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(Note: This review is based on the port made for Windows and Nintendo Switch in 2019, as the original iOS

She Sees Red

(CONTENT WARNING: This game features bloody violence, a scene of very mild nudity, and implied parental abuse) Interactive movies; a

Spyro: Reignited Trilogy

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Spyro the Dragon

After a few middling sequels and a short-lived reboot, the Spyro series wound down while its main character began appearing

Alto’s Odyssey

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Alto

Making a sequel to a successful endless runner is always going to be difficult, since you want to maintain what

Alto’s Adventure

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Alto

If there’s any genre that was defined by the mobile gaming boom of the late 00s/early 10s, it’s the endless

Speed Punks

In 1994, Norwegian developer Funcom founded an office in Dublin, Ireland to create console games while they focused on developing

Dragon Egg

NCS/Masaya are best known for creating the legendary Langrisser series and the bizarre Choaniki games, but they developed many other


Throughout the 80s and 90s, Koei were known solely for their countless historical strategy and simulation games such as Nobunaga’s

Aoi Blink

Aoi Blink was an anime produced by Tezuka Productions in 1989, centering on the adventures of the young boy Kakeru,

Hakaiou: King of Crusher

(WARNING: This review spoils the ending of Hakaiou: King of Crusher, as part of the overall thematic analysis. If you’d

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