At first glance, the graphics are the main point that caught my eye. The setting of each chapter introduces something new, from a dungeon, to sewers, all of them set with 3D models that appear to be painted in watercolor.
Five super atmospheric minigames in which each of them are inside a different disc, transporting the player to the mythical 90s. This is not the main premise of Unsorted Horror, it’s in fact the first image that we have of this experience produced in its...
Without a doubt, one of Remnant 2’s strengths is its world design. Each area seems to have been meticulously thought out, with a lot of attention to detail.
Dordogne’s message is to appreciate every moment in life, because as good as that moment is, it will never last forever.
Humanity is a modern take on the puzzle-strategy genre in the style of Lemmings, presented by the producers of Tetris Effect, where the objective will be to lead individuals to the main goal.
Starship Troopers: Extermination is an intense first-person experience that has the presence of up to 16 players on the same battlefield.
Hunt the Night is an experience marked by visually stunning areas that make its entire world vibrant.
The Last Case of Benedict Fox is by far not a perfect title, but it will certainly leave its mark on whoever plays it, now whether it’s positive or negative depends a bit on each case…
It’s been some time since I’ve pored over a title that took me hours without realizing it. Dredge is special and over the 14 hours I spent there he made everything feel like a treat.
Terra Nil is a super relaxing but short experience. It does have some replayability, with the implementation of different difficulty levels, but just four different zones seem pretty short. However, it is a fully recommended title for fans of city-builder games.