Earth Defense Force 5 Review

Earth Defense Force 5 Review

Massive co-op battles meet B-movie shlock with the release of D3 Publisher and Sandlot’s Earth Defense Force 5. Featuring four different classes, unlimited ammo, and the best worst dialog since The Room, should you set out to fight this alien threat?

70 Seconds Survival Review

70 Seconds Survival Review

It’s a race against the clock in Tero Lunkka and Valkeala Software’s new racing title 70 Seconds Survival. The idea of taking a souped up car through an obstacle course sounds like a recipe for success, but this is one title that drops the ball in a miraculously bad fashion

American Patriots: The Swamp Fox Review

American Patriots: The Swamp Fox Review

Your garden variety zombies, nazis, and terrorists typically make the rounds in the average first person shooter, but Cult Software pits players against the redcoats in American Patriots: The Swamp Fox. Though this title was inspired by the action-packed ambush scene from 2000’s The Patriot, the execution found here is more boring than your average history class

Rival Megagun Review

Rival Megagun Review

Shoot-em-ups typically pit players against an armada of nefarious threats, but what would happen if you added a human element to that danger? Degica Games and Spacewave Software’s Rival Megagun answers that question by adding PVP to the world of shmups. It certainly provides a fresh take on the genre, but does it offer up a battle worth fighting for?

Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight Review

Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight Review

The Specialized Extracurricular Execution Squad takes a break from climbing Tartarus to test out their dance moves in Atlus’ new rhythm game Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight. Featuring a number of remixed tracks from the classic 2006 JRPG, should you feel the rhythm of the night?

Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Review

Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Review

Following in the footsteps of Persona 4’s Investigation Team, the Phantom Thieves hit the dance floor in Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight. Swapping out role playing for rhythm-based gameplay, should you set out to feel the beat?

Tayal Review

Tayal Review

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Shibapower’s Tayal offers only the highest praise to Capcom’s Mega Man series. Its spiky haired hero is a dead ringer to the Blue Bomber – does the classic platforming action carry over as well?

Coffence Review

Coffence Review

Sweet Bandits Studios gives the fighting game genre a jolt with their coffee-based fighter Coffence. Combining twin stick controls, platforming mechanics, and a decent dose of puns, is this title better than a cup of morning joe?

Factory of Monsters Review

Factory of Monsters Review

The “officer of Star Troops Su Anya” fights beasts from all walks of life in TSN_Game’s platformer Factory of Monsters. However, what this development team concocted is one mess of a game, slapped together to make a quick buck

Cateau Review – The Cat Whisperer

Cateau Review – The Cat Whisperer

Cats might be strange creatures to you and I, but there is a way to crack their mysterious code of meows and purrs. Lemon Curd Games’ Cateau has players setting out to win the hearts of three different cats – should you channel your inner Jackson Galaxy in this visual novel?

Dead Dungeon Review

Dead Dungeon Review

There’s a fine line between an homage and a ripoff. Alexey Roenko’s new platforming game Dead Dungeon brazenly crosses this line, ripping off Team Meat’s Super Meat Boy in every way possible. It’s just a shame they forgot to carry over anything that made that platformer so great

Rigid Force Alpha Review

Rigid Force Alpha Review

Inspired by the shmups of old, com8com1 Software takes the best elements of Gradius and R-Type for their new title Rigid Force Alpha. A number of trailblazing mechanics in the genre are in play with this release, but is this title more than the sum of its parts?