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Have you ever played a game that is so incredibly hard, that you can't get past the first level or a challenging part of a game that you can beat no matter how hard you try or how much you change your strategy. Neo Scavenger is the embodiment of that idea. Neo Scavenger is about micromanaging your stats, having food and water, not freezing to death, finding a vehicle and a weapon while trying to get to Detroit. I never got to Detroit. Sometimes you get lucky and find a safe, some snack cakes and a pistol. Other times, you end up with 15 shards.
Not a game, but a food. You might eat them with a game I suppose...
These are basic sweet pancakes with a kick of vanilla.
There is less sugar than a lot of recipes but you don't need it if you're going to eat them with syrup.
The beginning of September is the synonym for fresh starts, so the studio Trazzy Entertainment, developers of a nice pirate shooter "Revenge of Roger Rouge" decided it is the right time to present their latest game. By looking at the game’s logo and screenshots, you can tell that this is a high seas themed game. Indeed, is there a player that never wished to became a captain and sail the seven seas?
This review is my first and I will cover different parts of the game under different sections. I will be covering (concept , gameplay , controls ,Modes , visuals , replay value , online and final score) so lets begin.
I'm just going to come out and say that I'm not the biggest RPG player so it takes something special to make me sit through a 40 hour story.What takes me out of the experience is that most RPGs I've played have just okay combat,if a game has cool weapons to use then they should be fun to use.I didn't find the combat in skyrim was fun at first but got old very quick and I lost interest.
I played Witcher 2 ten hours at a time.....so ya I think you now how I feel about this game.
So after my Ninja Gaiden 3 rant a few weeks backs I decided to go back and see if Ninja Gaiden 2 still holds up.The last time I played it was when I was fifteen so who knows.
You play as Ryu Hayabusa, a member of the Dragon lineage.
After an attack on Hayabusa village(no really that's what it's called) an artifact gets stolen that can bring back the arch fiend..oh ya I guess I should mention that the demons in this game are call fiends,alright moving on.
Ryu sets out to reclaim the artifact and that's all the story that you get.
Lets just get this out of the way now.Gone Home is one of the one of the best told stories in recent years.
So while I wait for my copy of GTA 5 to show up I thought that I might as well look at some indie games and I had heard some great things about Gone Home.
I was not expecting to be as good as it was.
Since the game is only an hour and a half long I won't say anything about the story in this review because it is best when you have no idea what to expect.
What I will be focusing on in this review is how they told the story and why I think more games should be like this.
I've been thinking lately and I've come to realize that it has been a long time since we had a good Squad-based Shooter. The last good one I can remember was GRAW 2(Ghost recon advanced warfighter 2).It has been six years since that game came out and after playing xcom Declassified....the wait goes on.
Castle Crashers is a hilarious 2D RPG co-op game. Filled with hilarious bosses and NPCs it requires a "mature" mind to enjoy. With duels for the princess's kiss and deer who are propelled by shit, it is a rather diverse game. The game could be compared to Borderlands 2 for it's hilarious content, but nothing to do with the gameplay. With the fire, ice, lightning, arrow, and poison knight the campaign can be played by up to 4 players at a time. The knights have only a few attacks but the combos of these can unleash devestating magic and sword attacks.
Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe is a step down from the spinewrenching, skullcrushing, bonesmashing world of Mortal Kombat. Produced by Midway Games and Warner Bros. it may be seen as a flop, but that's not the case. As a T rated game there are no brutal X-Ray finishers and smashed bodies. However, the game does deliver solid fighting gameplay, with an array of characters and attacks, from teleporting to smashing.
Droid Assault is a independent game available on Steam for $5. Droid Assault is developed by PuppyGames and is a ingenious piece of work that combines old gameplay with new effects and abilities. The game follows a traditional "get as far as you can" method of scoring found in arcade machines, though it is divided into sections, so you can start the game from any one section after completing it.