The Early Unlocks for the Humble Monthly Bundle for July 2019 is a pair of game. This month’s Early Unlocks include Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice and Moonlighter so let’s see how they stack up.
Played on Windows
Also Available on Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Linux, and macOS.
Moonlighter takes the drudgery of running a store and finds a new and interesting way to invigorate the experience. This isn’t a new concept, but Moonlighter still finds ways to make it engaging. Moonlighter is actually much more of an adventure but with great theming, but is it worth playing?
Hello once again. I’m Kinglink and I’m here to answer two questions. The one that I keep hearing is “Should I go to E3?” The other question is “What is your favorite game?” So yeah, we’ll tackle both of those as I talk about E3 and crown the game of the show.
Hello, I’m Kinglink and it’s the final day of E3 2019.
I’m exhausted, it’s been far harder to make these videos than I expected and I’ve been up late to make them so let’s just get started.
This is a script for my youtube video, available below, if you are interested, please check out my E3 Day 1 Recap as well.
Hello, My name is Kinglink I’m back from my second day at E3 2019.
So just a quick note, There are three types of demos. There are Hands-on demos, where the player is physically playing the game, that’s all I saw yesterday and it’s the demos you probably have played before. Today I’ve also seen a few “hands off” demos, in these someone from the studio plays the game, talks about it, and doesn’t allow the players control. Finally, there are trailers, but what’s the point of those, you get the same experience at home, to be honest. Now theoretically, hands-off demos could be pre-recorded footage and players miming the inputs, but again we will use the benefit of the doubt for these companies, so let’s assume no one is doing that.
This is a script for my youtube video, available below.
Hello, I’m Kinglink and I’m back from my first day of E3 2019.
E3 has been crazy, I’ve dived in head first, and got to see quite a few things on day one, as well as set up a few things for the future. But the good news is my day was packed. Just to give you an idea of how I view these games, I won’t try to be harsh on games. Almost everything here is very early, alpha, pre-alpha and more. So I’ll talk about some complaints but really, this is a hype event, and let’s give companies the benefit of the doubt when possible.
Played on Windows
Disclosure (Review copy) at the end of the review.
Druidstone is the first game from the Ctrl Alt Ninja, the new company formed from Almost Human. While the company’s name change, they say it’s mostly the same group of developers, but the result is a very interesting game. Almost Human was the company that produced the Legends of Grimrock series, an interesting call back to Might and Magic style RPGs. This time around Ctrl Alt Ninja looks back to D&D inspired strategy RPGs, does it hit the mark a second time?