While action-packed shooters and sports sims really get the adrenaline pumping, it’s occasionally nice to just settle down with a more relaxing game. Maybe something like Railway Islands - Puzzle, which wants to create a chilled-out vibe for its railway connecting antics. Will this relatively cheap and minimalistic puzzler deliver a satisfying experience, or is Railway Islands - Puzzle a journey not worth boarding?
While this is a retread, it’s one that doesn’t stick around, understands the original’s faults, and bribes you with 2000 Gamerscore for your troubles. It’s not exactly a poster-quote, but Ballotron Oceans isn’t a complete waste of your time.
It wasn’t too long ago that the original Kingdom Rush debuted on Xbox, some twelve years after its mobile release, but Ironhide Game Studio are back with another instalment. First seen in 2013, Kingdom Rush Frontiers rocks up with a promise of being a devilishly addictive tower defense game. Is Kingdom Rush Frontiers a solid enough offering to withstand the test of time, or will it crumble to the ground with outdated ideas and graphics?