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Wizardry: Proving Grounds (XSX) Review
Wizardry: Proving Grounds (XSX) Review

Digital Eclipse, recently known for their Atari 50,  Karateka, and Llamasoft Gold Master Series, has once again re-released another old game within a modern, elegant format. Wizardry, originally released in the early 80s, is one of those series that gained a cult following over many years. Personally, my experience with this groundbreaking series is very […]

Awesome Pea 3 (XSX) Review
Awesome Pea 3 (XSX) Review

Awesome Pea 3 is the final, single-screen precision platformer that costs $5. While it has the most production values out of the trilogy, the wildly swinging difficulty factor will have you exclaiming four letter words you didn’t know existed. I couldn’t stream my play time of Awesome Pea 3 because it would have been banned […]

Sclash (XSX) Review
Sclash (XSX) Review

Maximum Entertainment and Abiding Bridge released Sclash, an easy to play but difficult to master 2D samurai 1-v-1 fighting game. The gimmick revolves around tension and split-second decision making as each bout is loaded with drama as death comes from a single strike. Visually, the hand-drawn Japanese calligraphy art-style is impressive and carries weight. Instead […]

GC-to-GBA Link – Dakar 2
GC-to-GBA Link – Dakar 2

Dakar 2: The World’s Ultimate Rally (2003) might be a forgettable, niche racing game on Nintendo Gamecube but it packs a special GBA connectivity feature. By playing through the Gamecube game, players are rewarded with downloadable Time Trial tracks for their GBAs. Essentially, the Gameboy Advance version is a demake of the 3D original! Amazing!

Rainbow Cotton (XSX) Review
Rainbow Cotton (XSX) Review

Originally released on Dreamcast, Rainbow Cotton is now easily accessible on all modern platforms thanks to ININ and Success. As a point of reference, Panorama Cotton, Cotton 100%, Cotton Fantasy: Superlative Night Dreams, and Cotton Reboot have all been re-released over the last couple years. Personally, I welcome the revival of this cult franchise. To […]

Bomb Cat (Switch) Review
Bomb Cat (Switch) Review

Bomb Cat, published by RedDeer Games on Switch, is a Suika Game clone but with two differences. The first difference comes from the visual theme. Instead of dropping circle shaped fruit into a well, the player instead drops circle cats of different colors. However, gameplay remains exactly the same. If two of the same shaped […]

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