Color Guardians Review: Colorful Fun
Jun10

Color Guardians Review: Colorful Fun

Colour Guardians describes itself as a an ‘Ikaruga style’ running game, seeking to blend the mechanics of fast paced colour matching bullet-hell title with those of more traditional endless runners. Similar to games like Retrograde, Color Guardians tasks placers to move through three lanes while matching their character colour with the colour of the orbs or hazards ahead of them. It’s a simple premise that offers...

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Nom Nom Galaxy Review: Soup’s Up!
Jun04

Nom Nom Galaxy Review: Soup’s Up!

Pixeljunk Studios have developed a reputation for crafting visually simplistic yet charming titles featuring endearing gameplay experiences that both innovate and surprise. Pixeljunk Shooter captivated us with its impressive use of dynamic liquid physics while Pixeljunk Monsters offered one of the most engagingly strategic tower defence games we’ve ever played. New for Pixeljunk Studio, Nom Nom Galaxy seeks to develop on the...

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Airmech Arena Review: Real Time Strategy Streamlined for Consoles
May17

Airmech Arena Review: Real Time Strategy Streamlined for Consoles

The arrival of free to play games to home consoles has become an intriguing trend, with a small but varied set of titles ranging from Warframe to Loadout, offering up their experiences at no direct cost to the consumer. Many of these titles however, suffer common pitfalls of free to play models of distribution with the experience on offer either requiring real cash in order to obtain an objectively better competitive load-out, or...

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We Are Doomed Review: Die Triangles Die!
May09

We Are Doomed Review: Die Triangles Die!

Asteroids! If you’ve played it before, then you’ll understand just what We Are Doomed is. Take the role of a small, odd, circle-esque shape, and controlling this character with the left and right analogue sticks, utilise your single weapon to destroy the other, hostile shapes. Unfortunately for We Are Doomed this concept is almost as simple as it sounds. Assuming the role of an abstract shape is no easy task when...

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Space Dust Racers Seeks to Reinvent Couch Multiplayer
May03

Space Dust Racers Seeks to Reinvent Couch Multiplayer

Fans of Micromachines, Mashed or more recent titles like Wrecked and Toybox Turbo’s will be familiar with this one. The games premise is simple, shared screen, couch based, chaotic, multiplayer racing. Powerups and fast paced reactionary gameplay allow a group of local players to go nuts as they each fight for first place amongst there friends. We’ve seen it before, but not quite to the degree that Space Dust Racers seeks...

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Ziggurat Review: A Sorcerers Dream
Apr23

Ziggurat Review: A Sorcerers Dream

As yet another rogue-like, you might have some inkling on what to expect from Ziggurat. Procedurally generated dungeons coupled with a myriad of variables in the form of weapons, perks and enemies effectively modify your experience as you progress. If this is a format you find appealing, then you’ll find yourself quite at home within Ziggurat’s labyrinth. Of course, that’s isn’t to say the games without...

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