Cafeteria Nipponica is like a slow cooker. It takes some time to get things going but within due time the end result is somewhat satisfying, if you have the patience.
Tag: Rating 6/10
While cute and fun in small doses, there’s a key element missing to this game to prevent long term investment: mainly, single player incentive.
Pine is an ambitious title that could herald great things, but in its current state, falls far too short.
The weakest in the series, Episode 3 still serves the ultimate purpose of ending the bizarre saga of Watracio, though it could have been on a much higher note.
True Fear Forsaken Souls - Part 2 is basically more of the same, but this time with extra input delay.
A gift for those with patience, mental dexterity and the willingness to challenge themselves.
True Fear Forsaken Souls – Part 1 feels like a title which should have been a good decade, if not two, ago. As its out-of-time gameplay elements, and rigid game design make it look rather pale in comparison to its direct competition.
A Point & Click hidden object puzzle game that transports you into the settings of many a Brothers Grimm tale. Artifex Mundi have proven again that they are the leaders for this genre, with their relaxed but challenging title.
A vibrant rolling platform puzzler of a game, The Big Journey gives a big nod to LocoRoco from the days of the PSP. Does it offer anything extra though?
An average side-scrolling beat 'em up with a few new twists on the genre by making combos much easier to pull off and having access to a teammate. However, over quite quickly and does get repetitive early on.