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
Fault Milestone Two Side:Above is the second installment to the Fault series. The story continues right after the end of Fault Milestone One, and following the first episode or ‘milestone’ of this series, it’s a linear kinetic visual novel game. This means there’s no branching stories or multiple endings. And the gameplay is nothing but reading, along with very pretty visuals to look at. Personally, I enjoy reading a good
Bounty Train is set in the 19th century. An era that birthed many great inventions which then laid the foundation for future invention and pave the way for the modern era. The locomotive is one of those inventions and its presence can be found in our modern society. And you will have a lot of interaction with it. There is two games mode to select when you’re at the main
Moonlighter theme is similar to one of the games I’ve reviewed in the past. The game is called Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale, one of the first few game titles I reviewed when I started to do game reviewing. There is some similar theme they used in making their game, such as dungeon crawling, shop management, and item crafting. The difference? Is its execution. You play as a young merchant named
When the kingdom of Fahrul is in chaos, the queen rallied the citizens for help. It makes you wonder, what’s the point of paying taxes every year then. And… the queen? Well, the king is dead. Probably why the kingdom is currently in a state of chaos. You ain’t a professional soldier, neither are you a fame mercenary. You’re nothing but one of the many common folks that answered Her
The acronym VN, refers to visual novel. And Fault – Milestone One is a visual novel game. A type of game that primarily involves reading. Lots and lots of reading. Just like an actual novel. The difference? A visual novel is like a picture book, but in the form of a game. Fault Milestone One is a kinetic novel. A linear story experience with no narrative experience or gameplay choices.
If you’re reading this, I’m probably on my way on a journey through the Eastern Bloc. Though I enjoyed our time traveling together, I’ve decided to go solo for once. Do you remember the time when you taught me how to fix up that beat up Laika car of yours? I never do thank you for it, thank you.
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To be honest, I do not expect much out of Azure Saga from my first impression of it. Other than its good looking art, I thought its combat and story would be average. Or in the worst case subpar. With only a few hours or at most around 10 hours of planned gameplay, never did I expect to find a compelling story lay hidden underneath its simplicity. Resulting in me wanting to clear the story before writing this review.
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72 hours. That’s how much time you have left before the game of cat and mouse between you and the world mega-corporations, will be at an end. Invisible, Inc. a den of assassins and spies, was brought down by a coordinated strike through a united front with all the mega-corporations in the world. For once, they weren’t fighting amongst themselves and strike against you.
We were ambushed. My battle brothers, dead. I saw the look of my Captain that told me, you’re the captain now, before he was slain. The man that slew my captain turned tail, but leave a few men behind to clean the leftovers. Today shall not be the day that I fall, till I slay the bastard that did this to the company. I will not rest.