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10

SoulHunt

Early access game review by Xeloooo Agree Disagree

Amazing!!!!

10

War to the Core

Early access game review by michaelsaad-75 Agree Disagree

This game is pretty interesting to play and fun to play with friends.

9

Mario Editor

Game review by chatmandeux Agree Disagree

It seems interesting to me that you can make a level inside of mario just by using simple blocks and tool functions. 9/10

8

The Galactic Civil War

Early access game review by serviusocatvius Agree Disagree

This game is by far one the best Star Wars games that I have played but it has its issues and a fair amount of buggs

9

The Talos Principle

Game review by Thexder Agree Disagree

Great puzzles and great atmosphere. A few stars are way too obtuse, but otherwise a great puzzle game.

10

IFSCL 3.5.0 [Code Lyoko Game]

Game review by tytech95 Agree Disagree

I've been following this since very near the beginning, and I'm always impressed.

Sure, there are bugs, but it's actively worked on.

8

Super Star Panda

Game review by Drone_Locker Agree Disagree

simply, retro, pixel art, nostalgia. All in one package and for one dollar. Best buy for me.

10

Amnesia: The Dark Descent

Game review by Christsnatcher Agree Disagree

Best horror game ever made, a flawless piece of art.

8

Brink of Extinction

Game review by QFSW Agree Disagree

Brink of Extinction is a small but rich tower defense set in a post apocalyptic future. If you enjoy tower defenses then I would give this a try, especially if you enjoy strategy and planning ahead.

The game certainly leads on the difficult side. You start of with a large pool of credits, and get a couple of bucks for each enemy you kill, more money the stronger they are. This results in your initial placement and planning being crucial; not to say you can't change things up mid game, but it can be quite hard to recover from a really bad plan at the beginning. Make no mistake, this game is hard, and you will need to play some levels multiple times to see which strategies do and don't work. If you don't enjoy repeating a level and getting better at it each time till you win, you might not like this, however I found that to be part of its appeal. It forces you to really think about what you're doing.

The enemy and turret diversity is fairly good. Whilst I gravitate to a preferred few turrets, different turrets are better for different jobs. The diversity in the enemies forces you to build different turrets and also use the different targetting modes (strongest, weakest, furthest and nearest) to ensure nothing sneaks through your defenses.

At the time of writing this I'm halfway through the campaign, so I still have a lot to see, but in my opinion the endless levels are my favourite part of the game. You start of with such a large pool of credits, that you constantly switch between feeling godlike and feeling destroyed throughout the level; highly recommend if you enjoy beating your personal best score.

Graphically it's quite impressive, certainly the best I've seen from the TD genre. Jagged edges are unfortunately quite prominent but if you have the horsepower you can slide up the res scale to make them unnoticable; in truth they aren't too much of a bother, given the more static nature of the game. The lighting is quite good. For reference I ran it at 1080p, max settings, 1.3x res on a 970 and 4790k, and got about 55-60fps. Whilst the game is on the taxing side at higher settings, its performance is very stable and I havn't encountered any dips or spikes which is a pleasure.

The score is very immersive and quite impressive. It has a very cold feel and fits the atmosphere very well, not much more to say about it.

TL;DR

Pros:
+Graphics
+Music
+Enemy and Turret Diversity

Cons:
-Lack of Difficulty Modes (don't worry, it's challenging, but if you suck you might not be able to get too far in the campaign)
-Not as suitable for shorter play sessions (especially endless mode, although it depends on how good you are)

Refreshing take on tower defence that manages to incoorporate a lot more planning and strategy than most, however can leave a bit to be desired at times in terms of how redoing your defense mid game.
8/10

10

Ostriv

Game review may contain spoilers by kmfdm84 Agree Disagree

cool

10

CryENGINE 4

Engine review may contain spoilers by D–503 Agree Disagree

Good

10

Unreal Engine 3

Engine review may contain spoilers by D–503 Agree Disagree

Perfect

10

GoldSource

Engine review may contain spoilers by D–503 Agree Disagree

Superb

10

CryENGINE

Engine review may contain spoilers by D–503 Agree Disagree

Good

10

Unreal Engine 2

Engine review may contain spoilers by D–503 Agree Disagree

Good

10

CryENGINE 3

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Good

10

Source

Engine review may contain spoilers by D–503 Agree Disagree

Dope

10

Unreal Development Kit

Engine review may contain spoilers by D–503 Agree Disagree

Good

10

Unity

Engine review by D–503 Agree Disagree

Good

10

Unreal Engine 4

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Good

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