Rocking Legend

Rocking Legend

It’s a bit wacky.

Old Review.


Now that there isn’t custom song leaderboards anymore, I can stop worrying about my scores. There’s still no calibration apparently?

Update #13 has added calibration which I’m really happy about, that’s a big plus. But now notes that transition to HOPOs within a unforced 16th or 32th note don’t appear as HOPOs anymore. Big example is playing songs like Egoless by Hekya. Hopefully this gets fixed in another update. This issue only occurred once when you had previously imported songs. Reimporting them is the fix (as said from the update post)

Real player with 8.0 hrs in game

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Functional. That’s the bare bones of it, it works as intended. Playing in the fingers with the Index controls works fine, though tracking sometimes goes astray which seems to get fixed by turning the controller off and on again. If you wanted something to exploit the finger tracking of those controls then Rocking Hero is 90% there with what it wants to do.

The ability to log in customs was super simple, the game auto loads in on boot whatever you’ve dropped in the custom folder.

Needs a ton of work on the main play screen though as of writing. A lack of atmosphere kind of kills it, along with your connection to the process. The game would and should be a lot more gratifying when your nailing it, something that maybe should have been a focus on before it launched as it’s kind of a standard with these games.

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

Rocking Legend on Steam

Martin Goes on the Attack

Martin Goes on the Attack

it’s gloomy, atmospheric, there are puzzles. we love such indie games.

Real player with 7.4 hrs in game

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A game with an original idea of changing gravity and reducing the character.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Martin Goes on the Attack on Steam



Phew, what to even say about this game besides that it is amazing.

The art, the gameplay, the music. It all works together to create this concise but beautiful journey as you play through the original levels. Learning and mastering the game’s fundamental mechanics and the gameplay principle before inevitably showing up at the final level. (The game does a fairly good job of teaching you of this without any tutorials besides basic controls but this also mean that some people won’t pick up on certain things. It may be enough to ruin some people’s ride overall just cause the levels get too difficult for them. No there isn’t much to learn, it’s just the fact that

! the object’s position in lanes is correlated to their movement or positioning. This is taught in the Forest Region and used even more on the Plains Region. )

Real player with 1169.5 hrs in game

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So I’ve been playing this game for a while now. Around 200 hours by the time I’m writing this review. Here are my thoughts

This is a casual rhythm game. If you’re a hardcore rhythm gamer like osu! Don’t expect this game to be hard as you think. Although you can make it hard as you wish.

The most common complaint I’ve heard is the obscured notes. And I actually see this as a good thing. It’s a rhythm game from a new perspective. Which the reason why it’s a casual rhythm game in the first place. It’s on the music, Not completely on the visuals. You have to have combine your sense of rhythm WITH visuals. Which most rhythm games often doesn’t do. It’s absolutely brilliant.

Real player with 269.3 hrs in game

Overpass on Steam

Run Ralph Run

Run Ralph Run

AAA … That was great Ralph !

Real player with 15.1 hrs in game

Fun to play and game is well made.

Real player with 1.7 hrs in game

Run Ralph Run on Steam

BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre

BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre

This is an enjoyable shooter chock full of rudeness, lewdness and dudeness. Definitely not for all audiences.

We play as Lou, the son of Satan and join him on his quest to reclaim Hell from the hordes of humans who have come for all the debauched pleasures on offer. Mostly these pleasures are fast food and sex. In order to save Hell from the invaders, Lou takes an arsenal of weaponry and blasts everything that moves into little tiny human or demon chunks.

The most obvious talking point of the game is it’s 18 rated content. There is a bevy of booze, drugs, rock n' roll and sexual references that definitely aren’t for all ages. A downloadable content patch removes censorship, but if you are easily offended, the game is not designed for you anyway and really having censorship is a moot point. Playing as the son of Satan, we shouldn’t be expecting a saintly protagonist. You will be shooting loads, in more ways than one.

Real player with 13.1 hrs in game

For many players, the genre “twin-stick shooter” is a synonym for difficult games that mix fast-paced, long-range attacks, close-range mobs, and giant bosses with tons of health. BDSM is definitely a twin-stick shooter, but I wouldn’t say that this game is difficult. That’s because there are plenty of ways to abuse the combat system, in addition to a special ability called rage; (filled by defeating foes), that gives invulnerability and a lethal laser that overkills ANY enemy! It fits the game’s lore, but it’s unfair to the mechanics of the genre. You’ll never need to worry about ammunition, either: Almost everything in the environment is destructible. And since there’s a default weapon with infinite ammo, you’re covered even if you run out.

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game

BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre on Steam