I will preface this by saying Jump force is probably the smoothest fighting game I have ever played and for me, the sheer speed and variety of combat moves places it at the top tier of the genre alongside greats like Tekken 7, Streetfighter V and Dead or Alive 6.
Trapped while having all the systems required to make a good zombie survival game fails at every turn, not for lack of effort, but lack of quality, everything looks cheap and tacky, the map looks more like a plastic playset than an actual living world, the enemy ai is poor, and weapons don’t feel right, and while I can’t put my finger on exactly why they feel so awful, one thing I can say is they feel more like toy … Read Full Article “Review: TRAPPED: Plastic Men in a Plastic World.”
People talk of the evils of Epic Game Store, but not of Steam Direct.
Epic Game Store gives customers and developers a fair deal, Steam Direct at times gives us lemons like WarZone X, a game which closed its servers within one month of launch, if it’s even launched at all, despite showing the release as being 28 Aug 2019.
Glitch Arena is a bog-standard Retro FPS with a non-existant player base, the 30-day average is 0.1 people, and yet it magically only has positive reviews which speak of the immense fun they have had, rather odd considering the game never had more than a handful of players and even the discussion hub is empty.
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