'Infectonator 3: Apocalypse' is certainly a Flash game brought to Steam. It keeps the simple fun gameplay of the original, but doesn’t have the meat expected of a Steam release. The game costs $13, and adds nothing to the experience to make it worth that price tag. The only thing that might be considered an “addition” from the Flash originals is added length, which serves to highlight how repetitive and shallow the gameplay actually is. Add on barely passable presentation and embarrassing jokes, and the game lacks the life of the original games. If you want to experience the Flash originals again, just go and play the originals.
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‘Ni No Kuni II’ is an absolutely incredible JRPG. It doesn’t revolutionize the genre, but does it so well that few other games can come close. The world is beautiful, the characters are likable, and the combat is some of the best in the genre. This is easily one of the best JRPGs of the past decade and, if it wasn't for Persona 5, it might be the best. If you loved the first game, love JRPGs, or even just love fun action-based gameplay, this game is highly recommended.