Mortal Kombat 11
MK11 step aside, MKX goat. I played for 184 hours just to realize MKX is better, and MKX is way more affordable. If you want to try it, sure but it’s not worth it, maybe the graphic is good but the gameplay and mechanics are bad. Thank you for your time.
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first ill start with cons:
i don’t like how they changed kombo breaker, made the game feel slower, gave higher advantage to zoners, there are less combos and they added custom variations which can be fun but complicated for the new players.
visually i don’t like character design choices, some armors look like they’re made out of plastic, character faces are much less attractive, and every female character magically lost all the thickness since the previous games.
new gameplay mechanics, flawless blocking and counter attacking which demands more skill from the player, krushing blows, fatal blows, lot more skins, towers of time. MK11 is more complex compared to the previous games in the series which in my opinion is a good thing. aside from some character designs, visually game is beautiful and well optimized.
Mortal Kombat X
good story line and everything like mortal kombat x more then 11 cuz reptil is in this one lol so yeah just buy it 4head
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I love hearing Scorpion make angry noises and yelling at the opponent every time I’m doing a combo.
Winter Polaris is created by stage-nana, the same dev who created the famous Narcissu, which I was VN I read 5 years ago, the very first and best one I have read ever. Since I am a reading person, the most noticeable thing is the story. The story has 2 parts, one was written by Kataoka Tomo, the same writer for Narcissu, and the 2nd part was written by another writer he collabed with. Due to what the author said, this is just an experimental work.
First, WP shares a similar style like the previous works, Narcissu and Rain Marginal, from writing style to art style. Even 30% of WP soundtracks are from Narcissu, but I find them very soothing and nostalgic, and of course it fits the story very well.
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What an incredible story. It’s left me speechless and I’m not sure how to start this review as i haven’t felt this weird after reading something in a while…
Anyways, Winter Polaris (WP) is the latest work conceived by Kataoka Tomo, author of the acclaimed narcissu series. This time, instead of the story of those awaiting their deaths and what they leave behind, we’ll apparently take the opposite road to the same end: What should one live for, even if they’re
! somewhat bound to not die. So, you’d better come prepared with some tissues.
Excelent game. Fun.
All in all this is one of those games titles that is well produced and provides fun for the dollar. It has a nice storyline, decent graphics, sound effects and of course some all out great battles. However what I really found interesting with this title was the fact that you can make a career and progress with levels and open character options further to become more then just another Street Fighter or Mortal Combat game.
While all that is fine and dandy, some stuff can be rather obviously and annoying! I found that replaying the same levels(while boring) over and over will provide experience and increase your abilities, progression faster and easier. I can not answer if that means it will also advance you faster as you gain in skills and power, however combat time will.
Disney Fairies: Tinker Bell’s Adventure
ignore the bad reviews about this game it takes special person to love these kinda games some of the ppl who made bad reviews had a problem with the game like it not launch or crashign etc the normal stuff but i’m sure they havent tryed every thing in there power to fix it so they just vented in reviews this is a good and fun game it wont hold atteion of the yunger ages like most ppl thaugh t but its a fun game i like playing it and i love the movies
A very boring game, it feels like an old cell phone game port.
Despite having small maps and simple graphics every time the stage changes, loading times are continually “long and tedious.”
It is also very short.
It has the potential to be something much better, it would be great if you had a way of creating your own fairy and multiplayer with an area where you can interact with other players and invite them to “your house” in the game and play minigames or exchange items.
Of course, the game is designed for very young children, but I still think they could have offered a better product, a shame.
tl;dr: Great concept for a game, but this is no where near complete and certainly not worth the asking price of $10. Avoid.
I picked up this game after seeing it on the front page of Steam. I looked into it and loved the pixel art and dark concept. It seemed like fun. I wasn’t really sure about the price, but I was bored and looking for an interesting game. After going through the short intro, I was pumped for the game. Then the game started. I was lost. Nothing but a screen of text explaining the times to go on. I explored a little and found large areas of nothingness. Finally stumbling on a room I could do something in, I quickly picked up on the 3-4 medicore puzzles this game has to offer. A combination of finding clues and lots of trial and error. The clues did not work as intended for 2 of the puzzles. It’s either a bug or crap game design. After some more blind clicking without direction, the game ends. Apparently, there’s going to be a second act. This was the first act? Um, usually games are divided into acts because the content is too vast to complete in a given timeframe. I feel like this is a buggy version of 5% of a real game. I’m pissed. I requested a refund, but was denied as I had “played” more than 2 hrs. Realistically, I played for about an hour, and then minimized it to look up what the heck was going on with this game for a few hours; because, suprise, there’s no pause “feature”. Press Esc by reflex to bring up some sort of menu? You just quit your game. Terrible design. Don’t waste your time or money on this one.
Note: This review is a work in progress, this review will be updated when the update for Act 2 comes out.
This game was reviewed using a code sent by the developer.
Outpost 13 struck me as a very interesting concept for a game. You can choose from three different characters: Graham, Fen and Dr. Meow Meow Jones. The game’s description say’s Fen is the main character, but in the end there’s no difference.
The story is something straight out of late 80’s or early 90’s Sci-Fi flick. You play as the crews dog. The story takes place on an ice planet. You find out there’s something special about you and the team wants to conduct experiments, but you can’t let that happen. So it’s up to you to kill the entire crew as a mysterious being guides you and helps you to escape the Outpost.
The Dark Inside Me
This is indeed a very unique psychological horror game just as what the creator has claimed! Although I usually avoid horror games, this game main thing isn’t jump scares, the atmosphere will keep you on the edge of your seat. The story starts with a nameless man who doesn’t remember what brought him to a suspicious looking hospital which he needs to break out of it without letting the police notice him. Later on, when he is out, he witnessed a scene which will take us to a flashback to the infamous Auschwitz camp we all know the sad history behind its walls. I don’t want to spoil the role of our main character there but after the flashback he’ll get a lead from someone which will require him to drive quickly to his new destination but sadly, he walked into the demon’s pit. The twist ending of this chapter made me wonder about many things. Who is that? Why this is happening?
I have to be honest here, I enjoyed this game, but whether or not I can recommend it is reliant on a fair number of caveats.
First off is the content: This game was designed to be fairly graphic in it’s content. Blood, gore, nazi death camps, different types of sexual activites, piles of naked dead bodies, it’s all here. I like over the top graphic stuff in my games, but if you don’t then I would recommend you stay far away.
Second is the gameplay itself: It’s a point and click adventure game, and the gameplay is a bit rough, though the developer (one man team) is open with his community and seems willing to listen to ideas on how to improve future games. That being said, you will still run into cases of not realizing an item is available to pick up because of how well it blends into the environment, or clicking on the wrong part of the screen and something not working (a lamp you can only interact with at a certain camera angle, a nightstand that you have to click the correct part of it to solve a puzzle, having to use a key on a lock instead of the door itself), or issues where the game simply isn’t descriptive enough (the items have no descriptions, and you aren’t told why something doesn’t work, even if in the real world, it probably would). Still, these issues don’t crop up too much, and if they slow you down, the forums are here to help you.
Anthology of Fear
The world that surrounds us is not always obvious. Sometimes the weirdest, unpredictable and unreal events have logical and very mundane explanations.
Anthology of Fear is three unique stories of such events taking place in different epochs and realities.
Take on the role of three heroes, control their actions and experience the horror of the early 20th century in the remote areas of Russia, contemporary drama taking place in an ordinary house, and unreal events between shreds of reality.
Each episode is unique gameplay with a set of different features. From the mere expulsion of the world, through hunting, to the struggle for one’s own existence.
Three unique stories - each of them is different locations and different from each previous style of the game.
Gameplay deriving solutions from the classics of the genre - do not expect simple and boring jumpscare. The mood of the game is built here by the atmosphere.
Psychologic horror - nothing that surrounds you must be obvious. Get deeper into the symbolism of the threads of history and get to know what really happened.
Exploration motivated by a story - the story will force you to explore each of the worlds of the game. Get to know all the stories and the laws that govern them.
**“And there were men from mankind who sought refuge in men from the jinn, so they [only] increased them in burden.”
Surah Al-Jinn (72:6), Al-Qur’an al-Kareem**
960 Before Christ – Mount Zion
One night, while King Solomon was in the belief that his empery is the Golden Age of his kingdom, he dreamt his father Prophet David. When he woke up, he met the holy bird Hoopoe, his future guide, for the first time.
Besides his ability to speak with animals, with this dream, King Solomon became aware of the puissance of the ring, which was given to him by God to rule over the 4th dimension creatures.
A convention with the attendance of 25 jinn clans took place at King Solomon’s castle located at the Mount of Zion. At this convention, together with 13 other clan leaders, the leader of the clan Afarid, Bir-un Shatan, refused to be yoked by King Solomon.
Bir-un Shatan considers the jinn race as superior to the human race. In order to take possession of King Solomon’s ring and subjugate all the 4th dimension beings, he swore to eradicate King Solomon and every last one of his descendants.
King Solomon used the wisdom of the book, Kenz-ul Havas, to create a strong incantation for taking his former descendants under protection and ensured with a chest to pass on this wisdom from generation to generation.
Bir-un Shatan abused four of the clan leaders for his own interests, who formerly refused to be dominated by King Solomon and were inhibited to change dimension.
1955 - Village of Parlak
The last soldiers of King Solomon’s ancestry, Hafiz and his grandson Dai, settled in an Anatolian village near Izmir called Parlak, in the light of the wisdom acquired from the chest.
The Ministry of Culture starts an archaeological excavation after the village’s children find a jug filled with hundreds of gold coins. Hafiz and Dai now know for sure that they are one step closer to finding the King Solomon’s shrine which they have been hunting after for years.
The moment Bir-un Shatan waited for centuries had finally arrived. He took action with all his force to seize the ring and to wipe King Solomon’s lineage off the face of the earth.
In this adventure, Bir-un Shatan’s brother Raman helps Hafiz and Dai by virtue of his love of God and his loyalty oath towards King Solomon’s descendants.
Three revelations, one king, and the relentless struggle between the last man of his bloodline and the damned jinn clans.
Bloodcurdling religious atmosphere
Possibility of discovering a cursed Anatolian village with high graphics quality
Realistic stealth experience in nerve-shredding action scenes due to superior artificial intelligence mechanics
Changing gameplay system in tandem with puzzle and object interactions
Engrossing story with multiple endings
Bunny Battle Arena
A fun game. It is challenging but, not overly so.
You will die ALOT.
Yet, you will not feel like it was a careless mistake or a battle system skewed against you.
DISCLAIMER: I did receive this game for free but, my views are my own.
Honestly is quite an awful game, pretty sure its like a mobile game or something or at least that’s what it seems like, there’s no options menu, you can’t change the bad controls, half the time you don’t hit the enemies you’re attacking, the further you get into the game the more you just get swarmed and stunlocked, there’s only 1 level in the whole game you play over and over again just with harder enemies and new bosses sometimes. You can unlock new weapons and abilities and stuff but it takes forever to get enough points to unlock stuff, I imagine you lose points for dying so you pretty much can’t upgrade and get better and I imagine eventually you’ll just run out of lives and have to start over. There’s a level select screen at the beginning but you can’t go back to it after the first level and you can’t go back and redo previous levels for more points so bit annoying. Some of the art is kinda cool though and the music is alright, the cursor is annoying cause you can’t tell where you’re clicking cause its so big. It just feels more like a college project than a game, definitely not worth the asking price. I wouldn’t pay a dime for this. Sorry bout that. 2/10