“Teslagrad” is a fantastic puzzle-platformer, with amazing visuals and even greater level design. I do feel like the game could have used tighter controls and a bit more direction, but these things barely detract from what is a must-buy release on our beloved handheld.
All in all, for $4.99, you can immerse yourself in a world that will make you re-think your priorities in life. And hell, that’s a hell of a deal compared to my last therapist.
I really wanted to like this game. And maybe that’s the whole moral of the story: Just like everyone else, I wanted Octodad to be something he’s not.
As a game, “Actual Sunlight” is undoubtedly flawed. As an experience, I think there are very few games that even come close to being this relevant.
“Broken Age” represents the return of a master. Tim Schafer’s first point-and-click adventure game since the ground-breaking Grim Fandango, “Broken Age” had much to live up to. And for the most part, it did.