Summary: Its hard to play a game... that sucks so much. Stupid mechanics and terrible movement. An okay story that a elementary school kid could have wrote. Its not even worth giving a try. I recommend going back to the page you came from... and finding something better...
Summary: Nice game overall, it doesn't have the same perfectly responsive controls as Super Meat Boy, but they're not all that required, except for a couple of later stages or some challenges. Graphics are good, music too, 100 short stages that takes like 3-4 hours to complete, 10 challenges that are quite challenging indeed... some things could've been done better, but in the end it's not too frustrating and I liked it for all its length. And the main character is a cat.
If you liked Vampire The Masquerade Bloodlines....
LunaN , GameStop
9 December 2013
Summary: Ok, so I had way high hopes for this game, because in watching the preview I had one thought come to mind....is this going to be like the Vampire The Masquerade series, because I friggin LOVED Bloodlines...one of the best games EVER.
Summary: Now this is a well-made game rpg game! I was initially leery of this game when I bought it off of Amazon recently, but I can say I'm so glad I picked this little gem up! Smoothed out hi-res graphics done in the retro style with some amazing HD animations are real easy on the eyes. The music, my god, this game has one of the best soundtracks I've heard in years and also has my new favorite battle theme as well.
Summary: You are a detective on the trail of a maniac collecting people's souls. Nothing original there (H.P. Lovecraft died a long time ago), but the story isn't too bad. Unfortunately it is not always told in a way that make sense. You get certain objects even before you know you will need them. There are quite a few scenes, meaning a lot of backtracking. Luckily there are two ways to get some help: a very good hint button and a journal providing you with hints.
Summary: Don't listen to the negative reviews, trust me. "A Walk in the Dark" is a indie game that combines mechanics from several successful indie games, in one. With a great atmosphere, superb in-game music and mechanics tuned to the mm, this game is a must have if you enjoy games like Limbo, v v v v v v and Super Meat Boy.
Summary: Do. Not. Buy. This. Game. ok review done. I literally made an account just to review this game and tell people to avoid at all costs. Lets go over the positives, the music is wonderful and the art design is pretty cool. There. Positives end there. The gameplay is a very generic and boring, most elements pulled from other games like vvvvvv. At about 50 levels in or the half way point I have yet to see anything that shows originality.
Summary: You people are acting like mentalist children. Honestly. Just review the damn game, give it an honest score, and trust that We The Gamers are clever enough to recognize a petty, spiteful, or outright bullsh*te review. Honestly, if we're not smart enough to mange that, nothing you do or say will help. That kinda stupid is best put to sleep. (Before it can breed, obviously.) Really? Inflating your score to compensate? Stop and think.
Summary: To put it simply, Dark should not have come out in 2013 and definitely not with a $40 price tag. Let me begin by saying that Dark is a game I had looked forward to for some time now. After all, we haven't seen a good vampire based video game since the likes of the timeless Vampire: The Masquerade and BloodRayne Series. Who wouldn't want to stalk the night as a badass vampire? The designers knew we longed for a vampire experience and promised us one.
Summary: A very bland stealth game. It has a few good ideas, but just fails to realize them. Visuals are pretty at points, but then again also very lazy at others, particularly with character animation. This game is really nowhere near this generations level that feels and looks, most of the time, like a last gen title. Overall: DARK feels like it could have the potential to be so much more. It feels like an alpha version of a much bigger game.