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Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop is the very first game I have ever played in the series. For those of you, like me, who are new to this, the Cooking Mama franchise has been around since the early 00s and is extremely popular. As you can imagine from the title, you’ll be cooking up some treats to please your customers. Want to learn more? Then read our Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop review!
Deadly Premonition is a cult classic that thousands of people have enjoyed from start to finish, so it makes perfect sense to release a board game based on the game! That’s right, you’ll soon be able to enjoy Deadly Premonition as a board game thanks to the Kickstarter campaign for it which released last week.
At 8 minutes past 8 on August 8, 1988, evil mastermind Dr. 8H sets out to put his plan in motion to hold the world hostage. If he’s not paid 88 octillion dollars in 88 minutes he’ll deploy 88 nuclear warheads against Earth. It is up to you and the weirdest and most bizarre 88 heroes to take care of the situation before it is too late! Are you up for the challenge? Read our 88 Heroes review to learn more about this unique game!
Rising Star Games got in touch with us to announce that they’ve released the SteamWorld Collection at retail for PlayStation 4. This two-in-one release brings to retail a physical disc with the critically acclaimed SteamWorld Dig and the just as critically acclaimed SteamWorld Dig.
Assault Suit Leynos on PlayStation 4 is an HD port of classic Sega Genesis game some of you might know as Target Earth. The HD coat of paint definitely brings the game into the 21st century in style so that a new generation can enjoy it. What did we think of this action mech game? Read our Assault Suit Leynos review to find out!
Lumo is a love letter to the isometric puzzle releases of the 1980’s and 1990’s, making this gorgeous 3D puzzle platformer something both oldies like us and people new to gaming will be able to enjoy. This is a solid release that should be part of the collection of all PS4 and Vita – check our Lumo review to see why!