Slain: Back From Hell is pitching itself as a tribute to video gaming from the early 90’s. If you were around and old enough back then you’ll remember that back in this era for each genre defining title there were a lot of soulless, cash-in clones that were neither good or memorable. So the challenge to a developer is to really make sure that what they deliver captures the elements of the former, rather than creating another of the later.
Strategy, simplified… 50 Years was reviewed with a download code of the PC edition, provided by the developer.
How appropriate, you fight like a cow… Detective Hayseed: Hollywood was reviewed with a download code of the PC edition, provided by the developer.
If boredom is a disease, is this the cure? Big Pharma was reviewed using the reviewers own copy of the game on PC.
Appropriately for a game about suicidal machinery, I appear to be having some kind of breakdown.
Got some rare things on sale… stranger.
Another previous gen game comes around for another lap.
Brainy Studio bring us their self-proclaimed ‘platformer without platforms’ TurnOn, inspired by WWF’s global movement ‘Earth Hour’. What other kind of turn on were you thinking of?
There are two types of people in this world, those born during the 1980’s or those born before, those able to complete the original Rubik’s Cube puzzle the way Ernő Rubik intended and those choosing to take the cube apart piece by piece before piecing it together again in the correct order claiming to be a genius after completion. It’s worth noting before you continue reading this review that I fell into the latter camp.