Wearing its inspiration so openly, it’s not hard to immediately draw comparisons to White Shadows. But then, is that a bad thing? The Finger Guns review.
Fast and frenetic, Super Impossible Road evokes the older generation of quick, arcade racers from yesteryear. But does its fun make up for the frustration? The Finger Guns review:
A gorgeous and action-packed shooter, is Bright Memory: Infinite worth it for its short run time and linearity? The Finger Guns review:
A cross between twinstick shooter and survival adventure, The Last Stand is a refreshing take on the two. But is it trying to do too much? The Finger Guns review:
A basic enough racer, Bloody Rally Show doesn’t boast anything ground-breaking. Yet, does it need to do so to be fun? The Finger Guns review:
A game fully aware that it’s an homage to the classics, Tormented Souls looks to remind everyone why we loved this genre in the 90’s. Unfortunately, it carries the worst bits with it too. The Finger Guns review:
A year on from its first release, Ghostrunner has been jazzed up for the current console generation. It looks amazing, but does that charm carry over to longevity? The Finger Guns review:
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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:
A kart racer with realistic car graphics? Normally, that wouldn’t make sense. But this is Hot Wheels we’re talking about, and you’re going to want to see it for yourself. The Finger Guns review: