Reviews by VivienC


Great to play with friends

VivienC | Aug. 21, 2013 | Review of Worms Revolution Overflow - PC

It's a classic, they really couldn't have gone wrong here. Take in consideration that the multiplayer is obviously better than single player and the it's quite empty most of the time so you might need to get some friends to play with but this game's doubtlessly worth it.


Awesome game to play with pals

VivienC | Aug. 21, 2013 | Review of Payday 2 - PC

And when I say it's a great game to play with friends, I mean it. If your friends aren't into it, personally, I'm not so sure how much you'd enjoy it but who knows, some people prefer playing with randoms. You can complete the missions whichever way you want and it's a thoroughly enjoyable game because of that. Just make sure you don't have an Intel graphics card and your rig's compatible with the game because quite a few people were upset about that after purchasing it.


Hilarious and highly entertaining

VivienC | Aug. 21, 2013 | Review of Chivalry Medieval Warfare Overflow 1 - PC

You might not like it the first time you play but after a while once you get used to the classes and get familiar with the game mechanics, you'll definitely start having a good time. It's a must to play with your friends whether if it's on FFA or last team standing, undeniably a great buy.


Great platformer

VivienC | Aug. 21, 2013 | Review of Super Meat Boy - PC

It's not exactly a secret this game's gonna need a bit of effort but who wants to play a game that doesn't challenge them? It's definitely difficult but so rewarding and it's surprisingly fun after you purchase a new keyboard to replace your smashed up one...


Favorite game of 2013 so far

VivienC | Aug. 13, 2013 | Review of BioShock Infinite NA Post - PC

This game is phenomenal. The world itself will amaze you, nevermind the story, every scene in the game had a point and was trying to make you feel something in that moment. In the beginning of the game, just by walking around and seeing the posters and what the citizens in Columbia were talking about, you could already form an idea of the history of how the city was created and what the people's beliefs were. It's difficult to explain but I'm saying that Irrational Games really put a lot of detail and work into this and you'd understand once you play the game.