Author Archives: CriticalGamer

Short Plays: Oh h1

Oh h1

Oh hiA sweet and simple little logic puzzle game created by game developer Q42 (mrtnkl). If there’s something that I love most about puzzle games, its their simple game play and minimal-styled design. The latter being my greatest weakness since it’s hard for me to ignore the look.

Genre: Logic, Puzzle

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Valiant Hearts: The Great War

Valiant Hearts Valiant Hearts The Great War, is an amazing, two dimensional animated comic book game with a great mix of puzzle-solving, explorations, and action. This game was created by Ubisoft Entertainment, and was released on June 25, 2014.

Valiant Hearts takes place in the time when World War 1 (The Great War) started. As you play through the game, you’ll be introduced to 4 different main characters, each being playable in the game as you progress further. You can play this game with the gamepad, keyboard, and mouse.

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Tea Party Simulator 2014 – DEMO


If you enjoy playing fun Simulator games, Tea Party Simulator 2014 is for you.

Tea Party Simulator 2014 is developed by Power Up to Maximum who also made Unearthing Colossal. It’s a simulator game with controls similar to Surgeon Simulator and quite reminiscent of AmpuTea, only with a slightly better perspective (like in Surgeon Simulator) so you can’t really make any mistakes in making and pouring your cup of tea. Read the rest of this entry

Critically Honest Review: Dragon Nest

Dragon Nest is area restricted, so do not download any client you see out there in the internet. Currently, it is available in Korea(KDN), China(CDN), Japan(JDN),  North America(NA), and South East Asia(SEA). Download links are provided below:



Japan (jDN)

North America(NA)

South East Asia(SEA)

About Dragon Nest: Dragon Nest is a free Fantasy-MMORPG, third-person action packed adventure game developed by EyeDentity which was first released in Korea in March 2010. By future months, it was released in multiple countries all over the world. It is currently an F2P game(Free to Play).

Genre: Fantasy, Action, Adventure, MMORPG

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About the “Protected” Posts

If, for some reason you find a post that has the word “Protected“; don’t worry, it only takes a few minutes/hours for it to finally be publicly viewed. If you’re wondering why I can’t let you view it yet, it’s because my “Editor” is either busy doing his business, or his laptop/computer just isn’t cooperating with him.

Since I love patient people, here’s a cute little panda video.

Thanks for waiting, and please bear with me.

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Critical Game Review: It Moves

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About It MovesIt Moves is an Indie RPG Horror game released in April 3, 2014, created by SnowOwl. The story is based on the creepypasta Bedtime, written by Michael Whitehouse.

Genre: Adventure, Horror, Puzzle Read the rest of this entry

First Impressions: Lucid9

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About Lucid9: Lucid9 is an independent, click-to-proceed Visual Novel created by the indie group called Fallen Snow Studios. This is the product of an international team of amateur game developers, and the game will come out free under the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND License.

Genre: Mystery, Comedy, Slice-of-Life, and heroine routes heavily focusing on Mystery, Drama and Romance. Read the rest of this entry

Why I Am Doing This

As a fellow veteran gamer in the gaming community, I’ve decided to bring critical reviews into the world in which I was created and born in. I’ve played and seen the flawless, the not-so-flawless, and the mediocre; and since not every gamer is knowledgeable of what they’re playing, they may not enjoy the game fully because of the lack of honesty provided by the ones who advertised the game. In other words: If the game sucks, whatever happens after playing that is just an angry gamer, and angry gamers can be quite critical too. Have no fear when you read my reviews, it shall all be given to you with class, and straight-forward criticism. I write for the enjoyment of the gamer/reader, and I also write for the gamers who may think that the game they’re about to buy is worth it, even when if it’s actually not.

Don't get me started about Infestation: Survivor Stories. (Used to be War Z)

Formerly known as “War Z”, don’t get me started on this yet.

Just remember; as you read my reviews, it still depends on you on whether or not you’ll play the game, so long as you have heeded my warnings, brothers.