Reviews by shewbakka


Fun game, learn your keyboard!

shewbakka | Oct. 31, 2013 | Review of SEGA Halloween Title - PC

This game will either be something you are into, or aren't. This is an incredibly straight forward game. This is an on the rails shooter zombie typing game. By spelling out the words on the screen, you get rid of the zombies in front of you trying to eat your brains. Some of the words it has you spelling out are quite humorous (thunder thighs?! lol) and gameplay is smooth enough. The game itself is pretty short, you start off with a gun but as you get further into the story you will earn money for upgrades. The bosses and levels are fun, memorable, and can be intense. This is a very nice take on a fantasy-horror game and I enjoyed it, although towards the end I found myself getting bored. That could be my own fault though, I knew what I was getting when buying this. Be aware of what you're getting before you make the buy, the animations and CGI are decent, and gameplay is fun enough. Tensions will arise as you get further and further into this game. The game does have a plot, which is decent, and I'm looking forward to playing this co-op once the update launches.


Fantastic, must experience yourself!

shewbakka | Oct. 31, 2013 | Review of Brothers A tale of Two Sons - PC

The less you know about this game, the better. If possible, please play this game with a blank slate. Don't look up any more details about this game, the less outside influences the better! Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is a beautiful game, absolutely fantastic in in story telling and pacing. The dialogue between the characters are for the most part, gibberish, yet you feel compelled for these people and their lives. Play this game in one sitting if possible, it do-able in 1.5-3 hours. It's a must play with a controller as well, with a keyboard and mouse it is still possible but this game was main with a controller in mind. Do it justice by playing it the way it was meant to be played. Enjoy this game, it's truly one of a kind. One of my favorites of all time.