Sunset Overdrive – Insomniac invents something new and fresh

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Hello, I’m Kinglink and this is my review of Sunset Overdrive, created by Insomniac Games, and published by Xbox Games Studio.

Insomniac is well known. They’re the developers who made Ratchet and Clank, Resistance, Spyro, and of course Marvel’s Spider-man. Remember to respect the hyphen. They have been a solid developer over their career, with fun and inventive gameplay. Sunset Overdrive is the first game from them on a Microsoft console and it was the first one on PC, so let’s take a look at Sunset Overdrive

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Rive Review – Taking a look at Two Tribes unique platformer.

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Hello and welcome to my review of Rive, developed and published by Two Tribes

Rive is an interesting platformer that was released in 2016 but didn’t get a lot of attention. The company behind it is probably best known for Toki Tori and Toki Tori 2, though Rive is a completely different type of game tackling a new genre, the platformer.

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The Messenger and Picnic Panic Review – Exactly how a homage should be done.

Played on Windows
Also available on Playstation 4, and Switch.

The Messenger has continued to be heralded as an important Metroidvania and Platformer of last year, as a fan of both genres it has remained on my radar, and finally, I had an opening and picked up The Messenger and have now played through it. So is it actually a great Metroidvania and Platformer? Let’s see.

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Dandara Review

Played on Windows.
Also Available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS, and Android.

Dandara is one of the most unique games I’ve played recently. It uses an unconventional control scheme, a unique world, and a beautiful look to present a really different game from what I am used to or was expecting. But is it worth playing?

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Celeste Review

Played on Windows
Also Available on Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, macOS, and Linux

Celeste got a lot of attention last year when it came out. It was supposed to be a super hard platformer, and that can be a good description of it. I slept on it, but I kept hearing people talking about Celeste so I finally thought that it was time I took a look at it and see how it stacks up.

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