I’m Kinglink and it’s the beginning of February so it’s time for Humble Choice February 2023 Review.
So we have 8 or 9 games to talk about this month with a minor bonus game. A lot of these games have been seen in bundles before, but before we get into that, let’s take a look at the titles first.
I’ve played each game on stream for an hour, and now can tell you how the game plays, what problems there are, and who probably will enjoy each game. With that said, let’s get on to the lineup with this title.
I’m Kinglink and it’s time for a look back at 2022, which is a bit of a disappointing year for me. No, not because of any specific release, though there were a lack of major titles, but I feel like I failed as a gamer.
2022 for me was a year that I played over 300 games, which is an insane amount, I covered both Game Pass for the PC and Humble Choice so there’s a massive amount of variety in the games I covered… and yet I only completed about 25 of those titles, almost all of them short affairs like Pupperazzi or games I finished without realizing it, like Peppa freaking Pig…
Normally I like to talk about the best game I played over the previous year or the game I most recommend, but with most of these games already in videos, I’ve talked about that. There’s a bigger issue for me. I struggle to call games I haven’t finished this year the best. Can I call a game the best of the year if I only played a quarter of it?
I’m Kinglink and it’s the beginning of October, so it’s time for the Humble Choice October 2022 Review.
As always there are 8 games to play, and I’ve played each game for an hour on stream, and now I can tell you who will like each title and which games are worth checking out. This being the month of Halloween perhaps we’ll have a little horror, very little.
This month was an instant purchase for me. I’ll talk more about why at the end but the headliner is pretty major, speaking of which let’s just get into the games, with the one already on screen being where we start. Take it away.
I’m Kinglink and it’s near the end of February. I know it’s late, but let’s do the Game Pass February 2022 review.
We have seventeen titles this month including a brand new platform. Two of these games came on Ubisoft connect. I believe you only get the two games right now, and you have to use their launcher, but if that’s a deal-breaker, there are enough other games to look at.. Now there were some issues this month and I’ll talk about that at the end but, in general, it’s another large month with tons of games.
Technically Game Pass also included Peggle Nights and Battlefield Bad Company 2, this month on Ea Play. Those games are over a decade old, I mean I enjoyed Peggle a decade and a half ago, and Battlefield Bad Company 2 is popular, that’s all the coverage they deserve.
So as always, I’ve played around three to four hours on each title and I’ll tell you what I think. Let’s get started with a throwback but maybe a remaster? I don’t know.
I’m Kinglink and it’s the middle of October, so let’s talk about the Xbox Game Pass October 2021 Review… Part One. Wait what’s that about?
On screens is the list of games, and like always I play all of them, every game that comes out on Xbox Game Pass. It’s been about a month since my last video, and how has Xbox done? Well, they’ve released 25 titles that I have to cover. That’s a lot, considering if I played one game each day, that’s almost the entire month, and that’s sort of what I did.
So I still want to cover them, but 25 titles, a minute a title is gonna be a huge video… so I’m doing the next best thing. I’m going to bring you 13 titles today, and the rest next week. I’ll still choose the best out of all 25, but we’re just going to break up the delivery… so let’s see which 13 titles made it onto the first half. Starting with.
I’m Kinglink and…. Well, 2020 sucks, doesn’t it? Let’s just talk about some games?
So for my final video each year, I like to talk about what games I played in a year, and which games were the best that I would recommend to everyone. This year I made a database of every game I played and it’s something I’m trying to do going forward. I ended up with 115 games played outside of games I covered for Humble Bundle, a total of over 250 games.
Dead Cells is a side-scrolling rogue-lite with a huge focus on enjoyable and deep combat. It’s a game made to challenge the player and provide many hours of entertainment for those who fall for. It’s also brutally hard at times.
But that’s par for the course in the rogue-lite genre. Dead Cells starts with the player waking up in a dungeon with a weak sword and being told to escape. Like many rogue-lites, the path is long and dangerous, and players will almost certainly fail. Each new run will give players randomized maps and new challenges. However the goal remains the same, the order of the levels, as well as the enemies faced, will similarly not change.