Part One The beginning of the game was very appealing to me, and while I was playing MEGA MAN X at home suddenly I was sucked into the game's data log world. This mysterious space stores various memories of the MEGA MAN world. Corruption of the data would endangerthese worlds. My role is to challenge these erroneous data and fix the faults. There is an original character in this game, the girl RiCO, who will be with me most of the time. In addition to the story, this game also has pvp mode and co-op mode, I enjoyed the challenge of difficult levels with friends. It's a great feeling to play this game and remember the MEGA MAN from my childhood while fighting various bosses.
Thirty seconds into OneBit Adventure, and I was almost bored to hell: rigid one-finger control, boring combat. But as I play longer, I found out that this game, albeit its simplicity in design, is actually fun, addictive and smart. I am amazed to see how the developer integrates some of the typical RPG elements - Blacksmith, Shop, Campfire, Skillsets, into one arcade-style roguelike dungeon crawler.
My first impression of The Ramp: it lacks content and achievement, and I feel goalless playing it. But on second thought, its cons can be its pros. I always complain about the endless and repetitive quests in games. But look at The Ramp - all you have to do is just to flow. Maybe the dev just wants us to enjoy the pure joy of skateboarding without being worried about all the scores and missions? I also love The Ramp for these things:
I think this game needs a more appropriate way to get hints. I am willing to watch ads for hints, but they are always “not ready”. I am currently stuck on one level and there is nothing I can do about it. Other than that, Brain Out is a nice pick-up-and-play and a hilarious brain teaser to kill time. Although a little bit childish to me. There are more than 200 chapters and challenges to complete. You really need to think out of the box to solve these quizzes. The game has a proper difficulty. Also, I noticed that as I continue to play, I actually found some patterns in solving these puzzles. So the game shouldn’t be too difficult for most people.
●Very similar to the Playstation One sword fight game. ●The graphics are mediocre and the control is terrible. The character moves are a bit too stiff and stale. Takashi Ninja Warrior is a game with remarkable features and obvious shortcomings, and it would be better if the controls worked. In my point of view, I have a positive impression of Takashi Ninja Warrior although I truly understand how bad the game control is.
I Am Innocent is a text-based game where you need to investigate cases that involve murders of teen victims. The game is okay. It has a gripping plot and interesting characters - each seems to have a complex past, which is intriguing. But, be warned, you might get irritated after 30 minutes of playing it. Because it has a mechanism where if you wish to unlock the next dialogue, you need to earn stars by playing a mini-game. I don’t have problems with mini-games, but there are TOO MANY of them!