If Narita Boy had a better handle on what it did well, and spent less time on the stuff it didn’t, we’d have a hit on our hands. Instead, we have style over substance - a Tron Evolution rather than Blade Runner, say - when it could have been a bonafide classic.
When you've got the award winning Slime-San under your belt, you can pretty much do anything. And that's what Fabraz, along with the Playtonic Friends are planning to do with the release of 3D platformer Demon Turf.
Angry Video Game Nerd I & II Deluxe on Xbox is more than just a video game based on a popular YouTube channel; it’s an amalgamation of all things that made gaming in the NES era so special and timeless.
We’re getting a glut of highly polished brawlers at the moment, with Foregone, Shadow Gangs and 9 Monkeys of Shaolin recently hitting console. Into that breach steps Bladed Fury, which looks appropriately fantastic and slick. Bladed Fury is out now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch.
Smelter is an action-platform-strategy hybrid that will be blasting out of the DANGEN Entertainment stable with release on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC. Today, the hype for it starts to ramp up with not just a new trailer being revealed, but the full release date now confirmed. And the best news of the lot? We won't have to wait too long before getting hands-on.
If you've been harking after a virtual Asterix & Obelix experience, then the XXL series of titles would have seen you right. Now though the famous Gauls are looking to make a comeback as Microids unveils Asterix & Obelix: Slap them All! for release later this year.
Forget the overhyped simulations offered by the WWE 2K series, for RetroSoft Studio have finally brought back the pick up and play arcade action of yesteryear. That’s right, after a minor setback, RetroMania Wrestling is here and is lacing up its boots to tussle in the territories of the Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One. So, are you ready for some old school antics within the squared circle?
Sure, it’s attention-grabbing to do something new, and innovation does get reviewers hot around the collar. But, most of the time, we just want a good thing done well, and Kaze and the Wild Masks does its 2D platforming extremely well. While Kaze and the Wild Masks on Xbox wears the masks of various platformers, like Donkey Kong Country and Rayman, they’re all polished to a mighty sheen.