Retro

The Sinking City (Switch) – Review

The Sinking City (Switch) – Review

Back in July, we had our first run-in with The Sinking City for PC. We noticed that the game looked incredible and that the foundation was laid properly for an interesting detective story, sadly the f... Read More »

Site Score
6.0
In Celebration of Violence – Review

In Celebration of Violence – Review

In Celebration of Violence is a top-down rogue-like game, where you’ll explore an unforgiving world with a nice retro look. The game may look cheery, but it’s all about violence: you’ll be able ... Read More »

Site Score
6.8
Anodyne 2: Return to Dust – Review

Anodyne 2: Return to Dust – Review

Videogames have come a long way. Nowadays it is a trend to make games in homage to the better days and some developers excel in doing exactly that (look at 3D Realms with their Ion Fury), while others... Read More »

Site Score
9.0
Ion Fury – Review

Ion Fury – Review

Videogames and nostalgia are two things that go hand in hand, from the simpler times to the epic awesomeness of those fast-paced shooters. Games like Doom, Wolfenstein, and Duke Nukem 3D are gems that... Read More »

Site Score
10.0
Transforming Retro-Futuristic Platformer “Exception” out on PC and Consoles

Transforming Retro-Futuristic Platformer “Exception” out on PC and Consoles

Traxmaster Software announced that 2,5D combat platform, Exception, is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Drawing inspiration from arcade video games, Exception blends o... Read More »

TINY METAL: FULL METAL RUMBLE – Review

TINY METAL: FULL METAL RUMBLE – Review

Gamers who grew up with the first consoles will feel mighty nostalgic with all the remakes coming out these days. Some of us remember the very fun yet difficult strategy game on the Nintendo handheld ... Read More »

Site Score
9.5
Switch ‘N’ Shoot – Review

Switch ‘N’ Shoot – Review

Years ago, when consoles were still rather fresh, graphics weren’t much more than some blocks on your screen and games were often short, but tough as nails to make them seem long. After some time, a... Read More »

Site Score
6.0
Multiple retro games adapting indie Zeus Begins is coming August 16

Multiple retro games adapting indie Zeus Begins is coming August 16

When Zeus didn’t grow a beard yet, apparently he was busy beating the crap out of mythological creatures such as harpies, Medusa, and Hades. At least, that’s what the trailer for Zeus Begi... Read More »

Octopath Traveler – Review

Octopath Traveler – Review

Octopath Traveler is an homage to the JRPG games of the 16-bit era. The beautiful artwork makes you feel nostalgic with the retro pixel-art look and combined with beautiful modern effects it gives the... Read More »

Site Score
8.6
Retro-type game Sparklite gets its own unique Collector’s Edition

Retro-type game Sparklite gets its own unique Collector’s Edition

Unique, retro, creative, at the very least the new and upcoming game named Sparklite seems to be colorful and its own product. The slightly Zelda-resembling game that is set to be released in fall thi... Read More »

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