- Klonoa: Door to Phantomile
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
- Kingdom Hearts II
Clustertruck is a solid package that can be unappealing to those who are uninterested by the concept. But if you're willing to look past its flaws, it's a solid product that’ll last you a varying amount of platforming fun.
The final product turned out to be quite flawed, but its presentation and gameplay more than enough to make up for it. I just wish a franchise as historic as this didn't had to fall in the same pitfalls most Triple AAA games nowadays have.
The Final Station may be an exhilarating and atmospheric ride, but it's repetitive structure and shallow gameplay screeches it to a halt.
[New Retro Arcade: Neon successfully immerses the player into what is a glimpse of the future in the background of the past. If a few minor hiccups.
Wondership Q is a cutesy fun 2D Crafting/Survival Game that’s missing an astounding amount of challenge, depth or tightly-designed systems to really stand a chance as something worth it’s pricetag
The final package of VIDEOBALL may be a bit lacking for those expecting a single-player experience, but for everyone looking for a fun local-multiplayer game, you are absolutely in luck!
Although it stumbles in both pacing and longevity, Furi will reel in any player looking for a game that’ll give them a good challenge.
SpeedRunners is a well-designed game that’s sure to take a spot at LAN Parties, despite it’s bad matchmaking and minimal single-player content.
Rayman Legends is a fantastic platformer with splendid controls, tons of bonuses, and a stellar presentation.
Watch_Dogs is a game that tries to be fine for just about everybody, but in doing so makes for one of the most mediocre games I have ever played.