Sungazer Software’s first commercial title claims to offer a colorful world to explore, 2D platforming action, treasure hunting, power acquisition and skill training, and battle against dozens of foes at once. How does the end result fare?
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A wonderful throwback to the Igarashi-directed Castlevania titles that is only held back by questionable performance.
This retro-inspired open-world RPG is a doomsday prepper’s dream come true.
An ambitious project that can easily span dozens of hours, despite some of those ambitions never reaching their greatest potential.
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Isometric RPG fanatics, rejoice! First-time players, maybe do a bit of research! Lovers of good Switch ports? Wait for a patch!
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Sally forth into this sequel to the cult classic, ActRaiser. Wait, it’s not ActRaiser 2…?
Nordic strategy and crippling depression combine to make Dead in Vinland a compelling and frustrating experience.
Grab your shovel and get ready to dig. No, not until you hit bedrock, until you have the materials for quest completion.
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Iga has done it again.
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Is this real life…? We explore the dreamscape with one of the most experimental combat systems in the genre. Will this game bring you sweet dreams, or beautiful nightmares?
Who ever heard of “Resting in Peace?” Apparently, in Graveyard Keeper, you didn’t get the memo. The question is, will you dig the mortuary business in the afterlife, or does it come off as a stiff experience?
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