News - April, 2018

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    Review Sky Rogue

    "You don't own that plane! The taxpayers do!"

    There once was a time when the 3D combat flight simulator was the genre of choice for seasoned players; during the 16-bit revolution, home computers like the Amiga and Atari ST played host to the likes of Falcon 3.0, F-15 Strike Eagle and Starglider, all of which used very basic filled polygon visuals to...

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    Review Gal*Gun 2


    If you’re already a fan of the Gal*Gun series then you’ll likely have a pretty firm idea of what this game is all about; if you’re not, you’ll still probably have a pretty good idea based on the screenshots and artwork currently covering this page. Gal*Gun 2 is actually the fourth entry in this fantasy, over-the-top world, with a...

  • News Steve Wiebe Recognised As First Million Point Donkey Kong Record Holder As Billy Mitchell's Scores Are Nuked

    "We must repeat, the truth is the priority"

    High score record-keeping site Twin Galaxies has removed all of Billy Mitchell's rankings from its database and banned him from competition following accusations of wrong-doing relating to the classic Nintendo title Donkey Kong. Earlier this year, Mitchell's scores were called into doubt by Donkey...

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    Review Rogue Aces

    Nice plane you’re flying there. I’ll take it

    In 1987, Brøderbund released Wings of Fury, a thinking-man’s scrolling shmup that borrowed Defender’s free-roaming gameplay but was otherwise an original concept. Thirty-one years later, can Infinite State’s Rogue Aces be the dream sequel you never knew you needed? Throttle up and lets find...

  • Nintendo Download 12th April (North America)

    Each and every new update on the NA eShops

    Thursday is here once again and the Nintendo eShops have been freshly updated with all manner of new goodies. From new indie darlings to slices of retro greatness from yesteryear, the Switch eShops have just got even more tempting. As always, be sure to place a vote in the poll below, and leave a comment...

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  • News Save Your Loose Change With SNK 40th Anniversary Collection On Switch

    Coming this fall

    We're getting a handsome helping of arcade classics later this year thanks to SNK, which is celebrating its 40th birthday with a bumper compendium of its most famous coin-op games. Here's some PR: To celebrate the 40th anniversary of legendary studio SNK, a variety of classic arcade games from SNK's golden age comes back together...

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    Review Warp Shift

    A chip off the old block

    Nintendo Switch has proved itself to be an ideal home for all manner of genres - be they twitch-platformers with many a throwback mechanic or asymmetric multiplayer games with couchplay firmly in mind - but none feel more suited than the ingeniously designed puzzler. Warp Shift - the latest offering from German studio...

  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend?

    Here are our picks, but what are yours?

    The weekend is finally here, so it's time to grab a few precious moments of free time and fire up your favourite Nintendo console for a little R&R. This week, Team Nintendo Life are playing action-RPGs, cutesy detective sims, virtual pinball tables, retro shmups, horror romps and, of course, Splatoon 2. As...

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