Solidly “Strategic”, but the “Mind” is quite mental.
So indie it hurts, this game has a few good ideas buried under the worst possible interface.
Step into the shoes of a Hawaiian native as he fights against the odds to rescue his son and liberate his island from the malevolent forces that have corrupted it.
A singular vision realized. The impossible made possible. Jump into the infinite. Jump into Manifold Garden.
Although it is a promising early look at what could one day be a great entry into the survival horror genre, Fear the Dark Unknown’s demo has enough flaws to scare me away in its current state.
The king is dead, the kingdom has fallen into disarray, and you’re the only one who has the influence and acumen to unite the council and restore the land to its former glory.
Pursuer will lose all its potential unless it receives major patchwork. Until then, this game remains unpolished, underdeveloped, and overpriced.
Do you have the tactical chops to face down the dark forces of the Nazi hordes? Command your brave squad of Polish partisans in war-torn Warsaw. A turn-based experience not for the faint-hearted.
Break out your smokes and channel your inner delinquent as you brawl, study, and hang with your friends during the autumn of your senior year in this open city, narrative-focused, action- RPG.
If life didn’t have enough cats and dogs, then these two hack-and-slash adventures will be the purrfect cur for your problems.