A PS1 inspired thriller, Chasing Static has a familiar premise and can feel like playing sonic whack-a-mole at times but it’s still worth the 3 hour time investment. The Finger Guns Review.
Quirky life simulators, technicolor shooters and PS1 inspired narrative adventures are just some of the indie games to look forward to in October 2021.
Despite being a more varied and enjoyable outing for the series, Super Destronaut DX-2 is still lacking innovation in a crowded genre. The Finger Guns Review.
Within The Blade is a 2D ninja slash-em-up for fans of Katana Zero or The Messenger, but it struggles under the weight of comparison. The Finger Guns Review:
99 Episodes of the Finger Guns Podcast? Who would have thought it. On this episode Sean, Greg and Toby discuss the burning issues from the week; Bethesda joins Microsoft Games Studios – Games Going Exclusive to Xbox? Square Enix Presents – What’s going to get announced? Sony Play Play Play – Japanese conference announced. Teenage […]
The PS5 version of Concept Destruction runs far smoother than its last-gen counterpart but it’s still cardboard thin. The Finger Guns Review.
Destruction Derby but with cars made of cardboard, Concept Destruction is instantly accessible but lacks any real depth. The Finger Guns Review.
A total re-invention of a series, Super Destronaut: Land Wars is a retro styled FPS that’s light on variety and heavy on style. The Finger Guns Review;
A visual novel that’s sometimes sickly, Syrup and the Ultimate Sweet is a short treat that’s worth a look if you’re a fan of the genre. The Finger Guns Review;
Sagebrush on PS4 is a quick Platinum, but thankfully a deeper resonance will keep your attention to the end. The Finger Guns Review;