Reviews by ZeeFreeman
Very confusing, but a nice puzzle gameZeeFreeman | Dec. 10, 2012 | Review of VVVVVV
Wasn't quite sure what to think of the game, as it seems to make no sense. But after you get over the initial confusion, the puzzles are interesting and the game itself is well thought out, yet I still do not know what the creators were thinking when making this game, but I'm glad they did.
Quite Scary About World Resources, but Amazing in TacticsZeeFreeman | Dec. 10, 2012 | Review of Defcon: Everybody Dies DNS
I first played this, I found it disturbing on how it showed the death count, and the mere idea of implementation of this in the real world is...worrying at the least. But, beyond it's near prophetic human self-destruction, the tactical side of the game is very well played out, and you can easily lose if you cannot either quickly counter the enemy, or be one step ahead of them. A true challenge (against capable enemies) and a disturbing lesson to humans to reform their ways.
Amazing and HilariousZeeFreeman | Dec. 10, 2012 | Review of Hitman: Blood Money [Playfire]
I love the creative ways that you can kill your targets, it all comes down to the style that you like to play, something that doesn't happen very often anymore. The weapons (especially when silenced) can create a bit of an overpowered atmosphere, but a hilarious one at that. The selection of said weapons is nice, in addition to the non-upgradable ones you can get during missions. A true gem of a game, I'd recommend it for those who love freedom and murder.
So much missed potential.ZeeFreeman | Dec. 10, 2012 | Review of Dead Island: Game of the Year (v1)
I remember when I first heard of the game and saw some of the features they put in it. When I picked it up, I was excessively disappointed. The combat was way too easy (I killed the final boss in one hit, if that says anything), and the story was very shallow, as it tried to come off as depressive and a realistic interpretation, but some of the game mechanics (such as breaking arms of zombies) just broke that immersion. Altogether, I'd say it's a joke of a game and a mistake by Deep Silver. I'd say unless if you can get it for $1 or less, do not buy it.