Reviews by lunarei919
Love this Gamelunarei919 | Aug. 19, 2014 | Review of BioShock (NA)
I put off playing this game for a long time and I admit to regretting that now. Bioshock is an amazing game for many reasons, though I will admit to some drawbacks. The game has an engaging storyline that will have you questioning your actions from the start. It’s set in a world that is so fascinatingly twisted that you can’t help being absorbed. Drops litter the map, forcing you to explore every nook and cranny, which was surprisingly enjoyable. The weapons and special “plasmids” you get in the game allow for a diversity in playstyle: would you rather just blow things up with a grenade launcher or convince one of those lovely Big Daddy’s to kill everyone for you. The atmosphere is creepy enough to still keep your nerves strung several hours in. I will admit, the controls take some getting used to. I can’t tell you the number of times I went to fire a weapon only to switch between them. You get better at it overtime, but it’s still frustrating early game.
Despite the one complaint, I’d still recommend this game in a heartbeat.
Zombie Massacrelunarei919 | Nov. 14, 2013 | Review of Dead Pixels
I originally gained Dead Pixels through a promotion on this site that gave me the game with the purchase of another. Normally, I am not a big fan of pixelated games, but this one had me addicted from the start. With fast pace action and somewhat limited ammo (depending on the level of difficulty you choose), Dead Pixels drags you straight into the zombie apocalypse. If you're looking for an epic storyline, you won't find it here. However, you will find your pulse racing as you run past zombie hordes in a desperate attempt to escape with little to no ammo and only a melee weapon to help you bash through the few stragglers in your way. Hordes can form suddenly and without warning, causing you to keep on your toes for fear of being devoured. This game is, without a doubt, worth the purchase.
When Halloween Becomes Realitylunarei919 | Nov. 14, 2013 | Review of Costume Quest
Costume quest is a cute game with a unique gameplay. You play as either the brother or sister of a pair of twins and, when the other inevitably gets kidnapped, you are forced to use the power of your costume to save the day. The battle system utilizes the costumes in order to perform special moves, which can actually be a bit difficult at times to execute, depending on the costume. The storyline is simple and a bit predictable here and there, but good enough to keep you playing for quite a while. Overall, I say it's a decent little RPG that is worth purchasing.