Haven is just heavenly. The opening sequence of Haven bombards you with a myriad of bright colours and soothing beats, giving birth to a nice and pleasant feeling inside of you. Coupled with its fluid animation, you can expect a light-hearted and sweet experience is waiting for you. The downside of Haven is that it doesn’t come with a girlfriend, turning all those emotions into bittersweet feelings. Haven is best
Many have compared Mistover to Darkest Dungeon, and it can’t be helped as the atmosphere given off from it and its art direction, albeit its ‘vibrant’ tone, is rather similar upon first impressions. But what sets it apart from Darkest Dungeon, among many other things, is that Mistover has waifu’s. Yes, you get waifu’s even without installing any mods! All jokes aside, Mistover is a rogue-like mystery dungeon crawler, set
Time waits for no man, and the same could be said to the people that pitched the idea of a turn-based fantasy tactics combat titled Wargroove, as clearly Nintendo would not be revitalising their famous Advance Wars franchise anytime soon. Chucklefish creation is combating against the nostalgic love fans have for Advance Wars with its challenging yet fun missions, stunning pixel-art, and a robust level editor creation system that suffices
I first saw Tiny Metal back in Kickstarter and my thoughts at that time were, ‘Finally! Advance Wars for the PC.’ Though it isn’t a continuation to Nintendo’s highly rated Famicom series, also known as Advance Wars series in the West, it is more or less a homage of it. You play as Nathan Gries, a Lieutenant in the Artemisia army, in Tiny Metal campaign mode. When a plane ferrying
Should Battle Chef Brigade exist in the land of Eos, it is without a doubt that Ignis would be at the top percentile of the Brigade. His combat skills and ingenious use of wildlife ingredients to create new recipe even when handling it for the first time, easily place him in the cream of the crop within the Battle Chef Brigade. But alas, there is no greater honour than being by
Dead Cells is an exacting game and despite dying numerous times, deep within your subconscious, you would tell yourself that you will perform better for the next playthrough. I don’t blame you, as I too fall for the faintest of hope that I can go further than my previous run. Only stopping when I feel dead. By now, you would have noticed what sort of game and experience Dead Cells
There are a lot of great games and ideas in early access, and Dead Cells is one of them. But many of them seem to be staying forever within the realm of early access. And when they do come out, only a handful of them is truly deemed to be ready and not riddle in bugs. I’m happy to say that Dead Cells is one of those handfuls. Dead Cells
Good things don’t last forever, the same goes for the bad. The world in The Flame In The Flood had plunged into what seems to be an everlasting torrential rain, resulting in a massive flood. A flood so massive that the mainland has become nothing more than many tiny little islands that are isolated from each other.
Now, now, just because the review title is like that, it’s doesn’t necessarily equate to a bad game. On the contrary, Hollow Knight is a great game. Its art, soundtrack and gameplay are great. Only its story, regrettably isn’t as strong as the other aspect of the game. And that makes my play through experience in this game to be a hollowed one.