All 4 game Reviews


dys4ia dys4ia

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Interesting game. It's good that a game with this subject matter is getting good reviews/ratings. Makes me feel a little bit more in touch with humanity. I mean yes, the game might not exactly fit in with the general perceptions of what a game is, but it's certainly not exactly a movie either. I wish people weren't so quick to judge a game based on how it doesn't fit exactly into its medium or genre. These things are subjective/just labels, which are often helpful, but you shouldn't criticise something for not exactly fitting into them.

The one thing I don't really like is the seemingly anti-feminist views. I am of course referring to the "these feminists don't accept me as a woman" thing. I mean maybe I'm wrong, it's your story after all/maybe you weren't specifically bashing feminism, but a particular group of people. But all the feminists I know (and I consider myself one, too) are very supportive towards transgender people.

I'm glad things are working out for you, and hope they continue to get better!


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60 Second Life 60 Second Life

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Wasted concept

I really, really wish the "choices" made in this game had more of a stylistic impact. Why not change the appearance of the man depending on if he prodominantly chose love, hobbies, money etc? Why not change his surroundings or the people/amount of people he's with, too? Why not add some kind of neat passing day and night cycle? I'm sorry but having sentences flash up on the screen such as "Your family misses you" just doesn't make enough impact.

There's so little here that it's hard on what I should even be judging. The only real replay value is in the final messages you see at the end, which would have been a lot more interesting with a more visual accompaniment. Nothing is changed and nothing is different when you die, so all the messages feel pointless. Unless this is some kind of commentary on how everyone ends up the same when they're dead or something like that.

Also, another interesting thing is that I got about 600 more points when I just focussed on getting money, and the message seemed to imply I'd had a more satisfying life, than on my first play through where I attempted to get everything. Strange, though maybe it's cos I just played better the 2nd time?

In summary: it was moderately interesting but it's not something I can ever see myself replaying or revisiting.


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Sexy Protagonist Sexy Protagonist

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

One of my favourite entries just for hilarity

I mean it's so hilarious in every way, just in how broken it is and even the god damn title. You can get past any obstacle by dying and then walking past it in your temporary invincible state. You move so much slower than the running animation. If you press left while running, you'll just continuely moonwalk backwards. If you try to go backwards at any point except right from the start, the camera doesn't even move but your character will continue to proceed. Continuously holding up does a hilarious and static hopping animation.

And then it ends with "You beat the fist level", which is one of the funniest and rewarding completion messages I've ever read. Part of me wants to give this a 10 for how much it made me smile, but I guess I've got to be honest with what it really is.


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AP and C Emulator AP and C Emulator

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A true masterpiece of a game

It's really hard to get Conrad to stay in his cage, but once you get it it's great. Awesome game!


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