The Click's Reviews
While it is a little rough around the edges from a visual and gameplay standpoint, plus the fact it does dip below 30 fps from time to time, something that shouldn’t be acceptable in 2021, it has to get a pass due to the impressive feat that it pulls off with the Dual-Reality Gameplay.
Overall, Donut County is an absolutely wonderful time all the way through with a few surprising twists thrown at you. From the first hole to the final part of the game and even the end credits, Donut County will stay as one of the most memorable and original games I’ve played and thoroughly enjoyed from beginning to end.
Shattered: Tale of the Forgotten King proves to be a good game with an intriguing storyline, charismatic characters, captivating lore, and an artistic choice that stands out, serving as a testament to the potential and love of its developing team.
Edge of Eternity is a great RPG, with beautiful graphics, filled with vivid and vibrant involvements, great characters, and a great history. Not only that, but the game has an interface sure to please fans of the style, a deep battle system, charismatic protagonists, and a LOT of promise.
Overall, for my Skater XL review I’d say the game absolutely delivers in reviving the genre and simultaneously being something new all on its own and it even includes a killer soundtrack to really get you into the groove. A small studio putting in the amount of work necessary to not only make this game beyond fun and true to the cores of skateboarding is nothing short of incredible. At times, the movement does feel a little fixed but only to the extent of doing exactly what it takes to fulfill a challenge, I’ve noticed, but other than that and one or two smaller details I believe the game is quite smooth.
It’s a game that feels so much more than the sum of its parts with one of the most engaging narratives and cast of character’s I’ve ever seen in a video game, especially one of its length. I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone into the visual novel genre, and even just to people who enjoy mystery and slice of life stories.
Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is a great nostalgia package to relive the early years of the series. Although it would have been nice to have a complete version of each game, an arcade port with console additions, the collection ticks enough boxes to make it a worthwhile purchase for fighting game fans.
Red Candle Game’s efforts should be commended, as they were able to create an experience that burns brightly among its contemporaries. There’s no experience quite like Devotion, as it will make you feel dread, anxiety, and sadness all at once. If you only play one horror game this year, make it this one.
I truly enjoyed my time creating this The Falconeer review but I couldn’t end it without further mentioning the art and overall world and environment from the oceans and what’s beneath them to what’s inbetween the stars created by Tomas Sala and finalized by the Wired Productions team.
Sure, the game itself is still a little rough around the edges but it is a fantastic adventure that we think every Marvel fan will enjoy. It fills an Avengers-sized hole in the gaming market which could easily keep growing exponentially into the future. From A-Day to a Future Imperfect, to Wakanda and beyond… Marvel’s Avengers offers up endless hours of action-packed fun that deserves your time.
Dread X Collection: The Hunt is one of those anthologies that leave you yearning for more when you’re finished. This collection has been a wonderful way for indie devs to flex their creative muscles and put together some memorable and concise experiences. The story of Artemis and her mission does a great job of tying the entire collection together, as she is given plenty of time to shine in between the different games you’re playing.
If you’re already a Trails fan, I doubt you will hate the game. Hell, if you’re a Trails fan you probably already OWN the game, but could I recommend Trails of Cold Steel IV to a newbie or even just a fan of the genre? Not really. I’d recommend the Sky trilogy on Steam, or even just the first Cold Steel game to see if the series interests you.
Pokemon Unite is a genuinely fun and engaging game with lots of endearing features to keep players coming back. In just the time spend working on this Pokemon Unite review, I made it to expert rank without even noticing just how much I had enjoyed getting there.
Hajimari no Kiseki is a deeply flawed JRPG with a main story that barely stands on its own but is supported by a fantastic cast and great individual moments throughout. The story may feel like one which didn’t need to be told for the series to move forward, but what is contained in the routes and episodes feel like concerted attempts to fix many issues brought to the table in Cold Steel, and set many of these characters and story beats straight so they can excel in future arcs.
Although the game didn’t really click with me in the first hour or so, once things started to fall in place for me I got completely sucked into the story of the game. I would tell myself, “I will do just take out this Visionary and then I will turn it off” but I just kept playing, that is the sign of a great game.
No More Heroes III really is the end of Travis Touchdown’s adventures, then it’s a hell of a way to go out. No More Heroes III is the bombastic and absurd send off the series deserved, and while it could’ve used some more polish in places, the passion underneath the rough spots is very notable. SUDA51’s send off to Travis Touchdown is equal parts insane and endearing all at once. There is no doubt in my mind that he loves the world of No More Heroes and will definitely miss the main cast as time goes on.