Review of Some Recently Played Indie Games, Part Two

Continuing the series I have a new batch of playworthy indie games! To make it more scientifical, the framework for game review will be the following:

  • sound
  • video
  • gameplay
  • story
  • bugs
  • movement
  • immersion
  • ties together

Table of Contents

Subnautica

Lala

Dusk

Lala

Brings back old memory Good incentive to continue on the story Some shaky UI controls for loading/saving games Great mechanics

Blasphemous

Good arcade Engaging system special abilities, meh Great story and lore, hard to follow though

Beat

Lala

Celeste

  • Great story, keeps you drawn in
  • Great pixel art
  • Awesome controls, tight as hell, forgiving
  • Perfect amount of features
  • Good intro

The Way

  • Good story line
  • Emotional
  • Difficult enough puzzles, some require paper and pen
  • Beautiful pixel graphics
  • Perfect game length

Rime

  • Good story line
  • Somehow gets easier as u get closer to the end
  • Not too difficult puzzles
  • PC controllers are a bit wibbly

Gods will be watching Hotline Miami Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number Terraria Old Man's Journey The Red Strings Club