Reviews by Luckyshot
Too much action, Not enough evilLuckyshot | Aug. 22, 2013 | Review of Resident Evil 6 - PC
I think the game can be summed up as trying to do too many things at once and not succeeding at any of them. Resident evil 6 follows three (and a secret extra one) separate storylines during the span of a few weeks of different characters in the resident evil series. Each story has it's theme, one is much more toned down and tries to have a creepy atmosphere, the other one is action packed with a rush of never ending monsters, or one where it's a mix of both. Unfortunately, they don't push those themes enough and it ends up being a miss-mash of bland gameplay and story. The added melee combat takes away from the horror as you can flip all around without needing a weapon, you never really feel in danger in the game. Capcom took out the survival and the horror from these games and made it a generic action game. However, you can co-op with a friend to make things more enjoyable. In the end, it's a forgetful game in a dying genre, if you're looking for something simple and with over the top action scenes, try it out you might enjoy it.
Meaty gameplayLuckyshot | Aug. 22, 2013 | Review of Super Meat Boy - PC
If you love hard and unforgiving platforming games, look no further. Super Meat Boy delivers it with good tight controls and a fun little story. The visuals are crisp and it has a twisted sense of comedy. There's plenty of unlockables for that replay value. The game is pretty fast as well, perhaps a bit to fast at times. Unfortunately, it's not for the casual gamers out there as the difficulty is very high especially in the later levels but if you enjoy challenging games, it's worth trying it out at such a low price.
The king of the worldLuckyshot | Aug. 21, 2013 | Review of Europa Universalis III Chronicles - PC
If you enjoy historical simulation games, this game is right for you. You take control of any country in the world during the span of 1399 to 1821, and try to make it flourish. Have your country grow by taking land from neighboring countries or make alliances that will last through the ages. You can even make trade leagues or start crusades against different religions. And to crown it off, you have an excellent soundtrack while you play. It's a must buy for any simulation fan.
A fun and different experienceLuckyshot | Aug. 20, 2013 | Review of Magicka - PC
Waving wands and blowing up monsters is pretty much the core of this game. It's an interesting concept focused on using a combination of elements to create a variety of spells. While it might get confusing at first, once you get the hang of it, it becomes a blast to play. It also has multiplayer co-op and arena battles and it can get pretty hectic . It's a good game and fun for everyone.