Chivalry 2 is stupid fun. That’s as in stupid and fun. I had a blast with over 10 hours playing this game. Because of the massive multiplayer aspect, every match is a new experience so it won’t get stale after a couple of maps. This game is all about fun. It’s casual enough for anyone to enjoy and deep enough to keep the KDA enthusiasts going. Whichever kind of player you are, you’ll find loads of nonsensical gory fun to be had with Chivalry 2.
While Omno borrows heavily from Journey, it still holds up on its own. The relaxing atmosphere and well-designed obstacles will keep you entertained for all 4 hours of this short and sweet experience. If you’re a fan of Journey, get this game but don’t expect the same level of polish. If you’re new to the genre, then you won’t regret trying Omno either. While Omno did not make my list of new favorite games (like Lacuna), it came really close.
Cris Tales is the JRPG you need to try next. It has something for everyone; the striking visuals are there to capture newbies, the active-ish turn-based combat can convert any turn-based skeptic, and the strong faithful mechanics are there to appease the fussiest hardcore JRPG connoisseurs. This game has enough charm to have you whispering “that’s cute” under your breath 8 hours in, and enough nostalgia to bring back memories of summer vacations 10 or 20 years ago.
Despite some ebb tide in the form of questionable mechanics, King of Seas is a thoroughly enjoyable game. A ton of replayability and very free gameplay make this game enjoyable to binge or in bite-sized sessions alike. If you are looking for a no-frills experience that you can enjoy in your very own way, King of Seas is the game for you.
All in all, I had a lot of fun during the journey leading to writing this Just Die Already review. The developers of this game put a lot of love into it, despite what it tries to show off. Loads of content, fresh ideas, and smooth (as smooth as it could be anyway) controls make this game a delight. However, Just Die Already is by no means perfect even for its chaotic genre. Expect a lot of fun, expect it to wear off prematurely, but embrace the journey anyway; it is worth it.
At the first glance I had at this game, I was absolutely floored. I thought I will be going back to write only praise in this Retro Machina review. However, I may have judged it too soon. The gorgeous visuals, creative puzzles, and engaging plot make for a great game; however, combat and exploration make the good moments few and far between. Retro Machina is still worth playing because the good parts are really good. If you’re quickly frustrated you should look elsewhere. But, If you are a fan of the genre, you’ll be able to still enjoy the gems beneath the thick layer of clunk.
CryoFall is an interesting game with a simple premise – survival in a dystopian 2D world. It has a bunch of new cool ideas but it generally uses your own experiences to give you a fun time. The game, fresh out of Early Access, did not feel ready yet to me. I played the game once, I experienced most things, but now I have no reason to go back for more. True survival fans who’ve exhausted their options will no doubt have a fun time with CryoFall. If you’re trying to get into survival games, however, you might want to start somewhere else.
Hundred Days Winemaking Simulation is a great game that was sabotaged last minute by a weird addition. I thoroughly enjoyed the gameplay and I consider it one of the best and most unique simulation experiences I’ve had in a while. It is absolutely mind-boggling why these cutscenes and dialogues made their way into the game. But, did they ruin the experience? Absolutely not, they just brought the tannin levels a few points up.
Tracks: The Train Set Game is the type of game that directly speaks to those who would appreciate it. The endless possibilities and extremely chill vibe go hand in hand in making your ride enjoyable all the way to the end. A few bumps will come along the way due to awkward controls, but otherwise, you’ll reach your destination comfortably.
To write this Movers In Paradise DLC review, I had to play some of the original game. But this playthrough, I had more fun than I ever had with the game. Movers In Paradise is a great addition to an already great game. It retains the same charm, wonky physics, and party spirit of the original while patching some of the monotony. If you’re looking for a brand new experience or Moving Out 2.0, keep looking. However, if you’ve enjoyed the game and want another round, then Movers In Paradise absolutely delivers.
Undoubtedly, I thoroughly enjoyed my nearly 9 hours with Narita Boy. I loved the story and lived the experience eagerly despite all its flaws. Whether it was the soundtrack, visuals, story, gameplay, or a mix of all of them, Narita Boy has a magical charm that you can only experience first-hand. In short, Narita Boy is a near perfect experience and a serviceable game. It has so much style that it’s easy to think of its flaws no more than silly quirks.
Buildings Have Feelings Too has been a long time in the making, and it shows. Besides a few hiccups here and there, the game is absolutely charming. Blackstaff Games put a lot of love into this one. I thoroughly enjoyed Buildings Have Feelings Too, but the game was not able to maintain the fun as long as I’d hoped. It’s a fun game that will appeal to more than just hardcore city management sim fans. However, it had to sacrifice a bit of what makes the sim genre playable for weeks on end.
Everything about Before Your Eyes is impressive. Fantastic art, beautiful music, and compelling storytelling accompany you through your journey. However, it’s not about art or music. It’s about love, loss, and memories. Its true innovation is not in using blinking as a game mechanic, but in creating an experience out of one person’s life.
Overcooked is a fun franchise, but as stated this is an Overcooked: All You Can Eat PC Review. The gameplay is undoubtedly fun, but getting to the fun is the hard part. An argument could be made for this game if you have never played Overcooked or Overcooked 2 and plan on only having couch parties. But otherwise, you should just stick to the copy of the game you already have. This can all be fixed eventually, of course. But as of right now, there will be no Michelin stars being awarded.
PolyAmorous took a risk and it paid off. With a fresh story and an unorthodox setting, a lot could have gone wrong. And save for a few technical mechanics, it went fairly smoothly. Paradise Lost is a great narrative and a great concept, it just has to work on the “game” part of the game.