Shantae is back in Shantae Half-Genie Hero and it is clearly a game which deserves your attention if you like good old platformers. Contrary to the previous episodes whose art style was faithful to the 16-Bit era, this new adventure has decided to drop the pixelated visuals, but to keep them just as colorful as before thankfully. It is now available on PS4, Playstation Vita, PC, Xbox One and Wii U we've been having a lot of fun playing so far. Thanks to Shantae's many unlockable transformations, not only can you progress into the story, but you can also do some backtracking to access previously unreachable areas, which all contain various bonuses (new powers, hearts, gallery keys etc.). If you're looking for a new game to play this end of year, look no further, Half-Genie Hero is just what you need.
@KORNdog: Yeah, really great story. Also, make sure to replay a second time, the enhanced edition has much more elements and story for the second playthrough. It's worth it. (1 Hour ago)
Quite frankly, I'm excited for the StarCraft Remaster. I haven't played the original in years, and even though my brother has the CDs - and DLCs - it's very old game design wise. (1 Hour ago)
That oxenfree story is going to be sticking with me for a while. Damn... (1 Hour ago)
@GriftGFX: Absolutely. It generates good PR. EA does it with the "Free on the House" games. And Ubisoft did it with the "Ubi30" games. Still, it's generous to allow people to play these games for free (1 Hour ago)