I have a strong dislike for vampires, or at least what modern media has turned them into, but can Eipix turn me around on the subject matter? No. Did they try? Yup. I still haven’t changed my mind, though.
Reviewing an Eipix game is always an event because it can go one of two ways. Either I find the game appallingly mediocre or a raging success. Sure, there’s been the odd outlier that fails to fit into my neat categories but for the most part, I tend to be either hugely impressed or massively disappointed. And it doesn’t just vary from franchise to franchise, even within franchises I find them wildly inconsistent. So… the fourth in the Myths of the World franchise, any good?
Another week, another roundup of stuff I never got around to reviewing in full format. This time we’re taking a peek at mostly HOGs but one or two time management games might make the cut! Find out more… BY READING THE POST! Muhahahahaha!
Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy! It’s time for another Eipix game and you know what that means! Time to whip out the looking glass and find every conceivable error in the game… EVER! Yes, the gloves are off for this one. No more Mr. Nice Guy, I gave the last game of theirs a pass so to restore my honor, there’s no WAY this one is getting out safe.
I often question myself as a reviewer. Or critic. Whichever you prefer. It’s partly because when I look at other reviewers, they tend to have pretty different opinions than me. And while it’s easy to chalk that up to them simply being soulless corporate dogs, it’s hard to not also think: Or am I just wrong? Am I being too harsh? Well, this time around I review an Eipix game and take a long, look hard at myself and how I review.