Hello. I am an aspiring game developer from Sweden. I will use this page to criticise and share my own Lame Games.
I will also post images and texts etc. that I find interesting or created myself. If I post a piece of work not made by me I'll do my best to find a source, which isn't always an easy task, so please bear with me. Anyways, I hope you'll find my blog enjoyable, and don't be afraid to message me if you have a question or a suggestion for a really lame game I can criticise.
David Cage is sadly not a good writer at all, and his recent games are outright terrible in the writing department. However, this one game, released in 1999, might be a different story. I’ve yet to try it myself, but the premise sounds awfully interesting.
So glad I’m not the only one who thinks David Cage is mediocre. Heavy Rain was fine, it’s just Beyond that I’m looking at. I’m prepared to be hung and quartered for saying this but the majority of it was complete shit in my opinion because of how much the plot zigzagged around. (not because of the weird order of things, it’s just the abundance of events that are unnecessary in the end.)
Nah mate, you’re completely right. The story is utter shit from the get go and just serves to satisfy Cage’s Ellen Paige fetish. It’s filled with so much non sequitirs it stops being amusing.
Made by a guy, all on his own. Takes place in the year 2030. If you need a cyberpunk freeware game I’d recommend this, it has more than a few glitches sadly, which I blame on the framework used (Multimedia Fusion). It’s played from an isometric perspective and you undertake various missions for various factions. Between missions you get a chance to visit your apartment and the immediate area around it, which has gunshops and software brokers et cetera. The software thing is a nice touch, it basically allows you to upgrade your hacking gear with various additions.
I haven’t played this game enough to give a complete “review” of it but it is definitely worth looking at if you’re into Cyberpunk and hacking.
I found this game through a magazine, it’s a cyberpunk game about hacking and stuff, played from an isometric perspective. Elements include hacking and shooting, as well as some social interaction which is in my opinion really good. I haven’t played it too much yet, but it was a bit “love at first sight”. You play a sort of freelancing merc in the year of 2030, after megacorporations took control of the world. After the weekend I’m gonna post a lot of media of it.