Though Dungeon of the Endless is a solid single player tower defense game, one has to wonder: what happened to co-op during its port from PC to console?
Part action JRPG, part dating sim, and part Japanese drama, the majority of Sakura Wars is textual exchanges between characters--with just a dash of fast-paced mech combat.
Guard Duty can be completed in an evening if you're dedicated, but it's a fun way to spend those hours.
A decent-looking single player exploration title with some gathering and crafting, and the annoyance of being utterly powerless in combat due to balance issues.
Draw up a sci-fi comic book, add a dash of stat crunching and a healthy dose of challenge and you've got Deep Sky Derelicts.
"Today is Monday. At the same time on Saturday Morning, I will come for you again. Spend the five days you have wisely." Unfortunately, this is easier said than done.
Textual errors, weak prose, and a repetitive and somewhat jarring BGM selection hold this ambitious adventure back from greatness.
Rain City is neat to look at, but ultimately its lack of context leads to too many "what now?" moments of frustration for it to be enjoyable all the way through.
Take the destiny of the sky's strongest fighters into your hands.
Though it lacks a coat of polish, House Flipper is a weirdly engrossing take on putting things in order and making a profit.