review

Wild Ride Review

Devil Kitty Games takes players on a wild ride with their appropriately titled Wild Ride. Offering three different cars and unlimited firepower, should players enter the ring and get ready to throw down?

Divination Review

Divination Review

The future is a nebulous thing, but what if you had the power to know what happens next? Mojiken Studio takes a look at what may be with their new visual novel Divination. Do things look bright for this title, or is a bleak outcome in the cards?

Mission: It’s Complicated Review – The Power of Love

Mission: It’s Complicated Review – The Power of Love

Superpowers might be all fine and dandy, but what if you throw the power of love in for good measure? Schell Games mixes action with romance in their new visual novel Mission: It’s Complicated – does this title have chemistry, or should players swipe left?

It’s Raining Fists and Metal Review

It’s Raining Fists and Metal Review

The gnarly world of metal meets the over the top world of fisticuffs with Marco Amadei and Riccardo Ricci’s arena brawler It’s Raining Fists and Metal. This rhythm and fighting game combo breaks new ground, but is this title tubular or gnarly?

Drift86 Review

Drift86 Review

For those fatigued by SEGA’s Initial D line of racers, RewindApp’s Drift86 provides a new take on the series that previously swept arcades by storm. The sharp turns, cheesy Eurobeat, and famed 86 are all present and accounted for, but can it keep up with that infamous tofu delivery boy?

Granblue Fantasy: Versus Review

Granblue Fantasy: Versus Review

Skyfarers the world over can now settle their disputes with the release of CyGames, XSEED Games, and Arc System Works’ one-on-one fighter Granblue Fantasy: Versus. Should you believe in victory, or does this title need to cool down a bit?

Endless Ski Review

Endless Ski Review

A staple of Windows 3.1 computers the world over, the venerable classic Ski Free is updated for a new generation with So-So-Games’ Endless Ski. This is one title that certainly did not need updating – does this release manage to do this arcade classic justice?

Ocean Drive Challenge Remastered Review

Ocean Drive Challenge Remastered Review

Hyo Software brings the Outrun formula to a new generation with the release of Ocean Drive Challenge Remastered. A mere glance at the Steam page shows some striking similarities to SEGA’s classic arcade racer – does it manage to carry on the cruising torch?

Kill the Emoji – The Remake Review

Kill the Emoji – The Remake Review

All those who have been on the receiving end of an annoying text have no doubt wanted to blast those smug little emojis to smithereens. Drunken Apes has heeded your call, and has allowed players to do just that with their new title Kill the Emoji – The Remake. However, this recipe for success quickly proves to be an absolute disaster that should have been left on read

Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] Review

Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] Review

The Under Night series has carved out a nice little niche for itself in a short amount of time, with an appearance in BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle and even a slot at EVO 2019. Hot on the heels of Exe:Late[st] comes the latest version of Arc System Works, PQube Games, and French Bread’s anime-style fighter: Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r]. Should veterans and newcomers alike enter the Hollow Night, or is this one title not worth the fight?

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Review

Street Fighter V: Champion Edition Review

A household name in the fighting game community, the World Warriors of Street Fighter are back once again with the release of Street Fighter V: Champion Edition. Is the third time a charm for Capcom’s flagship fighter, or is this the third strike for the series?