Far from Noise is a narrative title that’s releasing on Steam and Playstation 4 today for £5.99. You play the role of a woman who wakes up to find herself staring…
Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be a game that is overburdened with mechanical depth.
Like many Bullet Hell titles, Radar Warfare is overly reliant on a false sense of challenge and falls back on the “git-gud” attitude of difficult game design to justify it.
Indygo’s core themes of isolation and depression may be interesting but the narrative fails to present characters with a sense of depth or verisimilitude.
Dean didn’t really buy into the whole Ninjas vs Pirates fiasco… has Ninja Shodown swayed his decision?
If Kingdoms and Castles looks to you like a blocky, more colourful version of Banished then, well, good job. That’s pretty spot on.
Oceanhorn borrows a lot from one franchise in particular: Zelda. It can feel a little too familiar at times but manages to find a voice of it’s own.
Billed as a nihilistic action platformer, Nongünz certainly delivers on an experience steeped in the choice between situational improvement and despair, at least on the surface. Upon first glance Nongünz…
Lock’s Quest has a fantastic conceit in fusing Tower Defense with an Action RPG, but does this remaster justify the jump from Nintendo DS to PC and consoles?
Is this twin-stick copycat worth picking up? James lets the spacecat out of the bag.