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Ultracore review

Rescue is a frequent theme in games, with protagonists habitually venturing journeying through the underworld to save a captive in peril. But with the release of Ultracore, this act of liberation was performed on the ...

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Mr. Driller DrillLand review

Mr. Driller DrillLand furnishes the 2002 Gamecube title with faultless high-definition makeover. It’s arguably the energetic excavator’s best outing, with a multitude of intriguing modes that ensure longevity. Susumu Hori hasn’t had the easiest life. ...

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Brigandine the Legend of Runersia Review

Twenty-two years after the first Brigandine arrived on the PlayStation One, Brigandine: The Legend of Forsena rekindles the basic formula. The mix of vying for control of bases alongside hex-based encounters still beguiles, but just ...

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Darius Cozmic Collection Console review

Collectors might call them rarities, less fervent fans might call them filler, but there’s a bit of redundancy and at least one series omission in Taito’s latest compilation. But that shouldn’t stop shooter supporters from ...

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Railway Empire (Switch) review

Railway Empire rolls onto Switch with a largely proficient port that bundles a trio of DLC. If you’re seeking an engaging mix of construction and financial sim, then you might want to make this your ...

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Darius Cozmic Collection Arcade review

Exterminate schools of antagonist mechanical marine life across a compilation of Darius’ arcade offerings. There’s a notable omission, but that’s not enough to prohibit enjoyment from Taito’s classic shooters. During the late eighties, there was ...

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Evan’s Remains review

Give the affordably priced Evan’s Remains about three hours of your time and you’ll find a succession of pretty good puzzle. You’ll find a worthwhile plotline that asks just a few more questions then and ...

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Pity Pit review

Beware retro adventurers: there’s more frustration that fun in Pity Pit. If you do jump into the economically priced title, expect short-lived enjoyment. As games like Dig Dug (1982), Boulder Dash (1984), Mr. Driller (1999), ...

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Demon’s Tier+ review

Demon’s Tier+ is a simple, satisfying twin-stick shooter ideal for those moments when you just want to turn higher brain functions off, and gun down anything that’s inching toward you. Daniel Fernandez Chavez’ (aka Diabolical ...

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