Iron Galaxy

Extinction Review

From its very first moments, Extinction wants you to know that the Ravenii are the real deal. Frighteningly large, each monstrous, muscular ogre is a roaring mishmash of Japanese Kaiju and medieval fantasy. Magically teleporting into an idyllic countryside, there would be little surprise in seeing an army try and oppose the monstrosity, only to be smashed and scattered like the ants they are in comparison.

Extinction Review

Divekick

Divekick is a clever proof of concept for a fighting game reduction, and while that concept never quite turns into a fighting game great, it remains a precise and fast-paced alternative in a genre where it can often take hours just to get a grip on a single character. It takes all but ten seconds to grasp the basics of Divekick, but unless you really get into the online, it struggles to maintain a long-lasting infatuation.

Divekick

Darkstalkers Resurrection

Darkstalkers Resurrection is a great collection of some classic games. I really liked playing Darkstalkers 3, and the unusual round system and art style made the game seem like more than just another solid fighting game. Iron Galaxy did a great job updating the game in terms of visuals, tutorials, and online play. Night Warriors is by far the weaker of the two games, but Darkstalkers 3 is worth the price of admission. It’s not the best fighting game ever made, but it’s a lot of fun and the price point is right.

Darkstalkers Resurrection