Spawn for the Super Nintendo is pretty bad. It starts out well enough but quickly takes a nosedive into bullshit. There are far better beat ’em up games from the 16-bit era.
An amazing open world game with staggering detail and a truly engaging story supported by an ensemble cast of voice actors. Even with piss-poor DLC, Batman: Arkham Knight is an incredible game that should satisfy even the most dedicated Batman fans.
Paradise Lost is one of the best video game expansions in a while. It carries over all the flaws from POSTAL 2 but still manages to stay humorous and fun throughout.
The precursor to the popular POSTAL 2, POSTAL is where it all started. The Redux version doesn’t breathe new life into the game but it’s definitely worth checking out if you enjoyed the original.
Fly helicopters through various environments rescuing people, shooting enemies, and dodging attacks. Choplifter HD is a repetitive but fun little game that can keep you hooked if you get into it.
IS Defense can be considered a spiritual sequel to the Beach Head games. In this modern take you fend off waves of ISIS terrorists as they launch an invasion upon the shores of Europe in the politically-fictional year 2020.
A flawed but fun game and the best in the Time Crisis: Razing Storm collection.
Time Crisis: Razing Storm could have been so much more and even combined on the same disk with Time Crisis 4 doesn’t make up for either game’s shortcomings like being extremely short in length. Third game on the disk, Deadstorm Pirates, was reviewed separately.
A ”Metroidvania” style game where you explore a large facility and need to obtain weapons and upgrades to progress through previously inaccessible areas. It’s actually quite impressive for what was originally an Xbox Live Arcade game.
A lovable yet frustrating space ship shooter.