Reviews by katchouni
Astonishing Raymankatchouni | Oct. 8, 2013 | Review of Rayman Legends
There are no mistakes! Rayman Legends is a great platformer that will hold your attention for a dozen hours - and at the very least. Between its five worlds, challenges renewed each week, Kung Foot and Origins' revisited levels, there really is a lot of content. But beware, those who hoped Rayman Origins 2 could well be for expenses: instead of being harder Ubi Montepllier targeted a more casual level design, certainly more fun when you play with friends and family but can be a bit disappointing for those who hoped for challenge.
A truly epic adventurekatchouni | July 23, 2013 | Review of FINAL FANTASY VII
One of the best adventure that has been produced so far and I think the second best episode of the Final Fantasy series. The story and the protagonists' personality are extremely well written. Note that if you want flashy graphics, you can go your way. But if you want adventure and a memorable campaign, play this game. It's a love letter to gamers, a gift we can play on pc today.
Strategy and fun for everyonekatchouni | July 22, 2013 | Review of Awesomenauts
Awesomenauts is a MOBA for beginners: it provides immediate fun. It’s a blast when shared with a friend to play online or local co-op. The gameplay is simple: attacking, jumping, and especially trying not to die because it gives money to the enemy camp. It's simple enough to pick up even if it takes a little time to understand all the game mechanics, the characters and maps. But you quickly get in the thing and it’s particularly addictive. The cartoon graphics are absolutely gorgeous and brings some kind of personnality to the game.
Great puzzle/platformerkatchouni | July 21, 2013 | Review of PID
It was a real pleasure to go through a world so... "unique". As a puzzle/plateformer sporting a highly original dress that does not go unnoticed. It can possibly remind Rochard in its smooth and sleek appearance, all based on a aerial gameplay. Pid remains unique in its universe both colorful and creepy. There is a mood in this game, a "je ne sais quoi" that bothers. This could result in strange NPC that nothing seems to touch, or by its jazzy-lounge soundtrack. Pid offers a pleasant experience as it should be (ten hours) and game mechanics that are worth visiting. Hard mode, different challenges and collectibles are enough to fill your hunger.
Inovative and challenging puzzlerkatchouni | May 11, 2013 | Review of World of Goo
Among the loads of puzzle games coming out these days, World of goo is realy one of a kind. Immediatly appealing by its graphical mood, an adorable and intriguing style which reminds me the best animated movies. Your job here is to put Goos together to build towers and bridges, in order to climb or go over gaps to the exit. The challenge gets harder as you progress in the game : levels get tougher but you also get Goos with special abilities to help. The physics render is awesome, you can genuinly feels the weight of your building. I can't recomand enough this game, a real must have.