Broforce: Freedom Simulator

This game plays like a pixelated Expendables movie. Nonstop action, explosion and bullets. Broforce is a pixel graphic action game with a humongous cast of characters. The basis of the game is that you are a badass bro on the way to liberate (or completely demolish) Vietnam. The characters I the game are parodies off classic action heroes like Rambo, Neo and Conan. Throughout the game you quickly jump back and forth while the entire world burns and explodes around you. I must say it is pretty simple but a whole lot of fun.

It's gonna shoot me isn't it?

Helicopter Fun

The game is still in Alpha / Early Access on steam, but it is definitely full of quality content already. The producers are updating the game slowly but steadily (nice to see progress on an Early Access game). The game has sever local co-op game modes that are a bunch of fun, but the multiplayer (as of now) only allows the arcade campaign to be played. I am sure this will be improved in an upcoming update.

It belongs in a museum!

RUN!

Hopefully there is no glass

Boom

I can't even find my character right now...

More BOOM

 
Overall this game feels good. The iconic character parodies, the exploding map, and the sheer ridiculousness makes this game a solid choice for your next couch co-op play session.

 RATING: B+
(I want more, Still in Alpha, More fun than it should be)

Cheers,

Hara

A Renewed Vow

I think I have a problem… There I said it.

With the current state of PC gaming, owning more games than should be socially acceptable is a breeze. My steam list is full of titles that I bought for less than five dollars. I mean Bioshock is in a BUNDLE?! Who cares if I own it on another platform already, IT IS SO CHEAP. This Pokémon “got to have them all” mentality has led to a new kind of problem for me.

When I was young, getting a new game was a rare occurrence. A new game for the N64 would last me at least a month of play time, in most cases even longer (damn water temple). But, nowadays, I rarely have a week before some new game goes on sale and I lose interest in my old game. My steams list is plagued by half-finished and never played games. And I am ashamed. Oh, the shame. Thought of changing my name, but oh well Hakuna Matata.

Disney jokes aside, I have come up with a mid-year resolution. I am going to embark on an epic journey to beat every single game I own. And if that wasn’t enough, I will be writing regularly with my progress, my play and my reviews.

 

I am definitely excited and I hope you guys enjoy it.

Cheers,

Hara