The Nintendo DS had a large variety of shooting games on it. From console ports like Call of Duty: Black Ops, to story-driven horror games like Dementium, to even Nintendo's own Metroid Prime:
Titan Attacks is a Galaga-clone that released on Steam from Puppy Games. Hardcore fans of games like Galaga and Space Invaders seemed to take a liking to the game, and the game was
Moon Chronicles is a remake of the original game, Moon, which came out on the DS as a retail title. Developer Renegade Kid remade the game to harness the 3DS's additional power and
One man studio Hörberg Productions released the original Gunman Clive a couple years ago on the Nintendo 3DS eShop for only $2. The title was heavily inspired by 80s classics (Mega Man, Super
Should you bother to think inside this puzzlebox?
I love retro video games. The sense of pureness, the lack of any stupid DLC or day 1 patches, everything just felt more pure. Sure, games were much simpler then, but that wasn't
Truth be told, I never was the biggest dungeon crawler fan until the DS. I remember reading a review for a certain dungeon crawler on a website and they basically said they couldn't
Tappingo 2 is a game about sliding tiles. Tap them in the right order, satisfy each tile's number, and you'll form some nice pixel art. Cherish it forever. Also, it's $3.
Everything you love about the genre, only slower and a bit boring.
Don't blink. Don't even blink. Blink and you're dead.
A repetitive, inconsistent good time.
It seems like forever ago since I first heard of Shovel Knight and with the continuous delays, the wait was never an easy one. It's no secret that I'm a massive fan for old
Is this world worth visiting again?
Another World: 20th Anniversary Edition snuck onto the 3DS and Wii U as a downloadable game on the eShop and took a lot of gamers by
When Moon Chronicles for the 3DS was announced, I knew I had to have it. As a big fan of Renegade Kid's DS games, such as the Dementium series and of course, Moon, Moon