Over Top is possibly one of the more obscure Neo Geo titles, often out-remembered by the other title of the genre, Neo Drift Out. Developed by ADK, this isometric racing game is quite a unique experience for the system.
Category: Wii U Reviews
Resident Evil. A staple of the 90’s PlayStation gamer. It was a great time to be a survival horror fan, a genre that rose, peaked and diminished within just half a decade. But it made its mark on the gaming landscape forever. There’s certainly a lot of nostalgia surrounding it, so much so that people often crave for the glory days once again. To capitalise on that desire is Rainy Night Creations with Vaccine, a game that couldn’t be more tonally different from their last release, the bright colourful cartoon-like FreezeMe.
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After the fun but “Not quite Resident Evil” Resident Evil 5, the series’ fans wanted Capcom to take the franchise back to its roots as a survival horror experience. It seems that Capcom sort of listened and came up with Resident Evil Revelations which was much more of a hybrid between the old slow style and the new action style. It was good. Great, in fact. It was one of the best games on the 3DS.
Yes, a 3DS game.
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The indie puzzle platformer with the silhouetted foreground. It’s a cliche at this point. From Limbo to Typoman, it’s been done to death. And so in comes Toby: The Secret Mine which was released on PC more than a year ago, but has finally showed up on the Wii U eShop. So how does this game stand up compared to its art style brethren?
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