- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
- Mass Effect 2
Robert Grosso's Reviews
Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga has deep mechanics that are certainly addicting, so long as you can overlook some narrative snags here and there.
Zorro: The Chronicles is a kid-friendly action-adventure that, despite some limitations, shows that the old fox has a few tricks up its sleeves.
Out There: Oceans of Time has the foundations of a good game, but is wholly unremarkable with what it does with its mechanics.
Black Geyser: Couriers of Darkness is by all accounts, a solid game, but it is a game born in another age, one that ultimately comes with the baggage of its forefathers.
Expeditions: Rome is a game that is well-deserving of a Roman Triumph.
The Last Stand: Aftermath may be a bit light on its gameplay loop, but there are enough unique mechanics to interact with in this zombie roguelike.
Subway Midnight is an indie horror game that provides a lot of atmosphere and ambiance but lacks the scares needed to be memorable.
My own impressions on Vagrus - The Riven Realms changed constantly, but ultimately, Vagrus does carve itself a comfortable middle ground that showcases a well thought out, if difficult, experience.
I wouldn't necessarily call it a 'good' game in the sense of it having deep mechanics, but for what it tries to emulate, Bloodwash offers the best form of horror entertainment this side of a video nasty VHS.
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is a triumph of a game, and arguably the best isometric RPG since Planescape Torment.
Townscaper is less of a game, more of a tool to simply play around with. It has no goal either, but that is part of its almost hypnotic charm at being an enjoyable experience that allows us to simply play around as we see fit.
Insurmountable is definitely a hidden gem of a game, one that provides the right mix of challenge and fun for the player's delight.
Ashwalkers attempts to do something new with its blend of survival and storytelling, but it fails to be both compelling and a challenge for those who play it
In Rays of the Light is a really good, if brief, atmospheric adventure that will provide players at least some moments of introspection.
Boasting classic mechanics that have aged like a fine wine, the few additions to the formula make Stronghold: Warlords a worthy entry into anyone's RTS library.
A solid interactive narrative based on the classic novella, Orwell's Animal Farm lacks a lot of gameplay, but makes up for it with its use of the prose.
Paper Beast - Folded Edition is like a well crafted piece of Origami, beautiful to look at, but paper thin on interactivity.
Though a bit thin on content, Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia offers a solid tactical experience with in-depth mechanics that hardocre and casual fans alike may enjoy.
A solid real-time strategy experience that provides a fair challenge for players of all skillsets
Pax Nova offers some good 4x strategy, so long as you can overlook its major technical flaws.