This game is a good first outing for Rightstick Studios with fun game play and tons of characters to choose from. It has its downsides, such as trying to figure out the sweet spot for the ball so that it doesn't skip over the hole. The controls are a little touchy.
Blink: Rogues is a top-down shooter that tries – and generally succeeds – at doing something unique with the genre. The blinking feature is challenging and can be irritating in the beginning, but becomes fun when you begin to learn the flow and multiplayer could be enjoyable for only a couple of hours as well. But if you're here for a great story and long hours of gameplay, I'd blink in the other direction.
The PC market is already over-saturated with zombie shooters, and Crimson Earth doesn't bring anything new to the table. With enough bugs, odd design choices and crashes to fill a book, you'd be better off sticking to richer shooters such as Killing Floor or Nation Red. Even for the £2.79 price tag, this is really hard to recommend.
One of the worst kart racers to be released in recent times, lacking decent track design, tight controls, visual flair, fair A.I, and is far from an optimised experience. Hideously broken on almost every level, this is something a "simple patch" cannot remedy.
To paraphrase Roger Ebert, this game doesn't scrape the bottom of the barrel. This game isn't the bottom of the barrel. This game isn't below the bottom of the barrel. This game doesn't deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence with barrels!
An unfinished game that left Early Access too soon. Into The Flame's inconsistent dedication to realism cannot reconcile with fun, smooth gameplay. With frustrating controls, underwhelming visuals, and widespread bugs, it isn't worth your time.
There are some heart-warming themes of friendship and scenes of goofy fun that might appeal to someone looking for an optimistic gaming experience, but in many ways these only make the sexual scenes even less pleasant. NEKOPARA is a franchise for a very specific type of person, unfortunately, that's just not me.