The gameplay is fairly simple, yet executed perfectly.
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As a PC port with great 2D art style graphics and a unique storyline full of dark moments, Dead Synchronicity has a lot of potential to be a great game on the PS4.
It’s pretty funny, and that alone can make it worth a playthrough.
Sounding great in practice, the game is a lot more about throwing rocks at infantry than it is about blowing them up, which is exponentially less exciting.
The soundtrack goes well with the pace of the game, and the upbeat electronic vibe is present the whole way through.
2D pixelated graphics and retro gameplay, paired with the simple controls and great AI design outshine the areas of the game that fall short.
Unfortunately, while Monochroma looks great, it doesn't play half as great.
Introversion Software and Double Eleven did a superb job making sure Prison Architect was more than your typical simulation game.
Letter Quest Remastered is definitely worth your time with an abundance of content and customization features, a sweet soundtrack and simple controls.
There are many different ways to kill the knights, including impaling them on spikes, electrocuting them, running them into saw blades, shooting them out of canons, and freezing them to death.
Overall, while it may not have a never-ending amount of levels, like Candy Crush or Frozen: Free Fall, it still has a lot of content to offer.
Enigmatis kept me intrigued from beginning to end…
The story is actually pretty good, but being the first episode of the series I found it should have set up the rest of the series better than it did.
Overall, the music definitely increased the enjoyability of Zotrix.