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Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn Review

Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn

Developer: Big deez
Publisher: Mad Dog
When Big Deez Productions  started the Indiegoo crowdfunding for the sequel for Shaq Fu I honestly never guessed that they would reach the funding goal, but they even exceeded it! The original Shaq Fu, known to be one of the worst video games of all time, clearly wasn’t an issue for the developers and once again players can control basketball legend Shaquille O’Neil in this beat ‘m up game.  Continue reading Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn Review

One More Dungeon Review

One More Dungeon

Developer: Stately Snail
Publisher:
Ratalaika Games S.L.
Developed by the Russian studio Stately Snail and published by Ratalaika Games, One More Dungeon is a blend of first-person shooter and dungeon crawler with roguelike elements and procedural generated levels. Playing as a nameless hero, you’ll fight your way down a dungeon to find and destroy an obelisk which is being used by evil forces to invade our world. Adventure through dark rooms and perilous corridors to find your way down, level after level, fighting hordes of enemies in this challenging – and rewarding – game that keeps you always engaged for one more level. Grab your weapons and follow us in this review, adventurer. Continue reading One More Dungeon Review

Flipping Death Review

Flipping Death

Developer: Zoink
Publisher: Zoink
I really hope you played Stick it to the Man that released in 2013, also made by Zoink Games. Flipping Death isn’t a sequel but it is set in the same universe. More importantly it uses the same art style too, with many improvements! I’m clearly setting up this review as a positive one, you didn’t even needed to invade my mind for it! The Swedish developer has already had a busy year so far, releasing the excellent Fe (our review) in February.  Go a head and read that review if you missed it, but for now here is what I think about Flipping Death!  Continue reading Flipping Death Review

Doughlings Arcade Review

Doughlings Arcade

Developer: Hero Concept
Publisher: Hero Concept

The brick breaker genre… a few time ago a new one came out for Xbox but regardless I still feel that this concept is laying a little dormant. I was excited when developer Hero Concept contacted us about Doughlings Arcade, I will not keep it a secret that I simply adore this old genre. With an old genre comes great responsibility, making it a fresh experience, honoring the legacy from previous games and most importantly make sure that you don’t give the genre a bad name. So how did the Turkish developer do? Find out in this review! Continue reading Doughlings Arcade Review

Road to Ballhalla Review

Road to Ballhalla

Developer: Torched Hill
Publisher: tinyBuild

I always have to think about my favorite ball-moving game when I play this genre, Kula World on PSOne. Entirely different from Road to Ballhalla but sometimes we have to remember our game classics, right? Anyway, I was pleasantly surprised about how fun this game is, the concept is simple but that doesn’t mean you can’t have any fun from it! Let’s keep this review rolling and continue with the good and bad stuff from Road to Ballhalla. Continue reading Road to Ballhalla Review

Aces of the Luftwaffe – Squadron Review

Aces of the Luftwaffe – Squadron

Developer: Handy Games
Publisher: Handy Games

Handy Games has released three Xbox One games so far, with Clouds & Sheep 2 being my favorite. With Aces of the Luftwaffe – Squadron they fly into the shmup genre, an overcrowded genre on the Xbox store. It has to be good to stand out and it does exactly that.  Continue reading Aces of the Luftwaffe – Squadron Review

LEGO The Incredibles Review

LEGO The Incredibles

Developer: TT Games
Publisher:  Warner Bros.

Can anyone keep count on how many LEGO-games we played the past years? That isn’t a bad thing per se, but LEGO The Incredibles uses the same old gameplay tricks that we have been playing since the Xbox 360.  Oh well… I have been saying this with every LEGO game review the past two years, TT Games doesn’t seem to be willing to drastically change up the formula, and don’t have to do that if the games keep selling for millions. Anyway, here is our review for  this adventure with the Parr family. Continue reading LEGO The Incredibles Review

The Crew 2 Review

The Crew 2

Honestly, I was a bit surprised when Ubisoft announced The Crew 2, the first one wasn’t bad but it didn’t light the world on fire. After playing Ivory Tower’s latest racing game I must say that I’m really glad that Ubisoft decided to continue. The Crew 2 is a much better game in all aspects, read more about that in this review!

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Yet Another Zombie Defense HD Review

Yet Another Zombie Defense HD

When a developer is named Awesome Games Studio you would expect that the created games are.. you guessed it, awesome. If that is the case for Yet Another Zombie Defense HD is something you will find out in this review. Important to know is that this zombie game is a very low-cost game, a hamburger in Belgium is more expensive.  Continue reading Yet Another Zombie Defense HD Review

Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy Review

Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy

Kinda funny seeing a Naughty Dog game on Xbox right now but the Crash Bandicoot rights belong to Activision. PS4 had a full year of exclusivity and now our green hearts on Xbox can be filled with lots of Crash love too. In my opinion Xbox is the place to be for platforming fans with Ori and the Blind Forest, Super Lucky’s Tale, Rare Replay and Cuphead so Crash is finally where it belongs! Jump over some green Nitro boxes, wear your Aku Aku mask and start reading our N Sane Trilogy review! 

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