Posts Tagged ‘shooter’
Not a Hero is baked with many ingredients, with retro styling and modern game mechanics, and letting humour into the gameplay without it detracting too much. It's something that is adult if not entirely mature; personally, I ha...
Soldner X 2: Final Prototype is a superb shooter on a system not exactly flush with schmups. It takes the essence of what made shooters like Gradius, Thunder Force and Apidya awesome back in the day and distils it with some mo...
Zombie Army Trilogy is all about action. Take down Hitler and shoot tons of Nazi zombies in style! Who can argue with that?
Destiny has been out a few weeks now – hell it’s fast approaching 2 months so why are we reviewing it now? Simple – we think we’ve finally put enough time in to justify a review score. Just as I did back with GTA 5 last year I...
Resogun is a blisteringly fast and decadently dazzling shooter that draws from a solid classic and makes it fit for the next generation.
Battlefield 4 brings about the return of DICE’s seminal large map shooter. After the huge success of Battlefield 3 EA and DICE needed to push things forward significantly to put themselves out ahead of Call of Duty. As the cu...
Blue Estate: Prologue is an unfunny and needlessly offensive game. Its attempts at humour are worse than locker room juvenile and border on wholly offensive. It makes good use of Leap Motion through its core and competent rai...
CarTank comes to us from the small indie developer RichMakeGame… or to put it another way – from a guy called Rich Edwards from the North (Newcastle) of the UK.
For me, when it comes to The House of the Dead series, there are two distinct flavors. First off, there is the silly, over-the-top classic arcade light-gun game where the story is absurd, the voice-acting is terrible, and the ...
ShootMania Storm is a fun shooter with some interesting game modes and feels a lot like the simpler multiplayer shooters of old. The basic gameplay isn't anything new, and the lack of different terrains does mean there's not m...
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