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  1. Hello and welcome! c:
  2. Game: Vampyr Platform: PC Play Time: 12.8 hrs Man, what an adventure this one was. Vampyr gripped me instantly with its setting and story, which is something that doesn't happen very often. Set in early 20th-century London, you assume the role of Dr. Jonathan Reid, a human-turned-vampire who takes it upon himself to find out what's going on in the city and eventually cleanse it of the vampire epidemic running rampant. The gameplay seems to be a combination of basic hack-and-slash action with some RPG elements, most notably the skill and level-up system. While the combat system is nothing to write home about, it did feel intuitive and forced me to strategize every so often, if relatively rarely. The game's audiovisual department, though, is simply top-notch. The soundtrack in particular complements the game's atmosphere perfectly and has a few stand-out tracks to rival the most popular Final Fantasy tunes. The only major drawback to me is that the engine isn't as well-optimized as it could be, as my framerate dropped well below 60fps in more than a few places, but the game was still plenty playable despite that. Thanks to the anonymous person who gifted me this! Rating: 4 / 5
  3. Nobody's talking about the fact that YouTube plans on removing content that isn't "commercially viable" starting next month? That's frankly much more concerning than the COPPA shit.
  4. Either that or an oddly specific bug.
  5. That's the unfortunate side effect of trying to create the highest-fidelity product possible. And it's not gonna get any "better" from here on out. But I do agree that a 175-gigabyte installation for one game is pretty ludicrous.
  6. ... ... ... ...WHAT?!?
  7. Game: Dragon Dreams: A Taste of Adventure Platform: PC Play Time: ~2 hrs? This is a game made by an old friend, hence I'll refrain from giving it the usual review. Available here, in case anyone is interested: https://gamejolt.com/games/dragondreams-atoa/428032
  8. Game: Prey (2017) Platform: PC Play Time: ~21 hrs Well... This game was interesting, to say the least. I don't mean to say that in a negative way, mind you - I mean it in the most positive way possible. For one thing, the story was genuinely intriguing and kept me playing unusually long in one sitting, which is something I can't say about every game I play. And without entering spoiler territory, the post-credits sequence was quite the interesting surprise. The visuals, while expectedly devoid of much color variety, were great, and the game's sound department was top-notch as well, mostly thanks to the soundtrack by one of my favorite composers, Mick Gordon. The gameplay was mostly enjoyable, counting out the few instances where I ran dry of resources, but then, those weren't as much the game's fault as they were mine. Overall, an enjoyable and decently long experience with an exceptionally gripping story. Rating: 4 / 5
  9. Game: Super Skelemania Platform: PC Play Time: 1.8 hrs A pretty cool, if disappointingly short Metroidvania. Visual style was pleasing to look at, sound design was spot-on, music was great. The final boss was a highlight. 'Nuff said. Rating: 4 / 5
  10. Game: Layers of Fear Platform: PC Play Time: 2.6 hrs I'll be honest - I'm not a big fan of horror games. The vast majority of them not only fail in making me feel unsettled but look so painfully similar in their gameplay that they end up putting me off. Taking that into account, it's a surprise that I decided to even try Layers of Fear, let alone finish it. I do have to give the game credit for not devolving into a jumpscare fest at any point. That said, it did get repetitive and tedious. All you do is walk around, grabbing the occasional item and solving the occasional puzzle in order to progress in the story. The worst of it, though, is how badly this game is optimized - I had my framerate drop below 60fps and even 30fps on way too many occasions, even on the lowest graphical settings, which utterly broke the immersion. At the very least, the visual effects are cool. Rating: 2 / 5
  11. This statement has me worried about your IQ.
  12. prodeus

    I've backed a few games on Kickstarter, with probably my biggest contribution being towards Beautiful Desolation. Also backed Anew: The Distant Light, Life Forge RPG and Evergate.
  13. You needn't worry. You'll be set for a while.
  14. Game: Skullgirls Platform: PC Play Time: 15-ish minutes (Valentine's Story Mode) I'm not much of a fighting game connoisseur, but I do enjoy some close-quarters fists-and-boots sort of action once in a while. Now I'd had my eyes on Skullgirls for a few years, and I finally got it in a bundle for a measly €3.20 yesterday. The gameplay is fairly standard as far as fighting games go, but the thing about Skullgirls that makes it special is its presentation. The art style is very eye-catching and the animations of the 2D characters are spot-on. Speaking of the characters, their designs are magnificent in every manner, even if some of them are rather grotesque, though in a delightful way. The sound design and voice acting are just as great, and the music ties up the package neatly. All in all, Skullgirls is not only an engaging game but an exemplary display of audiovisual craftsmanship. I can recommend it to fighting game fans without hesitation. Rating: 5 / 5
  15. Game: Tick Tock Isle Platform: PC Play Time: ~90 mins Tick Tock Isle is a "platformer" game about a guy trying to fix a clock. The reason I put the word "platformer" in quotes is because I hesitate to classify the game as one. While there are some elements of a platformer in there, the actual platforming is kept to minigames that constitute only about 5-10% of the entire game. The rest is just roaming around doing little tasks. The gameplay is admittedly my biggest problem with Tick Tock Isle - on top of the game world feeling like a maze despite its small size, you have to go back and forth between two different time periods, which can only be done in one very specific place, and that makes the whole thing tedious as shit. However, the game does manage to salvage itself slightly with its sense of humor and audiovisual department. Rating: 3 / 5