Curse of Eternity Review
Curse of Eternity is living proof that making a fantastic Souls-like isn’t an easy task. From Software has honed its craft through decades of games, from Demon’s Souls to Dark Souls, taking us on a haunting journey with Bloodborne and delivering a sprawling epic called Elden Ring. With Curse of Eternity, studio Imakeda Games takes inspiration from the classics but seemingly lacks the resources and the keen eye that make a great game, resulting in an underwhelming hardcore RPG that ends up being challenging in all the wrong ways.Swing and MissIt’s safe to say that first impressions matter, and in the
Grime: Colors of Rot Review
Grime: Colors of Rot is a Metroidvania and Dark Souls blend with a slight case of the munchies. While you won’t turn into the creatures that you absorb, in Kirby fashion, you do get to use weapons made of living creatures, with some impressive results. A true challenge with some incredible boss fights to keep you on the edge of your seat, this is an unforgiving platformer that deserves an attentive look by every lover of thrilling action games and… rock creatures.Rolling StonesGrime: Colors of Rot comes with the original game and free DLC released in November 2022, adding a new
The Tarnishing of Juxtia Review
With The Tarnishing of Juxtia, developer Actual Nerds and publisher Mastiff aim to deliver the definitive Dark Souls of 2D platformers, a Metroidvania that will test both your skills and nerves. It’s a hauntingly beautiful pixel-art platformer where each fight is a challenge, each enemy a potential nemesis that requires careful planning and impeccable timing to eliminate. Sadly, its great ambitions fall short due to a flaw that makes it all a tad too frustrating.Darkest SoulsThe story touches upon the traditional grim tale of a corrupting evil force and how you must help a Goddess battle this Tarnishing. Although there are
Lost Ruins Review
Lost Ruins is Altari Games’ first project, successfully backed on Kickstarter in September of 2020. It is a different, unique game, combining different styles and mechanics and that alone is why I appreciated it so much. It is not perfect, and you probably need to be more than a casual gamer to fully appreciate it. When you start a new game, you’re welcomed with the wisest words I’ve seen in a long time: “Those interested in enjoying the story with minimal obstacles are encouraged to try the Accessible difficulty.” Looks like I missed that part, because I started my game at
Morbid: The Seven Acolytes Review
Morbid is a VERY beautiful game, from everything static like trees or houses to moving assets like enemies and blood explosions. Trees, branches and bushes will sometimes make it confusing and you will not be able to see if you can go through a path or if there’s something blocking the way. Other than that, I loved the overall look and feel of the game. The sound of pots breaking when I hit them reminded me of some older games , almost like the sound asset comes from another game, but I will consider this as a coincidence. The audio and
Well-written but a little self-indulgent and heavily focused on personal frustration and distaste for the game without actually telling us much about the title at all. I have no real clue what the game involves or what the objectives or goals are?
Glad you finally got the review out, but maybe focusing efforts on reviewing something you don't seemingly loathe intensely would have been a better call, as it's clearly had a negative impact on the overall delivery of this review.
Although it seems Pinky took something valuable from it, so who am I to argue with that?
Hope you're well.November 09, 2022
great review, very informative article now im curious if I would try this game. Of course with mid expectations but its still very colorful and prettyNovember 06, 2022
Blah blah blah ... What beautiful and completely unrelated to what happened here, the words.
Okay, I'm not from Russia. What do you say to the residents of Kazakhstan, Belarus and Ukraine, whose accounts were also banned?
And what do you say when Opium Pulses bans you? They really don't like to fulfill their obligations, you know. There is no user, there are no obligations... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯October 24, 2022
That is a disgusting word to use ,especially knowing what is happening to the Ukrainian people at the moment.
What happened here is the same thing that happened to trading cards on Steam and also the same problem that Alienware has suffered from in the past and is now suffering from again as bad actors have shifted over there on mass..
I wouldn't be surprised to hear it also played a part in other sites restructuring or completely closing down.
To try and blame the site owners for your criminality ,well ,no surprise there.......
The action taken to stop the constant targeted abuse of fun gaming giveaway sites like this does not in any way equate to "genocide" and to suggest so is just shameful and speaks volumes about how certain people's minds work.
We can only hope that one day soon russians will improve their standard of living (and thinking) and they won't feel the need to commit crimes and ruin what is a fun pastime of gamers around the world.October 17, 2022
Wow, sounds fantastic!October 10, 2022
your opinion is imposed by films and the government, in reality it's not at all like thatSeptember 26, 2022
Surprised by the incredibly measured and restrained policy of the site administration. It's incredibly difficult these days. However, trying to be liberal with a bandit nation is always a losing stance. Once again, I am convinced where the Russians are, there is fraud and theft.September 24, 2022
Russian users are like their government. If somewhere someone does something around the rules using hacking, deceit and abuse, then it is always Russians.
It is high time to close the entrance of this contingent of people to all the world's Internet sites.September 24, 2022