Brought to you by the people that helped develop the Fable franchise, Kynseed is a beautiful pixelated fantasy game. It showcases that the indie developer, PixelCount Studios, is not a stranger to the world of fantasy. Set in the land christened Quill, Kynseed is an Early Access game that is about handing down the family legacy from one generation to another, or at least it will be when Kynseed is
I’m not a hardcore fan of the Final Fantasy series, but I do enjoy playing them. With my first game exposure to the series being Crisis Core, I got hook onto it due to its story, music, and graphics. Two years back, I went to catch the movie called, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV. The graphic, music, and story are great. The opinions of critics in regards to the story says otherwise though, and I was left with the need of wanting to know what happens after the events occur in the movie. I need to buy the game.
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I originally wanted to make a review for Stellaris before the Apocalypse update on the 22nd of February. Seeing that there will be major changes made to the game due to the upcoming update, I’ve decided to make the review after the new update. As this is a review, I won’t be making a comparison between the old and the current version of the game.
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.
In Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles, you pack your bags and set sail to the island of Gemea. An island filled with exotic flora and fauna, lush environment and a taint called the Murk. A stagnant island cancer, which in all honesty, the local populace couldn’t give a dam.
Have you ever wanted to enjoy a solo survival experience where you’re at the mercy of mother nature and your own whimsical decision-making skills? I’ve got the game just for you. The Long Dark.