Title: Guardians of Orion [Early Access] Developer: Trek Industries, Inc , Spiral Game Studios Publisher: Trek Industries, Inc Released…
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It’s a story-driven platformer about a baby dragon, and it’s a game you should check out if you enjoy story driven platformers or dragons.
Overall, if you’re a fan of roguelike games with an interesting art style and fun gameplay, then Valzar is for you. It’s satisfying to play and has plenty of replayability. It’s only problem is that is released on the day of Steam Winter Sales. Not the best move, but hopefully the game still sees some limelight.
Overall, if you’re looking for a cheap top down shooter that may see improvement over time, enjoy heavy metal music, and you can risk not having that Starbucks coffee for a one whole morning, this game is probably for you. It’s cheap, it has a cool look resembling a heavy metal album cover, plays great, and got hooked trying to beat a friend’s score.
Penumbra’s games fell more so into story and puzzles, while leaving horror and ‘scary’ factors on the side. Amnesia: The Dark Descent, took a different route, and reversed the rolls, mainly focusing on horror and leaving the story and puzzles to the side. So did SOMA go back to its roots?
For years now bioshock was described to myself as an amazing game with incredible story. It’s been described as one of the best games of that year, and yet only now have I finally had a chance to sit down and enjoy the game properly. I adore alternative timeline ideas and Bioshock made me remember why. It’s story and atmosphere are incredible and has some amazing voice acting and music that truly pulled me into the mysterious city of Rapture. Where there are no gods, only man. Only when the player arrives after a plane crash to find that Rapture is not all it claims to be. It’s your job as the player to discover what happened and escape, all the while talking to a stranger helping to guide you only known as ‘Atlas’.
When I first heard of Alan Wake, it was early in 2009 when I was first introduced to the game; a full year before the game’s actual release. It was during a spot at E3 when a small gameplay trailer showed our fabled hero running around attacking monsters and being attacked by possessed machinery. This was the first Alan Wake iteration I had seen, though let’s not confuse that being the only time Alan Wake had been shown off, and how it was confused with what it really wanted to be….
So have they improved from their past mistakes? Has the Halo isometric series of games become better?
No, not only did it not improve, but they somehow actually made the game worse. Laziness is far too apparent and because of that fact that so little has actually become better that every single thing I mentioned before as a downside is still there, and my copy-paste attitude will explain why.
The build quality is quite impress (especially all metal switches), I enjoy the rgb lighting with the solid white mouse as a nice contrast, the cord length is reasonable, and the coating on certain parts of the mouse is a nice bonus though I would personally like to see it on the entirety of the mouse in the future and I would like to possibly see an improved more ‘grippy’ scroll wheel and side grip in the future. Overall it’s a good mouse for the price of $40 and is certainly something to consider purchasing if you’re looking for features that the G600 MMO Gaming Mouse offers.