The game’s concept is a breath of fresh air. A world set in a post-apocalyptic Earth where machines rule and surviving humans live in primitive tribes dealing with the aftermath. It sets itself apart from other games with similar themes. It’s gorgeous and challenging with a great gripping plot. The landscape is beautiful, detailed and enormous and filled with mecha-beasts resembling typical animals and towering prehistoric behemoths that are all the more intriguing.
It’s such an amazing game with an immersive gameplay, stunning graphics and detailed character development. It feels like every aspect of this game was well thought out. Guerrilla Games clearly poured their love and care into developing this title. This is one of the few games I have gone through all of the main dialogue and cutscenes without skipping because it was so engaging.
I’m so glad I finally got to play this game even though it’s a bit late. The timing couldn’t have been better because I managed to get myself a PS5, so I got to play it in its full 4K 60fps glory and Forbidden West has just been released! I can’t wait to immerse myself once again in its beautiful world.
I was never into survival games that much but this one's an exception. Its crafting and survival aren't as restricting compared to other games in the genre, there's no constant nagging about hunger and other statuses which impedes progress. Valheim stands out from other survival games because it takes out those tedious survival systems. It never felt grindy to me, it's just pure fun. It's very chill, and even death is forgiving.
Even though it's still in Early Access, I've invested some 90+ hours into this game within a week of playing. It feels polished enough to be a stable release. Props to the dev team for that, they only have 5 people working on it and they nailed it!
Overall, it's a very good game. From the crafting and building system, to the bosses, to the survival mechanics and more, it's definitely going to keep you hooked for hours on end. Highly recommended. 👍
Also, the game looks gorgeous! 🤩
Fun racing game to pass time, not so much into realism and that's a good thing, just enjoy the race, the music and the view. The nostalgia from old arcade racing games is a blast! They even managed to get the composer from Top Gear(SNES), awesome!
- Level Design
- Split-screen Co-op
- No online multiplayer
Okay, this game is a masterpiece.
I’ve been holding off playing this for a long time as people have said it takes a while to complete. I finally found time to play this gem during the weekends on lockdown and I must say I was blown away. I have played other indie titles of similar caliber such as Dead Cells and Celeste but out of them this one’s my favorite.
This game has everything, the art style is gorgeous, the world is quite huge but the progression is perfectly laid out. The gameplay has just the right amount of challenge and the music is excellent. The story is a bit depressing but it was obvious from the get go considering the game’s atmosphere was gloomy all throughout the stages. The lore though is interesting and I’m excited to know more from the upcoming sequel — Silksong.
This is one of the best games I’ve played, and as usual it’s from an indie studio! A lot of talented individuals come from such studios and they keep making awesome games. Keep on supporting these developers, their love and passion emanates from the work they produce.
Buy and play it if you haven’t already, it goes on sale often for dirt cheap, you won’t regret it.
Gwent has come a long way from being a Witcher 3 mini-game. A lot has been changed for this standalone version and as it stands, it’s arguably the best card game available in the market. The game is very f2p friendly, has incredible art and sound design and the devs are quite generous with the consistent updates. I also love that it’s available on mobile, pretty convenient if you want to play on the go.
It can be slightly overwhelming for beginners at first but worth the time and effort in the long run. Easily recommendable to Witcher and non-Witcher fans alike.
Everything about this game is amazing, the pixel-perfect art, awesome gameplay, the heartwarming story and most of all the 10/10 music. The game starts easy, teaching you simple controls and as you progress, the game knows it and challenges you by adding more mechanics with ever increasing level of complexity...
The platforming in this game is a puzzle in of itself, challenging you to find ways on how to overcome a certain room without giving hints or clues. While it is hard you can always change the difficulty with "assist mode" to fit your own needs.
My favorite thing about this game is the music, it's phenomenal, I really like how the music changes through each level, it starts soft and as the game progress it becomes more and more upbeat raising your stress levels. There are times when the game really gets challenging and pushes you to the verge of quitting, however the music compels me to completion every single time. I just can't give up, it's just that good.
Celeste is a game you'd never expect to impact you the way it does, the story is great and evokes various emotions. I never really paid attention to it at first, it was just there sitting alongside all the backlogged games in my library. Tried it once, and what came next was fascinating. It quickly became one of my favorite games. I rarely come across games as well designed and as well thought out as Celeste, I highly recommend it, it's a masterpiece!
Arguably the best Diablo since Diablo II (Diablo III at launch is sh*t). Torchlight 2 solved a lot of problems it had with its predecessor, adding a multiplayer is such a huge selling point for me. Having the option to play solo offline, local multiplayer through LAN or through online matchmaking is what made me choose TL2 over Diablo III.
Mod support for this game is overwhelming, from simple UI changes to gameplay improvements like adding controller support and staggering changes like adding dozens of whole new contents to the game such as new characters, pets and even whole towns with their own unique NPCs, dungeons, monsters and so much more!
There's literally countless hours to invest into this game, and you won't regret buying it, it only costs half the price of many other comparable games.