Anne Zarnecke

Luigi’s Mansion 3 Review now online

Luigi's Mansion 3 Anne Zarnecke

Luigi’s Mansion 3 Review now online For Techstage I climbed into Nintendo’s haunted hotel and had a lot of fun sucking in some ghosts. 03/12/2020 I started playing Luigi’s Mansion 3 when it came out last year, but the usual game overload stopped me from continuing my hotel tour. Which is why I am glad […]

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Review now online

Animal crossing Anne Zarnecke

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Review now online For TechStage I reviewed Nintendos newest title from the idyllic franchise which I loved since I was a little kid. 17/11/2020 I recently started working for TechStage, a German tech-based Website, where I review the most popular games for the Switch. The first game I reviewed was Animal […]

New World Preview now online

New World MMO Anne Zarnecke

New World Preview now online Thanks to Gamereactor I’ve had the chance to preview New World, Amazon Studio’s upcoming MMO. As someone not particularly interested in PvP content I wasn’t sure how I would feel about the game. Turns out: Playing in a match with 100 players, defending a fort and muskets are real fun! […]

Sea of Solitude Review now online

Sea of Solitude Anne Zarnecke

Sea of Solitude Review now online My review for Sea of Solitude just got published! I was really excited to play the game. Not only because it is developed by a Berlin based studio, but also because the style really resonated with me since the first time I saw the game. It is a very […]

The Sinking City Review now online

The Sinking City Annne Zarnecke

The Sinking City Review now online I’m always really excited when I hear an announcement about games that play (or are inspired by) the Lovecraft universe, so I was excited to play The Sinking City as soon as it was announced. Unfortunately it wasn’t the kind of experience I was hoping for in a Lovecraftian […]

A Plague Tale: Innocence Review now online

A Plague Tale Anne Zarnecke

A Plague Tale: Innocence My review for Asobo Studio’s A Plague Tale: Innocence got published yesterday on the german Gamereactor site. It is pretty rare to see game mechanics that work so perfectly together with the rest of the game, the developers did an amazing job creating the rat crowding system and using that throughout […]

Call of Cthulhu Review now online

Call of Cthulhu Anne Zarnecke

Hey! this is just a quick post to let you know that my review for Cyanide Studios‘ Call of Cthulhu is now online at Gamereactor Germany. I’ve really enjoyed the lovecraftian atmosphere and how they managed to put the human psyche (and the destruction of it) in focus gameplay-wise. If you want to read more […]