iracional 88’s profile
I like completing optional quests and exploring a game world fully, but I am not an achievement hunter. I don’t mind achievements - some are quite fun to get, but I seldom go out of my way for grindy ones.
Wasn’t really sure what to do with games I’ve beaten off Steam, so I’ve just listed them all separately. Note to self: Ask about proper procedure for those.
(not really chatty, so I’ll leave it at that for now)
A Good Snowman is Hard to Build - very elegant puzzle game
Cat Quest 2 - nice sequel, the dog side of it didn’t feel as developed as I’d hoped
Detective Di: The Silk Rose Murders - fantastic adventure game, highly recommended
Expeditions Viking - has more RP in it than many RPGs I’ve played, great Vikings game
Frog Detective 2 - small and simple
The Song of Seven: Overture - pretty enough, but just one chapter
The Vagrant - surprisingly fun, despite the protagonist’s questionable choice of protective clothing
Vampire: The Masquerade- Shadows of New York - ehhh… can’t say I really enjoyed it, but VotM setting is always nice
Bear with Me: The Lost Robots - short prequel to Bear with Me
Children of Morta - fun characters, short and focused runs, souvenirs RNG is a little off though
Death’s Gambit - odd yet likeable
Flower - relaxing way to fly
Hades - absolutely fantastic, loved every minute of it. Supergiant goodness, from start to finish - brilliant NPCs, snazzy gameplay, something different and new even 90 hours in.
Momodora 3 - tiny platformer
Path of Giants - cute puzzler
Reventure - the humor in it is not my cup of tea and gets repetitive in later runs, but it does make finding ways to perish amusing
The Shapeshifting Detective - a bit disappointed with this one, I was expecting a purer detective game. It… spirals off to other topics
Tsioque - really, really short, starts strong and charming, but the closing sequences ruined the fun for me.
VtM Coteries of New York - VtM ^_^ - ambiental writing is quite nice at times, but a character-driven story, it is not. Choices mostly affect the flavour text, feels like a kinetic VN masquerading as something more.
A Case of Distrust - bite-sized tec narrative
Agent A: A puzzle in disguise - easy puzzles, clean and polished
Aragami - forgiving stealth game (I need those :P)
Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2 - the modern vibe wasn’t my cup of tea, but I’ll take any chance to revisit the Castle
Gabriel Knight 1 (new version) - nostalgia
Glass Masquerade 2: Illusion - very stylish jigsaw-ish puzzle game
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance - cyborg mood :P
Neo Cab - worth the playthrough for the Quantum Witch alone
Shadows Awakening - pretty snazzy setting, a shame some companions/quests are character-specific and mutually exclusive
Superflight - surprisingly engaging
The Suicide of Rachel Foster - can’t say I enjoyed it
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince - beautiful ^_^
Warden: Melody of the Undergrowth - unpolished and has its issues (ending sequence is one for me) but a fun spin
Yono and the Celestial Elephants - baby elephant protagonist
Alone with You - okay game, but plays a little awkward
The Bard’s Tale IV - very nice party RPG with puzzles sprinkled in (some chests/rewards are very underwhelming, but fun overall)
Dead in Vinland - one part fun (exploring the island, events), two parts chore (management/resources)
Eliza - nice visual novel (fun solitaire variation, too)
GNOG - tiny, colourful… something?
The House of Da Vinci - plays similar to The Room series, but the quality is not there :(
Knightin+ - very fun tiny dungeon-crawler
Machinarium - Amanita nostalgia
Snowball! - snowy pinball game (quite small, btw)
Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap - quite enjoyable (never played the original)
Planet Alpha - beautiful, simple platformer
Batman - The Telltale Series, Batman: The Enemy Within - Telltale ^_^
Feather - tiny flying experience
FRAMED Collection - isometric levels aside, rather fun
Gardens Between - straightforward puzzle-lite
Ghost of a Tale - fantastic location (the fortress is beautiful and quite wonderful to explore), nice art style. The game covers only the first “act” of a larger story arch, but is rounded up enough.
Gris - very polished
Paperbark - tiny wombat game
Whispers of a Machine - nice point-and-click adventure
Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales - Great writing, nice art. Pacing for combat encounters can be off when binge-playing (then again, it could be a design choice, as the game does make you mimic the protagonist mood at times - you feel as you’ve dredged along every mile of the journey)
Shadow of the Tomb Raider - SG win, plays similar to the two earlier games, but good fun, nonetheless
Chasm - nice metroidvania-lite
Chrono Trigger - jungle beat ^_^
Misadventures of Laura Silver - solid visual novel, art takes a little getting used to
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments - good detective game
Ys VI: The Arc of Napishtim - not my favourite Ys, but still Ys
Double Cross - nice platformer
Sherlock Holmes versus Jack the Ripper
Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened - Remastered
The Testament of Sherlock Holmes <- caught up with older Frogware Sherlock Holmes titles
Kiai Resonance - very short in single player - there’s very little actual content, but it’s not a bad concept
Ys: Origin - snazzy setting, slots very nicely with other Ys games
Apotheon - interesting RPG
Guacamelee STCE - colourful platformer. Couldn’t quite get used to the controls.
Hamsterdam - Rather adorable ^_^ (a mobile game, really, but not a bad way to kill a few hours)
Hob - very snazzy world, some lovely imagery - I wish it had map markers with actual words, though XD
Sherlock Holmes: The Secret of the Silver Earring - old point and click
Thomas was Alone - replayed, as I finally got it on Steam. Great little game
Vikings: Wolves of Midgard - mixed feelings - objectively, it’s not a good game (awful protagonist personality, balancing a little off), but mindlessly hacking things can work in the right mind frame, the Vikings aspect is fun and it does have nice level details
Cat Quest - fun little rpg-lite
Fairy Bloom Freesia - very simple, but satisfying to play
Human Fall Flat - Fantastic fun in co-op.
Slay the Spire - I’ll probably come back to this, but as fun as RNG can make the individual runs, it is also too time-consuming for my taste.
Tales from Candlekeep: Tomb of Annihilation - it has no story, a character is a DLC… quite bare-bones :(