There’s an interesting veneer to Kona. Ignoring the overtly obvious Silent Hill related paraphernalia, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter-like detective skills of the main character, and the almost insultingly naive half-baked ending, there’s something about Kona I like.
Here I am, with a recommendation (with caveats) for the game, all from someone who doesn’t really like the Left 4 Dead formula. And with the sequel announced recently, what better time to look at the game?
Songbringer is a 3/4th perspective pixelated, science fiction, action adventure game with light RPG mechanics. In the game, you play the role of of Roq Epimetheos. After crashing onto the world of Ekzera, it’s up to cool dude Roq and his robot friend to stop an ancient evil from doing ancient evil(y) things.
A long time ago, I adored platformers. They’re still one of my favorite genres of video games. In fact, as of this review, they’re the biggest genre of games that I’ve reviewed via Yourwolfsdengaming. But, unlike some, I didn’t grow up with 2D platformers. I grew up with 3D platformers like Spyro: The Dragon. Yet despite growing up with 3D platformers, games like On Rusty Trails and Dust: An Elysian Tail have pushed and shoved their way into my gray little heart. Will Even The Ocean do the same?
If there’s any game that I was more disappointed of in 2015, it’s Fallout 4. Originally reviewed on December 23rd, 2015, I gave it an astounding ‘meh’. After the initial review was lost, I decided to review the game in a new, 2017 edition review of the game. I originally praised the game for satisfying combat and well-made tunes, and hammered the game for diet-sims city building, and bugs and glitches that, at many points, broke major quest lines. Has Fallout 4 been improved since its initial release?
You know, if you asked me say, twelve years ago what my thoughts were on a game like Book of Demons, I’d ask why I don’t already have it and where I can get more. Twelve years ago, Card-based video games were still a rarity, Lost Kingdoms had just come out, and the only well-known paper based games were the Paper Mario games. Now, twelve years later, Book of Demons isn’t in a special club, and with it being released in Early Access, it’s not really in an exclusive club either. Still, it is an interesting little concept.
After nearly a month without uploading a review, dealing with personal matters, I finally have a chance to write about my initial impressions on ‘Day of Infamy’. Being a rather large fan of World War 2 shooters, I’ve played some of the best (and the worst) World War 2 games out there. Some I loathed, some I enjoyed, but the vast majority simply felt ‘meh’. does Day of Infamy hold up to the years of already existing World War 2 shooters on the market, or will it burn like an atom bomb baby?
Welcome to the world of the bird people! You play as Shu, and after a terrible storm destories Shu’s Village, it’s up to Shu to platform his way to victory, rescue the stranded villagers, and stop the devastating storm from reaping havoc but the question remains, is Shu worth your time?
Monsters and Monocles is top down, twin-stick shooter with a Victorian, pseudo-steampunk overlay. You have a variety of weapons, abilities, enemies to use said weapons and abilities on, a handful of bosses to brutally kill with fire, and the ability to play online *cough* or offline with up to 4 players.
Metrico+ is a game for those who just couldn’t get enough out of their statistics class! Welcome to Metrico+! Where platforming and puzzles meets Info graphics and pie charts. In Metrico+, you’ll explore a multitude of worlds, solve puzzles, listen to some pretty sweet music, and think outside the box! But the question remains, is Metrico+ worth your time?