The year of 2018 is just starting but looking back while there were many great games released in 2017 many of my favorite experiences were from games I played which were not released this past year. With that in mind I decided to make a list for those games that would go overlooked but considering all of them are great games this is a nice way to recommend them to anyone that might have forgotten about them.
It took me a while to publish this post because I was about to make final adjustments and ended up forgetting to do so, until now, so with no more delay, here are my favorite games I played in 2017 that are not from 2017.
10. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
My number ten was the only game on this list I didn’t truly enjoy. It does, in my opinion, have as many good qualities as it has bad ones. Continue reading
Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair is a visual novel, a direct sequel to Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc.
Being this game a visual novel one should know what to expect. The meat and bones of the game is the story and its characters. While I liked the first Danganronpa very much I’m sad to say I have very mixed feeling towards its sequel. Continue reading
I’ve been a big fan of “Metroidvania” games for a long time but up to this point, for whatever reason, I’ve had never completed a Metroid game so it just made sense to start with the first. However the original one I dare say didn’t age very well, so I went with its remake and what a pleasant adventure I was in for. Continue reading
The Evil Within it a difficult game to judge. At times is it was very good but at others it was infuriating. Regardless of its flaws, I think that for survival horror fans this is a game that should not be missed.
For this review I’ll try to talk about how I felt about the game in general, so there might be spoilers here and there. Since I think the story is not that great, there isn’t much to spoil but this is my warning. Continue reading
After five months playing Persona 5 I have finally beat it. I also decided to give a few weeks to let everything sink in in order to write a fair review. The reason I’m doing this is because I love it so much I want to try to remove the hype factor but honestly I think it’s impossible now because of how much I enjoyed it.
With so much to cover I don’t think I know where to begin from, so let’s go in order this time and start with the story. Continue reading
htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary is a Playstation Vita exclusive game developed by Nippon Ichi Software and later ported to the PC. Even though I waited a lot to pick it up I decided to go with the Vita version for the reason I’ll cover shortly. I have to admit that when I saw footage of this game for the first time I became intrigued instantly. However, with its charming graphics and intriguing atmosphere it soon took a turn for the worse. It’s very sad when you see so wasted potential and I have say that htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary is full of it but first, let’s start with what the game does right. Continue reading