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R-Type II Review (iOS)
R-Type II is a side scrolling arcade game that made its debut back in 1989. Now it's part of the iOS world, and for gamers who need a bit of sensory overload, this explosive shooter hits the target.
Double Dragon Trilogy Review
Live the code- the code of the Dragon! Double Dragon Trilogy brings with it all of the punching, hopping, grimacing action of the original side-scrolling beat 'em up. Modern gamers have grown hungry for somewhat more sophisticated gameplay than what you'd find in the '80s, so know that your satisfac…
R.Type Review
I absolutely love it when classic arcade games make it into the App Store and remind me just how soft this new generation of games has made me. R.Type, brought to us by DotEmu, is the latest game to make me feel the shame of being out of touch with my arcade roots. Is this port of a classic still a …
Metal Slug 2 Review
The Metal Slug series was famous for being fast, furious, and funny. The games could also get pretty difficult and drain you of all your quarters in the arcade, but at least you'd have a good time with your friends, even if only for about half an hour or so. Does the port of Metal Slug 2 blow u…
Metal Slug Review
When DotEmu and SNK Playmore saw how well Metal Slug 3 did in the App Store, they had a decision to make. Do we sit on the first game? Or do we put it out and give people more of what they want? While it seems like an odd move to go backwards in porting games to a new system, that’s just what they’v…
Raiden Legacy Review
The Raiden series of games were always popular ones in arcades. I remember everytime I saw a Raiden game, I had to make sure and play it. To this day, when I walk into an arcade (if I can find one), and they have a Raiden machine, I always put some quarters in. So I was pretty excited when I found o…
The Last Express Review
Jordan Mechner's highly praised mystery The Last Express is finally available for iOS enthusiasts, and this rotoscope driven project proves that it still is relevant and effective years afters its 1997 release. Praise obviously goes to The Last Express mastermind Jordan Mechner, the video game …