Typoman Revised Review

Every once in a while, I enjoy a nice puzzle game to mix things up from the more intense games out there.  Typoman is a 2D puzzle platformer by the guys at Brainseed Factory. The goal of the game is to solve word puzzles to proceed to the next area.  Basically, you have to rearrange the letters to form new words.  These words might be commands or work as shields against things that will kill you in the game.  The words are never random, so just take some time to think about what you need to do.  For example, you might be faced with a gate, so you will need to spell out open.  Previously, the indie game had only been available digitally, so it would have never been something I would consider playing before.


Therefore, I had never heard of Typoman before Limited Run announced that they were going to publish it, so all I had to go by was a trailer on YouTube.  I’m happy to report that Typoman was better than expected.  During the early stages of the game I wasn’t sure if I was going to like the game, but it quickly grew on me.  In hindsight most of the puzzles are not that hard; they just take some time to think them through.  I would say, once players get use to the patterns things get easier.  That’s not to say that all the puzzles are easy.  Some of the later puzzles are actually kind of hard and takes some out of the box thinking.  But, don’t be discouraged from enjoying the game.  There’s plenty of guides online if you get stuck, but I do encourage you to try them on your own first. Like I said earlier, Typoman is also a platformer so expect to be jumping, swinging and running away from enemies on top of the puzzles.  You should also be careful of spelling negative words like evil, hate and fear.  When you spell these words they morph into demons that try to kill you.  You can also spell the word lie which transforms into a little creature.  You can combine this little creature with the demons and other words to form new words.  That’s where you have to think a little outside the box.  Sometimes you will not have all the needed letters to form the word you need, so you might have to do some combining to form new letters.



Most of the meat of the game is in the gameplay, so don’t expect a huge story.  That’s not to say that the story is completely missing, but it’s light.  Most of the story is told through visuals, music and quotes you can find throughout the game.  I liked the music for the most part, but some of the score sounded like static, which was painful to listen to.  That being said, I think that was the developers intentions.  The quotes on the other hand, were almost like in game collectibles, so it added a little more to the gameplay.  It was fun finding all the quotes and I really enjoyed reading each one.  In fact, when you put all the quotes together they formed a story.  Choosing to include quotes was an interesting choice by the developers and they helped filled in some of the gaps about the game’s plot.  It’s up to the player in the end to figure out how they want to interpret the quotes, but I think the quotes reinforce the idea that the main character is metaphorically trying to escape Hell.  But, in reality he is really escaping Nazi occupied Europe, which would be Hell.  That’s just theory, but I could be wrong.  I would be interested to learn what my readers thought of the game in the comment section.


Overall, Typoman was a fun and challenging experience even though it was short.  If you don’t get stuck too often it will probably take you around one to two hours to complete.  Typoman gets four out of five typo stars.

Typoman is sold out from Limited Run but you can find it on eBay for $30 or less.

Arcade Classics: Mini Rampage Arcade Unboxing


I just saw the Rampage movie this past weekend, so I had to do an unboxing and review of the Arcade Classics Rampage Mini Arcade from Midway. This is a Walmart exclusive, but they are very easy to find in store as of the time of uploading this unboxing. I personally liked the Rampage film, but don’t go into the theater expecting an award winning film.  If you do that you will have fun with the film.  That being said, it was good for what it was, just like this mini arcade.  It is good for what it is! A inexpensive mini arcade with a full game inside it, which is a nice collectible to have. I’m sure this mini arcade will bring back many memories for most of you.

Top 10 Most Popular Limited Run Games Released So Far

I’ve been a fan of Limited Run Games since their second release and early last year I decided to create a Facebook group dedicated to Limited Run Games and other indie publishers who release physical version of video games.
The Limited Run Games Fan Club Facebook Group is a community of gamers who love physical released video games, especially low print and rare games. This is a list of the top 10 most popular Limited Run Games released so far according to the Limited Run Games Fan Club.
If your favorite game didn’t make this list put it down in the comments.

God of War Limited Edition PS4 Pro

Sony has finally revealed the details and release date of the God of War PS4 Pro.   The console was a rumor for quite a while, and it will finally hit store shelves April 20th.

Includes a fully customized PS4 Pro console inspired by Kratos’s Axe, a Leviathan Gray DUALSHOCK 4 controller with insignia, God of War game on Blu-Ray disc, and digital content.

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Oddworld: New N’ Tasty Review

There’s an entire generation that grew up playing the Oddworld games on PS1, so Oddworld: New N’ Tasty is a nostalgic trip to countless gamers.  What makes New N’ Tasty so nostalgic to so many people is that New N’ Tasty is a remake of Abe’s Oddysee from the PS1 days.  I on the other hand, had never experienced any of the Oddworld games before New N’ Tasty.  See, I was too busy playing Crash Bandicoot during the PlayStation One days, but I’m glad I finally had a chance to play an Oddworld game, because it was a ton of fun.


Just in case you have never played an Oddworld game before, it’s a platformer that takes place on an alien planet.  The goal of the game is to escape Rupture Farms and save your fellow Mudokons from the Glukkons.  AKA, the bad guys who want to eat you and your friends.  That’s pretty much the story in a nutshell, but don’t get me wrong I definitely enjoyed the story.  It even gave me a few laughs and was pretty engaging.  Overall, I’ll give the story 4/5 stars.


The gameplay is what you expect from your typical platforming game, so solving puzzles and timing your jumps are important factors in successfully completing each level.  Furthermore, as you progress through the game, you will unlock new abilities, which adds some extra fun to the game.  My only objection with the gameplay was the controls didn’t always do what I wanted them to do.  Sometimes I wanted to jump to the left, but Abe jumped up instead and other times the controls were too sensitive causing Abe to go too far, which resulted in Abe stepping on a mine.  I guess that was just part of the game, so it just added to the challenge.

Considering that timing is so important, the game can get very difficult at times.  Trust me, you will die countless times.  I lost track of how many times I died, but hard games are the most rewarding when you finish them.  That being said, completing this game is going to give you a sense of accomplishment. Overall, gameplay is a solid 4.5/5 stars.

Bottom Line:

Oddworld: New N’ Tasty is a really fun game that nailed great platforming fun.  Now, whether you want to download it or buy the physical version that’s up to you.  I don’t regret buying it and I’m glad it’s in my collection.  I do on the other hand, recommend that everyone who enjoys platformers give New N’ Tasty a try, even if it’s a digital version.  New N’ Tasty gets a 4.25/5 overall rating.


Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee

Limited Run Games had another big release today with their physical release of Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee on PlayStation Vita.  Unfortunately, things didn’t go so well for many hopeful collectors. Limited Run had a Collector’s Edition and a Standard Edition Of the game, but neither one lasted more than a minute.

The game had a fairly decent print run, with 2,000 and 3,000 units, respectively.  The good news is that there is still a small glimmer of hope.  You can open up a support ticket and get on the publisher’s waiting list.  Now, this is a very slim chance, but it’s still a chance.

Limited Run sets a limited to how many copies each person can buy, and it looks like many people broke this limited.  It’s too bad we get some bad apples in this hobby that try to ruin it for everyone else.  I have been successful at getting myself a copy of every Limited Run release that I wanted, but this week was different.  Oh well, you can’t get them all.  But, like I said, some bad actors broke the rules so, that means that some of those copies will be back on their site for sale in the near future.  If you’re not lucky with the waiting list, your only other option is eBay.  It’s unfortunate, but when a product is both popular and limited you can’t really stop the scalpers.  It’s almost like a double edge sword.  You want a company like Limited Run to do well, but the more their popularity grows the harder it will become to secure a copy for their hotter releases.


PlayStation 4 English Game List

The PlayStation 4 has a ton of games out for the system, but it may be a little tricky knowing exactly what’s on it.  I hope this resource helps collector’s discover new English games in their region and others. This is not a complete list, but I plan to update it as time passes.  You’ll find US store exclusive, games from indie publishers, PAL exclusives, and Asian exclusives on this list.  I wouldn’t consider all these games rare, but there are a lot of rare games in this list.  You’ll also find uncommon games and slightly hard to find games here.

NTSC-U/Limited Releases-Exclusives

  • ABZU (Gamestop)
  • Big Buck Hunter Arcade (Wal-mart Exclusive)
  • City Skylines (GameStop)
  • Construction (GameStop)
  • Deformers (Gamestop Exclusive, TBA)
  • Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour (Gamestop Exclusive)
  • Gang Beats (Iam8bit)
  • Gravity Rush Remastered (Amazon Exclusive)
  • Hyper Light Drifter (Iam8bit)
  • Killing Floor 2 (GameStop)
  • Kromaia (GameStop)
  • Los Caballeros Del Zodiaco Alma De Soldados (Mexico)
  • Monster Jam: Crush It! (Wal-mart Exclusive)
  • MotoGP17 (GameStop)
  • Retro City Rampage DX (Two versions, VBlank Exclusive)
  • Rez: Infinite (iam8bit)
  • Secret of Mana (GameStop)
  • Shadow Warrior 2 (Special Reserves Games)
  • The Sexy Brutale: Full House Edition (GameStop)
  • Song of the Deep (Gamestop Exclusive)
  • Strafe (Special Reserves Games)
  • Unbox Newbie’s Adventure (GameStop)
  • Undertale (FanGamer)
  • What Remains of Edith Finch (Iam8bit)
  • Wild Guns: Reloaded
  • World Poker Championship (GameStop)

Limited Run Games:

Spine # LRG # Game Title STD VAR VAR2 COL
LR-P01 LRG-002 Saturday Morning RPG Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P02 LRG-004 Oddworld New N Tasty Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P03 LRG-006 Futuridium EP Delux Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P04 LRG-008 Xeodrifter Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P05 LRG-010 Octodad: Dadliest Catch Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P06 LRG-012 Lost Sea Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P07 LRG-014 Breach & Clear: Deadline Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P08 LRG-016 Rainbow Moon Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P09 LRG-017 Shadow Compex Remastered Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P10 LRG-018 Dragon Fantasy: Black Tome of Ice Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P11 LRG-020 Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P12 LRG-022 Thomas Was Alone Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P13 LRG-024 Shantae: Risky’s Revenge N/A N/A
LR-P14 LRG-025 Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse Y N/A N/A
LR-P15 LRG-026 Stealt Inc: A Clone in the Dark Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P16 LRG-030 Lone Survivor: Directors Cut Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P17 LRG-032 Firewatch Y N/A N/A
LR-P18 LRG-034 Curses N Chaos Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P19 LRG-036 Aqua Kitty DX Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P20 LRG-037 Oxenfree Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P21 LRG-038 The Swapper Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P22 LRG-040 The Swindle Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P23 LRG-042 Dear Esther Landmark Edition Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P24 LRG-044 Runner 2 Y Y N/A N/A
LR-P25 LRG-046 Nova-111 Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P26 LRG-047 Pang Adventures Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P27 LRG-048 Dariusburst: Chronicle Saviours N/A N/A
LR-P28 LRG-049 Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P29 LRG-051 Astebreed Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P30 LRG-052 Drive! Drive! Drive! Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P31 LRG-054 Mutant Mudds Deluxe Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P32 LRG-056 Mutant Mudds Super Challenge Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P33 LRG-058 Risk of Rain Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P34 LRG-059 Flinthook Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P35 LRG-060 Broken Age N/A N/A Y
LR-P36 LRG-062 Furi: Definitive Edition Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P37 LRG-064 Bard’s Gold Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P38 LRG-067 The Bunker Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P39 LRG-068 Rive Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P40 LRG-070 Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P41 LRG-072 Plague Road Y N/A N/A
LR-P42 LRG-073 Wonder Boy: The Dragons Trap Y N/A Y
LR-P43 LRG-074 Night Trap: 25th Anniversary Edition N/A Y
LR-P44 LRG-075 NeuroVoider Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P45 LRG-076 Jotun: Valhalla Edition Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P46 LRG-077 Lili: Child of Geos Y N/A N/A Y
LR-P47 LRG-078 N++ Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P48 LRG-080 Asdivine Hearts Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P49 LRG-082 Ys Origins Y
LR-P50 LRG-083 Flame in the Flood Y N/A N/A
LR-P51 LRG-084 Caladrius Blaze Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P52 LRG-085 Absolute Drift: Zen Edition Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P53 LRG-086 Chariot Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P54 LRG-087 Mecho Tales Y N/A N/A
LR-P55 LRG-089 Crawl Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P56 LRG-090 Nex Machina Y N/A
LR-P57 LRG-092 Windjammers Y N/A N/A
LR-P58 LRG-097 Skullgirls 2nd Encore Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P60 LRG-099 Rock Boshers Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P61 LRG-102 Claire: Extended Cut Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P62 LRG-103 River City Melee N/A Y
LR-P63 LRG-104 Double Dragon IV N/A Y
LR-P64 LRG-105 2064 Read Only Memories Y N/A
LR-P65 LRG-106 Super Gun World 2 Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P66 LRG-107 Yesterday Origins Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P68 LRG-110 Revenant Saga N/A N/A N/A
LR-P69 LRG-112 The Bit.Trip N/A N/A N/A
LR-P70 LRG-114 Screen Cheat N/A N/A N/A
LR-P72 LRG-118 Croixleur Sigma Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P74 LRG-122 Factotum 90 Y N/A N/A
LR-P75 LRG-124 Metronomicon N/A N/A N/A
LR-P77 LRG-128 Home Y N/A N/A N/A
LR-P78 LRG-116 Skyforce Y N/A N/A N/A
Spine # LRG # Game Title STD VAR VAR2 COL
N/A N/A LawBreakers Y N/A N/A
N/A N/A Absolver Y N/A N/A N/A
N/A N/A Strafe Y N/A N/A N/A
N/A N/A Shadow Warrior 2 Y N/A N/A N/A
Spine # LRG # Game Title STD VAR VAR2 COL
Upcoming Upcoming Rabi-Ribi ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Cosmic Star Heroine ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Nuclear Throne ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Salt and Sactuary ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Yiik: A Postmodern RPG ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Dragon Fantasy: Volumes of Waste ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Fault Milestone One ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming World End Economica ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Narcissu: 10th Anniversary Anthology ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Forma.8 ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Battle Princess Madelyn ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Tharsis ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Sundered ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Mages of Mystralia ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Mercenary Kings ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Aaero ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Kero Blaster ??? ??? ???
Upcoming Upcoming Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight ??? ??? ???
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Upcoming Upcoming Layers of Fear ??? ??? ???

NTSC-U/Indie List

  • Adam’s Venture Origins
  • Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders
  • Alekhine’s Gun
  • Among the Sleep
  • Aragami
  • Assault Suit Leynos
  • Awesomenauts Assemble
  • Battle Worlds: Kronos
  • Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
  • Carmageddon: Max Damage
  • Deponia (out 12/1)
  • Dungeons 2
  • Earth’s Dawn
  • Ether One
  • Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Evolved (NTSC-Only)
  • Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams Directors Cut
  • Helldivers
  • King’s Quest: The Complete Collection
  • Kromaia: Omega
  • Legend of Kay Anniversary
  • Lichdom: Battlemage
  • Lumo
  • Marvel Pinball: Epic Collection Vol. 1 (out in November)
  • Natural Doctrine
  • N.E.R.O : Nothing Ever Remains Obscure
  • OlliOlli: Epic Combo Edition
  • Overcooked (out 11/15)
  • Prison Architect
  • Pure Chess
  • Pure Hold’em World Poker Championship
  • Pure Pool
  • Putty Squad
  • Republique
  • Reus
  • Shantae: Half-Genie Hero (out in December)
  • Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments
  • Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter
  • Shovel Knight
  • Steamworld Collection
  • Stern Pinball Arcade (out in November, NTSC-Only)
  • Stick it to the Man
  • Super Dungeon Bros.
  • Teslagrad
  • Terraria
  • The Book of Unwritten Tales 2
  • The Last Tinker: City of Colors
  • The Pinball Arcade
  • The Talos Principle
  • Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops
  • Toki Tori 2 Plus
  • Tumblestone
  • Ziggurat
  • Zombie Army Trilogy
  • Zombie Vikings: Ragnarok Edition

NTSC-U Exclusive Physical Retail Releases (some of these fall in the above lists)

  • ABZU (Date TBA, PAL release unknown)
  • Atari Flashback Classics: Volume 1
  • Atari Flashback Classics: Volume 2
  • Brunswick Pro Bowling
  • Cabela’s African Adventures
  • Dead Rising HD
  • Dead Rising 2 HD
  • Duck Dynasty
  • Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour
  • Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions Evolved
  • King’s Quest: The Complete Collection
  • Mega Man Legacy Collection
  • MLB 14: The Show
  • MLB 15: The Show
  • MLB 16: The Show
  • RBI Baseball 16
  • Resident Evil 4 HD
  • Resident Evil 5 HD
  • Resident Evil 6 HD
  • Stern Pinball Arcade (out in November)
  • Toy Soldiers: War Chest Hall of Fame Edition
  • Tumble stone
  • Wild Guns: Reloaded (Date TBA, PAL release unknown)

PAL/Limited Releases-Exclusives

  • Atrapa la Bandera (Spain only)
  • Der Industrie Gigant II HD (Germany only, out in December)
  • Silence (Germany, out in December)
  • Tadeo Jones y el manuscrito perdido (Spain only)
  • Toro (Spain only, out of print)

PAL/Indie List (Limited to PAL region only, not NTSC)

  • 99 Vidas (Strictly Limited Games)
  • Anima: Gate of Memories
  • Bridge Constructor (out in November)
  • Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse
  • Deadlight Director’s Cut
  • Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow comes Today
  • Dex
  • Dino Dini’s Kick Off Revival
  • Earthlock (out in November)
  • Flockers
  • Ginger: Beyond the Crystal
  • Goat Simulator: The Bundle
  • Gryphon Knight Epic (Strictly Limited Games)
  • Heart and Slash
  • Here They Lie (PSVR)
  • Hustle Kings VR (PSVR)
  • Joe’s Diner
  • Kholat
  • Kyurinaga’s Revenge (out in November)
  • Mount and Blade Warband
  • Olli Olli 2: Welcome to Olliwood
  • Pineview Drive
  • Saint Seiya:Soldiers’ Soul
  • Slain: Back from Hell
  • Super Meat Boy
  • Super Stardust Ultra VR (PSVR)
  • Syberia 3 (out in December)
  • The Escapists
  • The Escapists: The Walking Dead Edition
  • The Pinball Arcade: Season 2
  • This War Of Mine: The Little Ones
  • Tokyo 42 (Strictly Limited Games)
  • Tower of Guns
  • Worms: Battlegrounds
  • Yasai Ninja
  • Yesterday Origins
  • Zenith

Other PAL-Exclusive Physical Retail Releases

  • Don Bradman Cricket
  • Don Bradman Cricket 17 (out in December)
  • Dream Fall Chapters: The Longest Journey
  • Forestry: The Simulation
  • Handball 16
  • Handball 17
  • Infamous: First Light
  • Journey: Collector’s Edition
  • Matterfall
  • MotoGP 15
  • Moto Racer 4
  • MX vs ATV Supercross Encore
  • Professional Farmer 2015
  • Professional Farmer 2017
  • Rugby Challenge 3
  • Rugby League Live 3
  • Rugby World Cup 2015
  • Space Hulk
  • Space Hulk: Ascension
  • Too Dark
  • Tour de France 2014
  • Tour de France 2015
  • Tour de France 2016
  • UEFA Euro 2016 (PES 2016 re-issue)
  • Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune Remastered (Out in November, Standalone)
  • Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Remastered (Out in November, Standalone)
  • Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception Remastered (Out in November, Standalone)
  • Warhammer 40,000: Deathwatch
  • Zombi


English Asian & Play-Asia Releases:

  • AereA (Play-Asia)
  • Alchemic Jousts (Play-Asia)
  • Bleed + Bleed 2 Bundle (Play-Asia)
  • Blue Rider (Play-Asia)
  • Caveman Warrior (Play-Asia)
  • Cursed Castilla Ex (Play-Asia)
  • Ghost Blade HD (Play-Asia
  • One More Dungeon (Play-Asia)
  • Rainbow Moon (Play-Asia)
  • Rainbow Skies (Play-Asia)
  • Reverie (Play-Asia)
  • Rive (Play-Asia)
  • Semispheres (Play-Asia)
  • Tachyon Project (Play-Asia
  • The Coma: Recut (Play-Asia)
  • Unepic (Play-Asia)
  • Vesta (Play-Asia)

Asian Exclusive Games With English Subtitles

  • Accel Worrld Vs. Sword Art Online
  • Alienation
  • Blue Rider
  • Bullet Girls Phantasia
  • Dead or Alive Etreme 3
  • Djax Respect
  •  Full Metal Panic! Fight! Who Dares Wins
  • Gintama Rumble
  • Girls Und Panzer: Dream Tank Match
  • Gundam Breaker 3
  • Hand Of Fate 2
  • Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Eyes Of Heaven
  • Kamen Rider: Climax Fighters
  • Majo To Hyakkihei Revival
  • No Heroes Allowed! VR
  • PaPappa The Rapper
  • Patapon
  •  Resident Evil Umbrella Corps
  • SD Gundam G Generation Genesis
  • Saint Seiya: Solders’ Soul
  • Shadow Of The Beast
  • Summer Lesson: Miyamoto Hikari Edition
  • Super Robot Wars OG: The Moon Dwellers
  • Super Robot Wars V
  • Super Robot Wars X
  • Taiko No Tatsujin: Drum Session!
  • Xuan-Yuan Sword: The Gate Of Firmament

PlayStation VR Headset Onsale This Week!

If you’ve been waiting for the right time to get a PlayStation VR Headset now might be the right time.  Starting today, February 18th through March 3rd Sony is discounting their headset.  I’ve experienced the PS VR and it truly puts you into another world.  Amazon is offering the PS VR Skyrim bundle for only $349.99, so that’s a $100 saving.   In this bundle you get the Headset, PS Camera, Move Controllers and Skyrim VR.

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Aqua Kitty UDX Review

I received a digital copy of Aqua Kitty UDX for The Nintendo Switch to write an honest review.  Aqua Kitty was originally published physically by Limited Run Games last year, but Aqua Kitty’s developer Tikipod, has stated that The Switch version might get a physical release only if there’s enough support for the game.  If the support is there Tikipod will approach a publisher.


The story is pretty simple, but you and the rest of the cats have gotten over your fear of water, and have decided to venture into the ocean to find more milk after an mysterious shortage.  You and the rest of Catkind must drill into the ocean bed to find more milk, but mechanical fish have other plans.



If you love 16-bit shoot em’ ups then you’ll feel right at home with Aqua Kitty UDX on The Switch.  The game is actually pretty challenging, and will take some trial and error before you get the hang of things, but that’s part of the fun.  It’s also important to strategize how you will complete each stage.

Thought each stage there will be a few different Power Ups after destroying certain enemies.  I would suggest to use these Power Ups wisely, because they never expire during the current stage. On top of the Power Ups, you have your primary gun and secondary turbo fire cannon, but your secondary cannon needs time to recharge, so strategize when using it.

What’s great about Aqua Kitty is that there’s three modes that the game offers, Classic, Arcade, and Dreadnought.  The good thing is that multiple modes add value to the game and offers their own unique gameplay and challenges.



This mode is your typical defender style shoot em’ up where the goal is to defend your fellow kitties from being abducted from killer mechanical fish.  I’m actually surprised at how much fun I was having and I didn’t realize how much time had passed.  Classic mode has 25 stages with a bonus “Infinite Espresso” stage that goes on forever.  The Infinite Espresso stage is good practice, because the stages get harder and harder as the game progresses.  This mode gets unlocked after beating the first Boss in Classic Mode (Level 4).  That being said, you’re going to die a lot, so have that strategy ready.



This Mode is very similar to Classic mode, but adds a Gradius-like upgrade shopping system that’s based around collecting green gems, which can be exchanged for upgrades.  Basically, the Arcade mode is just an upgrade from Classic mode.  I personally prefer this mode compared it to Classic mode.



In Dreadnought mode you and your fellow kitties go deep into Meowiana trench where you must destroy the enemy’s Dreadnought ship.  The first goal is to break down the body and defenses, which are just a bunch of blocks protecting the core. Once you’ve completed that, the core will open up.  Proceed with destroying the core to destroy the Dreadnought.  PS, Don’t forget to save your fellow kitties before doing this.  This was the most challenging mode to me, but don’t get discouraged and keep trying.  The great things about hard games is that you get a greater sense of accomplishment once they are completed.


Two Player Co-Op:

Considering that Aqua Kitty UDX is a little challenging, it’s a good thing that they have a two player Co-Op option.  All you need is a second controller and then you’re ready to go.


I love my achievements and I’m glad to report that you can collect achievements in Aqua Kitty UDX on The Switch.  Some people think they’re meaningless, but I view them as a fun way to add an extra challenge to the game and I always say that they are like getting a high score.

Bottom Line:

Aqua Kitty is a fun and challenging shoot em’ up with a unique spin on the genre that deserves a try.  I enjoyed this game more than I originally anticipated, so I give Aqua Kitty UDX four out of five glasses of milk.  Lastly, I just want to mention that if this game was a given a physical release I would not have hesitated to buy it.  That being said, if you want a physical release comment on this post and let the developer know.

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Dugan Jackson – Art/Design/Production.
Gabor – Code.
Electric Café – Audio.
David Hankin – Box art.

Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality Coming Out April 10th, 2018

Wubble lubba dub dub!  Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality is coming out April 10th, 2018.  Rick-ality originally came out on PC last year, and this year PlayStation fans will finally get their hands on it.


Rick and Morty is one of my favorite animated shows, so I’m excited that there will be a physical version of the game.  What’s even better is that there’s a Collector’s Edition that comes with an exclusive Funko Pop! Vinyl, two posters and of course the game.  Follow the links below if you like what we’re building here at Limited Printed Games, and as a disclaimer we are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.  I would suggest pre-ordering the Collector’s Edition as soon as it becomes available, because the Pop collectors will be all over this.  In the mean time, get your portal guns and headsets ready for some Rick and Morty action. I recommend ordering the Skyrim PS VR Bundle if you don’t have a headset yet.  In related  news Rick and Morty Season Three is coming to Blu-Ray.