Stitchy in Tooki Trouble
Side-scrolling platformer games have made a bit of a comeback in recent years, but Stitchy in Tooki Trouble isn’t one that supports this comeback. Despite being a nice gateway into the genre for younger players, a lack of originality and difficulty along with a floaty jump hold the game back. In our review, we noted that “the reliance on emulating elements of the DK series takes away any individuality of the game.”
Tasomachi: Behind the Twilight
Tasomachi is an adventure title with a focus on collectibles and minor platforming. Despite the pleasing aesthetic, Tasomachi was too shallow of a title to mark its spot among the best of the month. In our review, we found that “while the game has a strong base, more could have been done to make it feel more like a game and less of a demo.”
Demon Skin is a hack n’ slash title with unique combat elements, RPG mechanics, and fighting game mechanics. While this sounds decent on paper, awful controls combined with boring gameplay and poor writing/voice acting put the game among the worst of the month. In our review, it was pointed out that “this story honestly feels like something written by an edgy teenage boy.”
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