30-in-1 Game Collection: Volume 1 is a good companion to take a breath between deeper games and fill your free time on these vacations and on long trips. Yes, it consists of 30 games that we could enjoy in any web page of flash games, and they don’t have attractive graphics or an innovative playability, but the challenges proposed by some of them and the addition of the local multiplayer give it an extra life.
Legend of Kay Anniversary is an adventure game with high doses of platforms fun for all audiences, without great pretensions in its script or complexity in its controls. Its sound section and the fluidity with which it moves stands out in contrast to some textures and models that remind us that the game is more than a decade old.
Wizard of Legend goes into the top of the best Nintendo Switch's roguelike games for its excellent story and game modes and the great variety of customization options of our wizard. An adventure that even the most casual public shouldn’t miss. However, the high difficulty that the game presents since its beginning, can make worse the game experience.
Jotun: Valhalla Edition is one of the most outstanding indie games of the recent years that will delight both fans of the genre and the Nordic mythology. It stands out for presenting an interesting story, a magnificent artistic design, precise control, exploration, puzzles and beautiful melodies. All this accompanied by great battles against the Jotun, which are undoubtedly the best of the title.
Ikaruga is undoubtedly one of the best games in the shoot'em up genre. A game with its own personality that stands out for its mechanics of polarity change, which makes it as fun, frenetic and challenging as few.
At every turn in the story of Sushi Striker, with each line of dialogue, with each new combat mechanics introduced on the path of mastering the art of Sushido, the words 'joy' and 'fun' emerge on the screen.
Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 is a good compilation although some games are missing. Once again, Capcom is committed to recover some of the best titles of Mega Man, which are accompanied by new features to make it easier for new players, but at the same time they return with the challenging difficulty of the past for the most veteran players. In short, a compilation that, although it can be improved, is essential for any fan of the series.
Mega Man Legacy Collection manages to bring us the best version of the NES classics, perfect for veteran players and especially for players not initiated in the series.
Super Chariot is a very interesting proposal that combines platforms and puzzles, with a well-worked system of physics that has humour all over it. Undoubtedly, this is an adventure that catches you and even though you can enjoy playing cooperatively, you can also enjoy it alone, which is why it’s highly recommended.
White Night is a very special game, in which the bases of the most classic survival horror appear surrounded by a noir aesthetic where the anguish that is transmitted by each of its chapters is remarkable, giving shape to a plot well written, strong, engaging and exciting.
Exploring the unexplored we find nothingness. Nihilumbra offers us a variety of puzzles and a good cohesion between the different mechanics, but the challenge that proposes is too simple and won’t satisfy all players. The pessimism of its narrator infects us and we end up seeing the glass half empty.
Framed Collection is really charismatic thanks to its unique puzzles and exquisite presentation. Although its duration and price can repel certain players.
Light Fall is a 2D side-scrolling platform game that will take us to the beautiful world of Numbra. With a fascinating story, a dazzling design, and a splendid sound, Light Fall is a challenge of concentration and ability to totally complete it.
Yoku's Island Express brilliantly combines two genres that a priori seemed difficult to go hand in hand: Pinball and Metroidvania games. And it does it so well that time flies while one has fun exploring the island, mastering the use of the levers, learning new moves and retracing our steps to get extras.
There is no doubt that Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection is one of the best compilations that have ever been made on a saga. Although during these 30 years some more games of the saga have been released and they have been left out of this compilation, both the games and the extras included are great, with the Museum as its greatest exponent.
A great audiovisual production that shows how to make a good FMV and that will be enjoyed both by the fans of the genre and those who aren’t, mostly because of that feeling that our decisions really matter in the continuity of the adventure.
If you want to experience a deep and interesting horror adventure in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, get this little indie without great pretensions but more than entertaining.
Floor Kids is excellent in its visual and sound sections, but mediocre in the ability to captivate through the variety of playable options.
A great little piece that deals with the subject of terror in a very personal way. Stealth, platforms, puzzles and exploration combined in a unique way to create a game that manages to go through the screen and make the player feel tension and at the same time reconnect us with our inner child.
Sometimes the adventure tends to be monotonous. Moreover, it doesn’t have a multiplayer mode. Despite that, the minigames will keep us entertained for a long time and also, it’s really nice that we can see our mii in action as in Miitopia.