Tag: indie

SimPocalypse Review

Today An Apocalypse, Tomorrow An Empire

HIGH It’s easy to learn all the features.

LOW Generic battles. Generic events. Generic aesthetic.

WTF Stock markets survived the Apocalypse??


Interview With SWERY On The Good Life

Hidetaka “SWERY” Suehiro is a creator like none other, having brought titles like The Missing, D4, and of course, Deadly Premonition to gamers everywhere. It’s no secret that we here at GameCritics are huge fans of his work, and we’re thrilled to be able to present this interview focusing on his next title, The Good Life.


Graviter

A Puzzler That Pulls You In

HIGH The satisfaction of clearing a stage with minimal pauses.

LOW Input lag and speed of the comet make the pauses hard to time.

WTF Directing a comet towards paw prints in order to rescue a cat devoured by a black hole!?


Minute Of Islands Review

Your Own. Personal. Limbo.

HIGH Unique visuals, both dreamy and nightmarish.

LOW Unmemorable level layouts.

WTF Why is it a guessing game to figure out which terrain I can walk on ?!


Retro Machina Review

Retro Not Just In Name


HIGH Enjoyable combat with an interesting art style.

LOW A very limited set of skills and not enough enemy types.

WTF Wait… it’s not a metroidvania ?!


Cozy Grove Review

Returning Color To A Haunted Island


HIGH The art style is wonderful.

LOW Time-gating content holds the experience back.

WTF Postmaster Bear received a package of bloody bear claws…