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I'd be called a liar if I said that there was something lying deep in what iFun4all was trying to tell its players with Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder. The simplistic aim-and-explode is a game that doesn't dive into the whys

2014's Mercenary Kings was a nice throwback to the era of Metal Slug and Contra, thanks in part to its retro looks and over-the-top comedic violence. However, it wasn't without its share of issues, from some weird graphical glitches to

Video games always seem to involve characters resolving their problems with their fists or guns. Sometimes, is it a smarter choice to use your words? This is the hypothesis that Oh

Although Shantae is one of gaming's best (and most underrated) heroines, she often needs the support of those close to her to get the job done. Her closest friends Bolo, Sky, and Rottytops often lend an extra hand in order

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King never hides the fact that it was greatly influenced by The Legend of Zelda. Hell, the grandpa narrator comes very close to telling a tale from Hyrule before his grandkids demand another story. Still, despite

It's been nearly five years since Humble Hearts first hit the gaming realm with Dust: An Elysian Tail. The side-scrolling adventure about an anthropomorphic warrior and his adorable sidekick wound up wowing me so much that it took my Game

Minecraft: Story Mode may not have started out as one of Telltale Games' most memorable adaptations, but did it work its way up there. Bumps in the initial first season made it almost a throwaway title, before an additional three

Growing up in a highly competitive house, I've grown into a fair bit of anxiety when it comes to competitive games. Finding one that manages to feel just as fun whether you win or lose is rare, but Ultimate Chicken

Playing a game like Hotline Miami leaves one with so many questions. How can one guy take on this many thugs and walk away scott free? Where does he get that many weapons? Why the animal masks? Most important of

I'll admit: Until today I never really could relate to Minecraft: Story Mode nor its original world-building counterpart. It's not that I don't feel anything for these characters, but even at its best I just couldn't look at someone like