Monthly archives: February, 2017

REVIEW – Typoman Revised Xbox One with Stream

Turning Off Autocorrect At is heart, Typoman Revised is a word-based puzzle platformer that is basically Limbo but with the addition of word puzzles. Originally released on PC and the Wii U eShop, Typoman is now available on Xbox One and PS4 with the “Revised” tag embedded in the official name. Set in a dark …

NEWS – Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap Remake Will Support Saves from 1989 And Feature Modern and 8-Bit Mode

DotEmu, developer and publisher specializing in modern releases of beloved retro games, and Lizardcube, are thrilled to reveal an exciting new feature in our Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap remake: the “Retro” Feature. Whether you’re a purist touting the idea that “it was better in the old days” or a futurist who digs 21st-century graphics …

REVIEW – Toy Odyssey: The Lost and Found Xbox One

These Toys Are Not Fun Using the word “Metroidvania” to describe a game usually is enough to make gamers salivate. While Toy Odyssey: The Lost and Found is an action/platformer/RPG, it is also a roguelike. It is just too bad that the package winds up losing players in the dark, literally. The player takes control …

REVIEW – Riptide GP: Renegade Xbox One

Catch A Wave Ported from iOS devices, Riptide GP: Renegade is an accessible, arcadey racer that does an admirable job at creating easy-going entertainment with a budget value. It isn’t deep by any means but shoots straightforward as a gaming pleasure when enjoyed in ten-minute bursts. Watch my Twitch steam of Riptide GP: Renegade below …