Home is Where One Starts… is a walking simulator with a story. The graphics are pretty, and the sound is nice. You learn about a girl who lives with her father and her finding her emotions.
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The Gardens Between is a charming and interesting game about two kids who are sucked into another dimension to solve puzzles. Every level is thematic, and some can be rather challenging. So get your thinking caps on!
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Welcome to a new edition of Five Dollar Dives! Today I am going to be looking at the indie platformer Super Phantom Cat.
I would be lying if I said this games graphical style is not what caught my eye. It also has cats, so naturally the moment my fiancee Sara saw it she insisted that I review this game.
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Have you ever wanted to play as a little cat on a grand adventure? Well, this is the game for you! You take on the role of a cat on a journey in this cute and endearing story. As you travel through the empire of Felingard, you will learn magic spells and find lots of loot. I’ve replayed this in anticipation for the sequel that comes out this year, Cat Quest 2: The Lupus Empire. Continue reading “Cat Quest — A Pawsome Catventure”
Welcome to a special edition of Five Dollar Dives! This week I am taking a look at One Finger Death Punch 2.
Note: Although One Finger Death Punch 2 costs more than $5, I am making an exception for this game as I already reviewed the original game. It’s also priced at a very affordable $5.99, and I definitely think the extra money is worth it in this case. Now, let’s get on with the review!
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Have you ever wanted an Animal Crossing game on your phone? Then this game is for you! This cutesy simulation game has made it into the mobile market for iOS and Android. Even though Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp (AC:PC) was released in 2017, there are still current event updates and regular game updates. I only stumbled across this game recently and I’m sad I didn’t know about it before.
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Released in 2018 by EA, Fe is an audio-visual focused story about a little creature named Fe. After a brief tutorial, you begin your adventure into the wild to figure out the story of the forest. By communicating with the animals in the wild, you are guided through an adventure. There will be some spoilers in the story section, so if you want to remain spoiler-free, please skip ahead.
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For a game that was released in 2014, Child of Light still holds up very well in today’s game market. It is a pretty game with a captivating story and thematic music. I didn’t know much about the game as I had only watched the trailer, but I was quickly enamored by the characters and story that you find yourself in.
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Welcome to this edition of Five Dollar Dives, where I will be reviewing the game Running Ninja.
This game had me a little surprised. While I did get some of what I expected, a few of the game’s mechanics did have me raising an eyebrow. Not in a bad way though, as I was left thinking, “Well that’s interesting.” There is definitely some missed potential. However, considering the price that I paid for it, I was not expecting anything ground breaking.
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At the time of writing this review I have only played part of Pokémon Sun and maybe a month of Pokémon GO. The Legend of Zelda took most of my time as a kid so I missed the Pokémon franchise. That being said, if I describe aspects of the game and it is old news to you – please take the previous statements into consideration. I stopped playing Pokémon GO a while ago, and therefore deleted the game from phone. I will not be going over the integration from Pokémon GO to Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Continue reading “Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! Review — A New Twist”