It's like if the very best "what if" endings came forward, agreed to co-exist in different realities, and presented themselves, ready made, for fans to enjoy.
The gnawing hunger of wanting and needing to be loved can elevate to beautiful heights or cast some of the darkest shadows in this compelling visual novel.
"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.
An unusual game that helps you lean into existential crisis with a bit of softness and warmth; don’t let your first death be your last in this offbeat adventure.
An interesting and cute visual novel that delves into the idea of love blooming in a hospital, but don’t be fooled: some truly complex & dark twists lie ahead.
The fascination and attraction of the nurses who heal with medicine & spiritual energy continues, and players now can take bold, unsettling moves forward.
Back in 1995 wants you to play games like you did back in the nineties, not sure that idea is going to work......................
As a game, Back in 1995 is tepid and short: as an artistic recreation of gaming in the 90s, Back in 1995 is such an accomplishment that it blows my mind.
The famous Chinese novel 'Romance of the Three Kingdoms' meets Teken, in this hybrid of a fighting game.
A title that contains two modes of play: shooting and racing. Yet both modes miss the target, as well as fail to cross the finish line.