A game that has an extraordinary amount to offer. Echo is an indie action RPG game set in a fantasy world and you play as Lin, an adventurer part of an independent guild whose first adventure sees her meet and deal with a multitude of different characters and enemies.
This tough challenging platformer comes thick and fast as you have to defend the Highwall from wave after wave of oncoming troll. With multiplayer capabilities this indie title is bags of fun and you can have a good few hours of fun, learning the skills of each different character (Archer, Wizard, Warrior). Having played with the AI in all of my playthroughs, you can use them effectively to cover one side of the wall whilst you defend the other. The controls are easy to get if you are a PC player and the graphics and artwork are smooth and fit well with the game.
The game is extremely tough as the waves progress, culminating in a boss battle with Eyegore the Cyclops and trust me when I tell you, it is not easy. But its fun and makes want to keep playing until you beat that 7th wave. As previously mentioned you can play as 3 different characters however beyond that the replayability ends, however you will spend some serious time trying to win with all 3 characters.
I highly recommend giving this game a go so check it out and support the developer:
A creative look into the psyche of a killer pushed to her limits.
Crimson Light is a psychological thriller about two orphan sisters who are outcasts in their new town. Everything turns on its head when a mysterious man appears and the townspeople all turn up dead.
Cute. Fun. Mysterious
What a great game to play, after more than one failed recording (all of my own fault) I almost gave up playing, but I am so glad I didn’t as this was so much fun when I really got into it. Playing as Alexis in a robot filled world you decide to go on a search for the mystical human, switching a story up from perhaps playing as a human searching for some other mythical creature.
Simple. Upbeat. Challenging.
These are how I would describe the above game, designed and created by indie developer DarkBloodbane, L.I.F.T is a retro style shooter where you must take out the evil robot group (Falcor) protecting skyscrapers as you ascend in the elevator.
Everyone has a first game, whatever console it was on, everyone remembers the first game they ever played and for me that was Wonder Boy 3 The Dragons Trap. Released on the SEGA Master System I remember sitting on my living room floor with my older brothers trying to navigate through the different areas of the game, defeating monsters and changing forms. Then, quite a few years later I saw it on the Virtual Console on the Wii and I jumped at the chance to play it again, bringing back all the nostalgia and enjoyment I had when I was young. And not all games stand the test of time…but this did and now, in April 2017 it is coming back once more in an all new remake! Here’s why I think it deserves the remake and why it stands the test of time.
There’s no secret way of getting past the toughest boss in Undertale (genocide run), all I can show you is how I did it. All I will say is that you learn from defeat, learn his moves, learn when to dodge, learn when to move, learn when to hit and most importantly…be patient because one way or another….YOUR GONNA HAVE A BAD TIME!
There’s one thing at my childhood I will never forget, it was when my cousin came over and brought a PS1 game to play with my older brothers. Obviously my gaming curiosity peaked and had to check it out, I happened to walk in and watch from the very moment Leon’s head arches up and see’s THAT LICKER staring back down at him…my eyes widened and I was introduced to Resident Evil.
From playing it I always couldn’t quite figure something out, I know what zombies were and how they worked and that humans turn into them, but what about Lickers. What was a Licker pre T-virus?
I just had to find out…and the results were…interesting…
Side Quests, a term I had not really heard of until the PS3 came out and I bought my first
Assassin’s Creed game. Gaming has changed so much, in particular with open world games Like Fallout, that the main campaign according to developers is not enough content within it to get the full experience of these games…enter side quests. Side quests are missions, or tasks you complete that have no irrevocable effect on the main story and can be completely unrelated to the focus of the game. However what they generally offer (at least in Fallout 4) is experience, new weapons, armor or items, even a mild story-esque mission of its own to improve the overall experience of your gameplay.