Did it have a disastrous launch? Absolutely. Is it actually fun to play now? I’d like to think so!
I signed up for the closed playtest immediately after it was announced, and a couple of days prior to writing this, I managed to get a key. So anyway, here’s my first impressions of the game so far.
It’s been eight long years, but it’s finally here! While there’s no denying that Cyberpunk 2077 could have used a few more months of development, the game, despite all of its technical hiccups, still lives up to all the hype.
Over the years, what started out as a typical looter shooter MMO with a basic crafting system and no story whatsoever has since turned into a lore-rich universe with countless hours of content.
What happens when you mix MegaMan Battle Network’s combat system with Slay the Spire’s mechanics? You get One Step From Eden, a roguelite deckbuilding game developed by Thomas Moon Kang after a very successful Kickstarter campaign.
When I first bought Slay the Spire in late 2018, it was a promising early access title by Mega Crit Games that was updated weekly. Now, it’s a full-fledged roguelite experience with countless hours of replayability.
Here’s a quick review of a F2P mobile MOBA that I believe is better than most of its competitors (e.g. Mobile Legends and MARVEL Super War). It’s a solid game that features a well-rounded roster of heroes that are viable in all levels of play.
Let’s take a quick look at Minor Key Games’ Eldritch, a first-person roguelite inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft!