It’s another wonderful month, and this month we have three different Early Access games. Just like last month, I’m going to gather my First Looks for all three games in one post. I’ve already reviewed Staxel, and am currently prepping my Sniper Elite 4 review. I will be honest, my Tales of Berseria review might be delayed a few days, due to the size and scope of the game and I wish to finish it to give it a correct score.
With that said let’s take a look at each title.
Staxel is a 3D Multiplayer farming game with a heavy feeling of Stardew Valley and Minecraft oozing from it.
We then have the sniping game, Sniper Elite 4. Warning this game is a bit graphic but if you’re willing to forgo that warning, check this out.
Finally, we bring you Tales of Berseria. If you want quantity, this is going to be the game for you. I’m currently 30 hours into the game, and I don’t know if I’m even halfway.
So from those videos, you can see how each game plays in the first thirty minutes. I hope you enjoy it, and I’ll return with full reviews as soon as possible.
However, if you are already interested in the Humble Bundle you can find it on their site. Here’s a link if you’re curious.
I will continue to review the games, so consider subscribing to the YouTube channel, to get them ahead of time, and otherwise, I’ll see you once I wrap up this month’s bundle in a couple weeks most likely.
Until then. Kinglink out!
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