28 years on, does Samurai Shodown still manage to raise Spirits? The Finger Guns review…
It’s that time again. Time to shine a spotlight on all of the indie game goodness we recommend you have on your radar for the coming month.
A once Stadia exclusive is released to the world and loses none of its charm and warmth. Lost Words: Beyond The Page – The Finger Guns Review.
A disjointed, intermittently enjoyable interactive movie, I See Black Clouds is a disappointing experience. The Finger Guns Review.
Four years after its Kickstarter, 2D adventure Narita Boy is finally here. The world of the Digital Kingdom is certainly striking, but does it live up to its promise? The Finger Guns Review.
Episode 101 of the Finger Guns podcast has leapt out of the long grass – and it’s super effective.
A shinier update to the already impressive looking remake from last year, is this worth the graphical (and monetary) leap? The Finger Guns review:
A strategic RPG with novel turn based combat and plenty of atmosphere, Black Legend is let down by a lacklustre narrative and severe difficulty spikes. The Finger Guns Review.
After 20 years unique management sim Spacebase Startopia is back with a remake. But is it simply a sheen of paint, or a remake fit for modern systems? The Finger Guns Review.
A review of Tennis World Tour 2 Complete Edition, a next-gen update of last year’s release developed by Big Ant Studios and published by Nacon.