Platformer, PlayStation 3, PS Vita, Reviews, Side Scroller, Sony
RipTen Review: Guacamelee!

In reviewing games, I’ve played a lot of them, ranging from incredibly good to absolutely terrible. Having played all those more…

Puzzle, Reviews, Side Scroller, Wii U
RipTen Review: Trine 2 Director’s Cut (Wii U)

It seems that the only Wii U titles I’ve played so far are ports of games that have appeared on other platforms. Some of them more…

3DS, Action, Reviews, Side Scroller
RipTen Review: Code of Princess (3DS)

If there’s one thing I can always count on Atlus for, it’s unique, content-rich experiences that are just different enough more…

News, Side Scroller, Stealth, Steam, XBL Arcade
Become a Ninja on Steam with Mark of the Ninja Next Month

It’s no secret around here how impressive Klei Entertainment’s Mark of the Ninja has been.  Despite its strange release on more…

Action, Features, Reviews, Side Scroller, Sports, XBL Arcade, Xbox 360
RipTen Review: Joe Danger 2: The Movie (XBLA)

I write this in pain. My hands are gnarled; permanently warped into the shape of my Xbox 360 controller. Each letter typed is more…

Action, Features, Reviews, Side Scroller
RipTen Review: Double Dragon Neon (XBLA)

There are a lot of ways to bring a classic franchise to contemporary gamers. Some choose to simply go the “pixel perfect” more…

Well, competing against yourself, *plus* all the things trying to kill you.
PlayStation 3, PS Vita, PSN, PSP, Reviews, Side Scroller
RipTen Review Double Bill: Chopper I and The Next Space (PS Minis)

Every generation of consoles has had its go-to genre; the style of game every developer will eventually touch on because a.) more…

Reviews, Side Scroller, XBL Arcade, Xbox 360
RipTen Review: Spelunky (XBLA)

Few games can keep me playing if I find myself dying too frequently and too easily.  Yet, I hit restart for the 20th time. more…

Reviews, Side Scroller, Xbox 360
RipTen Review: Akai Katana (Xbox 360)

Some game developers have a signature style that makes their titles instantly recognizeable from afar, and Cave is most more…

Features, Platformer, Side Scroller, Video
Stuff That Never Gets Old: Super Meat Boy vs. Tupac

In case you missed this gem when we published a story about it last year, what you are about to witness is perhaps the more…

PlayStation 3, Previews, PS Vita, Puzzle, Side Scroller, Video
Developer Preview: Doctor Who and the Eternity Clock

In case you weren’t already, it’s now officially time to get excited for Doctor Who and the Eternity Clock from more…

Action, Reviews, Side Scroller, XBL Arcade, Xbox 360
RipTen Review: Fable Heroes (XBLA)

Right now, the Fable series is in a little bit of turmoil. The franchise started strong on the Xbox, but as time went on, more…

DS, News, Side Scroller
Thundercats on the Loose This Fall on Nintendo DS

Remember Thundercats? Yeah, sure you do. Back in the ’80s, a lot of you were probably enthralled by the adventures more…

Action, Reviews, Side Scroller, Xbox 360
RipTen Review: Bytown Lumberjack (Xbox Live Indie Game)

Bytown Lumberjack is a bloody mess, just like it is intended; the problem is that it is not much more. The title is an Indie more…

Platformer, PS Vita, PSN, Reviews, Side Scroller
RipTen Review: ‘Sumioni: Demon Arts’ (PS Vita)

I would love to go on and on about Sumioni: Demon Arts.  Designed by Acquire and published by XSEED, the game is a modern more…