Evoland 2 is a delightful romp through gaming history, despite being five years old, the nature of the gameplay makes it as enjoyable today as it was in 2015, the legendary edition release in 2019 brought the series to PS4, Xbox One, Switch, new PC players benefited from this release also, as Evoland is now included in the price of Evoland 2 when purchasing the legendary edition.
Reatomized Update: While the developers have added a few difficulty modes, and slightly improved the RNG aspects, it still has a long way to go, and the original review below still applies in full.
60 Seconds is a good game on paper, the concept of quickly grabbing items and then surviving in a post-apocalyptic future with them is fun, the graphics are great, the gameplay on paper sounds amazing, the problem is….. it doesn’t actually work.
Half-Life is over 21 years old and still feels good enough to play today without nostalgia goggles.
A blast from the past.
Upon booting up Half-Life, warm memories of Dark Forces and Dark Forces II Jedi spring to the surface, this era was the golden age of single-player games, as well as the start of what was to become the age of multiplayer games.
Tembo, the Badass Elephant, is one of the most attractive Metroidvania available on the Game Pass, and a game that is suitable for the whole family.
Narratively speaking Tembo is an elephant that dresses and acts like Rambo, overall it’s a better Rambo game than the recent “Rambo: The Video Game” which possibly is the least creative title I have ever seen.
The story of God of war is a sweeping tale of gods, demons, vengeance, and multiple magical realms, its story of epic heroes and self-discovery told via cut scenes paired gorgeous combat and explorative gameplay, the voice acting is cinematic level, and the animations are some of the most realistic to come from the last decade.
Alien Squatter feels like what an open-world survival RPG would look like if it released in the early days of SNES, with simplistic hunger/energy mechanics.
The gameplay loop consists of exploring the slums around your home for food and supplies, as well as gaining experience and skills by completing random events which often take the form fight/flee combat.
It’s a simple system but one which I feel works in this instance.
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