Reviews by drakemirow
Masterpiecedrakemirow | Oct. 11, 2013 | Review of Bastion
When everything breaks apart, there is still something to rebuild. While it's level design is grounded in simple minimalistic shapes there is much more fondly created details to be found in every not existing corner of this puzzled universe. a story to dwell on for a while and a graphic style so lovely and yet fierce. an exceptional exemplar of a wonderful game that is not just a cliche of a video game.
a game well told.
You might want to put on yourdrakemirow | Sept. 23, 2013 | Review of Brutal Legend
Let's start with this: If you are sick of metal stereotypes, stay away! Because this is going to hurt!
But even if these stereotypes really are old and over the top it is so much fun! So many good songs, so many good musicians, they are all in it. This is the one and only true metal video game (until further notice). Even some parts of the game that include simple strategic elements and repeating sidemissions can't stop the metal inside you. I almost jumped with joy when I met Ozzy in the game and that's just one of the many cameos that are so well done. I actually never had so much fun with a soundtrack of a game. this is tim schäfer at his brütalst.
It certainly is ... Another Worlddrakemirow | Sept. 23, 2013 | Review of Another World: 20th Anniversary Edition
While it was already a big hit when it first came out it almost has the chance to get even wider recognition especially for fans of indie games. It will take you on a journey without telling much. So you have to just delve into the strange world you will encounter. At times it can be challenging if you are used to hints and instructions but with a little imagination everyone can have his fair share of fun with this truly inspiring game. When it first came out it was already beautiful to look at but the remastered graphics add even more details and style. A must-have!
You get sucked in immediately!drakemirow | Sept. 13, 2013 | Review of Q.U.B.E.
And suddenly you are on your own. No help, no introduction, you just have to prove yourself. clever puzzles, alternating game mechanics. it's everything you want from a game that challenges you with new problems to solve from section to section. if you like portal at it's core you will most likely love Q.U.B.E. It's lack of story or direction might discourage some but it is totally worth it's time and price. took me some time and i had a blast!