Reviews by Evrad
Another Game Developer Tycoon?Evrad | Nov. 8, 2014 | Review of GamersGoMakers
Au contraire mon amie, this game is far more deep than any other game dev tycoon (even the one with that versy same name), it lets you control more things related with the markets and how your game gets to the differents buyers. It's also more polished than Game Dev Tycoon and way better than Game Tycoon 1.5
Sadly this game has some UI flaws and it also lacks of some feedback when your game is dreadful (you can't know what did you do wrong).
To sum up: Recommended for everyone who loves this kind of game, they'll enjoy it.
Rock it baby!Evrad | May 9, 2013 | Review of Brutal Legend + Soundtrack
Eddie Riggs, our main character, is teleported to Hevay Metal Land, where he must find the way back to home. The game is a mixture of Beat’em up and Sandbox. During your mission you’ll meet some famous NPCs as Ozzy Osbourne, Rob Halford and Lita Ford, it awesome that they have used their real voices, and above all Jack Black (Eddie Riggs’ voice).
In my opinion there isn’t any aspect of the game that is not enjoyable, gameplay is similar to others beat’m up (smash attack buttons and make combos), voices are brilliant (Jack Black is awesome as Eddie Riggs), and the soundtrack (that is included in this version) is simply amazing, you’ll hear songs from Mötorhead, Black Sabbath, Manowar, Def Leppard, Craddle of Filth, Rob Zombie, Mötley Crüe and many more.
Brütal Legend is an example of how funny and graphically beautiful a game can be without requiring a high-end computer. If you like Metal music, I totally recommend this game for you.
Not an ordinary SandboxEvrad | April 30, 2013 | Review of Bully: Scholarship Edition DNS
Bully - Scholarship Edition tells Jimmy Hopkins story, your story. It begins as always: You’re a boy, which is sent far away from home, who must fight against your fears and the established power if you want to be the leader. Even if the game is developed by Rockstar (GTA fathers), it’s not the typical sandbox in which you’re sent from A to B in every mission, it has a huge variety of situations that keeps your thoughts away from the idea of playing something boring. I would recommend this game to everyone who don’t appreciate sandbox games, because, thanks to “Bully” they’ll find a fresh and enjoyable game.