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Starlit Adventures Golden Stars review

The Switch version of Starlit Adventures Golden Stars removes all the micro-transactions of the mobile release. The result allows the game’s retro-rooted play to shine, without all of the bothersome coercion and persistence to sign ...

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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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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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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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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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Bubble Bobble 4 Friends review

Bubble Dragons Bub and Bob are back with serviceable sequel that won’t burst your bubble but won’t bowl you over with creativity, either.  Few games have a legacy as enduring as Bubble Bobble. Originally released ...

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Langrisser I and II review

A Classic SRPG Nears 30 With a release that occurred nearly thirty years ago and a restrained production run, there’s a strong possibility that you might have never played Langrisser (renamed Warsong for Treco’s US ...

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