Reviews by unnammed

95

Great season pass

unnammed | Oct. 10, 2013 | Review of Borderlands 2 Season Pass

I bought the season pass for myself quite a while ago and didn't know what I'd get for the money but I've gotten happier with each new dlc that has been released and it's been real fun going through the dlcs and the Dragon Keep DLC probably makes this season pass, the best season pass I've bought. Definitely a lot of gametime for the money and I expect most people who bought it are already surprised at how much content you get for the money.

The DLC's are all great experiences and you get a lot more laughter, sadness and gorey "d'awww" moments. What you need for a perfect season pass.

88

Brothers: A tale of Two Sons (and their adventures)

unnammed | Oct. 10, 2013 | Review of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

I had heard of this game on the local radio because of the director of the game. I came on here and bought it and try to see what "interesting concept" he might have used in this game. I was very doubtful about the game at first but I found myself grinning and giggling like a boy after a few min into the game.

What is so fun about the game? It isn't hard question to answer, the rare experience of controlling two characters at the same time, the adventures, their "own" language and the lack of narration creates an intersting and fun gameplay. There are many hateful reviews and disappointed people but what I saw in common with all those people is that they were recommended it and they consider it over-hyped. They point out lack of narration and that "it isn't that unique after all"; but in this game we don't need narrative, we can see what happens and we live the story. Some of the things are a bit silly but you have to take that too and enjoy it. The controllign two characters might not be unique but it becomes a very fun experience together with the art, fun puzzles and the adventures.

The art is really really lovely and the puzzles are fairly easy which makes it more enjoyable with people who are not into gaming. You can play with your partner, son, daughter, mom, dad etc. It's a game for family and friends and probably not for the hardcore gamer.

I enjoyed using a controller and played it with a PS2 controller using the (x360ce) program. This game was overall a great surprise and a great experience for me and I hope people can enjoy it and not judge it based on the "hype"

80

Solid game

unnammed | Oct. 10, 2013 | Review of Reus

I bought REUS after I saw someone playing Godus. Don't ask me why but I am glad I did it. The artwork is gorgeous and very cute and the music is well done which is an important aspect considering that this is a game one might play for longer stretches of sessions.

The game at first is simple but the more you play, the harder it gets and some of the achievements makes me want to rip my hair out. It's a nice challenge and as someone said it is repetitive. Start all over again everytime and try to rebuild can get tiring in the long run but you'll have at least 5-6 more hours of enjoyable gameplay if you give it a day of rest.

Why it appealed to me personally was because of the fact that I can play this while I do other things. Talking on Skype and playing this or chatting on steam, reading email etc...it's a game that you can take at your own pace and pause whenever you feel like.

Great experience so far but it's not a "simple" game, there's a lot hiding under.