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Caio Akiyoshi reviewed What Remains of Edith Finch (PC)
Empyreal reviewed Crysis (Xbox 360 Games Store)
"Spectacular looking game, it's just a shame the story and gameplay don't really hold the same appeal as the cosmetics of this game. For a game that's almost 12 years old it looks insane some good ideas in this game too at the time of it's release they were probably ground breaking too. Alas, the game is nothing more than mediocre in 2018. Still impressive considering it's age though."
Played: December 7th - December 10th
Empyreal reviewed Dark Souls (Nintendo Switch)
"What can I say, this game is infuriating but amazing. The sheer emotional pain it puts you through when you hit a brick wall that is a boss but it's so nice and satisfying when you finally progress. Not a game for quitters, hard but extremely enjoyable."
Played: November 24th - December 8th
Caio Akiyoshi reviewed West of Loathing (Nintendo Switch)
Caio Akiyoshi reviewed Zero Time Dilemma (PC)
Empyreal reviewed Call of Cthulhu - The Video Game (PC)
"This was not at all what I expected. I'd read it was a horror game with RPG elements, it was more like a detective game with a dark theme, Nevertheless, I still enjoyed the game. The first few chapters of this game had me questioning whether I'd enjoy the game, the lip sync is shameful but the overall story was intruiging and I can't say I was bored at any point."
Played: November 3rd - November 4th
Empyreal reviewed Ryse: Son of Rome (PC)
"I thoroughly enjoyed this throughout the entire campaign. The story is done well, the game it's self is so beautiful, the only flaw is the style it's done in, it has Batman like combat but with swords, it's satisfying and brutal but can get old quick, luckily enough the game is quite short so it's not too much. I would definitely recommend picking this up if you can get it cheap."
Played: October 31st - November 2nd
Empyreal reviewed Mortal Kombat X (PC)
"Personally, I get bored of beat 'em up's very quick and this one is no different, But! I can say this one lasted a little longer than most others. The story mode I thought was done very well for a fighting game, it's visually pleasing and the combat is done so well, it genuinely feels like you're making contact. The X-ray attacks and fatalities are worth playing it for alone, there's loads of unlockables, all in all a brilliant continuation of the classic MK series."
Played: October 27th - October 28th
Empyreal reviewed Marvel's Spider-Man (PlayStation 4)
"I loved this game. I always hate when DLC's are announced before the game surfaces but I'm genuinely looking forward to this DLC. This is the first game I've ever wanted to "Plat", which I have done so that must count for something, right?"
Played: September 7th - September 12th
Alexa Kelly reviewed Donut County (PC)
"Eehhhh.... this is barely actually a game?? It felt like the majority of the content was cutscenes between levels and the "trashopedia" you can look at. Those things are admittedly cute! The art is pleasant to look at and the music is great! The puzzle element, though, is super boring - katamari lite, honestly. There's no real tension, as it's impossible to lose levels, and it's not like "eat small stuff first" is much of a challenge to figure out, and only the very last level is any real spin on that basic concept. This app is just... nice to look at, cute #aesthetic. There aren't enough levels to justify the price point, and the replay value is nil since there's no way to get a better score or do literally anything differently. I get that the price is driven by it being indie and by the assets taking time to create... but I can't say I'm happy to have bought this."
Started on: August 30th