Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest for PlayStation 4 Reviews

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Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of the Forest is an interesting mix of werewolf myths based on a role-playing codex and real-life eco-activism in the form of a low-key interactive story. There really was protests in Białowieża national forest in 2016 where the game draws its inspiration from. Usually, visual novels are a whole lot less involving as choices in them are often just superficial. Here, though, you must really go under Maia’s skin and talk and act like you would in her place. The game does not try to embrace the world but is a strictly controlled experience. Its prose is punctual and sufficiently descriptive and keeps pace with today’s important matters. The angle is strongly on the side of spirituality and nature, as well as accepting what really makes you. Aided by strong visual sense and deep but not preaching writing, Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Heart of

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Neptunia Virtual Stars for PlayStation 4 Reviews

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There is no doubt that Neptunia Virtual Stars is a perfect match for the world of social media and Vtubers. The execution of this title may not be perfect in the peripheral elements, but overall it is a solid addition to the series. Returning fans and new ones alike will enjoy seeing their favourite Goddesses and getting to know the new characters. The fact that the Vtubers are real outside of the the experience is a big pull for Vtuber fans as they can get to know their favourite stars more deeply through this experience. Even when the main story is concluded, there is still plenty of V-Cubes to collect, new strong enemies to kill and Beatnik to master, making it a title that can’t be missed for fans of the Neptunia universe.

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Curse of the Dead Gods for PlayStation 4 Reviews

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This is a challenging game. Despite enemies telegraphing attacks, their numbers can get the better of you. Combined with arena traps, hazards, and a lack of light sources, it can be rather difficult. However, with a parry, dodge roll, and your set of weapons, you’re given plenty of opportunity to defend yourself. Combat really keeps you on your toes, and gives the game a quick pace that makes runs that much more addictive. If you want a dungeon crawler with satisfying gameplay and some unique ideas, this is far from a curse.

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Pumpkin Jack for PlayStation 4 Reviews

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Pumpkin Jack
The jack of all trades
Im just gonna start by saying go play this game, stop watching this review and just go buy it.. im that
Pumpkin Jack
The jack of all trades
Im just gonna start by saying go play this game, stop watching this review and just go buy it.. im that confident that you will absolutely love pumpkin jack.
Pumkin jack is a 3d platformer pretty similar to the likes of medivel, but I actually like pumpkin jack much more as this feels like medivel meets uncharted to an extent.. sadly not necessarily in the story as this is the weakest part of pumpkin jack… a story of good and evil except youre on the evil side this time.. you’ve been hired by the devil to stop a wizard from saving all of humanity from the monster running around terrorizing them… sadly no voice

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Helheim Hassle for PlayStation 4 Reviews

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Playstation Official Magazine UK

Feb 5, 2021

The idea of solving puzzles
with detachable limbs is
interesting, but the execution
is a bit simple. Since you can’t
take a single step without
having to solve another puzzle,
the satisfaction of overcoming
them is pretty short-lived, too.
However, Helheim Hassle offers
some excellent, goofy dialogue
and characters, so solving
puzzles can feel like something
you have to get over with in
order to get to those bits. The
game lives off its cartoony,
over-the top art style and
absurd situations. Its humour is
its biggest strength – dry and
self-deprecating, sometimes
reminiscent of adventure
classics like Monkey Island.
While the puzzles are a bit of a
letdown, on the whole
you get an entertaining
game with a few great
laughs. [[email protected]#185, p.82]

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