Pheonix Labs reminds us that sometimes all we need is a well-balanced team and a common goal.
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Inserting oneself into the action of a video game is what makes virtual reality such an immersive experience. Bullet hell games are scary enough as it is, taking place on a 2D plane while tons of bullets head towards a
Rad Rodgers has me scared. A nod to classic side-scrolling shooters that took hold of PCs everywhere, Slipgate Studios' creation lead me to ponder about the quality of the video games I played as a kid. Were the likes of Secret
French Bread is truly an under-appreciated fighting developer. While it may have its fair share of cult hits like Melty Blood and the light-novel all-starred Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax, nothing they've released as of yet has made much mainstream success.
We cannot escape 80s nostalgia. It's on our TVs thanks to Stranger Things and The Goldbergs, in our films via Kung Fury and The Expendables, and in our music with the return of new wave sounds and Macross-inspired J-POP. Of
Crashing down on us in 2014, The Fall was a fascinating adventure game with some admittedly clunky combat. The story mainly consisted of a combat suit with artificial intelligence, named A.R.I.D. searching for medical attention for the passed out human
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