Forgotten Passages isn’t a game you beat, it’s a game you endure because it’s absolutely grueling to get through all 100 levels due to how utterly boring it is.
If you’ve ever dreamed of being able to build nice looking and realistic castles, this title may be for you as long as you pick it up for a fraction of its current price.
Crimson Keep is a first person action RPG. Descend into an ever-changing labyrinth full of monsters, traps, treasure, repetition, missing content, broken achievements, and terrible RNG.
Blood Waves is an uninspired TPS and tower defense mix which lacks content and feels rushed. It gets stale faster than leftover bread in summer, and is just an overall repetitive game that I would not recommend in any way.
As an Inquisitor you don’t care about anything else than Purging the Galigari sector that is rotting from the inside out. Warhammer: Inquisitor – Martyr is an ARPG that features design choices that don’t sound good even on paper.
Smoke and Sacrifice is a game with a gorgeous hand-drawn art style and good sound direction, but is crippled by tedious, uninteresting gameplay mechanics that will drive players to boredom and frustration.
Past Cure is an action/stealth game with a plethora of gameplay issues and an uninspired story. Its only redeemable quality is the graphics, but that alone is not enough to carry it.
Morphite describes itself as a “casual atmospheric FPS, inspired by the classics”. While I agree with that assertion for the most part, I can also safely say that this is a perfect case of a missed opportunity to make something […]
Visualnoveler’s Chaos Souls aspires itself to be in the vein of the Dark Souls series and tries to put the core mechanics into a 2.5D action side scroller, but it fails quite badly at it.
Being a mobile port to begin with, Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf does not deliver. The gameplay system involves a huge grind / pay wall and an overly simple strategic component. Unfortunately, it comes off as a mediocre title.