A solid attempt to crack a genre which will only ever have one winner, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl gets the basics down, but not much else. The Finger Guns Review;
A wholesome combination of turn based RPG, creature capture, mini-games and adventure puzzle games, Rainbow Billy: The Curse Of The Leviathan is a family friendly adventure worth a look. The Finger Guns Review.
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Super Monkey Ball returns in Banana Mania, and it’s just as entertaining and infuriating as it ever was. The Finger Guns Review.
It’s bright, it’s chaotic, and by golly is it fun to play. But does the lack of directive other than “keep shooting the things” wear thin in Severed Steel after a while? The Finger Guns review:
It might not match up to the genre’s modern day visionaries but Ender Lilies: Quietus Of The Knights is still a beautiful and engrossing Metroidvania title. The Finger Guns Review.
Firing onto consoles after it’s PC excursion, does this gritty FPS live up to the explosive noise? The Finger Guns review.
Fancy being a cute little sugar glider in your own nature documentary? That’s the promise of Away The Survival Series. But is it Planet Earth or Deadly 60? The Finger Guns review:
The seventh release in a series you’ve never heard of, Xuan Yuan 7 is a charming but very basic character driven RPG set in Ancient China. Is it worth jumping in at this point? The Finger Guns Review:
A Juggler’s Tale is an atmospheric 3D puzzle side scroller. Is it worth the trip to the circus or hanging by a thread? Find out here! The Finger Guns Review.