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Titan Souls

4.0

Average: 5.9
Comments: None
AvatarClash of opposites
Written by Noble_Beast on Apr 29, 2016
“Titan Souls is an interesting game to think about. In its attempt to take Shadow of the Colossus and make it a more arcade-y experience, what we wound up with is a 2 or 3 hour long boss rush level. While I could totally dismiss the game based purely off of that, Titan Souls actually has quite a lot of potential. Honestly, it’s not as if there’s any one particularly bad element that spoils the bunch, nor is it a game whose individual elements are poorly executed; it’s just that, simply put, this formula doesn’t work. There’s no real synergy between these elements. The idea of being able to one shot a boss after finally figuring out how to hit its weak spot doesn’t really gel too well with having to explore a barren overworld to find their door. Having a barren overworld only works if the setting is actually convincing, and not just a mishmash of different areas such as a snowy mountain, a deep dark forest and an active volcano – all that did work were the actual temple hubs. Speaking of which, why have this...”
Boxshot

9.0

Average: 8.8
Comments: None
“If there is something weird about this game, it's the fact that I don't remember why I added it to the library, other than the fact that the style was making me nostalgic of the AGS games (though they're still around). I never expected an horror game however. And when I finally decided to give myself into the game, I did the two first chapters and then, I left it for some weeks, because of the achievements with tarot cards. I shouldn't let games hanging like that, because it can take me months or years after to come back to them. Anyway, I finished the first season and now waiting a little before diving into the second one. So the Last Door: a good or a bad retro horror game? Jeremiah DeWitt receives a letter from an old schoolmate. However, this cryptic message prompts him to go to his friend's manor as he's aware that something had gone wrong. This is his first step towards madness, horror, darkness... The Last Door is an episodic game, with four chapters. All of them is following DeWitt's fate...”
Hyperdimension Neptunia­ Re;Birth3: V Generation

8.0

Average: 8.0
Comments: None
“After a slight dip when it came to Rebirth 2 Neptune returns to her role as central protagonist to lift the series once more. There's no doubt that the game is fun with a lot of what made the series here safe and sound. Niggles of past games have been addressed too to make the journey more user friendly, easily making this the best Neptunia core game to date. However, blatant copy and paste combined with a lack of balance does prevent the game from reaching the lofty 9/10 it might have otherwise earned. The story gets a boost back up from RB2, thanks in part to Neptune resuming her role as the central protagonist. Unlike the last game this is a direct sequel, but prior knowledge is not necessary as the story results in Neptune getting trapped in another dimension, causing her to run across those that are parallels to those she knows already and completely new people. While numerous characters engage in the events that transpire it's the lead co-stars Noire and Plutia that work well with Neptune to...”
Mexicana: Deadly Holiday

9.0

Average: 9.0
Comments: None
“It is worth to note that I didn't play the game as a collector's edition or as a stand-alone. Indeed, it was part of the Hidden Objects Bundle 6-in-1, alongside with: Kronville: Stolen Dream Cruel Games: Red Riding Hood Panopticon: Path of Reflections The Other Side: Tower of Souls Lake House: Children of Silence Collector's Edition It's the third Hidden Object Bundle released by Alawar on Steam and for now, none of them are released as stand-alone. Anyway, if Mexicana was to be a stand-alone on Steam, I would gladly acquire it and play it again. And it would be more interesting as a collector's edition and with trading cards and achievements, though I doubt that it will be the case (apart for the trading cards, like they did with Mountain Crime: Requital). Mexicana was the game I wanted to play the more but given the fact that I was also writing the whole bundle review, as it was the last one proposed, it was the last that I've played. And I didn't regret that wait. Dias de Muertos...”
Aveyond 3-4: The Darkthrop Prophecy

6.5

Average: 6.5
Comments: None
AvatarThe final chapter in Mel's life
Written by vicrabb on Apr 25, 2016
“If you didn't read my previous reviews of Aveyond 3, I'll resume here my little story with Aveyond. Years ago, I was contributing little games profiles to Neoseeker. Aveyond was among them and it was during Aveyond 3's storyline that happened. Life made me kinda forget about them until they appeared on Steam. Yet, it took me more time before buying them in Humble Bundle store during a promotion and months before I launched myself into this RPG - not that I don't like the genre, but given my nature of wanting to do everything, I could loose some sanity. It's time now to close Mel's story with this final chapter. After destroying the Orb of Death, Mel decided to hide into the animal village with Yvette and Ulf. However, she's still denying her magic powers. Never relentess, Edward, ousted of his throne by Lydia, found her and convinced her to go to the Shadowood Academy to control them. But Gwendyal isn't done with the Darkthrop heiress... Mel being in danger, it's up to Stella and Edward to reunite with...”
Tibetan Quest: Beyond the World's End

8.0

Average: 8.0
Comments: None
AvatarWelcome to the Tibetan mountains!
Written by vicrabb on Apr 20, 2016
“There is always something exciting when looking on the upcoming list on Steam and see a new game published by Artifex Mundi. I would have preferred to see one developed by them but I know that they're also very careful about what they're publishing. I don't know if it's something they're doing consciously but the main character is always a woman, who loves adventures who has brains. Anyway, Tibetan Quest is the newest entry - though Mythic Wonder will be released today, the time of review submission. And will it be the black sheep in Artifex's excellent catalogue? Your niece Larissa embarked on a journey to the mythical Shangri-La, however, her party goes missing during a snowstorm. Not caring at all for your life, you follow her footsteps to rescue her... That's the plot of the game: as usual, Artifex Mundi knows to choose the games with interesting stories. I really liked the beginning, though the ending was a little less well-written: it cuts abruptly and it's clear that it needs at least some...”
Twilight City: Love as a Cure

7.0

Average: 7.0
Comments: None
AvatarThe road to be human again
Written by vicrabb on Apr 18, 2016
“Twilight City: Love as a Cure was released on Steam with a batch of other games. However, don't ask me why but I didn't really pay attention to the description or the screenshots. I thought it was an hidden object game. Perhaps the title sounded like a series... Anyway, what is really Twilight City: Love as a Cure? Let's start with the plot. You're in love with a human. Too bad for you, you're a creature of the night, you're a vampire. The only way for you is to become human again, for that, you go to Twilight City, where you'll have to earn your life and learn spells, fighting skills or anything that can help you in your quest. If the story seems common, I don't know how it's finishing as I was victim of a bug - in other words, don't use the teleporting spell while you've casted another one. Besides, if my character was moving, I wouldn't have to resort to that solution. Anyway, I was expecting the casual adventure games, I ended with a mix of management and adventure. Up to the point I've...”
Lost Lands: Mahjong

8.0

Average: 8.0
Comments: None
“When I decided to review this game, I never expected that I would be in another state of mind so early in the morning. I arrived at work, I was speaking with my coworker about an article about how French journalists were pronouncing Belgian town names and even distorting them when I read the flash info banner about two explosions in the national airport. You bet that while I was trying to work and to communicate with my mother (which was outside of her school at the time, so without news about what's happening in the capital) by SMS, I was listening to the news. However, it's nearly a month after that I'm deciding to put it on Neoseeker, as I've finally reviewed Lost Lands: A Hidden Object Adventure and that I've improved the first text. Lost Lands: Mahjong is based on the universe of Lost Lands, a hidden object adventure series set in another dimension or I suppose so because the games are done by the same people, with the same title. However, here, you take in your hands the destiny of the Elven...”

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Commented written by Lukas on Apr 27, 2016
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Commented written by Storm on Mar 23, 2016
“Aw. I really liked this game. It was short, they didn't have a lot of funding to work with, but the combat felt like the Arkham games as you mentioned, and I'm okay with that, haha. It was stiff, but worked all the same. And the turtles looked decent as opposed to the monstrosities we are getting in the films lately. Funny, the TMNT sequel has the same title as this game.”
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Commented written by vicrabb on Mar 16, 2016
“There is a nice emoticon when crafting the badge.... It's reminding me that I still need to play it now that I've a controller since more than a year...”
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Commented written by Polarity on Mar 14, 2016
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