Reviews by felixdenfule
For fans of dolls!felixdenfule | Aug. 17, 2013 | Review of Stacking
This game has a few annoying mechanics, like unskippable cutscenes, but the puzzles make up for it. The general setting and environment is really in place and the story is pretty gripping. I would recommend picking up the DLC as well since it features a more comic twist to the generally pretty depressing game. The story features very rich elements such as industrialism and child labour, which really gives the protagonist more and more of a hero role. It's definitely worth the money, the game delivers over expectation in content and length and every character featured really feels rich in design.
Ever wanted Moshpit: The Game?felixdenfule | Aug. 17, 2013 | Review of Brutal Legend
This game is all about metal music. If you do not like that, go look at cute kittens instead. Seriously, this game will definitely not hit the spot for you. The gameplay feels pretty much like a big mix of different genres and styles, which is where the game is really lacking. On the other hand the story is excellent, even if it feels a bit cut short. The setting is vibrant and really fits the game perfectly. The environment and setting really blends so very well with the music that it makes me slightly insane. And don't even get me started on the music. Featuring excellent voice acting and soundtrack this game is a must-buy for any metal fan out there.
Great Co-op Heists Promised!felixdenfule | Aug. 17, 2013 | Review of Payday 2
This game really is so much fun. It loses a few points due to featuring really awkward AI, but it covers up this flaw by featuring pretty great matchmaking. The netcode is pretty solid, but there are a few errors every now and then when connecting to a game. However, this has no major impact on the general feel of the game. A quick warning is that anyone even moderately comfortable with fps controls will max out this game pretty quickly, but it does not make the game even slightly less fun. The general gameplay feel is very smooth and there are almost no graphical errors. As said, the game is pretty easy to "complete" so anyone that feels that it's too expensive should probably wait for a (minor) sale. Where Payday 2 really shines is how it's one of those co-op games that can be really fun even when played with completely new players, even players that you have never played with before. It's a real multiplayer gem that I would recommend everyone to play at least a few times during their life. It loses a few points due to more or less non-existing singleplayer, even if this was something the developers actually forced in due to community votes. In other words it's a great game that really delivers on what it promises.