Murderous Pursuits Review
Fed up with chicken dinners or whatever is served for being the last one standing in battle royale games that are all the rage now? Bored with gunning and running to tally up in the more traditional multiplayer shooters? How about something more cerebral and stealthy - a slow-paced multiplayer experience that still has the same idea of eliminating other people from the fray? Well then, Scottish developer Blazing Griffin may have something for you to whet your homicidal appetite.
Bullet Witch Review
I found Bullet Witch refreshing among modern games that are so polished to the perfection that they have lost all personality in the process. Sure, Bullet Witch can be seen as camp by today’s standards, but that’s the gist of it - or maybe I just have better resilience as a veteran player.
Kaet Must Die Review
This is it, this is the time I beat this level! That’s what I told myself. I had failed several times, leaped in fear several times, and drawn myself a map marking all the key things to gather and avoid. Things are finally going well and I’m on my way to finish the level. I make a dash through an area I thought I marked safe, and suddenly a zombie leaps forward, killing me, and making me flail my body more violently than the last time.
The Red Strings Club Review
The Red Stings Club may look like a point-and-click adventure with its beautiful retro pixel art, but it’s not exactly that. Although the game is story-driven, it’s not a narrative experience either. It nests somewhere in-between. The game is a mix of an interactive cyberpunk thriller and detective story told in three acts.
Tokyo Dark Review
A female detective investigating a mysterious case with supernatural overtones in a modern-day Japan. How could I pass a game which such a premise? Tokyo Dark is a neon noir bastard child of a visual novel and graphic adventure that takes an obscure peek at the dark underbelly of Tokyo.
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Review
What The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel may lack in production values, it makes up for in the richness and depth in its unpretentious and diverse narrative. That makes following Rean and his friends during their year of study uncannily engaging entertainment. I can’t think of any better way to get acquainted with The Legend of Heroes series than this. The only thing bothering me right now is how long I have to wait for the second part!
Senran Kagura Bon Appétit! - Full Course Review
Senran Kagura: Bon Appétit is nothing more than a glorified peep show. To be fair it is the game's ultimate purpose in itself and everything else is just glazing but I wouldn't have minded more seasonings in its recipe. Onechanbara and Dead or Alive series do it all better as they offer more game in their fan service.