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Zombeez: A Killer Queen Remix review

BumbleBear Games took an enjoyable competitive multiplayer game and removed most of the fun for a single-player spin-off. Zombeez: A Killer Queen Remix shouldn’t have left the hive. Few games have a history that is ...

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Flowing Lights mini-review

Bolstered by a minimalistic visual delivery and a soundtrack that sounds like Depeche Mode B-sides, Flowing Light’s 200 bite-sized action-puzzles ooze creativity. But tedium might set in before you’ve completed the bulk of them. With ...

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Barrage Fantasia mini-review

Barrage Fantasia offers a lot of variety through different familiars and specials that manipulate play style. While the pixelated visuals signal a doujin effort, the action feels straight out of arcades. Between the Psikyo Shooting ...

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Shoot 1Up DX (PS4/PS5) mini-review

Elevated by an ingenious play mechanic that lets plays shift between a tight formation of ships or a loose formation of firepower, Shoot 1UP DX shouldn’t be overlooked by fans of the genre. In their ...

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Undermine mini-review

As long as your library isn’t already saturated with rogue-likes, UnderMine is an agreeable outing, with cute visuals, polished play, just enough persistent upgrades to reward replay.   UnderMine is best described as an action ...

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Crawlco Block Knockers mini-review

Come for the skin, stay for the play. Crawlco Block Knockers bares some optional sexiness, but the real allure is the ingenuity of this recreation. This is easily one of the top ten arcade-inspired title ...

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Absolute Drift: Zen Edition mini-review

If you appreciate absolutely mastery of technique, give Absolute Drift: Zen Edition a spin. While it’s not for everyone, obsessives might find themselves spending hours chasing (but never quite achieving) faultlessness. Anyone who questions drifting ...

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Pure Pool (Switch) mini-review

VooFoo Studios’ popular billiards simulation makes a smashing showing on Switch. Beyond optimal resolutions in both docked and handheld mode, the title offers a fluid 60fps framerate and all the extras that provided longevity to ...

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ScourgeBringer mini-review

Flying Oak’s (NeuroVoider) latest pits players against the eponymous, world-obliterating menace. Combating the elevated evil sends you zipping across the screen like a combat-ready hummingbird, making for an engaging experience. For action junkies, few sensations ...

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