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Dungeon of the Endless (Switch) review

The Switch port of Dungeon of the Endless brings the ruthless adversity of previous iterations onto Nintendo’s hardware. While interaction lacks the ease of mouse-based input, otherwise this is an adept adaptation. We’ve all faced ...

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The Shmup Collection review

The Shmup Collection brings together a trio of Astro Port’s efforts that each offer lightly familiar, foe-exterminating fun. Genre fans will appreciate everything that the lack of supplementals.   Since its release three years ago, ...

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Super Mega Baseball 3 review

If you can get past the cartoonish looks and lack of licensing Super Mega Baseball 3‘s on-field performance means it’s a clincher on every platform, save for PlayStation 4.  Once a PlayStation exclusive, MLB: The ...

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SuperMash review

SuperMash is a clever concept, building its own games from two genres of your choosing. Occasionally, the mix delivers something playable, but often the results are a primitive jumble. In SuperMash, a simulated game console ...

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Infinite – Beyond the Mind review

Infinite – Beyond the Mind looks and plays like a forgotten hack-and-slash from the 16-bit era. While there’s not a lot of variety across the sixteen-stage jaunt, the basics are remarkably solid. If you’re familiar ...

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SNK Gals’ Fighters review

With the release of this Neo Geo Pocket Color, the Nintendo Switch emulates yet another retro system offering an affordable way to play this two-decade old, two-button fighter. The Neo Geo Pocket Color has a ...

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SEGA AGES G-LOC: Air Battle review

With the gyroscopic-like arcade set-up, G-LOC: Air Battle can feel a bit dated. But it’s a notable entry in both designer Yu Suzuki’s body of work and SEGA history.   The second half of the ...

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Billion Road review

Billion Road’s dice-rolling, board-trekking play offers a relaxing reprieve from tense action games. It’s not for everyone, but if you if your aching for a Fortune/Itadaki Street-style game with a bit more quirk, you’ll want ...

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