Ported over from mobile, it translates into a decent game on the PC. However, after beating the game, there’s not much reason to keep playing, in spite of all the unlockable suits available.
The first game utilized sex appeal to draw attention to a very challenging platforming puzzler. Its sequel uses the same tactics, without offering more content or value, while also charging more.
Although this is a reasonable first attempt at making a game, none of its elements are exemplary. With everything being below average, it’s not worth paying attention to.
This is a seemingly average parody game made through RPG Maker. However, it contains offensive, divisive content that is very out of place for the rest of the game.
This arcade game fails because although it has simple gameplay, it’s not been programmed well enough to function properly. For instance, there’s no limit on how many enemies can spawn.
Although Strange Brigade has adequate gameplay, which is improved if you play with others, the developers seemed to focus more on gimmicks and selling DLC than developing a worthwhile campaign.
Although intended to be a party game, there’s not much that would maintain a group’s interest for very long. It’s possible to play alone against the AI, but there is even less reason to play this game by yourself.
This run and gun game is surprisingly hard, with most of the difficulty stemming from the bosses and optional challenges, such as a 2 heart run. However, with a shop full of upgrades, there are ways to mitigate the difficulty.
Although there are other vehicles, such as walking mechs you can control, I think of Armored Evolution as a sci-fi tank game. The RPG elements help give you something to work towards, but a lack of story or objectives undoes […]
If I had to recommend a game series for younger players, the LEGO® games would be a solid choice. However, though the comedy isn’t for kids only, its repetitiveness might prove irksome to older gamers.