Reviews by N2tZ
A weird game - an interesting experienceN2tZ | April 28, 2015 | Review of Uriels Chasm (1) - PC
Uriel's Chasm isn't really the greatest game out there. Rather it falls somewhere in the bottom of the list. The gameplay varies from stage to stage. Changing from bullethell to platformer to a side scrolling shooter. The game is basically a collection of mini-games. The side scrolling and bullethell parts of the game are actually quite fun due to the challenge they pose. They're short but still enjoyable. The graphics are pretty low resolution but they do their job, although they could be more professional looking. The soundtrack and sound effects are rather weak as well, sometimes even missing. Definitely one of the weaker aspects of the game. Overall Uriel's Chasm poses a good challenge for about 60 to 90 minutes it takes to beat it and it is somewhat of an unique experience.
Bioshock: loads of fun with a thrilling story!N2tZ | Sept. 3, 2014 | Review of BioShock Overflow 1 - PC
Bioshock is scary but humorous, breathtaking and sinister, gripping and touching. Everything about this game is amazing, from the beautiful soundtrack to the immersive voice acting, finishing with the thrilling story. The setting of the game has great level design and the atmosphere it creates is deep and enticing. The gameplay is exciting, giving the player loads of weapons, plasmids and tonics. The player is able to customize their character using the different abilities and weapons they collect along the way. Bioshock is one my favorite games, truly a magnificent piece of art. Overall Bioshock is one of the greatest games and I truly recommend it to everyone. It’s a must-buy in my opinion.
A game everyone should play!N2tZ | Sept. 3, 2014 | Review of Batman Arkham City Game of the Year Overflow 1 - PC
Batman Arkham City: GOTY is an amazing game with countless hours of thug-bashing fun. The atmosphere of Arkham City is immersive and full of surprises. Riddler trophies behind every corner and loads of riddles to look out for. The combat is great and feels natural, who doesn't love ripping a riot shield to pieces with their bare hands. The story of Arkham City is compelling and full of twists, keeping you on the edge of your seat the entire time. The player meets many new characters and even ones from Arkham Asylum. The new playable characters are very enjoyable as well, each with a new story to experience. With the addition of the different skins for Batman, players can customize their experience by using their favorite look for the Dark Knight. The soundtrack is excellent and greatly adds to the immersion of the game. Overall, I suggest getting Batman Arkham City: Game of the Year Edition. You'll get hours of fun, countless of thugs to beat up, hundreds of trophies to collect and loads of side quests to solve.
Good 1v1 action packed fun!N2tZ | Aug. 26, 2014 | Review of Gun Monkeys - PC
I found the game to be very enjoyable, even though there aren't many players around to play with. Gun Monkeys might not be a game you can spend weeks on but it's good for an hour or two of fun every once in a while. The game is pure, fast-based action which mostly relies heavily on skill. The goal of the game is basically to collect orbs while dealing with your opponent by killing them. Winning a match rewards you with money you can use on upgrades. You can have a limited amount of upgrades active at once, making each player different, rather than just more powerful. The graphics are simple and colorful. They're stylish and go well with the rest of the game. Although sometimes the bloom and tons of action going on might make it a little hard to understand what's going on. Overall, it's a fun game and has great potential. It just needs more players and maybe some minor tweaks.
Hours of zombie killing fun!N2tZ | Aug. 11, 2014 | Review of Over 9000 Zombies - PC
To be honest I wasn't expecting much when I got this game. When I actually played it for the first time I was surprised. The graphics are satisfying and simple. They go well with the game and don't distract from the gameplay. Taking on the waves of zombies is challenging and intense. It starts out easy but gets progressively harder after each wave. Soon you'll be desperate for health packs while trying to maintain your base. The one downside in my opinion is the lack of turrets. I would've preferred more of them or the ability to upgrade. Then again after getting the turrets up a lot of money (scrap metal) goes into building and maintaining the walls so it balances itself out. The sound effects are good but tend to get a bit repetitive after a while. Especially because there's no ammo so most player will probably stick to whatever is the best weapon they happen to have for the majority of the game. Overall it's a great game with lots of replay value. It's intense and loads of fun. I definitely recommend getting Over 9000 Zombies. I can't wait to see where this game will go as it's being developed.