Graham, Alex and Marsh revel in the dopamine hit of spook-’em-shmup, Vampire Survivors, grumble about Halo Infinite, cultivate occult vegetables in Strange Horticulture and use children as ammunition in Fuga: Melodies of Steel.
- Starting out strong, it’s Robotron with Ghosts and Upgrades, aka, Vampire Survivors. And why not? Also playable in your browser.
- There may actually too much Halo: Infinite. If only they could have warned us somehow – say, in the title.
- Confoundingly unmysterious plant puzzler Strange Horticulture
- Namechecked: recent mystery games with young buff versions of famous detectives: Sherlock Holmes: Chapter One and the badly titled Agatha Christie – Hercule Poirot: The First Cases which, according to this dev diary has invented a new moustache.
- Tank tactics trapped in an insipid anime about dog nazis: it’s the also-terribly-titled Fuga: Melodies of Steel, which is part of the “Little Tail Bronx” series, of which there are four, including Solatorobo: Red The Hunter on Nintendo DS. Thanks, Wikipedia.
- That’s it! No more mediocrity for you until you finish your plate!
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