Tag: tamaster

Jun
20

REVIEW: Smoke and Sacrifice

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.

Jun
16

REVIEW: Milanoir

Milanoir is a top down shooter set in Milan, Italy in the 70’s. It has some charming art direction, a good soundtrack, and a unique setting, but it falls terribly short on content and gameplay design choices.

Jun
15

REVIEW: The Mercury Man

The Mercury Man is an action-adventure game that tries to be fresh and new by introducing experimental ideas, and various types of gameplay at once, but it fails to execute any of these things properly. This results in a title […]

Jun
12

PREVIEW: Garrison Archangel

Garrison Archangel is a fast and brutal sci-fi fighting game with a good customization for Mechs and some interesting mechanics, but it is still lacking in content, polish, and bug fixing.

Jun
09

REVIEW: Rogues Like Us

Rogues Like Us is a minimalist but entertaining roguelike game with a budget price tag and many hours of fun. The only bad thing about it is that co-op is local only, otherwise it’s a very solid title that any […]

Jun
08

REVIEW: Vampyr

For being one of the most anticipated games of 2018, Vampyr does not meet expectations and reveals itself as a mediocre, generic, inconsistent action-adventure game that is saved, in part, only by good character development and an intriguing game world.

May
26

REVIEW: Dark Quest 2

Dark Quest 2 is a decent turn-based RPG set in a grim fantasy world. It doesn’t have the most original storyline, characters, or setting, but overall it is done pretty well and fans of dungeon crawlers will love its tactical […]

May
20

REVIEW: Space Battlecruiser

A decent space shooter with light strategy elements, that could be a good game for this price range but is impaired by some debatable design choices and rather unfair balancing in later game.

May
17

REVIEW: Tempest Citadel

Tempest Citadel is an RTS/Management game with a good setting and a decent storyline, but it falls short with its combat mechanics and generally poor explanations of how the game itself works. A real pity, because it had good potential.

May
16

PREVIEW: Gaia Beyond

Gaia Beyond is a top-down space RPG with a classic feeling to it that, even in Early Access, shows promise and is fun to play in spite of having only barebones core mechanics in place. It is a good title […]