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TOHU Game Review - A Soothing and Colorful Point'n Click

After the very stealthy Spirit Roots , a small platformer intended for mobile devices and also the studio's first game, Fireart Games gave birth on January 28, 2021, to TOHU . Still in 2D, exit the platforms and this time move on to the point'n click adventure, wishing to keep a cute and colorful paw. Sold for a cheap price, the indie title published by The Irregular Corporation is available in dematerialized form on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC, which is a step forward for developers with regard to their previous creation. Does this extra step translate into success? This is what we will see together. I tested TOHU version 1.01 on PlayStation 4 Pro (rated version 0.99 on the title screen). The adventure was over after 6-7 hours of play. Planet fish alert On one of the many fish-shaped planets of an unusual galaxy, a mysterious threat arrives and sows destruction. In order to save the place and its inhabitants from dawning danger, a little girl and her rob

Dead By Daylight Review: An Intense And Bloody Manhunt

After a somewhat mixed Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade , the Behavior Interactive studio returns to us in great shape with an atypical game mixing slasher and infiltration and responding to the sweet name of Dead by Daylight . Released on Steam on June 14, 2016, the title quickly became popular, especially thanks to streamers who immediately felt its entertaining potential. A bit like a Friday the 13th, the game invites us to play as a survivor or a killer, on a morbid ride under the gaze of a mysterious entity. But even if the title reminds us of the horror movies we sneaked on our parents' VCR, it's with the controller in hand and headphones on that the experience is meant to be complete. But is she really? This is what we will find out together. In its concept, Dead by Daylight offers us an asymmetrical gameplay in 4v1 as we had already proposed Evolve in 2015. However here, the survivors will have to survive a gigantic manhunt orchestrated by an entity of which we ultim

Super Meat Boy Forever Review

The first Super Meat Boy is considered a cult game. Released in 2010 by the Edmund McMillen / Tommy Refenes duet under the “Team Meat” banner, it accompanied the explosion of independent titles, following on from creations like Braid and Castle Crashers . It is unmistakably recognized for its undeniable playing qualities, but also for his iconic status, thanks to his critical and commercial success as well as his appearance in the documentary "Indie Game: The Movie". Anyway, Super Meat Boy is a big chunk. Does his sequel, named “Forever” manage to pick up the torch, despite the departure of Edmund McMillen along the way? The most important first: Super Meat Boy Forever is very different from the original installment and will inevitably disappoint those looking for a faithful sequel, which would take all the cogs imagined by Team Meat at the end of the 2010s. This doesn't make it a bad game (though far from perfect), but you have to be aware of it before you go to the

League of Legends: Wild Rift Review - The Rift in the Pocket iOS Android

Announced during the 10th anniversary of League of Legends, Wild Rift promised to deliver the LoL experience on mobile as faithfully as possible. After gradual deployment around the world, the beta of this take-anywhere rift is finally available for us. Does Wild Rift capture and capture the essence of League of Legends ? Obviously, it was impossible for the Riot Games teams to outright port a LoL density MOBA to mobile. Designed for the keyboard-mouse combo, this arena game whose games regularly reach 45 minutes had to be revamped from A to Z to be relevant on our phones. To say the least, the challenge was met with flying colors. The foundations of this competitive game remain unchanged. Two teams of 5 players compete on a map consisting of 3 lanes and a jungle. Participants must destroy the opposing defensive towers, opening the way to the nexus which when destroyed offers victory. They can also control various neutral objectives granting significant bonuses to the team that mana

Age of Empires 3 Definitive Edition Review: the RTS master is back

After offering players a remaster of the first two installments of its famous franchise, Microsoft is now tackling the episode most loved by fans. A great classic reworked and enriched to the fan's delights of the genre. Tackling one of the gaming business’s most popular RTS is no small feat. Released in 2005, Age of Empires 3 was able to convince with improved gameplay, very impressive graphics, and rather substantial content. A recipe that obviously hit the mark, and which today makes Age of Empires 3 a reference in the game industry. A monster such as AoE 3, deserved a remaster worthy of the name. It is clear that like the first two parts, the work done on this third episode is impressive. With updated graphics and new game modes and civilizations, this Definitive Edition pays a magnificent tribute to the original title. If the title displays such good improvements and very substantial content, the fact remains that it remains very accessible, and especially to smaller markets

Genshin Impact Review: The Free-To-Play RPG With Disproportionate Ambition

A real tidal wave with more than 17 million downloads in the span of 4 days on mobile devices alone, Genshin Impact is making a lot of noise. Normally abused for its flagrant similarities with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, miHoYo's free-to-play RPG still has its share of detractors. After several dozen hours of play, so I will give you my opinion on the most ambitious Gatcha in China. It is rather rare that the terms AAA and Gatcha are associated. Yet 300 people and $ 100 million have been invested in this ambitious project. The least we can say is that it is felt, but above all, it is visible. After a quickly dispatched introduction, the player is unleashed on plains stretching as far as the eye can see. Unfortunately, the PS4 version of this RPG shows regular drops in the framerate. Strangely, these drops do not seem to be caused by the overload of screen elements and occur randomly. Hopefully, future patches help bring more stability to the Sony console experience. O

The Top 20 Of The Best Games For Android Ever

Have you just bought your new mobile phone or tablet equipped with the latest version of the Android operating system? And there you say to yourself, Are there many games available out there for this platform? It is well known since apart from the different apps, which you can download from sites like GooglePlay, or from Microsoft Store, you should also know that these new devices are used extensively for playing video games. Plus, there you can easily find these games of all kinds, and even for all ages. In this post, I have listed for you, a Top 20 of the best Andro√ęd games to get your hands on. Whether you like 2D, 3D, side-scrolling, FPS, MMO, RPG, management games, strategy games, and so on, gamers will be happy to learn that there is no shortage of choice. So let's start immediately by discovering these 20 games for the android platform, which I consider to be the best games actually available to the consumer. So fasten your seat belts, we're getting started right away. B