Tag: SinglePlayer

Tiny Metal Review – A homage to Advance War

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

Dusk review

Dusk Review – A Shooter Throwback To The 90s

Have you ever played the shooters of old? Those with intricate and sprawling levels, a crazy arsenal of weapons, 8-bit graphics and actually require skills to play? I don’t. And it’s because I’m too young to know what a computer is and probably too busy playing in the mud. But thankfully, game developer, David Szymanski, has made something that pays homage to the golden era of PC shooters called and

Shadow Tactics Review

Shadow Tactics: Blade Of The Shogun Review – Bringing Back The Past

Just like the Shinobi of the past, Shadow Tactics: Blade Of The Shogun came out from nowhere. And unlike them, Shadow Tactics is here to stay. A lot of people have played Shadow Tactics and compares it to the game called Commandos, labeling it as an amazing spiritual successor to a genre that was almost forgotten. I did not have the pleasure to play such a genre before so I

Highway Blossoms Review

Highway Blossoms Review – Highway Of Love

Is it just a coincidence that I’ve decided to play Highway Blossoms when Steam give its green-light to games with adult content? Yes, it is purely coincidental. Players are given the option to opt out from the additional content that is made available for free, but only an honest man would do so. And as for me, I am someone who would play the game as to how the developers

Monster Hunter: World Guide

Monster Hunter: World Review – A Brand New World

Ever since the release of Monster Hunter: World on PC, I’ve been playing it nearly every day. Amassing over 150 hours of gameplay, and still counting, I don’t think I’m going to resign my life as a hunter any time soon. Monster Hunter: World is the latest installment of one of Capcom’s most popular franchise, Monster Hunter. It’s a franchise that is widely known for its epic fights against monsters

Battle Chef Brigade

Battle Chef Brigade Review – You Serve What You Hunt

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 Review

Dead Cells Review – Not Dead In Its 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

Fault Milestone Two Side:Above Review

Fault Milestone Two Side:Above Review – The Journey Continues

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 Review – All Aboard To 19th Century US

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

The Long Journey Review

The Long Journey Home Review – Literally

In The Long Journey Home, it makes me wonder. Are we alone in this universe or is there other intelligent beings living among the stars. Either answer, it’s frightening. As mankind dabbled in the idea of the possibility and means of terraforming our neighbouring planet, Mars, we are left to our own imagination of possible life form in other media. A crew of 4 is needed to man the Daedalus-7