aka. Another small victory
Another busy month IRL but I managed to cram more gaming time than in the first part of summer, and finish a few games, plus play a lot more of some others. I hope your summer went well and you’ve been playing interesting games. Stay safe and see you in a month.
ABC Challenge 2.0 Progress (3/27)Finished this month: 1
Okayish but pretty repetitive and unoriginal when it comes to stealth mecanics. I ended up not even going back to check the special movie themed levels I unlocked via collectibles, even though I had planned to. Unless it's already in your backlog and you have nothing better to play, I'd say pass.
The most beautiful looking game I've played in a long while. It's a game about loss and grief so it might not be the happiest one, but it's soothing, relaxing and a great visual adventure. Definitely a strong recommend.
A really fun and colorful action plateformer with a bit of RPG flavor. I loved it more than I thought I would, maybe because I wasn't expecting much. The whole thing can be played in co-op too, and it seems like it could be a lot of fun.
An underwhelming disappointment from what I was expecting. Visually it was as good as what I thought, as I love that stylized minimalist art style. Sadly, the story was very cliché. It only took me 2 hours to finish it, and yet I felt it was already dragging. Meh.
A dodgeball game, not much to say except it's fun to play, but I'm sure it would be a lot more fun with friends.
Well, THAT was a surprise. With a clown as the protagonist, I was expecting some horror freak show, especially from some of the creepy visuals I had seen. The game is actually a mix between super sweet and super creepy stuff but not in the way I expected. I actually ended up being quite attached to the clown (she never said ever). A great point and click with the Devolver Digital twist on the cuteness. Recommended.