Monthly Archives: March 2021

Traditional adventure games have never quite settled for me. There’s quite a few that pay homage to the Lucas Arts template in terms of puzzles and humour which I find slightly off-putting. Cloak and Dagger Games’ Sumatra: Fate of Yandi firmly sits in an old school camp with some low-resolution […]

Sumatra: Fate of Yandi – PS4 Review

There always seems to be a vocal audience clamouring for retro platformers. Whether it’s a ‘make Sonic great again’ sentiment or people desperate for another Donkey Kong Country, the voices have always been there. Indie studios are all too keenly aware and the latest to try and bring some 90’s […]

Kaze and the Wild Masks – PS4 Review

Explosionade DX is an enhanced version of Mommy’s Best Games’ 2015 run and gunner and is best described as a mix of the platforming and shooting action of games like Contra and Metal Slug but with the old-school coin-op format and problem solving of such single screen classics as Bubble Bobble, Snow Bros. and Rodland.  […]

Explosionade DX – PS4 Review