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15. Little Orpheus (iOS) - I'm a bit of a The Chinese Room fanboy, and after seeing this Apple Arcade exclusive come out it was on my radar immediately as something to try when the time was right, and having just bagged 9 months of the service free, that time was now. At its core it is a platform adventure game, focused on a quirky Russian cosmonaut retelling a far-fetched Jules Verne style adventure into the centre of the earth to his skeptical socialist General. The writing (as you would expect from The Chinese Room) is very good and the performances really match the quality and lean into the B-movie vibe. Visually it is also really tight, with some stunning environments, lighting and character/creature animations coming together in a really polished way. Unfortunately however as a game experience I came out of it a little disappointed. The platforming is as basic as it comes really with the main challenge stemming from some dodgy control issues (both touch and PS4 pad suffered the same challenges) and ultimately it just ended up being a little bit dull which is a shame. - 6/10

 

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1. Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (PS5) - 8/10

2. Gris (PS5) - 9/10

3. Fez (PS4) - 8/10

4. Horizon Zero Dawn (PS5) - 9/10

5. Horizon Zero Dawn: Frozen Wilds [DLC] (PS5) - 7/10

6. Maquette (PS5) - 5/10

7. Lego City Undercover (XB1) - 7/10

8. Lego Ninjago Movie (XB1) - 7/10

9. Phogs (XB1) - 7/10

10. Lego Marvel Super Heroes (XB1) - 6/10

11. Lego Marvel Avengers (XB1) - 7/10

12. Ghost of Tsushima (PS5) - 8/10

13. Far: Lone Sails (PS5) - 7/10

14. Tint (Book I) (iOS) - 7/10

 

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27/06 Answer Knot (PC) One thing I hate about Steam now is how hard it is finding little free gems by indies. Thanks to @Gabe for bringing this up earlier. I echo what he said. Go in knowing nothing.

 

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26/06 1944 : the Loop Master (PC/Arcade) At my previous job I worked right around the corned from some of the biggest arcade centres in the city which was a neat way to spend time before I got addicted to Battlefield (and later overwork.) But there were some games I could never get a go on, arcade masters would hog most of the new 2D games with coins stretching across the base of the screen. A sure sign that it would be hours before anyone else got a look in. One of these games was the excellent Elevator Action Returns. The other was this. And it's similar to the other games in the series I've played this month with iterative improvements. The loop returns via a smart bomb. There's a charging mechanic that rewards holding fire and dodging for a few seconds to then spam loads of bullets across the screen. I should have played this one first as I'm sure I would have loved it but after a month of playing 194X games I wasn't as excited as I had been previously.

 

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Speaking of previously, earlier this month

 

22/06 Commando (C64)

21/06 GigaWing (PC/Arcade)

19/06 19XX: The War Against Destiny (PC/Arcade)

19/06 Warriors of Fate (PC/Arcade)

18/06 Varth: Operation Thunderstorm (PC/Arcade)

15/06 Carrier Air Wing (PC/Arcade)

14/06 Senjō no Ōkami II (PC/Arcade) 

14/06 1941:Counter Attack (PC/Arcade)

14/06 Forgotten Worlds (PC/Arcade) 

12/06 West of Dead (PC) 

11/06 Raid Over Moscow (C64)

09/06 Section Z (PC/Arcade)

06/05 God of War (PS4)

05/05 Ghostbusters (C64)

01/06 Beach Head (C64)

 

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31. 30/05 Depanneur Nocturne (PC)

30. 30/05 Commando (PC/Arcade)

29. 30/05 1942 (PC/Arcade)

28. 30/05 Bionic Commando (PC/Arcade)

27. 29/05 If Found...(PC) 

26. 24/05 Final Fight (PC/Arcade)

25. 22/05 Sunset Overdrive (PC) 

24. 11/05 Batalyx (C64)

23. 09/05 Call of the Sea (PC)

22. 25/04 Carto (PC)

21. 24/04 The Little Acre (PC)

20. 24/04 Yorkshire Gubbins (PC) 

19. 22/04 Control:Ultimate Edition (PC) 

18. 20/04 Rain on Your Parade (PC) 

17. 02/04 Summer Games 2 (C64)

16. 16/03 Beach Head 2:The Dictator Strikes Back (C64)

15. 13/03 Assassin's Creed Chronicles:India (PS4)

14. 07/03 Alvastia Chronicles (PC)

13. 27/02 Oxenfree (PC)

12. 26/02 Assassin's Creed Chronicles:China (PS4)

11. 11/02 Beyond a Steel Sky (PC) 

10. 02/02 Stories Untold (PC)

9. 31/01 Katamari Damacy Reroll (PC)

8. 28/01 2020 Game (Browser)

7. 26/01 Observation (PC)

6. 25/01 Hades (PC)

5. 23/01 Donut County (PC)

4. 17/01 The Touryst (PC) 

3. 13/01 My Friend Pedro (PC)

2. 03/01 Tell Me Why (PC)

1. 01/01 Tales from Off Peak City : Vol 1 (PC)

 

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Assassin's Creed Chronicles:Russia

The Medium (PC) 

 

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On 21/06/2021 at 01:00, strawdonkey said:

00. Katamari Damacy
0X. Kind Words

01. Hello Charlotte Episode 1

02. Hello Charlotte Episode 2: Requiem Aeternam Deo

03. Hello Charlotte Episode 3: Childhood's End

04. There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension

05. Mandagon
06. Heaven Will Be Mine

07. Tales of the Black Forest

08. Super Mario 3D World

09. Lair of the Clockwork God

10. Milk Inside a Bag of Milk Inside a Bag of Milk ...

11. Super Mario 3D World: Bowser's Fury

12. Tetris Effect

13. Luck be a Landlord

14. Rain on your Parade

15. The Red Strings Club

16. The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibbia

17. Shape of the World

18. Far: Lone Sails

 

Another quality entry in the burning-any-available-materials-to-fuel-your-needlessly-complicated-landship genre. Seriously though this is a hell of a journey, the music is outstanding and the times where you get to just ride on top of the ship while the wind carries you are wonderful.

 

Only slightly marred by a known bug where I fell through the map and wound up falling through an endless void, and it took a good few minutes for me to determine that, maybe, this wasn't meant to be happening... 

 

Big ups Sean from TCGS for the heads-up on this when it was in the TCGS game of the year show a few years back.

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Shadow Of The Tomb Raider

Looks great in 4K60 on the Series X, but still suffers from most of the problems of the prequel, i.e. pointless crafting, dreary combat, largely against (yawn) big men with assault rifles, and worst of all, unskippable cut scenes, which is unforgivable. The platforming is fun, and there are some good stealth mechanics, but it does all feel a wee bit scripted and holdy-handy.

Just like the one before it, the best bits were to found in the DLC, which in this instance was just seven pretty-decent tombs with time/score attacks.

Sorry Lara, I think I've had enough of Tomb Raider games. 5/10

 

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01/01/2021 - Syberia

07/01/2021 - Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince

11/01/2021 - Fe

13/01/2021 - The Touryst

19/01/2021 - The Gardens Between

22/01/2021 - Donut County

22/01/2021 - Virginia

23/01/2021 - The Witness

08/02/2021 - Trials Fusion

22/02/2021 - Streets Of Rage 4

14/03/2021 - Death Squared

08/04/2021 - The Medium

19/04/2021 - Control: Ultimate Edition

30/04/2021 - New Super Lucky's Tale

01/05/2021 - Kameo: Elements Of Power

08/05/2021 - Gravel

26/05/2021 - R-Type Final 2

26/06/2021 - Shadow Of The Tomb Raider

 

 

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Day’s Gone

 

i thought this was tremendous. Everyone knows it has a slow start. It seems clunky, half baked, and strictly by the numbers. 
 

BUT, every aspect of it continues to open up and improve from about 12 hours onwards. It’s not perfect, but no open world game is.*

 

One thing they absolutely nail is maintaining the sense of challenge and your interest in the world itself. The main criticism of the game was the way they used & introduced the hordes but, once you clocked the game, you realise that it was perfect. The horde introduces new dangers into the world so it avoids the trap of many open world games becoming too safe once you’re into the final third. You’re never safe in this world. 
 

an easy 9/10, & so much potential for sequels. It’s shameful that Sony appear to have canned it. 

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On 22/06/2021 at 21:15, merman said:

1. Bit.Trip Presents - Future Legend of Rhythm Alien (PC)

 

 

If you want to know exactly why I was playing this, you will have to read Retro Gamer Issue 222 (out in July).

I loved Bit.Trip Complete (Wii) so I had brought them all in a previous Steam sale and grabbed Runner 2 as well

Now I have a gamepad for my laptop I thought I would reinstall Steam and play through some stuff.

 

On Just Right (medium) difficulty I beat the final boss today, stats are 

97/100 levels completed (82 Perfect)

5/25 Retro Challenges (find the hidden cartridge, then complete a “retro” level with classic graphics)

14/15 characters unlocked 

8/40 costumes

 

There’s still a lot to grab though.

 

100/100 levels

25/25 Retro Challenges 

15/15 characters

40/40 costumes 

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On 09/05/2021 at 09:55, Pelekophoros said:

3/01: Night Slashers (Arcade)

13/02: Ghosts Of Tsushima (PS5)

20/02: Kitty Letter (Android)

21/02: Concrete Genie (PS5)

04/03: Maquette (PS5)

03/04: 198X (PS5)

07/04: Moonwalker (Arcade)

27/04: Apex Legends Season 8 (PS5)

29/04: Call Of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War (PS5)

08/05: Star Wars: Jedi: Fallen Order (PS5)

 

26/06: Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS5)

 

In my top 10 games ever, easily. Probably. Incredible. 

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Solid State Survivor - 1cc, TLB (10)

Dangun Feveron - Fever arrange 1cc (10)

GG Aleste 3 - 1cc Normal (10)

Aleste - 1cc (8)

Power Strike II - 1cc (10)

GG Aleste - 1cc (8)

GG Aleste 2 - 1cc (8)

GG Aleste - Special mode 1cc (8)

Power Strike II - Hard 1cc (10)

GG Aleste 3 - Special mode 1cc (10)

Natsuki Chronicles - 1cc Arcade, Normal (10)

G-Darius HD - 1cc, Lambda route (10)

Cotton Reboot - Arrange 1cc (10)

Cotton Reboot - Arrange hard 1cc (10)

Assault Shell - 1cc, Original single (10)

Assault Shell - 1cc, Void arrange (10)

Assault Shell - 2-all (10)

Barrage Fantasia - 1cc Normal (7)

Barrage Fantasia - Advanced 1cc (10)

Patriot Dark - Normal 1cc (10)

Zenodyne R - 1cc Normal (10)

Zenohell - 1cc Normal (10)

Sengoku Youkai Daikassen - 1cc (10)

Maho Shoe - 1cc (10)

Hishou Ayu - 1cc, Normal (10)

Alien Death Mob - All stars (10)

Wolflame - Normal 1cc (10)

东方栖霞园 ~ Blue devil in the Belvedere - Normal 1cc (Sakuya) (10)

Gun-Nac - 1cc, normal (10)

Bike Banditz - 1cc, Normal (10)

Redneg 3Stars - Normal 1cc (10)

Winged Gear - 1cc, Normal (8)

Redneg Allstars - 1cc, normal (10)

Galactic Refugees - Hard 1cc (6)

XCUTE(me) - 1cc (2-5), Normal (10)

Satazius - Normal 1cc (10)

 

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18 hours ago, strawdonkey said:

00. Katamari Damacy
0X. Kind Words

01. Hello Charlotte Episode 1

02. Hello Charlotte Episode 2: Requiem Aeternam Deo

03. Hello Charlotte Episode 3: Childhood's End

04. There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension

05. Mandagon
06. Heaven Will Be Mine

07. Tales of the Black Forest

08. Super Mario 3D World

09. Lair of the Clockwork God

10. Milk Inside a Bag of Milk Inside a Bag of Milk ...

11. Super Mario 3D World: Bowser's Fury

12. Tetris Effect

13. Luck be a Landlord

14. Rain on your Parade

15. The Red Strings Club

16. The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibbia

17. Shape of the World

18. Far: Lone Sails

19. Return of the Obra Dinn

 

This is simultaneously an absolute masterpiece and a bit frustrating. The storytelling is imaginative, effective and extremely impactful, the sound design and art style add to the atmosphere and the very concept is brilliant. Don't mistake what I'm saying - this game is absolutely amazing.

 

The aim of Return of the Obra Dinn is for you to identify the crew and passengers of the ship, and confirm their causes of death. This is done by watching (and re-watching) their deaths, and being able to explore the scene, which often reveals a lot of hidden details that might be useful. At the point of death, time freezes and you can explore at your leisure. I'm going to go into a few spoilers below, as I was only able to solve about a third of the mysteries before having to resort to external help.

 

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Figuring out people's identity based on their actions, roles, and behaviour was loads of fun. The feeling of satisfaction when you piece a few of them together and the game confirms your suspicions is wonderful, especially when you've had to take a bit of a punt based off a hunch (which the game tells you that you may have to do at times). Figuring out who all the Formosan Royalty were is not that difficult, but being able to determine their identify from their actions was hugely satisfying.

 

Where I started to struggle was with the more incidental crew members. It would not be such a believable environment if every crew member had their moment in the sun, but some of the more difficult-to-identify crew members can only be identified by the style of their shoes,which you can see dangling out of a hammock in some death scenes (for instance). 

 

I mainly resorted to external help becuase I felt like the game had stopped being as much fun, and didn't want it to be ruined by spending several hours fruitlessly flitting between death scenes, not helped by the fact that you can't jump between them without having to trek back through the ship to get to the corpse again.

Also you should definitely pay attention to things outside of the game. I only realised who had sent me the book after finishing the game, which would definteily have helped me figure out a few more fates if I'd paid it any heed...

 

Also as wonderful as this game was, I'm kind of glad it is done as I have been having frequent nightmares since I started playing it - it's probably no surprise that rewatching people's death in detail multiple times is not necessarily a net mental health benefit!

 

Anyway it's fucking brilliant.

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On 26/06/2021 at 13:49, Unofficial Who said:

Jun

 

27/06 Answer Knot (PC) One thing I hate about Steam now is how hard it is finding little free gems by indies. Thanks to @Gabe for bringing this up earlier. I echo what he said. Go in knowing nothing.

 

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Glad you enjoyed it, Who. Whilst the story is fairly straightforward, there was a really good alternative explanation that somebody suggested in the Steam discussion for it (which the dev said was far better than they came up with!) You should read it, because it not only made a lot of sense, it was really well thought out and pieced together. 

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27/06/2021 - Through the Woods (PC)

 

The walking sim is a genre I've really come to enjoy as I get older as the focus is on story and an interesting/pretty location to explore. Perhaps one of the biggest boons is that they are generally nice little slices of gaming, perfect to play in between or alongside something longer. And so, whilst I chip away at the other 4 or so marathon games in my rotation, I found I had this in my game list.

 

Now whilst the genre norm is that you find out the backstory and plot through the things you find, you usually at least get a little bit of set-up; not so here, where the game just drops you into the environment, has some stranger take your child and then leaves you to it. Fair enough, but the environment itself doesn't really pick up the slack either, so unless you do seek out a lot of lore you don't really get some of the thrust of the plot. Furthermore, because of the lack of distinctiveness in your surroundings it can be really, really hard to suss out where you're going and where you've been, despite it being fairly small. In a way, the fact the environment isn't instantly so gamey is a good thing but, because there are few landmarks to orient yourself by - and because it's dark - means if you choose to hunt around looking for all of the lore you could easily get quite lost.

 

There are also some stealth sections, failure in which results in death and I've never found any walking sim has tight enough controls or camera to really make these sections anything other than a pain. In addition to the samey environment it makes these even more frustrating than they would usually be.

 

As with many of these games, there's a fairly predictable undertone to proceedings (though in terms of the characters, there are some leaps made that don't feel in anyway earned) - so it doesn't feel particularly fulfilling. It did retain it's snappy length, though admittedly I didn't go searching for the lore, so whilst I can't say I enjoyed it, it was not more than about 90 minutes of my day.

 

Previously completed:

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22/06/2021 - Answer Knot (PC)

10/06/2021 - Halo: Spartan Assault (PC)

07/06/2021 - The Hex (PC)

23/05/2021 - Renegade (Spectrum)

15/05/2021 - Lords of Xumila (PC)

09/05/2021 - Devolverland Expo (PC)

09/05/2021 - The Medium (PC)

02/05/2021 - Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms (PC)

01/05/2021 - Shadows: Awakening (PC)

21/04/2021 - Rain on Your Parade (PC)

20/04/2021 - Wasteland 2 (PC)

04/04/2021 - Secret World Legends (PC)

02/04/2021 - She Sees Red (PC)

27/03/2021 - Greedfall (PC)

26/03/2021 - Freedom Fighters (PC)

10/03/2021 - Breath of Death VII (PC)

05/03/2021 - Dungeons & Lesbians (PC)

04/03/2021 - Quantum Break (PC)

26/02/2021 - Marvel Avengers (PC)

20/02/2021 - Life is Strange (PC)

02/02/2021 - P.O.W. (Arcade)

28/01/2021 - Devil's Hunt (PC)

24/01/2021 - A Mortician's Tale (PC)

19/01/2021 - The Touryst (PC)

19/01/2021 - Druidstone: The Secret of the Menhir Forrest (PC)

15/01/2021 - A New Life (PC)

05/01/2021 - Vostok Inc. (PC)

02/01/2021 - Call to the Sea (PC)

01/01/2021 - Suikoden (PS1)

 

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Touhou Kikamu ~ Elegant Impermanence of Sakura - Normal 1cc

 

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Solid State Survivor - 1cc, TLB (10)

Dangun Feveron - Fever arrange 1cc (10)

GG Aleste 3 - 1cc Normal (10)

Aleste - 1cc (8)

Power Strike II - 1cc (10)

GG Aleste - 1cc (8)

GG Aleste 2 - 1cc (8)

GG Aleste - Special mode 1cc (8)

Power Strike II - Hard 1cc (10)

GG Aleste 3 - Special mode 1cc (10)

Natsuki Chronicles - 1cc Arcade, Normal (10)

G-Darius HD - 1cc, Lambda route (10)

Cotton Reboot - Arrange 1cc (10)

Cotton Reboot - Arrange hard 1cc (10)

Assault Shell - 1cc, Original single (10)

Assault Shell - 1cc, Void arrange (10)

Assault Shell - 2-all (10)

Barrage Fantasia - 1cc Normal (7)

Barrage Fantasia - Advanced 1cc (10)

Patriot Dark - Normal 1cc (10)

Zenodyne R - 1cc Normal (10)

Zenohell - 1cc Normal (10)

Sengoku Youkai Daikassen - 1cc (10)

Maho Shoe - 1cc (10)

Hishou Ayu - 1cc, Normal (10)

Alien Death Mob - All stars (10)

Wolflame - Normal 1cc (10)

东方栖霞园 ~ Blue devil in the Belvedere - Normal 1cc (Sakuya) (10)

Gun-Nac - 1cc, normal (10)

Bike Banditz - 1cc, Normal (10)

Redneg 3Stars - Normal 1cc (10)

Winged Gear - 1cc, Normal (8)

Redneg Allstars - 1cc, normal (10)

Galactic Refugees - Hard 1cc (6)

XCUTE(me) - 1cc (2-5), Normal (10)

Satazius - Normal 1cc (10)

Espgaluda - 1cc

 

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Resident Evil: Village (2021)

Capcom are just showing off now - they know what makes a good Resi game tick, and the latest is machine tooled for precision; gothic horror, head-popping guns, grotesque bosses and the best merchant the series has yet seen. Yes, the lack of puzzles is felt, but it’s so damn pacey you quickly get over it. Best looking Resi game ever? Without a doubt. 
 

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09/01/2021 - Bloodborne

10/01/2021 - Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

10/01/2021 - Halo 2: Anniversary

13/01/2021 - Little Nightmares

26/01/2021 - Donut County

27/01/2021 - Astro’s Playroom

06/02/2021 - The Medium

13/02/2021 - Paper Mario: The Origami King

21/02/2021 - Spider-Man: Miles Morales

28/02/2021 - Super Mario 3D World: Bowser's Fury

03/04/2021 - Dark Souls Remastered
03/04/2021 - Halo 3

15/04/2021 - Yakuza 0

08/05/2021 - Final Fantasy VII Remake

15/05/2021 - Resident Evil Zero

22/05/2021 - Blasphemous

29/05/2021 - Limbo

03/06/2021 - Inside

09/06/2021 - Resident Evil VII

19/06/2021 - Super Mario 3D World

28/06/2021 - Resident Evil: Village

 

 

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1.) New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe - Switch - 2019 (2012)
2.) Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze - Switch - 2018 (2014)
3.) God of War - PS4 - 2018
4.) Shenmue III - PC - 2019
5.) Sonic Mania - PC - 2017
6.) Abzû - PS4 - 2016
7.) Night Trap - 25th Anniversary Edition - Vita - 2018 (1992/3)
8.) Secret of Mana - SNES - 1993
9.) Rez Infinite - PS4 - 2016 (2001/2)
10.) Moss - PS4 - 2018
11.) Halo: Reach - PC - 2019 (2010)
12.) Papers, Please - Vita - 2017 (2013)
13.) Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary - PC - 2020 (2011/2001)
14.) Undertale - Vita - 2017 (2015)
15.) Halo 2: Anniversary - PC - 2020 (2014/2004)
16.) Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse - Vita - 2013/14
17.) Final Fantasy VII Remake - PS4 - 2020
18.) The Wolf Among Us - Vita - 2014
19.) Halo 3 - PC - 2020 (2007)
20.) Halo 3: ODST - PC - 2020 (2009)

 

21.) Halo 4 - PC - 2020 (2012)
Completed on Heroic difficulty (approx. 10 hours).

343i's first Halo game is a hell of a looker; it's hard to believe this was made for the Xbox 360. Full of post-process lighting, bloom and lens flares, plus amazing looking environments, they clearly wanted to make a good first impression. Things start well enough, the game feels very Halo-like. Covenant show up, the combat is fun... then the plot gets a little weird and a whole new enemy is introduced.

 

The Prometheans are not as fun to fight. They're not as irritating as the Flood, who are thankfully absent in this edition, but they're less enjoyable to duel it out with than the Covenant. The 'Knights' take far too many bullets to drop, and they teleport when you're just getting some damage in - plus, they're always accompanied by annoying drones that heal them or give them shields, so you're juggling between long-range and brute force weapons. Speaking of weapons, Halo 4 introduces equivalents of all weapon types for all species, including the Prometheans. It's slightly ridiculous that all advanced alien species seem to have perfect equivalents of assault rifles, pistols, scoped rifles, sniper rifles, shotguns and grenades, and keep them all lined up in similar weapons cases, but now they do! I remember when the Covenant weapons were unique and complimented the human weapons nicely. Now, everything is the same but in different skins.

 

Anyway, nitpicks aside, Halo 4 is fine. It's not the best, but for 343i's first effort, it's not bad going. I didn't understand much of the plot, as it's often delivered while you're up to your eyeballs in bullets, but it seemed interesting and it also seemed to end in a way that didn't demand an immediate follow-up. So that's a satisfying end to the Master Chief Collection, which has been a brilliant trip through some outstanding first-person shooters.

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Hades - It must be tempting when you've had a bit of success to try to do more, packing in the content and ambition until the seams split. It seems few developers take the approach of Supergiant, which is to do the same thing, but get more refined. Each of their games has been isometric, bink-video based action games with a wide variety of ways to play, and an unconventional story structure (plus the requisite indie staples of fantastic art and music), and Hades is the culmination of that steady improvement, impressing on basically every metric.

 

Somehow despite everyone recommending it and it winning all the awards I managed to avoid seeing any gameplay of it, and so was quite delighted when it was the Slay the Spire but realtime combat that I'd been kicking about in my head. Fuck that final bossfight though. Recommended, obvs

 

RE Village - Resident Evil is another series that has a formula and iterates on it, but after a pretty full release schedule over the last couple of years and a bunch of nostalgic rehashes, it was beginning to feel a bit stale or overdone. Fortunately VIII manages to feel pretty fresh - taking the gameplay they'd developed with the last few titles out of the claustrophobic interiors into much larger, more open and vertical environments and expanding on the four-areas-with-bosses conceit to add variety with a bunch of unique setpieces.

 

Overall this is as easy a trad-gamer recommend as you can get. But I think I enjoyed it less than 7, I prefer the series when it's at least trying for a bit of horror, which this, that one section aside, almost entirely drops. It also not so much jumps the shark by the end as kickflips over it several times, while on fire. VIII/10

 

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Pillars of Eternity 2

Doom (1993)

ESO: The Clockwork City

Superhot: Mind-Control-Delete
Genshin Impact

Sayonara Wild Hearts (twice!)

Control

Death Stranding

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Inside - i thought this was an 8/10 experience and a 7/10 game. It's without doubt been crafted and polished to an extremely high standard, and everything makes sense, reacts well within the rules of the game world, and never takes you out of that world. Saying that, the gameplay isn't exactly varied or taxing, and it's only a few hours long. I can't imagine ever having the urge to go abck and play through again, but i'll happily recommend it to people.

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1. Forza Horizon 4 - Lego Speed Champions & Fortune Island DLC packs (XB1) - 8.5/10

2. The Gardens Between (XB1 Game Pass) - 8/10

3. Sea of Thieves (XB1) - 10/10

4. The Legend of Zelda - Breath of the Wild (Switch) - 10/10

5. Luigi's Mansion 3 (Switch) - 8.5/10

6. Titanfall 2 (XB1) - 9/10

7. Super Mario Odyssey (Switch) - 9.5/10

8. Sniper Elite 4 - (XB1 Game Pass) - 8.5/10

9. Journey to the Savage Planet (XB1 Game Pass) - 7.5/10

10. Wolfenstein: The New Order (XB1 Game Pass) - 8/10

11. Hades (Switch) - 9.5/10

 

 

12. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Switch)

 

The aggravation I felt at having to re-purchase a game I already have on the Wii U didn't last long, because having a fully portable version of THE best version of MK is worth every penny.

 

I don't need to go into detail regarding the content of this game, except to say that the new Battle Modes are a very, very welcome addition.  Renegade Roundup - essentially cops and robbers with go karts - is my favourite, with games hinging on split second decisions.  Hours and hours of fun!

 

I find the Joycons far better and more responsive than the Wiimotes on the previous version.  Due to the amount of time the family have played on this, I bought some cheap plastic wheel accessories which also make a big difference.  Playing this with the wheel attachments on a bench in a beer garden with the kids has given this a whole new lease of life - it's just annoying that my kids are older than they were when we played the Wii U version, and that means they're not as easy to beat..... Damn them!!

 

I'm sure everyone knows that MK8D is one of the Switch's essential titles - other than a better online environment (which is an overall Switch issue rather than something specific to MK) I'm not sure what else they can add to improve the overall experience because it plays like a dream and has kept my whole family enraptured since Christmas!

 

9/10

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13. Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart (2021) - PS5

 

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I spent 15 enjoyable hours with this and got the Platinum, as well as doing all the arena battles and the extra stuff. I had a great time.

For me, what elevates it from being a run-of-the-mill, 6/10 action platformer are two things.

First, the graphics. It really is an exceptionally shiny game. Comparisons with Pixar have been bandied around a lot already, and while I don't think it quite reaches those heady heights, visually, there's little to differentiate this from a CG kids' film. What I thought was more impressive than how it looks, however, is how well it runs. The sheer amount of stuff the game is able to handle on screen at once, while maintaining a solid 60FPS, is genuinely astonishing. There were moments (especially towards the end of the game, when things really started kicking off) where I would go into photo mode and zoom out as far as I could, not to take a picture, but just to marvel at the number of enemies, effects, bullets, explosions and moving parts that were in view at once. There have only been a couple of times since picking up both a PS5 and XSX where I've thought to myself that I was experiencing something genuinely 'next gen', something that wouldn't have been possible on PS4 or XB1, but this game is full of them.

Second, the shooting. It's not tactical, precise or challenging (I don't think I died once during my entire run though, playing on the default difficulty), but what it is, is consistent, excellent fun. Kicking off a battle by launching a couple of Mr Fungi drones to aggro some enemies, then switching to the Topiary Sprinkler to (literally) root a couple more to the spot before whipping out the Enforcer, zooming in on your hover skates, blasting enemies into dust from point blank range with a giant, four-barrelled electric shotgun, moving all the while, tossing grenades left, right and centre and using dimensional rifts to whip across the arena, feels fantastic. The variety of toys you have at your disposal, along with the visuals and the brilliant tactility of the DualSense controller, successfully managed to tickle my limbic system into making me think that I was having an absolute blast, every single time. It's almost entirely frictionless and it's definitely dumb, but, my word, it doesn't half make you smile.

 

It'll be interesting to see how well this stands the test of time once graphics and performance of this standard becomes de rigueur, but, for the time being, I'd recommend this to anyone who owns a PS5. After Spider-Man, which I enjoyed while not finding quite as good as everyone said, and Miles Morales, which bored me, this is comfortably the best Insomniac game I've played.

 

Completed this year:

 

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1. Hades (2020) - PC/Switch

2. Ori and the Will of the Wisps (2020) - Xbox Series X via Gamepass

3. Tetris Effect/Tetris Effect Connected (2020) - Oculus/PC/Xbox Series X via Gamepass

4. Black Mesa (2020) - PC

5. Astro's Playroom (2020) - PS5

6. Return of the Obra Dinn (2018) - PC

7. Demon's Souls (2020) - PS5

8. Monster Hunter: Rise (2021) - Switch

9. There is No Game: Wrong Dimension (2020) - PC

10. A Short Hike (2019) - PC

11. Resident Evil Village (2021) - PS5

12. Mass Effect Remastered (2021) - Xbox Series X

13. Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart (2021) - PS5

 

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1. Alba (Apple Arcade)
2. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity (Switch)
3. My Friend Pedro (Switch)
4. Don't Look Back (iOS)
5. Bowser's Fury [Story] (Switch)
6. Super Ghouls 'n' Ghosts (SNES/Switch)

7. Yoku's Island Express (Switch)
8. Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Museum Collection Complete (Switch)
9. Donut County (Xbox Game Pass)
10. The Medium (XSX, Game Pass)
11. GTA V (XSX)

12. Monument Valley – Ida's Dream (iOS)

13. Gears 5 (XSX, Game Pass)
14. Resident Evil 7 (XSX, Game Pass)

15. Rain On Your Parade (XSX, Game Pass)
16. Titanfall 2 (XSX, Game Pass)

17. Batman Arkham Knight (XSX, Game Pass)
18. Call of the Sea (XSX, Game Pass)
19. The Walking Dead: New Frontier (XSX, Game Pass)
20. A Plague Tale: Innocence (XSX, Game Pass)
21. Tales from the Borderlands (Xbox One, GWG)
22. Batman: The Telltale Series – Season One (Xbox One, GWG)
23. Sunset Overdrive (Xbox)

24. DOOM 2016 (Xbox)

 

 


25. Lego Builder's Journey (Apple Arcade)

There's not really any game to this and some of the levels were just obscure for the sake of it. Touch, mouse and pad controls were all shit and one puzzle in particular suffered massively from the isometric view and crap control combo. Meh. Avoid.

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I've completed a few things this year but never get round to writing them up. So here's a couple from a few months ago:

 

The Medium: A polished Polish Silent Hill-a like that doesn't quite live up to that series but paid homage with enough to keep me interested up to the end.

 

The stealth sections everybody else hated didn't bother me that much, however it would have been nice if they had done more with the mirror mechanic. Some of the puzzle set ups were rather convoluted but the puzzles themselves almost just treated the mirror universe as an extra room rather some clever back and forth adventure.

 

Case in point for the convoluted set up: the silly bit where the character spends two hours or so running around to reach some bolt cutters when she definitely could have gotten a broom or something to knock them off the ledge they were on. Why!?

 

The best and worst thing was the story. Rather confusing at times, I had to play through twice to really get what was going on (well four times, to get the Achievements I missed - I should really have used a guide the second time through, but anyway...) and I still didn't understand a couple of things. There's nothing wrong with a non-linear narrative, of course, however it deals with some adult themes and I didn't think it was clever enough in those respects to obfuscate them in the story-telling. Plus some of the darker themes it touched on felt contradictory to other points in the story.

 

Still, a good effort and it looked amazing at times. I'd like to see what the developers do in a follow-up. Fingers crossed they take all the criticism on board for that rumoured Silent Hill game.

 

The Blackwell Legacy: An adventure game from Wadjet Eye, the publisher almost single-handedly keeping the torch alit for nineties style point 'n clickers.

 

In this you play a young New York woman who involuntarily finds she's inherited a ghost detective from the '30s. Puzzles ensue as they try to put other ghosts to rest. This was a good, short introduction to the Blackwell series with a decent concept on which to hang some snappy dialogue and a few nostalgic 'adventure game logic' puzzles.

 

My only criticism is that I didn't quite think the voice of the detective matched what I though the character should have sounded like, but that's my opinion. Conversely, the best thing about the game, I thought, was the commentary by the sole developer, Dave Gilbert, who gives some good insight into the making of the game. I'm all for more games having running commentary through them. 

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On 26/06/2021 at 20:51, Pelekophoros said:

3/01: Night Slashers (Arcade)

13/02: Ghosts Of Tsushima (PS5)

20/02: Kitty Letter (Android)

21/02: Concrete Genie (PS5)

04/03: Maquette (PS5)

03/04: 198X (PS5)

07/04: Moonwalker (Arcade)

27/04: Apex Legends Season 8 (PS5)

29/04: Call Of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War (PS5)

08/05: Star Wars: Jedi: Fallen Order (PS5)

26/06: Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS5)

02/07: Necromunda Hired Hun (PS5)

 

Once it got going it was alright. The last few levels were super fun, the environment work is absolutely stunning in lots of places. The gun play is...average. There's a wealth of gaming systems in here I literally didn't know existed for two thirds of the game, and then didn't really bother with for the last third. It's so close to being good it's painful in places, but shoddy animations and enemy AI stop it ever really getting there. The less said about the story the better. The campaign is brief. There are loads of optional side missions I really will not be bothering with, and now I've completed it I've freed up the HDD space already.

 

 

Two favourite bugs; rumble only works for the default number of rounds in a magazine, after which it just...doesn't. And you can wall run around things - as in, a box, whilst always facing forwards. That one lead to some moments of absolute confusion.

 

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Super Glitter Rush - All stars

 

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Solid State Survivor - 1cc, TLB (10)

Dangun Feveron - Fever arrange 1cc (10)

GG Aleste 3 - 1cc Normal (10)

Aleste - 1cc (8)

Power Strike II - 1cc (10)

GG Aleste - 1cc (8)

GG Aleste 2 - 1cc (8)

GG Aleste - Special mode 1cc (8)

Power Strike II - Hard 1cc (10)

GG Aleste 3 - Special mode 1cc (10)

Natsuki Chronicles - 1cc Arcade, Normal (10)

G-Darius HD - 1cc, Lambda route (10)

Cotton Reboot - Arrange 1cc (10)

Cotton Reboot - Arrange hard 1cc (10)

Assault Shell - 1cc, Original single (10)

Assault Shell - 1cc, Void arrange (10)

Assault Shell - 2-all (10)

Barrage Fantasia - 1cc Normal (7)

Barrage Fantasia - Advanced 1cc (10)

Patriot Dark - Normal 1cc (10)

Zenodyne R - 1cc Normal (10)

Zenohell - 1cc Normal (10)

Sengoku Youkai Daikassen - 1cc (10)

Maho Shoe - 1cc (10)

Hishou Ayu - 1cc, Normal (10)

Alien Death Mob - All stars (10)

Wolflame - Normal 1cc (10)

东方栖霞园 ~ Blue devil in the Belvedere - Normal 1cc (Sakuya) (10)

Gun-Nac - 1cc, normal (10)

Bike Banditz - 1cc, Normal (10)

Redneg 3Stars - Normal 1cc (10)

Winged Gear - 1cc, Normal (8)

Redneg Allstars - 1cc, normal (10)

Galactic Refugees - Hard 1cc (6)

XCUTE(me) - 1cc (2-5), Normal (10)

Satazius - Normal 1cc (10)

Espgaluda - 1cc

Touhou Kikamu ~ Elegant Impermanence of Sakura - Normal 1cc

 

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02/07/21 - Mass Effect 3

 

And so the trilogy ends. I regret a little playing them all back to back like this, because by the end it felt like I just wanted it to end. I'll go into more detail in the main thread, but I was awfully confused by certain aspects of it that I don't remember happening when I first played ME3. Characters disappearing and being killed off unceremoniously because I didn't do one specific thing was a little odd. Then again, it showed that maybe the story bends in ways that I didn't quite think it did. At least till the ending. The ending I don't hate like so many others. Because for me this series has always been about the chaarcters and their specific story arc and I think it works on that front.

 

Oh, and this time I kicked Allers off my ship and a new sreport said she got killed. Lol. Take that you IGN shills.

 

8/10

 

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10/01 - Spiderman: Miles Morales

23/01 - Yakuza Like A Dragon

 

February

14/02 - Concrete Genie

18/02 - Mega Man 11

21/02 - Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered

 

March

21/03 - Persona 5: Strikers

31/03 - Mega Man X

 

April

17/04 - Mega Man X4

24/04 - Mega Man Zero

 

May

04/05 - New Super Lucky's Tale

20/05 - Cosmic Top Secret

23/05 - Mass Effect

 

June

07/06 - Mass Effect 2

19/06 - Final Fantasy VII: Remake

 

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Jul

 

03/07 Deus Ex Machina Game of the Year 30th Anniversary Collector's Edition (PC)

 

A not great port of the mobile version but probably the easiest way to play this cult classic without faffing about with synchronising the sound using an emulator. Arguably the first commercial interactive art project this is a weird cyberpunk musical that's feels somewhat influenced by Brave New World and part influenced by As You Like It. An amazing cast for the time with Ian Dury, Jon Pertwee, Donna Bailey, Frankie Howerd, E.P. Thompson, and Mel Croucher. Highlights include Ian Dury as a singing sperm "I'm a fertilising agent" and the great point, counter point in War Crimes Are Easy, a song that when I encountered it ten plus years ago changed the way I looked at violent games forever.

 

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Previously

 

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48. 27/06 Answer Knot (PC) 

47. 26/06 1944 : the Loop Master (PC/Arcade)

46. 22/06 Commando (C64)

45. 21/06 GigaWing (PC/Arcade)

44. 19/06 19XX: The War Against Destiny (PC/Arcade)

43. 19/06 Warriors of Fate (PC/Arcade)

42. 18/06 Varth: Operation Thunderstorm (PC/Arcade)

41. 15/06 Carrier Air Wing (PC/Arcade)

40. 14/06 Senjō no Ōkami II (PC/Arcade) 

39. 14/06 1941:Counter Attack (PC/Arcade)

38. 14/06 Forgotten Worlds (PC/Arcade) 

37. 12/06 West of Dead (PC) 

36. 11/06 Raid Over Moscow (C64)

35. 09/06 Section Z (PC/Arcade)

34. 06/05 God of War (PS4)

33. 05/05 Ghostbusters (C64)

32.01/06 Beach Head (C64)

31. 30/05 Depanneur Nocturne (PC)

30. 30/05 Commando (PC/Arcade)

29. 30/05 1942 (PC/Arcade)

28. 30/05 Bionic Commando (PC/Arcade)

27. 29/05 If Found...(PC) 

26. 24/05 Final Fight (PC/Arcade)

25. 22/05 Sunset Overdrive (PC) 

24. 11/05 Batalyx (C64)

23. 09/05 Call of the Sea (PC)

22. 25/04 Carto (PC)

21. 24/04 The Little Acre (PC)

20. 24/04 Yorkshire Gubbins (PC) 

19. 22/04 Control:Ultimate Edition (PC) 

18. 20/04 Rain on Your Parade (PC) 

17. 02/04 Summer Games 2 (C64)

16. 16/03 Beach Head 2:The Dictator Strikes Back (C64)

15. 13/03 Assassin's Creed Chronicles:India (PS4)

14. 07/03 Alvastia Chronicles (PC)

13. 27/02 Oxenfree (PC)

12. 26/02 Assassin's Creed Chronicles:China (PS4)

11. 11/02 Beyond a Steel Sky (PC) 

10. 02/02 Stories Untold (PC)

9. 31/01 Katamari Damacy Reroll (PC)

8. 28/01 2020 Game (Browser)

7. 26/01 Observation (PC)

6. 25/01 Hades (PC)

5. 23/01 Donut County (PC)

4. 17/01 The Touryst (PC) 

3. 13/01 My Friend Pedro (PC)

2. 03/01 Tell Me Why (PC)

1. 01/01 Tales from Off Peak City : Vol 1 (PC)

 

Abandoned

Assassin's Creed Chronicles:Russia

The Medium (PC) 

 

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02/07/2021 - Sonic CD

 

I'm fairly sure I've never finished this before, and if I have I've clearly forgotten most of it. This time I played the snazzy Christian Whitehead version, and as a remaster it's a spectacular job. It looks great on a 4K screen, sounds amazing and plays perfectly. The addition of the Sonic 2 spin dash makes for a big improvement too, as I do remember the original version looking a bit rubbish.

As for the game itself, there is a reason I've taken so long to play it properly. It's easy to forget that this was, I think, a parallel development with Sonic 2, and curiously seems to focus on elements of Sonic 1 that the actual sequel moved away from. The stages are very vertical and somewhat non-linear, encouraging exploration over speed. On top of this there's a time travel mechanic mixed in, asking that players head into the past to destroy machines and ensure a good future for each stage. There's a lot to deal with, and playing this like Sonic 2 just doesn't work.

Once I got into the rhythm however it started to click more. The levels could be confusing at first, but I found I did get to know their quirks through exploration and managed to ensure a good future in most stages. I don't think it's a mechanic I'd have wanted to see in future games, but it works fine here.

The special stages are another matter though. They look flashy in their mode 7-esque 3D, but I found them annoyingly fiddly to play. I didn't manage to complete a single one of them in this playthrough, although I felt I was starting to get the hang of them by the end.

I enjoyed the game overall, but after everything I felt there wasn't much that really stood out. The rest of the Mega Drive games all had memorable levels and music, while this all blurred together for me. The bosses were cool though, with each being based around a new gimmick instead of being a variation on the same thing like the other games.

So there we go. I'm not sure if I can be arsed to go back and properly complete it, but I'm glad I finally played it to the end.

 

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January

25/01/2021 - Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

February

21/02/2021 - The Room

March

06/03/2021 - Gorogoa
07/03/2021 - The Room 2

April

Nothing!

May

03/05/2021 - Resident Evil 3 (Remake)
15/05/2021 - Resident Evil Village
28/05/2021 - Mass Effect 1 Legendary Edition

June

13/06/2021 - Super Mario Maker 2

July

02/07/2021 - Sonic CD

 

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Wow @Mogster, great minds think alike, because…

 

Sonic CD (1993, 2011)

I’d echo most of what you said, but differ insofar as I think the stages don’t gel well with the time travel mechanic, nor the need to explore in search of the machines in the past. Glad to have finally experienced and finished it, but it’s a weird, experimental cousin to the MD games that doesn’t entirely succeed. 
 

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09/01/2021 - Bloodborne

10/01/2021 - Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

10/01/2021 - Halo 2: Anniversary

13/01/2021 - Little Nightmares

26/01/2021 - Donut County

27/01/2021 - Astro’s Playroom

06/02/2021 - The Medium

13/02/2021 - Paper Mario: The Origami King

21/02/2021 - Spider-Man: Miles Morales

28/02/2021 - Super Mario 3D World: Bowser's Fury

03/04/2021 - Dark Souls Remastered
03/04/2021 - Halo 3

15/04/2021 - Yakuza 0

08/05/2021 - Final Fantasy VII Remake

15/05/2021 - Resident Evil Zero

22/05/2021 - Blasphemous

29/05/2021 - Limbo

03/06/2021 - Inside

09/06/2021 - Resident Evil VII

19/06/2021 - Super Mario 3D World

28/06/2021 - Resident Evil: Village

03/07/2021 - Sonic CD

 

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02/07/2021 - Weaves of Fate (PC)

 

A very short SRPG involving demons, time and magic. This can be completed in under 2 hours easily, and probably the best thing about it is that you can overpower your characters to ridiculous levels (though you really only need to focus on one character, which is a bit of a negative.) The story is okay, there's no real strategy to the battles and, as you would expect from a title that is done and dusted so soon, characterisation is a word somebody heard about once but didn't know what it meant.

 

Still, that short runtime was the main appeal - it's about £1.20 in the Steam sale at the moment and, if you fancy seeing ever-higher numbers on your stats and damage (and don't want to play the Disgaea series) then you can replay levels and overpower your squad to your heart's content.


I quite enjoyed it.

 

Previously completed:

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27/06/2021 - Through the Woods (PC)

22/06/2021 - Answer Knot (PC)

10/06/2021 - Halo: Spartan Assault (PC)

07/06/2021 - The Hex (PC)

23/05/2021 - Renegade (Spectrum)

15/05/2021 - Lords of Xumila (PC)

09/05/2021 - Devolverland Expo (PC)

09/05/2021 - The Medium (PC)

02/05/2021 - Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms (PC)

01/05/2021 - Shadows: Awakening (PC)

21/04/2021 - Rain on Your Parade (PC)

20/04/2021 - Wasteland 2 (PC)

04/04/2021 - Secret World Legends (PC)

02/04/2021 - She Sees Red (PC)

27/03/2021 - Greedfall (PC)

26/03/2021 - Freedom Fighters (PC)

10/03/2021 - Breath of Death VII (PC)

05/03/2021 - Dungeons & Lesbians (PC)

04/03/2021 - Quantum Break (PC)

26/02/2021 - Marvel Avengers (PC)

20/02/2021 - Life is Strange (PC)

02/02/2021 - P.O.W. (Arcade)

28/01/2021 - Devil's Hunt (PC)

24/01/2021 - A Mortician's Tale (PC)

19/01/2021 - The Touryst (PC)

19/01/2021 - Druidstone: The Secret of the Menhir Forrest (PC)

15/01/2021 - A New Life (PC)

05/01/2021 - Vostok Inc. (PC)

02/01/2021 - Call to the Sea (PC)

01/01/2021 - Suikoden (PS1)

 

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