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  1. Tempest 2000 is a pretty great time, but it's time for a new version of Tempest for a new generation. Rather than having a Tempest clone on the PS4, Atari instead chose to have the devs behind Txk, Llamasoft, work on an official Tempest game instead. The result is Tempest 4000... but how does it stack up?
  2. LactobacillusPrime

    Mark Plays.... Nex Machina (PC)(60fps)

    A quick go at Nex Machina a new multiplatform (PC and PS4) twin stick shooter similar to Robotron/Bezerk/Expendable thrown in a blender with a hint of mint... Best viewed at 60fps. I easily would give this 10/10 but you do need to be prepared for trial and error and getting ready to die quite a bit in order to fully enjoy it. You need to learn to navigate certain screens so there's strategy, and learning involved as well. Enjoy.
  3. Tower 57 is available on PC (Stream, GOG.com), PS4 and the Next Gen Amigas developed by Pixwerk & published by 11 bit studios. It's a retro looking twin stick shooter where cooperation is important and you control a 3 headed task force. You need to complete tasks and and missions. It's a modern take on what old Amiga games used to look like. Chaos Engine from the Bitmap brothers comes to mind, as well as SmashTV. It features an isometric 16-bit pixel graphics style, has wonderful music that goes well with the game. It is best played with a controller that has two analog buttons, two shoulder buttons and triggers as well as four action buttons: ala xbox, xbox360, DualShock Playstation controllers or Logitech rumblepad controllers. In this video I try the game for the first time, it's not my most talkative first impressions video but I was just in awe of the game. Score: 8/10 P.S. They're also working on a Linux version!
  4. LactobacillusPrime

    Mark Plays....HyperSentinel (PC)(Steam)

    Hyper Sentinel, a retro gaming inspired shoot 'em up for Steam, PS4, Xbox One, Android and iOS. More information here: http://www.hypersentinel.com If you like Uridium or other side scrolling shooters from the good old days like Defender or more modern side scrolling shooters like Resogun on the PS4 - then this might be for you. The game shown in this video is purchased with my own funds. The opinion voiced in this video is my own. I am not sponsored by anyone to make this video. This video is not screened by anyone else but me before uploading this video. Score: 8/10
  5. Eastasiasoft has been making a great effort to produce a number of awesome physical versions to many independent games worldwide, often with lavish collector's editions. In this episode of Mudprints unboxes, we're taking a look at the Dimension Drive Limited Edition from 2Awesome
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