Oafmatch is not a bad game but it could've been so much more had there been a few improves to the games systems to mix up the formula. Along with the lack of real feedback to the player, Oafmatch is a hard one to recommend. It's a good match-three game just don't expect to see this one through to the end.
Seeing Impact Winter through to the end will be a struggle in itself. It is a shame that Impact Winter is filled with both bugs and design problems as at it's core there are the makings of a brilliant title. For now though it is one to avoid unless you are willing to deal with the problems.
Fictorum deliveries on the promises it makes and is an enjoyable experience. It might look and feel a bit dated don't let that put you off what is a brilliant title. If you can get yourself lost in it's spellcasting and shaping mechanic then you will find a lot of fun to be had.
Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash is arguably the best game in the series so far. With it's fast paced, movement focused gameplay and the wealth of content available to a player you will find something to keep you entertained. It isn't a perfect game and of course it is not going to be for everyone but for those who are looking for a fun and addictive shooter look no further then Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash.
Blue Reflection is one of the few times where I would say that it would work better as an anime rather than a game. It has a lot of good ideas and systems at work but sadly none of them are fully developed and poor performance ruins the experience.
The Superfluous has a number of interesting ideas and gameplay mechanics, thought none of them feel polished or refined enough to make the title stand out. The few systems in place that are engaging are sadly not so for very long, and as a whole, The Superfluous is a title that can easily be overlooked.
Beyond the impressive visuals and large collection of different Gundam units featured in the game there is not much else going for this title. Gundam Versus is an interesting title that will tick all the boxes for any fan of the series but sadly does not feel like a complete package that is lacking in reliability and content.
Neon Chrome is a brilliant title that has plenty of content packed into it with well-designed gameplay mechanics at work to give players a solid title. Though playing in docked mode has a number of minor issues that can be overlooked, the game is a blast to play in handheld mode. If you are looking for an engaging and challenging title you and pick up and play on the go then look no further than Neon Chrome.
Whether you are a serious fan of bullet hell games or new to the genre, Raiden V: Director's Cut is a great place to start. It offers easy to play, but hard to master gameplay and some great moments throughout and lives up to the series name!
The focus may be on you and your avatar but sadly Sword Art Online Fatal Bullet relies too heavily on it's source material and won't let you leave the shadow of the series protagonist. Repetitive gameplay, undeveloped systems and a story that is forgettable leave this entry in the series rather disappointing.