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Jetboard Joust review

While the concept of a bidirectionally-scrolling shooter with roguelike qualities might sound like a hit, Jetboard Joust is thoroughly enjoyable jaunt. There’s an abundance of different enemy types and enough weapons to ensure longevity, too. ...

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Raiden IV x MIKADO remix review

Seibu Kaihatsu/MOSS’ Raiden franchise has earned its place in the STG pantheon, thanks to meticulously polished play and that iconic plasma laser. This definitive edition stives to improve on an already distinguished shooter, with several ...

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R-Type Final 2 review

After eighteen long years since the last mainline entry (and thirteen since the last spin-off), Irem’s horizontally-scrolling shooter returns with R-Type Final 2. It’s fun, especially if you’re a traditionalist, but also a bit flawed. ...

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Battle Axe review

With art, music, and coding by respected industry veterans, Battle Axe in a refreshing throwback to ’90-era gaming in every way but pricing. As the industry grows older, arcade-style experiences are becoming increasingly rare. Sure, ...

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Buildings Have Feelings Too! review

Buildings Have Feelings Too! wants you to have pity on aging structures and help them realize their ambitions. It’s a noble pursuit undermined by an ambiguous teaching, a clunky user interface, and a handful of ...

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Tasomachi: Behind the Twilight review

Tasomachi: Behind the Twilight invites players to explore locales in a tranquil puzzler that is free of combat but filled with beauty. Likely, you’ve encountered nocras’ talents before. His artwork, both 2D and 3D, has ...

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