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Centipede: Recharged review

A multitude of minor alterations adds up to Centipede: Recharged deviating from the original game. While purists might take offense, it’s a respectable reboot that’s far better than most Atari updates. The industry has a ...

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Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 1 review

Bundling two of Nippon Ichi software’s tactical role-playing games, Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 1 permits players to step in a starry-eyed past, before the ubiquity of season passes, massive day-one patches, and endless processions ...

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Pretty Girls Panic! review

Zoo Corporation’s Switch ports are typically accessible, fun, and delightfully inexpensive. Pretty Girls Panic! preserves that trend with a Qix-clone that replaces the abstract shapes with sea creatures and buxom cuties. Let’s dive in! Due ...

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Zool Redimensioned review

Zool: Ninja of the Nth Dimension represented Gremlin Interactive’s hope for their own emblematic hop-and-bop. But it wasn’t all that good. Can a team of students mend a thirty-year-old title? During the early Nineties, the ...

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Space Invaders Invincible Collection review

Space Invaders Invincible Collection mostly lives up to the title, offering ten of the franchise’s most prominent entries, along with some underappreciated Taito gems. 32 years later, it’s all too easy to overlook Tomohiro Nishikado’s ...

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Button City review

Cute animals, arcades, and a cheerful plot seems like the perfect recipe for lighthearted fun. But sadly, there’s little joy to be found in Button City. From a succession of tedious fetch quests to mini-games ...

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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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