Dying Light is Techland's way of saying "We're back!" to the disappointments of Dead Island. It is also a visually beautiful zombie game that is battered by a weak story but rescued by an intricate day and night cycle and fluid parkour gameplay. If you are a self-proclaimed zombie killer in an open world FPS game, then I bet this game is for you.
Overall the game is a decent action-adventure, closely mimicking one of gaming's most iconic franchises. It may have everything on what makes it a Zelda game but it didnt quite get what makes a Zelda game great, but to its own Oceanhorn is a very good game.
So in the end, is the game worth picking up? If you're new to the genre or just looking for some mindless zombie killing fun, the game has plenty in store for you. While it doesn't necessarily stand out from the rest of the games in the genre, it's still a decent title with solid and enjoyable gameplay. If you liked the game, then you're in for a treat since Zombie Army Trilogy comes packaged with the previous games of the series and the first game even comes remastered.
To sum it up, Etherium is a fun yet deep game. The game's pace is fast enough to make every match exciting yet complex enough to leave seasoned RTS veterans wanting more. The inclusion of Conquest mode helps ramp up the number of hours you'll be spending into the game.
Ori and the Blind Forest is a noteworthy entry of a beautiful Indie Game. The game's uneasy difficulty system is redeemed by its poignant story and fast-paced combat. From start to finish, Ori and the Blind Forest is careful with its emotional trip towards players. The consistency of its story and the fluidity of its combat system is what makes Ori a game worth playing.
Nevertheless, The Charnel House Trilogy gave out a thrilling ride that started out slow and eventually picked up pace until everything went crazy. Personally, I do not mind if the game gets a sequel as the trilogy felt like it was just a glimpse of what is more to come. I do recommend to those gamers that aren't really fond of horror games, like me, to try out this game as its scare factor is quite bearable and that it is dwelling more on unravelling the mysteries of our protags, the train, and Augur Peak.
One cannot simply pass them up as backgrounds because most of them carry hints as to how to unlock doors that will help you progress to the next level. The music and effects are simple yet very effective. Considering that there is a heavy musical component to this game because of the Musicom, the sound effects and musical scoring are non-obtrusive. The variations in every stage sets a mood and ambiance that immerses you in the game in a very charming and magical way.
Despite the delay, Chroma Squad still maintained its hype up until today. The devs did a good job of utilizing the delay to further improve the game. Some sources and even rumors say that there's a possibility that the devs would expand the game to even include the Kamen Rider series.
Weaponographist is there as a combat game but it's not quite there as a game that could really get you hooked up on playing for hours and hours. My recommendation: you can try it out to experience the gameplay but I don't guarantee that you'll totally love it.