Gareth writes "In the late 1980’s (yes I am that old), you might have found me in your local arcade with a fistful of 10 pence's, playing the latest top down shooter. Games like R-TYPE were my drugs, where I would start the game, play frantically for five minutes, get killed five times, then GAME OVER. Without blinking, the next ten pence would be put in and I would start the process over again, maybe getting a bit further and a bit older. It was fun, adrenaline pumping and addictive.
So when after 25 years later I got a chance to play Project Root by OPQAM, a table top shooter that promised the old style game I knew so well, but with new free roaming, open world action, I was so excited and I even considered growing a mullet again."