Meegah Mem 2

Meegah Mem 2

really good, funny

but there are afew bugs that REALLY suck, like opening the menu while youre frozen by flehs mem softlocking and the water physics being too extreme, but otherwise it’s better than the real mega man 2

Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

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it will cause you incredibly immense pain and suffering but still fun and it is satisfying to beat bosses

Real player with 4.0 hrs in game

Meegah Mem 2 on Steam

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2

Oh Rats! No I’m serious actually…and bats as well. Just like a bat out of hell Dracula has furry friends in both low and high places. Awaken from an extremely long eternal night and find some nice necks to chomp on. Whip your blood back and forth (Whip it real good). Explore Dracula’s back to the future adventure. Talk about a miserable pile of secrets. You are the prince of darkness! The dragon Dracul! What a terrible night to have a curse.

This is the direct sequel to Lords of Shadow 1, which was one of my favorite Castlevania games. It feels like you are playing a medieval version of God of War. If you liked the GBA/DS SoTN style Metroidvania ones you might not enjoy this one.

Real player with 62.1 hrs in game

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I think I need to add this to the “games that most people hated which I actually enjoyed” list. Admittedly, I’m biased because I really dig Castlevania, enjoyed the first Lords of Shadow and Mirror of Fate, and am a sucker for the idea of playing as Dracula himself. But even at its most frustrating moments, Lords of Shadow 2 isn’t nearly as bad as Edge Magazine (which gave it a 4/10) or any of the other mainstream reviews would have you believe.

Bloodsucking awesome stuff:

  • I feel like combat’s speedier and more responsive than it was in the first Lords of Shadow, and there’s less reliance on quicktime events. This might have to do with the fact that I’m just more experienced with the combat system after playing through the first game and Mirror of Fate, but I had a lot of fun beating up some of the bosses, which leads me to the next point…

Real player with 42.0 hrs in game

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 on Steam

Super Huey™ 1 & 2 Airdrop

Super Huey™ 1 & 2 Airdrop

I bought it mainly because I had it when I was a kid for The Atari XL/XE And the c64

Huey 2 was the best one

Huey 1 is okay for its time but controls are choppy. I only liked the Exploration bit

This version is only the C64 version Not the Dos version or the Atari XL or Atari 7800 version

I liked huey UH2x the best!

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

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Super Huey™ 1 & 2 Airdrop on Steam

Aura Kingdom 2

Aura Kingdom 2

First off bugs everywhere. From players getting stuck and becoming invisible after exiting a dungeon. Or becoming an eidolon or a monster from a dungeon. Lost or reduced EP. Countless bugs since day 1 or its release and until now not yet fixed.

And then the RNG. Jesus Christ the RNG in here is fudging brutal. If you dont love RNG or gachas then this game aint for you. RNG Gods will brutally beat the shit out of you here. Oh you have a fusion blueprint that is 80% success rate? Nah lets throw that and make it fail. I think success meant to be fail. 80% Fail. Gacha boxes have a horrible rate also. Everything is by chance in here and if youre unlucky then this game aint for you. Skill are nothing here. Money and luck is all you need in this Game.

Real player with 28.3 hrs in game

Buyer beware!!

No support of any kind, one click and the avatar plays the game without any interference of the player, auto-attack kicking in at unwanted moments, random removal of our account key making us lose our avatars and progress, no refunds possible, program-technical issues, i.e. downloading the game from scratch, each time we play it, gatcha system that doesn’t grant us any fun items. A quest localizing system that is broken; it only shows us the direction to the quests when we auto-track, so right when it is not relevant anymore to figure the direction out anymore.

Real player with 26.7 hrs in game

Aura Kingdom 2 on Steam

Cyborg Arena 2

Cyborg Arena 2

FPS with a 2000’s era vibe

Quite funny to play with hard rock ambient music and big guns!

  • Large desert map

  • Big minigun

  • Cyborgs

  • Camps to destroy

  • Turrets

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

Simple shooter to pass the time

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Cyborg Arena 2 on Steam

Dino Eggs: Rebirth

Dino Eggs: Rebirth

A great homage to the original 1983 game, which is among my favorite Commodore games. Rebirth is just as addictive as its predecessor, and I love how the graphics, mechanics and sound effects all have elements that play off the original. My ONLY criticism is the atrocious kerning on the large scrolling cutscene text (I’m a graphic designer) - but otherwise I love it!

Real player with 37.4 hrs in game

Having played the original since I was 7, I was quite intrigued by this reboot. I was not disappointed. It deftly straddles the line between nostalgic value and modern playability.

I have not yet played multiplayer with anyone as yet…hint hint, friends! 😸


Real player with 27.9 hrs in game

Dino Eggs: Rebirth on Steam

Epic Dumpster Bear 2: He Who Bears Wins

Epic Dumpster Bear 2: He Who Bears Wins

If you haven’t played the first Dumpster Bear, you should know that it’s not just a meme game. It’s a fast-paced, actually pretty good platformer. Each level has 3 hidden red coins to collect and speedrun medals to achieve. There are optional, more challenging levels that are unlocked through secret exits and spending the yellow coins you collect while playing. And there are goofy boss battles and over-dramatic cutscenes. The soundtrack is actually original and composed specifically for Dumpster Bear, and it’s a real highlight of the game.

Real player with 171.4 hrs in game

Such an awesome platformer, and the soundtrack is all bangers.

Real player with 147.6 hrs in game

Epic Dumpster Bear 2: He Who Bears Wins on Steam

Lovely Planet 2: April Skies

Lovely Planet 2: April Skies

Pretty good follow up to Lovely Planet 1. There were a few problems at launch but the dev has got those issues fixed now.

It is easier but its still just as fun. My only complaint is that there isn’t as much baddie variety. Homing baddies, random bullets, and blue baddies have been replaced with a love angel that quickly homes onto you and tries to smooch you. While the new baddie is a great replacement for random bullets, it still feels a bit lacking without homing baddies. I think they may have been removed because is harder to parry because hit boxes are very tight, even without considering how massive they were in Lovely Planet 1.

Real player with 69.7 hrs in game

**TL;DR Very good Speedrun FPS game. Easier/smoother skill curve. Faster paced than the original but overall has easier level design. Music and sound effects are great.

Competing on the leaderboards require running diagonally for a speed boost which can be awkward but adds another layer of skill.

Length depends on how much you want to replay levels for better times. Without that, expect anywhere from 2-8 hours.

Highly recommended.**

Video coming soon hopefully. Not to bring attention to myself. Playing LP2 made me want to make a few videos. That hasn’t happened in years, so I’m running with it.

Real player with 34.7 hrs in game

Lovely Planet 2: April Skies on Steam

Little Big Adventure 2

Little Big Adventure 2

Little Big Adventure 2 is definitely among my favourite games. I’d say it’s not for everyone, but if you like scripted adventure games, LBA 2 will be a game for you. What’s unique about this game is its style and atmosphere. The game was released in 1997, so the graphics are not the best by today’s standards. But that also means that the developers couldn’t simply make a “good looking” game and sell it like hot cakes because it has a strong brand name and a fancy trailer. The game really is good, it makes you want to discover more and more of its story. At some point in the game the story becomes predictable, but it’s still very good. I’ve played the game in all three language versions (German, English, French), and the dialogues in the German version are definitely the worst, but the German voice actors are the best. If you know French, play the game in French, it will be much easier to understand the NPCs' hints.

Real player with 26.8 hrs in game

One of my favorite games to date. I played this back when it came in a CD and it suggested you to instell DirectX 3.a (!)

With a great comic approach, but with well done puzzles and a (although crazy) interesting story, this game has a bit of everything: Action, Puzzles, Comedy, Exploration and it has its somewhat open world parts!

tl;dr if you enjoy old style adventure games with lots of things to do and discover, you won’t regret this. It never gets old.

This game had a combination of 3d envirorment (normally outdoor) with 2d envirorment (indoor isometric) and it is really really old, so don’t expect great graphics.

Real player with 23.0 hrs in game

Little Big Adventure 2 on Steam

BloodRayne 2: Terminal Cut

BloodRayne 2: Terminal Cut

So Bloodrayne 2 has the distinction of being one of my most beloved, yet absolutely hated games, out of all the games I have ever played before. Never has a single game left me completely divided on how I felt after playing it. Even as I was playing this Terminal Cut, in full, for the first time, I kept thinking “I can’t review this.”

So the good first. BR2 in a nutshell, is a modified BR1, but with everything cranked up to 11. So many new features and ideas are brought to this very creative sequel. Feeding fatalities, gymnastic platforming, environmental death traps, new characters, tons of voice work, tons of powers, tons of costumes, tons of BLOOD. It’s wild just how much of an upgrade BR2 is compared to its original.

Real player with 16.9 hrs in game

If the first BloodRayne is like an easier Max Payne that’s not well-made but still delivers fun and some cheap thrills, then BloodRayne 2 is like a Devil May Cry that does not understand what makes Devil May Cry great. Also BloodRayne 2 itself is not fun, and it doesn’t even deliver cheap thrills.


The first BloodRayne was not a well-made game. Animations were janky, damage feedback was poor, environments were boring, and the final boss was frankly terrible and became downright impossible to defeat if you took too long. However, if you could forgive those faults, what you would find in this game was the experience of becoming a frantic, unstoppable, killing machine. You could be like Max Payne on steroids. It’s no exaggeration that you could essentially dance around your enemies whilst attacking, whether you’re firing your guns or attacking with Rayne’s sick arm blades. You became a frenzied speed demon of death. Also, to add more to the Max Payne comparisons, you have a Dilated Mode which is essentially infinite Bullet Time, so yeah.

Real player with 13.7 hrs in game

BloodRayne 2: Terminal Cut on Steam