Tag: shooter

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Space Marshals 2 Review: a dual stick shooter that’s even better than the first

Released by Pixelbite, space Marshals 2 is the sequel to the original game. To check out our review of the first one, click here. To be quite upfront, both of these games are very well-made. And there are things that have been improved upon with the sequel, while managing to not take a step back anywhere. It’s rare that you see only Improvement in a sequel, without something unintentionally offsetting that.

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[Update: Release Date] Red Barton and The Sky Pirates is set to clear the air on Steam and Mobile Devices in Early 2017

Red Barton and The Sky Pirates is an upcoming 3rd person shooter that hearkens back to the days of OutRun, and AfterBurner, with a story mode a la Star Fox (the N64 classic). The player takes on the role of Red Barton, a pilot of a WWI era fighter airplane fighting his way through waves of enemies, on a mission to save his love and restore his honor.

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Go Go Fairy Gals soft launched on Google Play

Go Go Fairy gals is an arcade shooter where players guide a Fairy around a map blasting baddies with the power of cuteness (I guess). Developers FredBear Games & PlayPlayFun have soft-launched their newest title in a few select regions; the title is available to download from Canada, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia and Taiwan, with the global launch coming soon.

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Nvidia puts a large amount of games on sale up to 80% off for the holidays

Nvidia, the gaming hardware company, features games that run well on their hardware, and sometimes exclusively so. Like many other companies, they’re offering deep discounts on many of these games. Some of them are native to Android, while others must be steamed using their subscription service called GeForce Now. And do make note of the fact that any games purchased through GeForce Now also comes with a redemption code from either Steam or GOG, so the games can still be enjoyed offline, and independently of the streaming service, albeit on a PC.