Category Archives: Game Reviews

A New Dungeon Keeper – War for The Overworld Tips

I had been hoping for a remake of Dungeon Keeper for a while and I recently came across a Kickstarter game called, “War for the Overworld” that just happened to be exactly that. It’s now available on Steam and is a fairly good clone of Dungeon Keeper. It even had the backing of Peter Molyneux, the designer behind the original Bullfrog game.

The only gripes I have with it is the creature design and animations aren’t quite as fun and charming as Dungeon Keeper – can’t forget the Bile Demon or the Horned Reaper you could summon. It does manage to keep the fun narratives but you can hear a lot of repetition.

There’s also one particular level that can feel very hard at first so here’s some tips to beating it.

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Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Review

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness tells of a sci-fi world where everything has been digitalised including the looks of clothes, food, buildings and room decorations now replaced by holograms. The public is governed by an AI super computer system known as Sybil. Sybil has cameras everywhere monitoring everyone’s “Psycho-Pass” which is a quotient rating on an individual’s mental health and how likely they’re going to commit a crime. It also pre-determines an individual’s most suitable career path the moment they’re born. Thanks to such a system the public is at peace.

Sado City

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Blue Reflection Review

Blue Reflection is Gust’s last title in the “Beautiful Girls Festival” series following after Atelier Sofie and Nights of Azure 2. Taking part in its production includes character designer Mel Kishida (Atelier series) and writer Keiichi Shigusawa (Kino’s Journey, Alison, Sword Art Online: Gungale Online). Should be something good right?

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Nier: Automata Review

Never did get into the Nier game on the PS3 but after playing the demo, I was quite excited about Nier:Automata. The post apocalyptic story is quite silly – aliens sent automatons to Earth and became a threat so big humans had to flee to the moon. Now they have come with a way to transfer their memories between androids to continue the ongoing struggle as the YoRHa resistance to win the planet back.

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