Loom is a fun and charming game with an interesting world and unique way of interacting it. Unfortunately, while this version does have voiced characters, some dialogue and scenes have been cut. I’d recommend the FM-Towns version run through ScummVM, which one can find with a quick google search if one wants a fuller experience. The EGA version is also the creator’s preferred version, which completely uncensored, so that version is recommended as well. Finally, listening to the audio drama, which is on YouTube, is also recommended to provide a bit more background on the world of Loom.

Real player with 12.0 hrs in game

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| Peaceful |


| Beautiful |



| Moderate |


| Nostalgia |



| Mystique |


| Sometimes |

PROS: Mysterious and alluring world that is rich with lore. Interesting musical system, no hand-holding. Nice voice-acting.

CONS: First game of a planned trilogy that never came to fruition. Starting the first game to a project that’s been unfinished for around 25 years now may sound completely absurd to people who have never played Loom. Understandably so. Many different versions of Loom were released, and I’m disappointed to see that this was not a version cobbled together for the most content available.

Real player with 11.7 hrs in game

LOOM™ on Steam



RhythmSnake has a lot of potential to be an interesting and fun game, but right now the rhythm portion isn’t accurate, which makes the game very difficult and frustrating to play. 4/10


Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

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Does not accept FLAC files for playback.

Not worth my time.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

RhythmSnake on Steam

Space Channel 5: Part 2

Space Channel 5: Part 2

This is my first time ever writing a review for anything, so I hope that says something about how much I love this game! Where do I even start? the music is VERY good, the characters are really fun and the story is entertaining as well. theres a lot of different set pieces in levels that I find never leaves you feeling bored of the button pressing game play. I 100% recommend this game to anyone who likes rhythm games, or any sega/ dreamcast fans who never picked up this game before. I also think its really cool how theres different animations and lyrics to levels depending on how good your doing, lol. a couple of things that are kinda annoying is that the game sometimes gets out of sync with the audio, causing you to mess up, and sometimes when I press a button, the game wont reconize I pressed it. I find that you should play this game with the d-pad and not the stick, as it seems that it doesnt reconize when I shift directions on the stick a lot of the times, while with the d-pad it plays perfectly. I hope somebody finds this review helpful, have a nice day!

Real player with 60.7 hrs in game

Space Channel 5: Part 2 Review

In this review of Space Channel 5: Part 2 I will mention:

  • What the game features

  • What is good and bad about the game

  • A TL;DR (This is because the review is a lengthy read)

Important Note

It is worth mentioning that I have played this game for almost 40 hours as i write this review. This can mean one of two things:

1 - This chonky review can appear completely biased depending how you read it. Nevertheless, I will do my best to address everything I can

Real player with 40.7 hrs in game

Space Channel 5: Part 2 on Steam

Jet Set Radio

Jet Set Radio

Have you ever wanted to be a rollar-blading punk, rollin' around the city tagging walls, and stickin' it to the man?

No? Maaaan fuck you get out of here yes you have. This game is known far across the land for it’s kickin' soundtrack, beats so thick you could bounce a coin off ‘em. Also, it’s so old GBA could run it, so don’t sweat the specs. Only worry is the keyboard controls suck harder than your EX girlfriend, so grab an Xbox 360 controller and get going.

Now the objective of the game is simple, roll around the city, tag some walls, and keep away from the fuzz. However, this is all done to the sweet sonic sound that will be oozing out of the audio device of your choosing. It also helps that this game has graphically dated better than you could ever dream of. (Oh snap son.) You might get one Jet rank on your first playthrough. Might. If you wanna get Jet on every mission you must first study the anicent urban staking gurus.

Real player with 48.9 hrs in game

“Who are you! What’s your name? Super Brothers!”

Jet Set Radio is one of those games you most likely saw a demo of at a Target or Best Buy back in the early 2000s but never really got to play because you were too cool for a Dreamcast. Luckily, this PC port exists. This game is the perfect mix of skating and graffiti with a soundtrack to match and graphics that are considerably better than those of today’s games. The added danger of being tackled by street guards, being shot at by a crazed police captain, having missiles fired from helicopters, and run over by motorcycle riding police makes it more fun

Real player with 47.6 hrs in game

Jet Set Radio on Steam

From The Sky: New Horizon

From The Sky: New Horizon

–—- 2 / 10 ——-

An Unplayable Mess


Half of the levels are unplayable due to bugs.


The remaining playable levels are an unbalanced mess.

Real player with 3.9 hrs in game

From The Sky is unfinished in every aspect. While the main characters appear to be original and hand drawn, everything else is a hastily thrown together asset-flip with different art styles. The sound effects also feel random and out of place. Even the background images do not properly repeat and have an obvious line where it is re-drawn. The game has story mode, but ironically there is no story at all - just a few repetitive levels where the portal at the end just takes the player back to the main menu. Each level feels exactly the same too, where the player dodges the same enemies that are just re skinned.

Real player with 3.8 hrs in game

From The Sky: New Horizon on Steam

Rez Infinite

Rez Infinite

Like another reviewer here, this is by far my favorite game of all time. I’ve bought it on the PS2, managed to snag a Dreamcast copy, rebought it on the Xbox 360, and now happily plunking down more money to buy it again on PC

I’ve sincerely been wanting a PS4 just to get Rez: Infinite. But I literally just found out minutes ago that it came out on PC, so here I am! Though to be honest, if I ever get a PS4, I would happily buy this game again. I’m that serious about it.

Where to even begin with this game? The depth, the beauty, the sound, my god. It’s all perfection, in my opinion.

Real player with 10.2 hrs in game

If you reading this, you must be either of three persons

  • Those why played it on Dreamcast/PS2/Xbox360

  • Those who have seen other play and/or heard praises about it

  • Those who randomly stumbled upon it

If you are in the first category , you probably already bought it.

If you are in the second or third category … Well, this is one of those games that you can’t get the full experience just by seeing. You need to put your headphones on and play with a controller (with vibration) to ‘get’ it.

Real player with 9.2 hrs in game

Rez Infinite on Steam

FlatOut 2™

FlatOut 2™

Best game I discovered by accident on PS2 back in 2006.

Real player with 14.0 hrs in game

best fighting game

Real player with 12.3 hrs in game

FlatOut 2™ on Steam

Octahedron: Transfixed Edition

Octahedron: Transfixed Edition

OCTAHEDRON is simply pure bliss from start to finish for anyone who’s a fan of challenging platformers. With its punchy neon aesthetics and fantastic soundtrack, once you’re past the short, intuitive tutorial you’re straight into the meat of the game with no hand-holding necessary. There are some unobtrusive story cutscenes at the start and end of the game, however everything in between can be played through with no barriers, or any text to read.

Practically every level has a unique mechanic that never gets exhausted, with new enemies, obstacles and platforms that are introduced and swiftly subverted, not to mention the surfing platforms you create yourself which give a great sense of freedom. Collectibles of varying difficulty are strewn across the level but rarely feel like a slog, particularly due to careful level design that allows you to backtrack and collect everything in one sitting regardless of later upgrades. They rarely gate progress, and the harder items simply unlock bonus levels that aren’t required to beat the game, thus allow for some extra challenge. Not to mention the medals for completing levels in as few platforms as possible, or with no deaths.

Real player with 498.9 hrs in game

This game’s unreal.

It’s stylish from the moment you start it up, and really easy to pick up and play. I was (pun intended) transfixed from the moment I started playing it, and have gotten amazing value out of the game so far (all achievements in just under 40 hours). The game encourages multiple playthroughs of each level, and each time you will be approaching the level differently to earn different medals for fast completion, collecting 100% of the items in the level, and efficient platforming.

Real player with 38.0 hrs in game

Octahedron: Transfixed Edition on Steam

Hyper Simon X

Hyper Simon X


Real player with 13.1 hrs in game

This game is a mix of space shooter and memory game. You need to memorize the correct sequence of ships based on it’s color. Destroy them and earn many points as possible. You can also earn points by playing as a normal space shooter but you will get less points than destroying the enemies following the correct sequence.

Controls feel very solid, pixelart is nice. The sound track is very good.

Real player with 3.5 hrs in game

Hyper Simon X on Steam



I have completed this game in a total: 41 minutes

The Game: Hookshot

-Is it worth it to get : yes

-is the game hookshot Easy : no / if you are fast you can do it

-Their is only 24 level’s in this game and dose that make the game bad ? : no

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

this is a great game. it’s short and simple, but it does A LOT right given that. the person who made it should be proud

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

Hookshot on Steam