How to Recruit Enemies in River City Girls

Use former foes as awesome assist attacks One super cool feature of River City Girls is the ability to recruit your foes and use them as assists against their former comrades. To do this first you need to clear the room of all but one enemy. Then you need to knock them down with a … Continue reading

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River City Girls Review – Switch

The girls are back in town It’s the 30th anniversary of River City Ransom, a classic in its own right that you can actually play on switch through NES online. What better way to celebrate than a sequel to a little known spin off featuring Kunio-kun’s and his best friend Riki’s girlfriends brawling instead. O.M.G … Continue reading

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Better be Quick if You Want a Physical Copy of River City Girls

You only have till 27th September to preorder with Limited Run Games, then they will likely be gone forever. The physical edition also comes with a full colour instruction manual and a music CD. River City Girls is made by Wayforward and is a freaking fun beat ’em up worthy of a purchase here from … Continue reading

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River City Girls has a Recruit System. Use Enemies as Assists

River City Girls is coming soon, 5th September in fact and developers Wayforward are slowly wafting over the smell of their delectable beat ’em up treat as they announce that if one enemy is left on screen they’ll beg for mercy, you can then recruit them and use them as an assist attack against their … Continue reading

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Shantae 5 is now “Shantae and the Seven Sirens”

The next entry in Wayforward’s much beloved Shantae Series has received it’s official title this week as “Shantae and the Seven Sirens” with it formally known only as Shantae 5. Announced back in March 2019, Shantae and the Seven Sirens is coming to Nintendo Switch and joining Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse and Shantae: Half-Genie Hero already available on the system.

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Learn about the history of River City Ransom (Kunio-Kun) with Wayforward

River City Girls is coming really soon and I’m excited, obviously I’m not the only one because Wayforward who are developing River City Girls have composed a history of the River City franchise. I love learning about games history and Wayforward have done an amazing job, only missing out Kunio-kuns greatest adventure, Nintendo World Cup … Continue reading

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NS Review – Shantae: Half Genie Hero

It’s been a strong couple of years for Shantae since the release of Pirate’s Curse in 2014: she was one of the front runners in the Super Smash Bros 4 ballot; indie-party game Runbow introduced her as a DLC character in October 2016; Pirate’s Curse and Risky’s Revenge received a limited physical release; as of this year they’re both available on almost all … Continue reading

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The EPIC Indie Wii U eShop July 2015 Sale!

It has begun ladies and gentlemen. This month a healthy dollop of Indie will be diced down to bite-sized prices as long as you’ve tasted one of the flavours on offer before…     The press release states: Independent studios from the United States, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Germany and Netherlands have united for an epic … Continue reading

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NS Review – Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse (Wii U)

Do animated pirates float your boat? How about pixellated belly dancing genies hmm? Do they rub your lamp the right way? Are you enjoying this suggestive set of questioning? Here’s hoping or else a fair amount of the stylistic weight and innuendos from Shantae’s third outing will be lost on you. First came the Game … Continue reading

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Studios Bound To Take Over The Nintendo eShop

I was a very heavy supporter of the DSiWare digital download service around the time when the DSi launched in North America back in April 2009. I’ve noticed the stand-outs, the stinkers and the underrated content that has been released so for the service. So I thought… I was probably the best guy to tell … Continue reading

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