Tag: SinglePlayer

Lemon Cake Review – An item shop sim selling pastry

My insatiable hunger for item shop games’ led me to Lemon Cake. Though I may suppress my hunger for such games at first, the slow buildup aftertaste of Moonlighter and Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale will surely burst that bubble eventually. Going back to either aforementioned titles will no doubt sedate my hunger; but I pride myself as a pioneer for new, interesting and innovative indie titles. After getting a

Valheim Review

Valheim Review

The success of Valheim took me by surprise. Not because it’s fun, but due to the numerous core gameplay of other survival games that are found within Valheim. Yet somehow, it was able to blend together harmoniously and create a compelling and enjoyable survival experience. You know what, I take back what I said earlier. It’s because it’s fun. Valheim is an open world, survival sandbox game. The immediate sightings

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Pale Cachexia Review

The hauntingly composed piano piece over at the main menu certainly sets the tone of the story that you would expect from Pale Cachexia. But in the midst of its sombre tunes, lies a tale of self-sacrifice; all in the hopes of attaining that eternal sunshine. Pale Cachexia is a linear kinetic visual novel that is set in a gothic fantasy tale. It’s a visual novel game without any branching

Haven Review

Haven Review – A Piece of Haven

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

Factorio Review

Factorio Review – A Automation Masterpiece

Factorio. The one game that I want to get ever since I know of its existence, but only when it’s on a sale. And if so, I would procure it over in a heartbeat. Like a devout believer wanting a miracle I waited. Hoping that it will go on a sale someday. Unlike every other early access game that comes with a discount on their official release, Factorio does not.

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Review

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden – Beginner Guide

When I was playing Mutant Year Zero Road To Eden for the first time, I came across a problem. A problem that can only be solved by clearing through the game once or after having delved deep enough into the game to know how things work. The problem I face is, do I hoard these guns? Should I upgrade them? Do I need all of these consumables and attachments that

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden Review

The intended experience. Like a moth to a flame, this phrase draws me in when deciding the difficulty level of Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden. But, I am not foolish enough to get burnt to a crisp by playing it alongside Iron Mutant on my very first playthrough. And the experience of playing Mutant Year Zero at its hardest difficulty is nothing short of a culinary feast for the

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Z Dawn Review

Z Dawn took me by surprise. I wasn’t expecting to be compelled to play long hours of Z Dawn upon my initial playthrough. If you were to paint my body grey then, I would have looked like one of the zombies from Z Dawn. Z Dawn is a survival management RPG that takes pride in being a fast-paced turn-based game with a light touch of roguelike element and having a

World War Z Review

World War Z Review – Not A L4D Clone

The pandemic of 2020 showcased how governments across the globe respond to the viral spread of COVID-19 within their borders. Needless to say, many were not prepared or sufficiently equipped to handle such a crisis on a national level. I would not be surprised if there are people out there clamouring about the virus giving them zombies instead, kinda like World War Z. Should a thoughtless desire come to pass,

Mistover review

Mistover Review – Darkest Dungeon With Waifu

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