Shredder's Revenge is like a time machine that brings back uncomplicated retro beating fun.
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Evil Dead shines with fan service, but at least in the release version it still has some decisive quirks.
Excellently playable console wrestling, but it suffers from very outdated technology.
Successful remake of an unusual classic, but you have to get involved in it.
Streets of Rage 4 is a declaration of love to Sega's spanking classic and skillfully transports the game principle into the modern age.
Daymare: 1998 is old school survival horror, but it would have needed a lot more fine-tuning
Dreamlike conclusion of the series: Nathan Drake's greatest and most beautiful adventure should not be missing in any game collection.
Successful remaster of a great game: Even after 23 years, Doom 64 still plays incredibly fresh.
A great collection of perfectly emulated and still fascinating action classics that you should definitely have played.
The best Mortal Kombat to date: bloodthirsty spanking fun with immense scope, but also extreme grind.
WWE wrestling after proven recipe, that this time feels surprisingly fresh.
Not so good at all - the pixel fight with Bud and Terence scores with original soundtracks, but is otherwise a bad choice.
Mad Max catches the style of the template well, but relies too much on the proven and fails in the long-term motivation.
Wonderful Shooter, that stages a serious subject with a lot of humor.
You can tell the wrestling giant his age, but real WWE fans will certainly have their fun.
Bloody retro shooter with deficits in control, along with friends but quite fun.
Spin-off of the Uncharted series with female main characters, exciting story and well-measured action.
A cross-section through Rare's company history developed with a lot of passion - with significantly more highs than lows.