Reviews by Kaminda



Kaminda | June 17, 2013 | Review of The Walking Dead - PC

Great game, amazing story with characters you care about and want to protect. Don't be put off by the point and click gameplay like I was at first it's a perfect way to tell an engaging story.



Kaminda | June 9, 2013 | Review of Reus - PC

Amazingly addictive game and great for the price, especially for someone that's a fan of the genre. On the top of the fun gameplay, it just looks beautiful. My biggest complaint is that there is not speed up button so it can be a bit unnecessary slow.



Kaminda | June 7, 2013 | Review of Mount Blade Warband - PC

If you want a to play a M&B game this is the one. If you want a game with a great story then this isn't the game because there is none, but if you are looking for an amazingly unique army building RPG game then you've found it.



Kaminda | June 7, 2013 | Review of Dark Souls Prepare to Die Edition - PC

Amazing immersive gameplay and fun for hours. The port is questionable but there are fixes for almost any problem you have on the Nexus. Just buy it.


Another MMO.

Kaminda | June 7, 2013 | Review of Defiance Post - PC

The voice acting is poor, the story isn't very interesting and the gameplay is generic and I DEFIANtly think this game should be free to play, and it probably will be soon, so if you are on the fence about it don't do it.



Kaminda | June 6, 2013 | Review of Remember Me - PC

This game isn't bad, but it isn't good either. I was looking forward to the game as I was very excited to use the memory remix feature and I even thought that it'd be a massive part of the game, well it isn't there are only 4 which was massively disappointing. That said I think the combo making system is fun and I hope that it is used again in future games if this kind, which there are a lot of, If you really want a game like this, try Batman.


Fun for a while.

Kaminda | June 5, 2013 | Review of Guild Wars 2 Digital Edition (1) - PC

I had a lot of fun playing Guild wars 2, well for at least 3 months as the game lacks really any interesting endgame content although I think that this can be somewhat excused as it is not a monthly subscription game. The game looks amazing, maybe not technically but it has a large range of stunning landscapes with tonnes of massive monsters roaming them. I don't think that Guild wars has really revolutionized MMOs like people have been saying, but it's definitely a step in the right direction and definitely worth the price.