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The Little Ball That Could Review

It’s been over 30 years since Marble Madness made its arcade debut. Since then, it’s just been another day, another marble platformer, right? No, not at all, and that’s exactly what got me interested in The Little Ball That Could. Released last year on Steam, NaissusWorks’ 3D puzzler rolls now onto Xbox One. Does this shiny sphere come to a gentle finish, or does it crash right off the table?

The Little Ball That Could Review

Time Recoil Review

The Finnish developers behind the well-received Neon Chrome come back with another top-down twin stick shooter. At a quick glance, you'd be forgiven to mistake Time Recoil for some Neon Chrome DLC, but it turns out the game has an identity of its own. Time Recoil isn’t as much a blast fest as it is a thinking man’s shooter. At times, it could almost pass for a game of chess - deadly chess with bullets, explosions and time-warping super powers.

Time Recoil Review