Fast-paced games can be a problem. They can either be annoying or frustrating, thankfully, 10 Second Ninja is frustrating, but not annoying. It’s frustrating in a good way though, because you just want to keep on playing, no matter how much you fail.
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Goodbye Deponia is a game I actually played all the way through to the end and while it may be relatively short, it was quite an enjoyable journey, although maybe a little long-winded in parts in some attempt to pad-out the length of the game.
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I had seen and heard things about Nihilumbra, I was playing other things and hadn’t even thought about asking to review it, but when I was offered the chance, I accepted and started playing it after finishing off other stuff. This is how it went.
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If going on lengthy Viking journeys is your thing, you might want to take a look at The Banner Saga. It’s the first part of a trilogy which takes you into battle with an army who need to be kept happy and fed, pretty easy, it’s the fighting that might be the problem.
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Action games have come a long way. Just look at Tomb Raider, it has blossomed into a thing of beauty from a 32-bit PlayStation game to a .. 32-bit.. PlaySt.. ANYWAY, yes, but Risk of Rain is living proof that you don’t need super high-tech visuals to make a great action game.
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