Fantastic little city builder to play for a few hours at a time. Generally lacking in content, but enjoyable nonetheless.
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Beautifully crafted adventure game. Some of the best pixel graphics to come out as of late and with a fantastic soundtrack to match.
Good adventure game with a large world to explore, unique items, and diverse combat. Suffers from many technical flaws however.
More a work of art than a game, Last Day of June depicts a beautiful, powerful story that works wonders when combined with Steven Wilson’s music and aesthetic.
A fun game to play overall, especially when played in short bursts. There is a lot of content to explore, a wide variety of game mechanics to master, and plenty of replayability offered.
Fairly standard beat ’em up game. The cooperative gameplay elements were well executed and the branching storyline was a very cool addition, but the enemy diversity really could have used some work...
Oriental Empires is worth taking a look into if you're a fan of 4X strategy games or Eastern Asia in general. Although the combat and UI can be confusing at times, there is a lot more to this game!
A beautifully drawn world, great soundtrack, and solid puzzle/level design throughout. The game may suffer from awkward movement and long loading times, but it is worth it.
A great sequel to a great game. SteamWorld Dig 2 takes what made the original fun and expands on it, adding several new features to keep the experience fresh.
The game may have its moments, especially with all of the references to real-world browsers and technology, but ultimately it is just a generic story slapped onto some great artwork.