Dec 15, 2017 Last Updated 3:01 PM, Dec 14, 2017
Serge Gaidamaka

Serge Gaidamaka

Serge likes stealing jokes from Always Sunny and The Office to make himself seem funnier. He moonlights as an IT engineer during the day, but hunts for unknown Twitch streamers to support at night. He would like to thank his cat, Leepka, for her continued love and support.

David Su’s video game musical features a unique playthrough with an award-winning soundtrack. Although short, the game provides a very relaxing experience, embarking on the archer Yi’s journey to save the village. After several playthroughs, I was craving to play more story games with a focus on original music. However, the market for these games is limited, leading me to believe that this could be an excellent platform for more original composers to feature their music in a unique, visual way.

While there are some pitfalls, the Asura: Vengeance expansion packs enough content to satisfy returning players and entice new ones. New game mode adds an addictive alternative to enjoy the game and compete on the leaderboards, and survival mode packs the punch that pushes the expansion over the edge. Though the new additions might not further expand the audience of this title, existing fans of the game and genre will be satisfied with the new content – and even more satisfied with the word: “free.”