Review: Crypt of the Necrodancer

It’s been a bit since my last review, but I’m back to write some more. This week’s review is another indie title that incorporates rogue-like elements into a top-down dungeon crawler (big shock), but with a twist: you must move to the beat or face defeat. From Brace Yourself Games, it’s Crypt of the Necrodancer, let’s go!   This game is, as mentioned, a rogue-like dungeon crawling game, much like Rogue, but Necrodancer incorporates elements from rhythm games, such that everything must be done in time to the music. Play as Cadence, a young girl looking for answers in an…

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Review: Enter the Gungeon

This week’s review is for something special on part of its premise alone: a shooting game where the enemy is actual bullets. Not just the bullets being fired at you, but the fact that those bullets were fired BY bullets. For the ultimate irony, it’s Enter the Gungeon.   Enter the Gungeon is a rouge-like bullet-hell twin-stick shooter, for those who know the jargon, on Steam by Devolver Digital. For those of you who don’t know what those terms mean, twin-stick shooter means the main control scheme is through a game pad or controller with two analog sticks, one for…

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