Rage in Peace Review
Rage in Peace will primarily appeal to a very specific subset of action fans less concerned with strategy or character and more focused on achieving a fast and flawless command of the game’s patterns and obstacles. The game doesn’t aspire beyond that narrow goal, but it does its rage-inducing thing rather well.
Dead Cells Review
Dead Cells is like an unholy hybrid of The Binding of Isaac and Dark Souls, with the skill-based combat of the latter merged with the unforgiving structure of the former. As much as Dead Cells tries - and largely succeeds - to make some concessions to wider accessibility, it is still a game for players with patience and tolerance.
Fallen Legion+ Review
Now titled as Fallen Legion+, the game lets the player tackle the turmoil of kingdom Fenumia from two viewpoints. The crown princess Cecille is in a middle of confusion after his father’s demise. With the help of a talking grimoire, which may have an agenda of its own, she’s on the road to pacify Fenumia.
Bleed is a game that ends before it should. The silver lining to that statement is that it's an absolute blast while it lasts, with tight, satisfying gameplay and an unforgettable protagonist. And while its levels don't provide enough content, its flexible difficulty and upgrade options will compel even non-completionists to stick around after beating them.
There is foreboding presence in the deep, but instead of being pressured or scared, I am just largely annoyed by the glaring flaws in the game design. If one could overlook these frustrating factors, this could be a somewhat enjoyable adventure game with a unique premise and solid puzzles. Unfortunately, these infuriating shortcomings require a great deal of willpower to overlook.
High Noon Revolver Review
It’s a high-octane reflex romp that makes short work of inattentive players, and once you’ve won, it coyly tempts you to do it again with a handicap. Better balancing and a tighter aesthetic focus would’ve resulted in something great, but what we’re left with is still pretty good.
You suddenly wake up in your capsule and realize something isn't right. You find that you have been thrown into the trash compactor and as you explore your surroundings, you find a broken robot who tells you that the ship's main computer, Dana, has savagely sent the on-board robots into a murdering rampage that has made you the last surviving member of your crew.