Seems I barely finish a game a month :s
Just done with Thomas was Alone
, which I enjoyed quite a bit, it just has a nice vibe to it even if the puzzles are simple and the characters not quite as enticing as I'd have hoped, loooved the music though. Zafehouse : Diaries
classic mode, after maybe a dozen runs I ended up with all survivors alive, getting along perfectly, waiting for the chopper in a police station with enough ammo to kill the zombie crowds which felt very anticlimatic and that one needs dumb luck to win :p The Longest Journey
, back in April, probably the best good old adventure game here, having played it at release and now for the second time I had a lot of "nostalgic" moments just faintly remembering places and characters, and wishing the journey wouldn't end, such a magical game... Unmechanical
, ehhh, it felt short and still overstaying its welcome. Jelly no Puzzle
, I'm not much into pure puzzle games but this was addictive and so tough, I felt equally satisfied about solving some levels as I felt bad looking up the walkthrough for some. It's free
too, give it a go! Karateka
felt so repetitive I went through 2 endings out of 3 in 1-2h and never felt the need to touch again. XCOM : Enemy Unknown
made me pay for DLC (granted, it was 70% off or something) because after 50h in I want to play it a third time. I never played the old games but it hit the sweet spot between accessibility and depth for me. Costume Quest
made me think of Paper Mario, Pixar movies and what it could have been like to celebrate Halloween as a kid. Very basic, got bored of combat but stayed for the charm. Sleeping Dogs
was a lot of fun, admittedly it's the first openworld/sandbox game I play since 10+years but I was surprised at how much there was to do and how much of it was actually good. Story-wise it doesn't take itself too seriously but still was decent. The atmosphere helps a lot too, great soundtrack and HK is a great setting.
Nightmare in Northpoint DLC I could have skipped happily, not so good... Goofy story with very repetitive fights.
Year of the Snake DLC was better, some more original missions (teargas ftw!) and felt a bit more thought out.