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‘Terror of Hemasaurus’ & ‘Breakers’ Reviews, Plus Latest Releases & Sales – TouchArcade

Hello dear readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for January 16, 2023. It may be a holiday in the United States, but there’s nothing stopping Shaun! We have a few reviews for you to check out today Terror of Hemasaurus, Breakers Collectionand galaxy. After that we have a few new releases to recap. Very dubious game today, I’m afraid. Finally, we have the usual lists of new and outgoing sales. Let’s go there!

Reviews and thumbnails

Terror of Hemasaurus ($14.99)

rampage was a really cool game. You must be a giant monster. You have to destroy tanks and helicopters. You could eat people. You could break buildings down piece by piece until they crumbled to the ground. In 1986 there was nothing comparable. Sequels eventually followed, but they mostly felt like the same game with some new, often hideous wallpaper applied. The last time the franchise put its head up was in 2018 for a movie tie-in. Terror of Hemasaurus isof course not one rampage game. But it’s a game that rampage fans will definitely want to pick up. In terms of gameplay mechanics, it is a more impressive sequel to rampage than one of the official ones. It also has a wacky story to accompany those mechanics, which can’t hurt.

Anyway, you are a giant monster. You’ve been conscripted by a weird cult in an effort to give people the kick in the pants they need to actually tackle climate problems. It’s some logic, to be sure. However, you don’t have to worry about that. All you have to worry about is making your way through each stage and causing the necessary destruction without being felled by the various defenses thrown at you. It’s a fancier look at rampage, more or less. You have some cool extra moves, and the destruction physics are significantly more advanced than we’ve ever seen rampage spell. You can also power up people and make them fly. And you can add a few friends through local multiplayer so you can start people up all together.

Like the game that is the tribute, Terror of Hemasaurus is a lot of fun that only gets better as you add more players. Unfortunately, it can also be just as repetitive during longer sessions. It’s a great way to relieve stress and the story is interesting enough to pay attention to. The sheer level of mayhem when you actually go to town is certainly something to behold, and there are some aspects that make me giggle no matter how many times I see them. It is a worthy successor that all fans of rampage should check out.

SwitchArcade Score: 4/5

Breakers Collection ($19.99)

QUByte has released a number of re-releases of older games, mostly from Piko Interactive’s catalog. Prices are reasonable, but it often feels like you get what you pay for. Emulation issues, input lag, and almost completely devoid of extras. Breakers collection is different from QUByte’s usual rate. The emulation quality is excellent. There is no usual input lag. And there are a ton of extras, including an interview with some of the original developers, art galleries, achievements, and more. You also get online play that uses rollback netcode, and it works really well. QUByte has put a top notch effort into this, and I really appreciate it.

What about the games then? While this is undeniably a collection of Breakers games, and a complete, it is worth noting that the entire series consists of Breakers And his Champion edition-like update Breakers Revenge. There’s not much reason to play Breakers of Revenge here, because it essentially includes everything the game does plus more. So you are technically get two games here, but you really do get one. It’s a solid fighting game with plenty of charm, but whether it’s worth twenty bucks will be difficult for most.

Breakers collection feels like it’s one for the fans, and in that capacity it’s excellent. It’s just about everything you could ask for from one Breakers re-release, with great emulation quality, plenty of modes and extras, and an overall level of polish not seen in QUByte’s other retro collections thus far. Others will probably want to proceed a little more cautiously, but it’s good to see a niche, beloved part of the NEOGEO library getting a chance to shine again.

SwitchArcade Score: 4/5

Galacticon ($4.99)

For reasons I can’t fathom, it’s quite difficult to play classic Midway arcade games on modern platforms. WB Games just isn’t interested in cashing in I guess. I treasure games like galaxy, which have the spirit of those formative and fun games through them. As we saw with another recent release, Donut Dodo, Galacticon takes elements from some classic games, but ultimate creates its own fresh experience. There’s a bit of it Defendera bit of Joustand even some dashes of home classics like Jetpac. It even has a way to compare your scores with other players, a feature that I think is essential for these types of games.

Each phase has two components. In the first, you have to rescue various aliens from the enemy forces and load them onto one of the three ships. Be careful who you put where, because the red and blue aliens don’t care much about each other. Also in this phase you can shoot enemies and collect power-ups and extra points, but keep an eye on the time. Once all three ships are loaded, a vertically scrolling segment begins. In these sections you must dodge or take down obstacles while picking up gems to add to your score. Eventually you reach your ship. Enter the tractor beam to complete the stage. Your score is added up and on to the next one. Repeat this until you run out of lives.

Playing to survive is fun enough. The first few stages are a bit on the easy side, but it doesn’t take long to heat up. Ultimately, you probably want to start playing for score. Here you’ll find a variety of methods to improve your score, adding to the challenge as you try to juggle specific aliens to specific ships and activate the hidden bonuses for each stage. It’s a lot to consider without being overwhelming, and the ceiling is satisfyingly high. After completing a game, a QR code will appear. Scan it and you’ve registered your score and initials on a global cross-platform leaderboard.

If you like arcade style action games with score attacks, galaxy is a must have. While it’s not hard to identify where it draws inspiration from, the overall experience makes it feel fresh and vaguely nostalgic at the same time. It’s a bit no-frills, with just a single mode and a small number of options, but the QR code-based highscore graph ensures you’ll always have a reason to come back. Have fun.

SwitchArcade Score: 4.5/5

New releases

Brave Deduction Nori 2 Betray Nori ($1.50)

It’s a shame that with an incredible title like this, the game is both text-heavy and Japanese-only. Unless you can read Japanese, you won’t be able to get anything out of this at all.

UnderDungeon ($13.99)

A cute little top-down action adventure starring a feline protagonist. It has now become its own mini-genre. Anyway, this one has some mini-games here and there that break up the action. The buzz on it seems to be pretty positive from what I can tell, but I haven’t had a chance to play it myself yet.

Brawl.io ($0.99)

An overhead action game for the handheld only with a variety of characters to choose from. There’s not much to talk about here, but it’s only a dollar, so if you think it looks attractive, you don’t have much to lose by betting on it.

sale

(North American eShop, US pricing)

Gee, that was fast. Dragon Quest Treasures is already for sale. It’s not a big sale, but it’s not nothing either. There are some other interesting games in the list in addition, but I’ll let you guys do a careful scan yourself.

Select New games on sale

Dragon Quest Treasures ($49.79 from $59.99 until 1/20)
Dragon Quest Treasures Deluxe ($53.94 from $64.99 until 1/20)
Inanimate ($5.59 from $19.99 until 1/21)
Love 3 ($4.99 from $9.99 until 1/21)
Metal unit ($3.99 from $15.99 until 1/21)
8Doors: Arum’s Afterlife Adv. ($3.99 from $19.99 until 1/21)
Genetic disaster ($1.99 from $14.99 until 1/23)
Knight squad ($3.74 from $14.99 until 1/23)
Knight team 2 ($9.74 from $14.99 until 1/23)
Napoleon in the 3rd World Episode 1 ($19.99 from $24.99 until 1/23)
Vereda Escape Room Adventure ($6.29 from $8.99 until 1/23)
Devastating ($2.79 from $6.99 until 1/27)
Lucky garland ($1.99 from $9.99 until 1/27)
The Insect Butcher ($1.99 from $7.99 until 1/27)
Lights ($1.99 from $9.99 until 1/27)


Hell 2 ($1.99 from $4.99 until 1/27)
sinful ($5.99 from $14.99 until 1/27)
Castle of pixel skulls ($1.99 from $4.99 until 1/27)
Jack ‘n’ hat ($1.99 from $7.99 until 1/27)
Horned Knight ($1.99 from $5.99 until 1/27)
The Tiny Bang Story ($1.99 from $9.99 to 1/30)
Spaceland ($3.99 from $19.99 until 1/30)
Niffelheim ($3.99 from $19.99 until 1/30)
Braveland trilogy ($2.99 ​​from $14.99 until 1/30)
Even as Storm ($34.99 from $49.99 until 1/30)
Construction site driver 2 ($6.49 from $12.99 until 2/3)
Inertial Redux ($2.06 from $4.39 until 2/3)
Pill honey ($7.50 from $15.00 until 2/3)
Time gap ($5.99 from $9.99 until 2/3)


Yum Yum Cookstar ($19.99 from $29.99 until 2/3)
The Enigma Machine ($4.79 from $7.99 until 2/3)
Thunderbolt collection ($3.99 from $7.99 until 2/4)
Zero Tolerance Collection ($4.99 from $9.99 until 2/4)
Jim Power: The Lost Dimension ($4.99 from $9.99 until 2/4)
The Immortal ($3.99 from $7.99 until 2/4)
Radical Rex ($3.99 from $7.99 until 2/4)
The people ($3.99 from $7.99 until 2/4)
Head over heels ($4.99 from $9.99 until 2/4)
nice goal 2 ($8.99 from $14.99 until 2/4)
Haustoria ($1.99 from $12.99 until 2/5)

Sale ends tomorrow, Tuesday, January 17

Color Zen Kids ($3.19 from $3.99 until 1/17)
Cube Life: Island Survival ($11.99 from $14.99 until 1/17)
Fluffy horde ($1.99 from $9.99 until 1/17)
It’s Cookie ($1.99 from $9.99 until 1/17)
NBA 2K23 ($23.99 from $59.99 until 1/17)
New stories from the borderlands ($19.99 from $39.99 until 1/17)
OlliOlli World ($17.99 from $29.99 until 1/17)
Pixel action heroes ($3.99 from $4.99 until 1/17)
Space tail: EJLH ($13.99 from $19.99 until 1/17)
Supercyborg ($2.99 ​​from $6.99 until 1/17)
Stories from the Borderlands ($14.99 from $24.99 until 1/17)
Leave ($1.99 from $19.99 until 1/17)

That’s all for today, friends. We’ll be back tomorrow with more new releases, more sales, a review or two, and maybe some news. I hope you all have a relaxing Monday, and as always, thanks for reading!

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