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DOOM Review: Scuffing the luster of a franchise

In Synzer's review, he really punctuates on what it is about DOOM that gives us the classic take on first person shooters.I feel that while there is nostalgia to be reached, this is the game's biggest error.

Give Poi a Shot If You Need Your Collectathon Fix NOW

Developed by PolyKid, Poi is an indie action-adventure platformer, that takes many cues from games such as Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong 64, throwing players into bright and colourful worlds, each with their own aesthetics.The game revolves around two characters on a quest to uncover the mysteries of the Milky Way Globe.

Yooka-Laylee Review: You Would Swear Collectathons Never Died

Everyone has different expectations of any game, and in the case of an older-style mascot platformer like Yooka-Laylee, those expectations are likely in line with your experiences with N64-era games like Banjo-Kazooie.Much of the game does in fact allow you to play the way you would like.

Yooka-Laylee: Mollycool Locations Guide

The Mollycool's use is more direct than the others -- granting a special transformation via Dr.Each world's transformation is different and opens up objectives or areas you wouldn't be able to explore otherwise.

Behind the Lens, Why Camera Angles Are So Important in Platformers

Take Yooka-Laylee for instance, the game has plenty of good to offer, but it's guilty on more than one occasion of forcing bad viewpoints on a player during its more harrowing platforming sequences.There’s no reason for these issues to exist in an age where free-roaming cameras that are dynamically adjustable should exist.

Unbox: Newbie's Adventure Review -- Fun With Boxes

This particular game also features no cartoonish humans, anthropomorphic reptiles, marsupials, or sentient magical gloves.Well, Unbox: Newbie's Adventure has the answer you're looking for.