Summary: Game is funny and really fun. Can't wait for a sequel. Was super surprised at how good it was. I think it was just released to the tacos store so I'm going to get it there too, it's that good.
Summary: I love this game. I am on my third play through. The first time I tried it on Hard +. Then I started over on Hard ++, but when I got to the end I found it IMPOSSIBLE. So now I've started over on Hard + and I hope to finish it. Once I lit the first torch, I was hooked. Sort of like in Shovel Knight - as soon as you dig that first mound of gems you are addicted to the game.
Summary: Surprisingly long game, easily over 20 hours, it can be really challanging at times. A true "indie" game that's not perfect but has lots of heart. It has multiple languages support, and plays better on Wii than on Pc thans to the gamepad to manage the huuuge amount of itens and spells.
Summary: This is a fantastic platforming RPG. with comical references to D&D to Spaceballs. I've thoroughly enjoyed this game especially after the recent update. And no you don't play only on the gamepad.... This is a full game for a great price. Try the game, you'll enjoy it!
Summary: A fun game but be warned you play on your Wii U pad not your TV. This is not a bad thing but it could have been better full screen. The game is fun and like a mix of Mario and Zelda games. Chests, swords, enamies.
Summary: Unepic is an interesting, well designed game that really appeals to my enjoyment of exploration in videogames. The Wii U interface using the touchpad makes playing the game very fluid. The writing is a little weak in places, and the combat is a bit basic, but it's definitely something that will soak up a lot of time if you like exploring in games.
Summary: Unepic is about as far from actually being, erm, unepic as you can possibly imagine. Having released here in the UK only a few short days ago, I perhaps unsurprisingly couldn't find much in the way of reliable reviews through the usual channels, but having been genuinely intrigued by it's backstory and eShop trailer, I decided to take a punt on Unepic anyway. And long story short, I'm Unepic is about as far from actually being, erm, unepic as you can possibly imagine.
Summary: An excellent game, bought the PC version. Saw it released on the Wii-U and picked it up. I'm putting a lot more time into the Wii-U version. I find the inventory on the gamepad easier to work with, especially when shifting between weapons. Unepic does a good job of mixing classic RPG, Questing, Platforming and Crafting. The game play is more on the casual side with lots of humor An excellent game, bought the PC version. Saw it released on the Wii-U and picked it up.
Summary: Don't believe Horsington's review and score. He doesn't know how the classics played in the NES-times and this game oozes with the charm of that era. It's fun, open for exploration, rpg-mechanics, fun bosses to kill and funny deaths to experience. Don't believe his claim that the game is like this because of the early acces. If he had the ability to read he would've known that the Don't believe Horsington's review and score.
Summary: This game has many old school features that the hardcore RPG fan will love. Way back when... when beating a boss doesn't feel like you're getting handed anything, but much more like you've really earned it, and that comes with its own satisfaction. Finding secret rooms by attacking blank walls can be dangerous or rewarding, or both, depending on what is lurking on the other side. All This game has many old school features that the hardcore RPG fan will love.