Posts Tagged ‘brawler’

Review: My Hero One’s Justice

by Nazih Fareson November 9, 2018
Written and created by Kohei Horikoshi, the shonen manga phenomenon that is My Hero Academia is still strong, officially reaching 16 million copies in print since mid-2018. Now years after its adaption from a manga to anime, Bandai Namco grabbed the opportunity to create the video game adaption of the series, simply named My Hero One’s Justice for […]

Review: At Sundown

by Mazen Abdallahon October 28, 2018
Lately, it feels like I’ve been playing a lot of online multiplayer, so when I saw ‘At Sundown’ I got pretty excited. I’ve got a soft spot for local multiplayer games because I believe there really is a different energy to them that brings out everyone’s most competitive side. Local multiplayer games are also expected […]

Review: Full Metal Furies

by Nazih Fareson January 20, 2018
Developed by Cellar Door Games better known for Rogue Legacy, Full Metal Furies is a sort of beat’em up or brawler, which ditches the the Rogue-like essence the team is mostly known. Here, we are dealing with a mix of brawling with other genres, such as shoot’em up and RPG, but how can all this create […]


Review: Absolver

by Mazen Abdallahon September 30, 2017
Devolver Digital is known for their work alongside many studios that offer quirky and often irreverent titles with extreme violence like the terrific Hotline Miami and the hacky slashy Shadow Warrior. The one thing Devolver games have in common is that there’s a ton of violence. They teamed up with SloClap, a dev with some […]


by Mazen Abdallahon November 26, 2016
Gaming hipster moment right here: Who remembers Dreamcast? Dreamcast is one of the great tragedies of gaming, because it was such a cool little console but it failed so aggressively that it unceremoniously ended the hardware career of one of gaming’s giants. However, Dreamcast did bring us some unique and amazing games in our lifetime, […]

Review: Heart&Slash

by Mazen Abdallahon August 16, 2016
I frequently discuss about indie tropes and design features, and I’ve noticed that indie studios definitely make a lot of 2D games and platformers. I understand that it’s not easy to design a 3D game, but 2D gaming can get a bit repetitive, and you tend to miss that third dimension. That’s why I was […]