Far Cry 3 - Blood Dragon
grant bought me this game for my 3rd birthday and i just recently learned to type so thank grant for the game goodnight
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better then the actual far cry 3
There’s potential, but it’s not yet realised.
Vicewave is an open-world action game clearly inspired by Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. With a great synthwave soundtrack and vibrant 80’s style neons, the atmosphere is set. Unfortunately, the gameplay experience is lacking in several areas, and the optimisation needs work. Frankly, making any progress in this game is a constant uphill struggle against poor game mechanics.
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Conclusion: if you’re expecting a fun retro style GTA game. Sadly, this is not it (List is down below). I have given this game several tries over the span of a few months. I cannot recommend it.
1: Lockpicking is extremely tedious. The (Sweet Spot) needs to be configurable via difficulty.
2: Player dies far too easy, and body armor is behind a XP wall.
3: Difficulty is too high (for casual players of this genre).
4: Cars hand like their on something, and bottom out if bridge is too steep.
Retro City Rampage™ DX
I think the concept of this game is great. The idea is that it’s an open world crime game like GTA, but it’s set in video game land filled with parodies of almost any video game character you can imagine. It’s a brilliant idea, and fortunately the game mostly lives up to this great concept even if it falls short in some areas.
The game plays as you’d expect out of an open world crime game. However, the game tries to have a much better variety of mission styles. It doesn’t try to be only standard A to B shooting. The game tries to mix it up by including missions that are arcade-like or based on old NES games. Thanks to this the variety is incredible and every other mission mixes up the gameplay in some way, so you’ll rarely get bored. The quality of the missions do vary however. A good amount of the missions are fun and challenging, but others tend to be a little shallow and funnled, not leaving a lot of room for experimentation. On the whole though, the biggest problem with the missions in this game is that they’re all a bit short.
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Retro City Rampage.
What can I say? I love this game. I can’t even write from an objective standpoint here to make an honest and fair review with this one. I’ve spent over 20 hours with this game here on steam, gotten every achievement- and even then- I didn’t quit. I took the time to Gold Medal all the optional missions too. I seriously can’t get enough. I tried for hours to put my name up on the leaderboards. I’m in the top 20 for lots of the missions and I’m quite proud of that. But enough about me.
Faraday Broadcasting, one of the largest media conglomerates in the world, has created a new form of virtual entertainment that can beam directly into your brain through a special device known as a STEM (Synaptic Telepresence Environment Manipulator). Their plan is to trap humanity in this virtual world forever so they can monopolize the attention of the masses and create a whole race of dedicated consumers.
You must enter the system and fight your way through the virtual landscape to reach the Central Control and destroy it. Be careful in this new world though as every Byte matters in your quest to free humanity from the clutches of Faraday.
Navigate a world filled with enemies
Fight against the hordes of enemies sent to destroy you as you move ever closer to Central Control.
Take over bases to gain new resources in your fight
Each base provides a refuge to power up, and gain new weapons and equipment in your journey.
A multiplayer mode for one and all. Take part in a no holds barred Deathmatch or assault your enemies bases in Conquest. The choice is yours!
DeathMatch / Team Deathmatch - The most kills wins
King of the Hill / Team King of the Hill - Capture the objectives to score the most points and win the round
Elimination - Last man standing wins
Capture the Fragment - Steal the enemies fragment and bring it back to your base. The most scores wins
Conquest - Take over and hold objectives to unlock a path to destroy the enemy’s stronghold
Coin Pusher World
Adds a nice variety to my stream!!!
Great game to play with your community, as a side game or even main game having a giggle with friends and seeing who can win the most with the leader boards. Who doesn’t like a coin pusher though?
In terms of nostalgia alone, this game wins at life. Even at this early stage, and after only 3 turns I am dead upon the field of battle, brought low by a band of goblins and I absolutely love it.
To follow the development of this title through early access to completion is well worth the price of admission, which is very reasonably priced!
Way back, when I should’ve been studying hard for O levels, I played Lords of Midnight and its sequel, Doomdark’s Revenge. I played them lots. I’ve often ached to play them again and Solstice seems a faithful and loving homage to the worlds that Mike Singleton created. Really takes me back. God bless you Jim Jams. I feel a sniffle coming on.
Terrene - An Evidence Of Life Game
I am someone who grew up with a lot of (actual) floppy disk games and stuff like that. Back then there was no such thing as DLC or updates to keep someone coming back. A game had to be hard but fair and stand on its own merits in order to make it worth a purchase. Think about any time you have been playing a roguelike, RPG, JRPG, ARPG, or Action game and have received a big upgrade, character gets stronger, you feel stronger. This is what I am trying to convey here. In order for a game to feel worth it to me I need to feel like that game respects my time as a gamer, this is even more important the older you get.
This game was unexpectedly immersive. It also weaves together a few different genre styles in a very cohesive way.
You play as an astronaut tasked with collecting resources from a procedurally generated planet. Your main hub is a static station in space; where you park your spacecraft, store resources, and upgrade things.
From there, you use your spacecraft to travel back and forth between your hub and the planet. Your ship is equipped with weaponry, and that’s where the shmup aspect comes in. You’ll be tackling asteroids, and a good variety of enemies ranging from small to boss-level.
Adventure. Battle. Transform.
Collect awesome monsters to use during turn-based battles in this open-world RPG. Combine any two monster forms using Cassette Beasts’ Fusion System to create unique and powerful new ones!
Welcome to New Wirral, a remote island inhabited by strange creatures you’ve only dreamed of, nightmares you hopefully haven’t, and a cast of brave folks who use cassette tapes to transform for battle. To find a way home you’ll need to explore every inch of the island, and record monsters to your trusty cassette tapes to gain their abilities!
Transform into monsters…using retro cassette tapes?!
Faced with the constant threat of monster attacks, the residents of Harbourtown, New Wirral choose to fight fire with fire. Record a monster to tape, then play it back to take on its form for battle!
Fuse monster forms!
Getting close to your companion has benefits–while transformed you can combine your strengths to gain the upper hand in battle! Any two monster forms can be fused to produce unique, fully-animated new fusion forms.
Explore a rich open world
Certain monster abilities can be used in human form. You’ll need these to help you get around, solve puzzles, and locate dungeons. Glide, fly, swim, climb, dash, or turn magnetic!
Travel alongside a diverse cast of human companions
Never fight alone! Form bonds, spend time together, and help your selected partner complete personal goals to become a better team. The strength of your relationship determines how well you’re able to fuse!
Master a deep battle system
Take advantage of elemental chemistry to apply extra buffs or debuffs alongside your attack, or even alter your opponent’s elemental type!
Cliché Adventure is an open world top down adventure game. It can be played as single player, or with a friend. The game has five unique regions joined by a hub world. Each area contains an over world, a cave system, and a temple to explore. There are Six main boss fights, and twenty mini bosses. The five main temples can be completed in any order. After collecting the five Doodads of Destiny, you can take on the finale boss in his vile fortress.
After unlocking the Doodad of ice, you can send monsters to the museum by freezing them. Each area contains different monsters to collect. If you freeze one of each monster, you will unlock the fabulous golden hero sword! which will one shot anything in the game. Step on the reset switch in the grave yard to replay the main quest with all of your upgraded gear, and spells.
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