If there’s one area where I feel gaming espcially consoles and PC is puzzle games and when I say that I mean good puzzle games. Luckily the switch is starting to get a wave of fresh and interesting titles such as “Me & myself” which completely fascinated me with it’s simple and elegant mechanics and “Six Sides of the World” is no different.Continue reading “Six Sides of the World – Review”
I got to admit: when BurgerTime Party! landed on my desk waiting to be reviewd I never thought I was gonna enjoy it the way I did and that a game that I never heard of is an heir to a rich family of games that dates back all the way to the ’80s!Continue reading “BurgerTime Party! – Review”
I’m a huge anime fan and still, I hadn’t the pleasure of getting to know Utawarerumono. I knew it existed thanks to 2 anime series that aired in Japan in 2006 and 2015 but I never got around to watch them. Until I played the newest game in the franchise: Utawarerumono: ZAN!Continue reading “Utawarerumono: ZAN! – review”
I must admit, Strategy games were never my cup of tea as I consider myself more of an action\platformer guy and still despite this when I first started playing Siegecraft Commander something was different.
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Simulators are the kind of games where in my experience you either succeed spectacularly or fail miserably and there a lot of reasons for both them starting with what is being tried to simulate all the way to the experience itself. Surgeon Simulator for the Nintendo Switch is that third type of game, it’s that casual game you play with your friends to get some laughs and now it’s on the Nintendo Switch, so you will be able to do it anywhere you friends are.
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I love a good Beat ’em up. Those games that let you sink in your chair and just pound your way through hordes of enemies with no end. That’s why I decided to review “Claws Of Furry”. The trailer looked cool, the gameplay looks clean and simple and the art style looked alright so I thought I’m in for a treat… or so I thought. Continue reading “Claws Of Furry – Review”
You know those games that are inspired by another game but somehow overcome them? like the type of games you say to yourself “this is how it was supposed to be”? well, allow me to introduce you to Freedom Planet, a platformer that takes the sonic route but surprisingly does it better.