Deadliest Catch: The Game is dull, hard to operate and looks awful. Most importantly, the way that the controls operate manage to suck what little fun going crabbing has out of the game. The result is a mess that you would do well to avoid.
Jurassic Pinball offers up a depressingly bland pinball table with almost no redeeming features. Aside from the fact that the delays and dodgy physics are such that your turns will be over very quickly.
We have to implore you not to buy Joy Ball Adventure. It’s unfinishable, bugged to the point of impassibility on Level 14. What little we played was good, particularly for that low price, but you can experience an actual, working version of it by buying Kid Ball Adventure instead. It has the novelty of actually being playable.
Mechapunk doesn’t feel like a game so much as a performance art piece – one that proves that capitalism is as two-dimensional as the things we aspire to enjoy, maybe? There’s plenty of space to conjure up a metaphor that excuses this mess – “what room!” indeed.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died way back in 1791, but his legacy as a composer continues to live on and now, would you believe it, he’s even the protagonist of a point and click adventure. Indeed, Mozart Requiem has emerged, which is actually a revamp of the scarcely released title Mozart: The Conspirators of Prague from 2009. Is it a classic deserving of preservation, or does Mozart Requiem deliver a performance to forget?