Tag Archives: Twin-stick Shooter

Ant Workshop announces Dead End Job for Xbox One

Ant Workshop have announce their new game, Dead End Job, will be coming to Xbox One in February 2018, and it’ll be publicly playable for the first time at EGX Rezzed in London later this month. Dead End Job merges the frantic, addictive, highly replayable gameplay of a procedurally generated twin-stick shooter with the iconic […]

AIPD Review

AIPD, or Artificial Intelligence Police Department is a twin stick shooter that is surprisingly good fun. I’ll admit that at first I was expecting a story based shooter, but it turns out that I would be playing a flashier Geometry Wars. AIPD has been developed on the Unreal 4 Engine and it looks great. If you […]

Crimsonland review

In modern gaming there seems to be a divide in what is expected from games today. On one side you have the Hollywood-esque tours de force of exposition and plot that defenders of the gaming past time oft quote as the reason gaming is not just for children, but should be treated as a mature, […]

Tachyon Project review

Tachyon Project’s familiar twin-stick shooting action incorporates a few new tricks to make the genre feel little fresher, but a few missteps take its toll to make the fun dwindle quickly. Indeed, Tachyon Project’s first impression is promising. Partly animated cartoon sequences present a story of two programmers developing a self-learning hacking program that they […]

Ultratron review

The twin-stick shooter genre is a path well-travelled on the Xbox platforms, with these typically highly challenging titles being an alluring game to twitch reaction players and pixel perfect performers, all vying for those hard to achieve achievements and those precious top spots on leaderboards. Ultratron is a little different, bringing a couple of refreshing […]