The Soldiers Factory
The Soldiers Factory is a top-down stealth game and the start of a trilogy.
Go undetected and sneak past enemy soldiers or secretly kill them. Overcome surveillance cameras and laser barricades. Use the room scanner, the taser pistol and many other weapons. But remember, the alarm will make the mission even more difficult.
The playing time on the NORMAL level of difficulty is approximately 12 hours. Of course, it depends on the player. The story takes you to several locations, which is divided into over 60 levels.
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Welcome to the world of Zodiakalik!
Join our intrepid adventurers. On a journey around 8 Kingdoms. It will be a journey of great adventures, suspense, terror, joy, comedy, humor, battles, drama, and much, much more.
-Some elements of Zodiakalik:
- Enemies are fully visible on the battlefield. Yes! Forget the hassles of random battles! In Zodiakalik, you choose whether to battle or not!
- The EDD system (Enemies Don’t Die) provides something new: enemies, even after being defeated, remain on the map. But don’t worry, they have a delay of more than 1 second, enabling a safe escape. This method is great for training!
-Almost 40 new songs!
- Almost 40 songs made by me. Enjoy a wide selection of tracks and styles.
-Too much to search!
- Search each corner. It is not known what will be found out there!
- Imposing and challenging bosses. Try not to train or use worse equipment to increase the challenge.
-Fully 3D and different camera angles!
- Zodiakalik presents a fully 3D world! Change the camera angles and enjoy the beauty of this world. Also, there is a First-Person view (FP Mode).
-Various charismatic NPCs!
Several characters await you, in different ways, on this adventure.
-Many items to collect!
Let’s get everything!
Welcome to your adventure! Zodiakalik!
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A lovely and emotional 3rd-person puzzle-based game centered on the story of Kara: a young woman who deals with a painful past experience in her life. Armed with her skill to manipulate the elements, you must help her try to find her way across a mysterious land with many challenges in the form of puzzles and put an end to this pain that lies within her.
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Solve puzzles using Kara’s special elemental skill to maniupale and use the powers of the elements.
Travel across a mysterious land that presents tricky puzzles to unlock its secrets. You can dive straight into the story or explore and find missing pieces that reveal Kara’s backstory.
Immerse yourself in the fantasy world of Fira, with its beautiful environments, colors and the captivating sountrack it has to offer.
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Don’t waste your money. This game, off you can call it that, is incredibly slow and boring.
Escape Dinosaur Island
Top tier, please make a second one
My god, this is awful. I saw Vinny playing this and thought, “ha, this looks like a laugh, I’ll buy it.”
Ugh. Also it keeps trying to boot my VR headset for seemingly no reason. Avoid.
This is a great game, especially with the new multiplayer addition, but the multiplayer is terrible buggy. I randomly get thrown 1000 miles in the air, I get soft locked, I fall through floors into an endless void unable to do anything, and all sorts of other fun stuff like that. Its a great game but please, Pillow Castle, fix the multiplayer.
10/10 holy god this was an experience. probably my favorite game like this. Second play through and it still felt like I was playing it for the first time. I can’t believe how innovative this game is and I would 1000% recommend this to anyone. Amazing job to the developers, the voice actors, and especially the music. Absolutely worth any amount of money.
Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons
Simple Review Portion:
===[ ❤ Audience: ]===
☐ Casual players
☐ Pro players
===[ ☼ Graphics: ]===
☐ Really bad
===[ $ Price/quality: ]===
☐ It’s free
☑ Full price
☐ Wait for sale
☐ Refund it if you can
☐ Don’t do it
===[ ☣ Requirments: ]===
☐ 90' PC
☐ High end
☐ NASA computer
===[ ☼ Difficulty: ]===
☐ You just need 2 arms
☐ Easy to learn / Hard to master
☐ Hard (first few hours)
While Starbreeze has enjoyed acclaim from it’s previous releases, the studio hasn’t exactly built it’s reputation on creating whimsical worlds with moving narratives. Both Chronicles of Riddick and The Darkness gave their players dark and gritty worlds to explore and some unique gameplay twists to hook players. With such a pedigree Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons stands out as being wholly against type. It’s the video game equivalent of Martin Scorsese’s Hugo, stepping away from subject matter reserved for mature audiences to deliver a memorable experience that can be enjoyed by audiences both young and old. While seemingly stepping out of the comfort zone established by their track record, Brothers stands out as one of 2013’s best, and most surprising, releases.
ORKANA CONFLICT VR
Very impressed with this game. Was not expecting to enjoy the play through as much as i did. Check out my full review here!
I played the game a few hours now and what can I say, the game is awesome.
Switching between first and third person is a lot of fun. You can command and build from the air. and on the ground you can really fight along with the soldiers, it’s cool. I’ve rarely seen anything like this in VR games. The graphics are good and the atmosphere is really great, like a first C&C in VR, and there’s a little story too. It also runs very smooth on my old PC, but I had to reduce the graphics. For the price really good fun and I can absolutely recommend it.
ENSLAVED™: Odyssey to the West™ Premium Edition
The very definition of an OK game, not too good, not too bad.
Everything in Enslaved is fine, from it’s story (inspired from the famous chinese novel Journey to the West) to it’s main characters, post-apocalyptic atmosphere, music score and game mechanics.
With motion capture and voice acting of the main character from veteran Andy Serkis and story writing from sci-fi talent Alex Garland, while not a must have, Enslaved remains a fun enough game to play in cold winter mornings, with nothing better to do.
There are three modes of play to choose from - I chose Normal - and I used an X-box 360 controller – mostly.
From the main menu you can choose to “Continue Journey”, which of course continues your game from the last save point. Saves are automatic; just watch for the swirling blue symbol in the bottom right corner. If you choose to continue after you’ve already finished the game, you’ll get to re-watch the game’s epilogue. You can go back and try to get all of the collectibles via “Chapter Select” (it will give you stats on the collectibles per chapter from this section), and if you’ve gone back since finishing the game, “Continue Journey” will return you to the chapter you were last working on.
F.I.S.T.: Forged In Shadow Torch
Pretty fun, and very pretty looking Metroidvania. Definitely worth a playthrough if you like this genre. It took me about 37 hours to 100% it.
Most of the game isn’t terribly difficult, but a lot of environmental challenges are unforgiving. However, the master level martial arts challenge and final boss are extremely difficult and are, by far, the most challenging parts of the game - even on normal.
The few critiques I have are:
- You can’t see what your moves are unless you’re at a repair station.
Graphics, design, animations, weapons, movement, map / exploration, secrets - everything is great, a real treat for metroidvania fans like me. The voice acting is fun (I recommend the Chinese original with subtitles; nothing comes close to a badass rabbit with a deep Chinese voice).
For me there’s only one downside: the combat. I never really got into it. It’s okay if you only fight one or two enemies, but the moment there are more the mechanics didn’t really work for me. In my opinion it’s a bad design decision to add parrying as a skill rather late in the game; I found it hard to integrate into the fights, especially those with many enemies. That’s because there’re a lot of combos in fighting which prevent the enemy from breaking free - but enemies also use combos and once you’re hit you cannot recover but must endure the whole combo. So, if you miss the first parry you are locked into an animation and get a beating - rather frustrating. If you’re fighting several enemies, I found it impossible to block on all sides; in the end I sometimes parried by accident, but I rarely used it on purpose. Even later in the game you get the ability to dash through enemies and attacks, which I found to be a lot more useful. So, I won most of the harder fights because I leveled up to the max and dashed a lot. Simply put: Other games do combat better.