Crypto returns for alien anarchy in a remake that transforms Destroy All Humans! from a relic from the past into 2020’s most cathartic video game. The Finger Guns Review.
A classic puzzle gets cutesy and overdone in Cubicity for the Nintendo Switch. The Finger Guns Review.
Inspired by the NES run and gun classics, Clash Force doesn’t manage to reach the levels of its muses. The Finger Guns Review.
The last big first party release of the PS4 era, Ghost of Tsushima combines an achingly beautiful world with tight cinematic combat. But is it the swansong that the PS4 deserves, or just another open-world paint by numbers? The Finger Guns review:
The boulder battling tower defence series is back with Rock of Ages 3 and this time, you get to make your own battlefields. The Finger Guns Review.
A game so classic it doesn’t just have a life system, it has a password progression mechanic too. A wonderful slice from the past that echoes classic era ‘run and gunners’, is Ultracore worth it for the nostalgic value? The Finger Guns review:
A ridiculous ricocheting rabbit rush, Radical Rabbit Stew is an old school platform puzzler with the ingredients of a great meal. Rabbits, fun and a seasoning of humour. But is it a recipe for success? The Finger Guns Review:
A functional shmup that’s all about shooting the clothes off of Ecchi women, Waifu Uncovered will please its target audience but no one else. The Finger Guns Review.
While it may not bring anything new to the randomised, initially difficult platformer genre, Neon Abyss still pulls its weight. Yet will the lack of personality in its heroes be its detriment? The Finger Guns review.
Building on the mechanics of the original, SUPERHOT: Mind Control Delete is a thoroughly enjoyable sequel. The Finger Guns Review.