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TL;DR(eview) – Super Time Force Ultra is an enjoyable and highly inventive addition to the shoot ’em up genre. A wide array of characters allows for an abundance of replayability through the game’s levels, even if those levels are somewhat limited in number.
TL;DR(eview-In-Progress): Incredible gameplay and mechanics allow for exciting and tense stealth action and/or firefights, without too much of the (in)famously complex and crazy narrative to drive away newcomers to the franchise.
TL;DR(eview) – Mega Man is as glitchy as it was on the NES by design to preserve the feel of those games. A love letter to fans of the series that could easily frustrate newcomers and veterans alike, as modern gaming has become much more likely to hold your hand.
TL;DR(eview) – Adventures of Pip is a charming platformer inspired by and drawing from the best of the NES and SNES eras. A good buy if you enjoy 2D-era games of the genre.