Tag Archive: ratalaika games

Neon Junctions review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Portal on the most shoestring budget imaginable.

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Back in 1995 review for PS4, PC, PS Vita, Switch, Xbox One

Maybe this game should have stayed in 1995.

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Devious Dungeon 2 review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

I think we’re a clone now.

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Bird Game + review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

An endless flyer that never leaves the ground.

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Iron Snout review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

This little piggy went to kick some butt.

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Zeroptian Invasion review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

How badly do you need another Space Invaders clone in your life?

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Metagal review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

If Mega Man didn’t exist, Metagal probably wouldn’t either.

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Peasant Knight review for PS Vita, PS4, Switch

Speed-running made easy.

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Super Weekend Mode review for PS Vita, PS4, Switch, Xbox One

Shooting bad guys, catching hearts, and bumping off bunnies.

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I and Me review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

More fun than getting a cat into a carrier.

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Daggerhood review for PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, Switch

A solid choice for anyone in the mood to play an old-school platformer that doesn’t seem to want to punish you just for playing it.

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Heroes Trials review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

No more, Heroes.

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Stay review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Should you Stay or should you go?

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I Am The Hero review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Pining for the days when beat-’em-ups were king? So is I Am The Hero.

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FullBlast review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

A by-the-numbers shmup.

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Jack N’ Jill DX review for PS Vita

A solid but super short retro-style puzzle platformer worth jumping into.

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Tetra’s Escape review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Turns out the distance from Tetris to puzzle-platformer isn’t as far as you’d think.

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