Review: Chasm – Wonderful, but not without Flaws. PC

Chasm is a fantastic Metroidvania with a gorgeous 8-bit art style. However, default keybindings feel terrible and should have stuck to the tried and true WASD.

You can rebind them to your prefered layout, however.

My Biggest Issue.

Controller support is haphazard at best, and my Dual Shock 4 controller was barely recognised by the game, button inputs would be entirely ignored, and directional controls were sporadic at best, trying to even walk down a ladder was near impossible.

My … Read Full Article “Review: Chasm – Wonderful, but not without Flaws.”

Review: Overcooked 2 – Feels Kinda Sad Alone PS4

Overcooked 2 is a humour-filled take on the co-operative cooking sub-genre, the gameplay is fresh and crisp as a spring salad; however, playing the game alone leaves you feeling empty.

It Feels Like a Mario Party 10 Mini-game.

The graphical style, control scheme and even camera angle all feel like those employed by later Mario party games for their cooking mini-games, and while those mini-games were a lot of fun, I honestly wouldn’t want to play an entire game based … Read Full Article “Review: Overcooked 2 – Feels Kinda Sad Alone”

Review: Doom (2016) Looking Back, Before We Move Forward PC

Doom (2016) is a modern classic of the gore shooter genre. It’s a well-made game that runs beautifully, On my 8Gb card I was pulling 90+fps on maxed settings while running another game in a separate window, the gunplay, however, feels unintuitive at first, but pays off in the long run.

Authentic to the Franchise.

Doom (2016) is very recognisable as an upgrade of the original doom. While the graphics are night and day different, the gameplay cycle is near … Read Full Article “Review: Doom (2016) Looking Back, Before We Move Forward”

Review: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus PS4

With Wolfenstein III rumoured to be announced at E3 2020, let’s have a look back at the latest instalment in the trilogy Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.

Let’s get the Boring Stuff out the way.

Wolfenstein II looks gorgeous, had fantastic gunplay and sound design, levels are expansive, and while the selection of enemies isn’t that impressive, the challenge they provide is, fully utilising cover and the terrain, a group of simple thugs, can become a life and death situation … Read Full Article “Review: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus”

Mini Review: Draw Your Game PC

Draw Your Game is a fantastic app, while I wouldn’t classify the games as actual games, the novelty of being able to construct basic flash style games in second using crayons and paper is something I feel no other app on Steam currently offers.

Preschoolers could design a game using Draw Your Game, and yet the software allows for very complex games with dozens of small intricate puzzles for those who have the time and talent to create them.

Additional … Read Full Article “Mini Review: Draw Your Game”

Early Access Review: Graywalkers: Purgatory, Maybe One Day, But Not Today. PC

Disclaimer: I was given a free key for review purposes.

Good Concept, But Years Away From Ready.

Graywalkers: Purgatory is a solid concept, and the narrative and lore are befitting such a grimdark version of future earth, the problem, however, is Graywalkers: Purgatory feels more like a proof of concept than an actual game, with even basic features such as options missing.

Graphically its a very indie affair, and while main characters have decent designs,extras look dismal, with many of … Read Full Article “Early Access Review: Graywalkers: Purgatory, Maybe One Day, But Not Today.”

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