On its original release back in 2002 (surprisingly), Unlimited Match was considered one of the best in the series. Does that esteem still hold some near-twenty years later? The Finger Guns review:
A simple concept, somehow twisted into something both weirdly calming and downright frustrating. But at least it looks nice. The Finger Guns review:
Offering a well-written and fairly long story, Disjunction is hindered somewhat by its slightly unfair gameplay and unreadable text. The Finger Guns review:
The latest in Milestone’s motorbike catalogue, I got the chance to play a preview build of the upcoming Supercross game. How does it fair against the rest of their library?
A minimal yet violent aesthetic, haunting soundtrack and no immediate idea what to do or what’s happening. Yup, it’s a Devolver game. The Finger Guns review:
Another retro-inspired platformer, Cyber Shadow encapsulates everything about the 8bit era of gaming. Including the difficulty. The Finger Guns review:
A familiar looking game with its own narrative, does Bezier do anything newer, or even better?
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A port of a game from a popular series, from a console you may not be cool enough to have heard of. Not off to a great start, is it? The Finger Guns review:
The motocross counterpart to the equally serious Ride series, MXGP 2020 brings the same level of challenge. But at least it looks good. The Finger Guns review:
A modern roguelite with retro visuals, SYNTHETIK (yes it is capitalised) is a fun but occasionally clunky blast. The Finger Guns review: