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A classic video game from 1999 finds it's way to mobile devices.
Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms has all of the pitfalls of it's genre, but still manages to do a lot well.
Distortions squanders a lot of positives and makes a “should have been better” type of game.
Hacktag is a co-op game with good ideas, but it fails to hit the bars it needs.
Kaet Must Die raises the difficulty of horror/survival games – but hurts it as the game goes on.
The Fall of the Roman Empire has never been as fun as with Wulverblade.
Super Daryl Deluxe is neither super nor deluxe.
Golem Gates is now out on Steam, and it turned out to be a pretty great game.
Battlezone: Combat Commander tries to improve from the 1980's origina, but only somewhat succeeds.