Dead Age is a strategy game about surviving in the world full of living dead. Can you cope in chaos? Can you survive in the hopelessness? Do you like tough decisions and can you withstand the consequences? Are you fans of the zombie classic The Walking Dead? In that case you definitely have to try Dead Age. I personally appreciate that Dead Age’s gaming mechanism is totally different from The Walking Dead series. Dead Age is a combination of old school and modern trends. Good old turn-based fights require a plan, a strategy and fast response in order to survive with minimal losses and while being useful to your blooming community. Dead Age will torment you with a lot of factors. How will you deal with daily fear of your bare life? How will you deal with the loss of those closest to you? And how long will you survive?
Slayaway Camp is a logic 2.5D puzzle game in voxel graphic. This game is a proof that the job as a serial killer of young teenagers isn’t for everybody. Every multiple-murder requires carefully planned steps. And where is the largest concentration of teenagers without caring supervision? Of course in summer camps! You just need an image of horror, a few brutal murderous techniques and let’s get started. Slayaway Camp is sympathetically divided into short levels with 10 or more sublevels. Menu is in the style of a video store specializing in the horror comedy as The Final Girls or Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland. Each level represents one film and every film has its own homicidal maniac. With each completed level you’ll get a main anti-hero as one of the collectible elements in this game. Of course, you can freely choose from collected characters and play with them even in other films.
Face Noir is a 2.5D detective point and click adventure with a grim sepia filter and serious atmosphere. You will play as a private eye – Jack Del Nero, who somehow lives from day to day like most people after the collapse of the New York Stock Exchange. His only pleasure are cigarettes and whiskey, which he generally can’t afford and his job as a private detective doesn’t earn much. But one day he answers the call from his old colleague, who was involved in a pretty tangled cobweb of underworld.
The story begins at the end to entice you, then of course you will play retrospectively to find out why it happened. Because I don’t want to spoil the whole story, let’s continue with parameters, which can be reviewed without interfering with the plot. Continue reading Face Noir – PC Game Review→
First of all, this review is based purely on Supreme League of Patriots Issue 1: A Patriot Is Born. I have part 2 & 3 too but didn’t play them yet.
I am very confused to be honest. I’m a big fan of adventure games but this one didn’t fulfil my expectations. I will begin with the main duo – Kyle and Mel. Well, the authors tried to put a lot of factual, prejudicial, problematic and ethical messages in their pretty long dialogues. I appreciate their effort but the game is overloaded with it and I’m not counting the celebrity insinuations. (I didn’t understand them because I didn’t know someone like that exist… Except Mila Kunis ofc.) I’m a philosophical person and like to think about things Continue reading Supreme League of Patriots Issue 1: A Patriot Is Born – PC Game Review→
Guards is a 2.5D turn-based strategic RPG game with simple low poly graphic and nice heroic music in background. From the beginning the game will set your mood right with an interesting fighting technique and with the offer of eight different classes. Naturally you have to progressively buy and upgrade new characters for obtained Mithrils (in-game currency). Before you start your adventure you have to choose a lucky team of four. Each hero has different abilities and can be deadly dangerous in combination with other team members. Every journey has 10 levels and 3 difficulty levels, which are progressively unlocked if you have vanquished the easier level.