Don't even contemplate it for a second. This game is not ready.
Overall I cannot recommend this game. If it had a much bigger online player base it may be a little different. It does have some fun customizations and ways to celebrate you kicking ass by posing over your victim’s dead body, I don’t feel that it’s enough to pull player base from more competitive games.
Overall this edgy myspace fanfic of Dave the Barbarian, repurposed to avoid Disney's lawyers, just fell flat on its delivery of a competent and deep Strategy RPG wrapped in tongue-in-cheek humor. Avoid it unless you think fart jokes and attention devoid conversations are still relevant or you are willing to skip all dialogue to enjoy the gameplay.
The Guise is masking it's true potential with a severe lack of polish that ends in unintuitive, frustrating gameplay and a complete lack of immersion. It's a very impressive showing by one person but it just needed more time to be ready.
Unfortunately, I am unable to recommend this game to everyone. Though I had issues with it, this game may hit a niche of gamers that fall in love with it. Trying to do everything at once was overwhelming and it sucked the fun out of the game.
This game is one of the most frustrating gaming experience in recent memory. It’s painfully mediocre across the board. The skeleton is all there for an at least fun game, but it just doesn’t seem to come together. Tennis World Tour is a double fault when it comes to a fun tennis game.
Titan Quest is fun for a few hours with a friend, but after that there is no reason to return to the field of battle.
Captain Kaon is the epitome of meh. With awful controls, this can be an endearing nostalgia trip for some.
Though this simulator wasn't meant for me, fans of the genre may really appreciate this game. For those of you who enjoy simulators or previous games from Graviteam, I encourage you to to check it out for yourself.
Sadly this is another title from GameStop’s GameTrust publishing arm that has been subpar. I am saddened that another developer’s passion project turns into a bad gameplay experience for players.
The Sexy Brutale is bad. If monotony is thrilling to you, then buy this game. I give them credit for trying something knew, but am disappointed how it turned out. The beautiful environments loose their "wow" factor the 10th time you have to go through them.
Erica was a bad game that could have been a decent movie. If you want a proper interactive FMV game experience; grab "Late Shift", "The Infectious Madness of Doctor. Dekker or "The Bunker" is all on steam for roughly the same price but with considerably better interaction. That said if you can find it on sale for around six dollars I'd say it's worth one playthrough.
Woodle Tree 2: Deluxe+ is a collection distraction game. If you love to collect things or just need something to pass the time then this is an alright option. However, the lack of satisfying combat and level design made collecting rather dull.
If you are a huge fan of the first This is the Police, you are in for an awakening. An awakening both good and bad, while some things such as the more in-depth officers and RPG like system were improved on, yet the over-excessive story and hard difficulty overshadows the improvements in those gameplay features. Some of these can be fixed with updates, others may not. I would love to see a third with the best of both worlds put in.
A game that left Early Access too soon, filled with bugs, and needing polish...is still fun to play. Here's to hoping for the future of this game!
Oh My Godheads falls on its abnormally large face when it comes to being a complete packaged game. The game is lacking in single player features and content to keep you coming back for more. Though get a few buddies together and you could be in for a fun night of cough co-op gaming.
Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days is a frustrating experience with little else to help make it stand out among other heist games. At this point, it might be time to just let Reservoir Dogs be a classic movie instead of a gaming franchise.
While it has untapped potential and rough spots, Skully offers some good platforming and collecting fun when it hits its highs.
It's still a great experience to have with friends and the price is more affordable than most other group activities you can find yourselves in. Grab it if you want to add more variety to game night.
Solo: Islands of the Heart sets off what it wanted to do; Be bright, cheerful, and make you think. The game is calming and intriguing enough to want you to keep solving the puzzles and moving to see what happens next. Fans of puzzle games should take a peek at Solo: Islands of the Hear, but most gamers may take a pass at it.