Category Archives: Reviews
Shantae has been around for a long time now but not a lot of gamers played it before. The reason for this is that the original game launched for the Game Boy Color when the Advance hit stores and sequels launched as digital and smaller games. Pirate’s Curse is the new adventure of Shantae and released on the Nintendo 3DS, Wii U and Steam. It’s been out for a while now but it’s still amazing!
Modern games like to deliver complex stories and missions to satisfy its players but do you remember the golden years of gaming? When gaming started to get big, it weren’t the complex games that were popular; the simplest yet fun games were the blockbusters back in those days. Blocky Bot tries to go back to that era and delivers a very simple yet incredibly fun experience on Wii U.
Canvaleon tells the story of a sad but special chameleon that was born to be an outcast. Born without color and without the power of camouflage, everybody ignored the poor thing, even its parents. After years of struggling our little chameleon finds a friend in Doodle, an artists who sees the chameleon as a living canvas. No longer is the little chameleon sad, Canvas is born and ready to go on an adventure!
Game Freak, the Pokémon game creators tried something new with Tembo by creating an action packed platform game in a cartoony world. Tembo feels fresh and new and it might concern Sonic. Looks like we got a new fast-paced 2D platformer!
The Fall is the first part of a trilogy from Over The Moon studios. The First part covers the theme of A.I. Identity and explores the many takes on Artificial Intelligence.
We have seen a lot of rogue-like games passing the revenue, some good, some bad, some very special and extremely good. Crypt of the Necrodancer definitely belongs to that last group.
Tormentum: Dark Sorrow is a game which can be recommended by its aesthetics alone. However the game does offer something more than just gorgeous visuals.
The summer, without a doubt the best season for a lot of people. Gamers don’t always agree on that however. Summer means that there aren’t really that many games releasing in stores. That is, if you don’t count the Sports games. Summer is high season for those Sports games and Formula 1 isn’t any different. F1 2015 released just a couple of days ago and brings you some fresh gameplay during the summer. Is it worth the shot? It sure is!
The Point & Click Adventure games were big once but nowadays it seems like nobody wants to make those gems anymore. Nobody except the new Indie developer CowCat, located in France. Cowcat has an ambitious plan; the one-man company wants to bring back Point & Click in a new way. Time to jump in Demetrios: The BIG Cynical Adventure!
The beauty about independent developers is that the risk of creating a game isn’t that big as with triple A games. If a big game fails to sell, it means trouble for the developers and their money they’ve invested in the project. With indie games it’s different. The developers can’t lose as much money as the big guys so this means they’re willing to take risks. Those risks result in original games such as Never Alone.