Just got 100% of achievements. I still believe you should play it if you like Point & Click games! It's short but worth every minute of your time.
A very weak attempt at creating a Survival Horror game.
There isn't anything noteworthy in this game; the story is basically an excuse to shoot zombies, gameplay is as basic as it gets, there is no saving feature and it has only 2 levels which you can finish in 30 minutes. It lacks depth in everything.
It seems there were plans for more levels and DLCs, but the dev left it unfinished like the rest of his works.
There is no reason to play this when there are better, far more interesting games out there.
A decent Point & Click Adventure game.
The story might look lame at first glance, but it's nice and well-developed.
There were still some problems I had, like most Mini games have little to no instructions and sometimes you get stuck in a puzzle because you missed a small detail.
It might not be as memorable as other games from this genre, but It's still a good game worth playing.
As I said in the previous report, It's a very niche FPS!
Most of the stories are told through notes and ghost characters. It's mostly worldbuilding and side stories, but It connects to the main plot nicely and explains a lot.
The stories are told in a non-linear fashion, each area has at least 2 stories that may or may not be connected to each other or the main story. Because of that, it encourages exploration and rewards it nicely.
Since the game happens at the 17th century, the weaponry is appropriate to that era. The weapons range from bows, crossbows and tomahawks to stronger, but slower weapons like muskets and pistols, nothing out of the ordinary. You also have a melee weapon: a knife. You can use it for Stealth-killing enemies or as a last resort when you run out of ammo.
Because you lack ammunition and stronger weapons early in the game, it emphasizes more on stealth and plays more like a survival game. It turns more like a standard FPS the more you progress and find better weapons.
As much as I like the Black & White style, I had to switch to the Color Mode because it tired my eyes x_x It probably hurt the atmosphere to some extent, but not everything will switch to color so it still keeps the original eerie feeling in some areas.
The Betrayer is sadly the first and last game from Blackpowder Games, they went out of business months after release.
It might not appeal to everyone, but I suggest you to give it a try!
Probably the only Roguelike Survival game I enjoyed in a long time!
The survival aspect is done very well. There are lots of useful craftable items and most actions you can do are rewarding.
The graphic and art is probably the most complete aspect of the game. It's pleasant to look at and animations exists for almost every action you can do. The soundtrack is also great and fits very well to the atmosphere.
The story is the weakest aspect, there is little to none worldbuilding and plot.
If you like Survival games, I definitely recommend it! I suggest playing it once again with Commentary Mode too, It's very interesting!
0.9 hours, no achievements
Just beaten the final boss! ^^
It's hands down the best Lego Batman!
It has a nice story and humor, gameplay is simple yet enjoyable and there are lots of side content to do!
I enjoyed it from start to finish. If you want to play a Lego game, Lego Batman 3 is a good choice!
I really wanted to like this game, but it's more flawed than what I initially thought.
While the stories are interesting, the core gameplay gets repetitive and boring very fast. It's probably the biggest issue this game has. Every fight from the start of the first campaign to the finish is more or less same. There are also no quick or manual saves during the fights, which is a problem since fights are really slow.
It took me a year to finally finish the game. It also has a DLC, Scars of Freedom, but I pass. I didn't enjoy the game, chances are I don't enjoy the DLC either.
It's really hard to recommend this game, if you can forgive its flaws, give it a try.
7.9 hours, no achievements
Finished all the default songs available in the base game, so I count it as beaten!
It's Deus Ex, needs no introduction :P So I just say what I didn't like about Human Revolution Director's Cut.
First of all, The Missing Link. It's not bad, but it takes away most of your weapons and augmentations and it happens right after an important story moment, it breaks the momentum story-wise. Would be nice if you could skip it or play it standalone.
The original gold filter is also gone, sadly it takes away the Renaissance atmosphere devs were aiming for. I never played the original version, but I would love to experience it with the filter. Maybe having the gold filter as a toggleable option was not possible.
The graphics also look a bit outdated, it didn't age well.
Oh, and the bosses, you can only fight them (except Burke in the DLC) directly, talking or stealth is not an option. Thankfully Eidos Montréal fixed this in the sequel!
Despite all those, I fully recommend it! It's a great game, and the sequel is even better! I also suggest to play it again with Commentary Mode, It's very, very fun!