D/Generation HD reviews

It's a remake of an Amiga game from the early 90s that somehow manages to make the controls not only worse, but far worse and adds a nice bonus package of bugs that range from really annoying to game-breaking. 

The elements of the original half-decent isometric puzzle action game are still there, but the remake is less "Polished console remake" and more "Trialware you would download from RealArcade in 2005 without even bothering to get through the trial before uninstalling". The most fun part was when a dialogue box got so thoroughly stuck on the screen that I couldn't even get rid of it by going to the main menu, so I had to save and restart the entire game. Multiple times, actually. Half the time the HUD would fail to load, so well done there boys.

If you play this game for 6 hours, 3 will be spent restarting the game or save scumming to try to solve puzzles that require precision movement with a control scheme that has all the precision of some guy having a seizure during the ice capades. Floaty, slippery, really janky and just not particularly satisfying. 
«Buggy as hell»