Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze is a brand new platform game from Nintendo. It sometimes gets confused for a game that didn’t come out in 2010, on something called the […]
I have decided that this isn’t a review. From now on, if I haven’t completed a game, or experienced all it has to offer, I’m going to talk about it in a thing like this, which just talks about the experiences I’ve had. So please consider this like a review, but not actually a review.
You just have to decide if it’s worth it based on the best information you can get. I suppose that’s what game reviews are for.
This is a great metroidvania style game that pulled me in right away. It’s big and time consuming in all the best ways.
Syberia is the first graphical adventure I’ve played since KGB on the Amiga, and it feels good to get back to it.
I thought I’d show you this game I’ve been playing. It’s pretty good. I’ll do more of these.
It’s a fighting game, very much like Street Fighter 2. You fight a person, then you go on to fight the next person. There are Grand Prix events, during which you fight ten people in a row. There are ten skill levels for a Grand Prix event, and you have to be on at least level four before the game will let you play online.
The main story of the game is good and there’s just the right amount of it. There doesn’t need to be much, there’s so much to do in the world that too much story would ruin it. You want to spend time playing around. I’d describe it as the computer game equivalent of delaying orgasm.