VR Military Reporter in Middle East (with tanks & helicopters)
Let me promise you that the title of this experience ‘VR Military Reporter in Middle East (with tanks & helicopters)’ bears no resemblance as to what this experience is all about. In short, it is a small collection of non-Middle East areas that you explore with a drone or helicopter. There is no reporting, no action, almost nothing to interact with other than exploring the area while some annoying music plays in the background. I paid just £2.39 for this in a sale and I was bitterly disappointed, but if I had paid the full asking price of £3.99 I would be asking for a refund. Other than exploring some small areas there is no point in downloading this at all and it really should have been free.
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VR Balloon Flying over Tokyo and Hokkaido
BE AWARE! This is not a game!
you can roam around as some kind of flying animal in different maps/scenery but all of them are very small.
I only keep this because of the “japanese style street” scenery.
Bamboo-Forest scenery woudl be nice, BUT there is a dfference in the water-refelction in left and right eye,
so no way to enjoy this.
It could be nice if the dev would invest more effort into beta-testing and bug fixing updates.
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Opening Night at the Großen Schauspielhaus - Berlin 1927
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its a short but nice and comfortable experience back to the pre-war berlin. the building and theater was one of the most impressive and innovative in its time. it got revived in this game from old pictures and scratches.
Sonic Generations Collection
How do you define a good Sonic game?
The series was struggling with the right answer for this question. The Sonic Generations attempt was one of the last possible calls for SEGA to do things right and… they succeeded! This game single-handedly revived the franchise for me and gave me the kick to check out the old classics for the first time (I’m the Dreamcast Kid). This game is really this good!
Imagine that the famous band tries to set up “The Best of…” album. They take one song from each previous album. Some of those releases were horrible and you think: “Remaking this track is a bad idea! This was a dark age for this band!”. You are relieved when you notice that the “that one” dreaded song sounds so new and fresh! Even more… you notice that every song has one version for the original vocalist and second for the new one that came into band recently. This is Sonic Generations in nutshell. They took a level from every single game in the main series and remade them to fit for both: the old and cute Classic Sonic with 2D gameplay and the Modern Sonic with the boost mechanic. Fear Sonic ‘06 no more! Crisis City in this game better than ever! And you can cure your PTSD from the Silver boss fight here! Don’t like him? IT’S NO USE! He will suffer and you will be satisfied!
This game is short and story is cheesy, but has a lot of replayability due to multiple routes each zone has to provide a unique experience for the player. This invites them to explore new routes and experiment on which route is the shortest and best to present a satisfying experience of “Going fast.”
You play as Classic Sonic, which represents Sonic’s origins as a 2D game, and play as Modern Sonic, which represents Sonic when he transitioned into a 3D game.
Classic Sonic incorporates all of Sonic’s moveset from Sonic 2 and Sonic 3 & Knuckles and plays like how he is back in the Genesis era, but with modern controls. Classic Sonic’s zones are played in 2D setting, but the environment has a 3D look.
AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind
Very fun game to play…. a bit hard on the start but if you don’t have a “no guts no glory” attitude you’ll lose…
very rare mechanics for an ARPG… Hack and Slash? YES! but you’ll find it hard to kill a normal mob in early stages… Time manipulation to solve puzzles and combine them with skills in battle for a stopped / rewinded / fast pace battle… This game is not for all but if you’re up for a challenge then look no further…
รีวิว Aeternalblade II : Director’s Rewind
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