A new cover-based looter shooter arrives and although it’s not going to revolutionize the genre, it’s an interesting enough diversion to be worth your time. As long as you can get it to work.
There are definitely areas where Dogworld stumbles, such as some overly difficult moments and a lackluster conclusion, but overall it’s a pretty good boy.
I’m not sure if this game would be satisfactory, even for its intended audience. With the gameplay getting stale in only a few hours, I think it’d feel like money poorly spent.
Exactly how many bullet points can you give a game?
Carrying forward many of the changes from the previous title in the series, Resident Evil 5 is an excellent coop shooter even if it fails to uphold the survival horror legacy that was set before it.
Russian developer Team Rez manages to deliver a sci-fi shooter that proves serviceable and with a daring storyline, however the poor English translation and lack of polishing drag it down.
The president’s daughter has been kidnapped and Leon Kennedy is our only hope. If only Chris could have made it…
An Indie tower defense shooter that provides functional gameplay, however proves to lack depth and global progression elements. A decent title, but nothing more.
Cobra la-la-la-la! Or is it Yooo Joe? Whichever you pick, ready yourself for the fight and lead your forces against the enemy to establish your dominance or protection over the world and its people.
I’d like some demons and organs, raw and bloody please.