Tag: single-player

May
03

REVIEW: Deiland: Pocket Planet Edition (Switch)

A “relaxing experience” that winds up frustrating.

May
01

REVIEW: Tales of the Black Forest

Despite its horror theme, Tales of the Black Forest tells of a heartwarming story. It does a good job with its storytelling although it can feel a bit slow sometimes.

Apr
27

REVIEW: Stellaris: Nemesis

The galaxy is a chaotic and dangerous place and only true unity can bring peace and order to it. Will you work through the galactic community for it or will you simply be the last one left to guide the […]

Apr
26

REVIEW: Vylan

Vylan is a puzzle game where your environment only moves when you move. It has 100 levels in total with increasing difficulty.

Apr
19

REVIEW: Skjoldur Story

An enjoyable game with a unique mechanic where you can absorb an enemy’s projectile as your own.

Apr
18

REVIEW: Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light

Although it can feel boring and repetitive sometimes, it’s still a fun game to play.

Apr
17

REVIEW: Mini Ninjas

Despite its uniqueness, some design choices left me unsatisfied.

Apr
05

REVIEW: Narita Boy

Although it has problems in the starting area, Narita Boy proves to be an enjoyable game with its combat.

Apr
03

REVIEW: Cover Your Eyes

The lack of a proper follow-up and repetitiveness makes the interesting game not shine at its fullest.

Apr
02

REVIEW: Minoria

Minoria presents you with dark-themed areas and stories where you must use your quick reflexes against the enemies that are standing in your way.