Posts Tagged ‘Local Coop’

Review: Child of Light Ultimate Edition

by Nazih Fareson October 21, 2018
A little project from the Ubisoft Montreal team based on the same engine used for Rayman Origins, Child of Light is an adventure RPG game that was praised when it came out back in 2014 on most major consoles at the time. Now four years later, the team at Ubisoft thought it would be great […]

Review: Overcooked 2

by Nazih Fareson August 13, 2018
After the success of the original Overcooked, Ghost Town Games studios joined hands with Team 17 to bring us the sequel to their iconic cooking game. While the original wasn’t perfect, its couch co-op gameplay turned it into one hell of a party game, and Overcooked 2 was set to continue the great work by […]

Review: INK

by Mazen Abdallahon August 1, 2018
As I mention frequently on here, platformers need a gimmick or a sort of universal selling point. The platforming core remains fairly consistent, but there needs to be a – no pun intended – game changer. In the case of INK, the game changer is the color mechanic. Essentially, you don’t really ‘see’ the level, […]


Review: Aces of the Luftwaffe – Squadron

by Nazih Fareson July 28, 2018
When it comes to video games and other forms of media like movies and books, I love it when stories tell different take on historical events and tales. That’s mainly why I’m a big fan of the Assassin’s Creed series, really dig the Wolfenstein games, and in general enjoy any history-themed or influenced game. Aces […]

Review: Mugsters

by Nazih Fareson July 18, 2018
When I mention Team 17, you probably would think of games like The Escapists or the Worms franchise, but this British based developer has become quite a big studio and publishing house nowadays. After a series of games from their own studio, the amazing Yoku’s Island Express (which we reviewed a while ago) as well as […]

Review: Bleed 2

by Nazih Fareson March 6, 2018
A sequel to Ian Campbell’s original creation, Bleed 2 is a platforming title fused with twin stick shooter elements, that puts forward a fluid and acrobatic gameplay in which a pink haired heroine swirls between enemy fire. So is the sequel faithful to the original game? The story is a continuation of the original Bleed […]


Review: Cuphead

by Nazih Fareson October 5, 2017
Back in the good old days, when I first experienced the world of videogames before making a living out of it, our life revolved around arcades in your local cities. We had to physically go to a place to play a game, on these relic wooden box which had its controls locked in it, and […]