Shin-chan has been his oddball little self for over thirty years now, the manga and anime star headlining games on just about anything and everything going all the way back to the Game Boy and Famicom. The public reception of these titles has generally ranged from mild apathy to active dislike, something created because the … Continue reading Review: Crayon Shin-chan: Ora to Hakase no Natsuyasumi
Densha de GO! has always been as encouraging as it is exacting, and if anything this latest game in the series (also available on PlayStation 4) is even more so, making a real effort right from the start of its colourful intro to feel welcoming and accessible regardless of any feigned disinterest in the subject … Continue reading Review: Densha de GO! Hashirou Yamanote Sen
Before we get stuck into this game's future it's worth taking a quick look at its past: Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams was an arcade game first, Success' success followed by home ports to the PC Engine, PlayStation, Neo Geo Pocket Color as well as an even-better-than-the-real-thing semi-remake for Sharp's powerful X68000 home computer. After that … Continue reading Review: Cotton Reboot!
The original Puyo Puyo Tetris is one of those games I have to keep coming back to just to make sure it actually exists: Puyos... and Tetriminos? In the same game? And there are a good selection of different ways to mix the two together and they all work? You're kidding, right? That'd be as … Continue reading Review: Puyo Puyo Tetris 2
Nineteen ninety-two. Kirby's Dream Land and Alone in the Dark were brand new and completely unknown games, Zool (that Chupa-Chup hawking Ninja of the Nth Dimension) was parading around like the Amiga had found an answer to Sonic the Hedgehog, Alisia Dragoon left a very positive impression on a young Kimimi, and... Virtua Racing heralded the dawn of a new … Continue reading Sega Ages: Virtua Racing