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The Gamer’s Lounge is going to be having a summer blacklog community contest. The summer is the perfect time to play some games that have been sitting on the shelf or on the hard drive for the last year or so. Put away that next gen AAA title and fire up something from a few years ago or from 20 years ago.
The PlayStation 4’s the most successful console of this generation so far, but what will keep players coming back to the PS4 as their main console? With The Order: 1886 mostly not living up to expectations and the debacle of Drive Club’s online multiplayer, Sony have quite a bit to do to win back the fans’ trust. Bloodborne‘s a good start, but these games might help too.
Developer Puppygames shows it's love for classic arcade twitch game play. Much like Titan Attacks before it, Ultratron is a throwback to a classic, this time Robotron. in an ultimate quest for a "kill-em-all" level of revenge, you blast away at aliens until one succumbs to the other. The retro feel of the graphics pull you back to the time when you just needed that one more quarter.
Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure has been on American shores before some eight years ago. Recently, it made it's way to PC digital platforms. The quirky art style and dedication to the core of an action RPG allow for some lighthearted fun to be had by all. A spunky heroine with a unique weapon fights mysterious phantoms to save a friendly monster town. You know the drill: click in to see if this game is worth your time.
Denis Murphy writes- It was 1991 and I was six. For my birthday that year my parents decided to get me some Lego, but not real LEGO like real people buy, no, this was knock-off Lego. I forget the name of the brand, but it was called something like “Blox”. Regardless though, they looked exactly like Lego's, but only bigger. They say standing on a LEGO piece in your bare feet is the worse pain you'll ever experience as a child, and yeah that's pretty accurate.
"Marvelous Entertainment’s Senran Kagura: Estival Versus is a very risque title. It features lots of scantily clad women with large bosoms that bounce generously. The game doesn’t shy away from very fleshy transformation sequences where only the naughty bits are lightly obscured. It’s the ultimate tease and titillate but don’t touch and taste beat-‘em-up game. Well, Twitch isn’t having it… none of it."
So sue me, but I just love the LEGO video game formula, and I just can’t get enough of the addictive smash and build gameplay that each one offers. The latest offering can only be found on handhelds, but that doesn’t keep it from being a fully featured and supremely entertaining entry into the Traveller’s Tales’ impressive stable of LEGO games.
Denis Murphy writes- I generally hate visuals novels. I ranted about this last September during my review of Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, the PS Vita game that placed you as a student in a school that had to get away with murder- literally. Despite my general disdain for visual novels (like really, why not just read a book!?) I quite enjoyed Danganronpa 2.
Join The Gamer’s Lounge and take a look at a game that is great for weekend gaming. As part of an ongoing feature, The Gamer's Lounge is taking a look at games that are 5-15 hours in length. The latest edition to our list of weekend games is CounterSpy, a fun 2.5D Stealth Platformer for PSN