Alexa Ray Corriea


43 games reviewed
74.5 average score
80 median score
55.8% of games recommended
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5 / 10 - Yo-Kai Watch 2
Jan 1, 2014

Yo-kai Watch 2 does preserve the quirky tone and charming writing that made the first game so engaging, but its lack of iteration is problematic in that there aren't enough fresh ideas to color its monotonous gameplay.

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8 / 10.0 - Hatoful Boyfriend
Sep 4, 2014

Hatoful Boyfriend makes fun of the dating simulator genre by turning it on its head, making it weird and outrageous. The witty dialogue and absolutely bonkers scenarios are genuinely fun to discover, and the handful of different storylines make repeated playthroughs worthwhile. It's not groundbreaking material, but it's laughable — in a good, entertaining way.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Hyrule Warriors
Sep 16, 2014

Team Ninja and Omega Force have forced Zelda's universe into the confines of a beat-em-up, but much of the charm and appeal was strained out in the process.

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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call adds depth to the best parts of its predecessor

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Nov 16, 2014

Little Big Planet 3's focus on creative expression is underutilized in its story campaign but shines in its level editor.

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Tales from the Borderlands is a beautiful new twist on the Borderlands experience with lovable leads and breathless action sequences.

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Game of Thrones' first episode is a slow-burn beginning to a bloody political thriller with an original cast that shines.

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With the stage setting done, the second episode of Game of Thrones feels like something plucked straight from the source material--gut wrenching, tense, and bloody.

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New time management tools and tweaked battles make Majora's Mask 3D a comfortable fit for Nintendo's handheld.

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Feb 17, 2015

Kirby and the Rainbow Curse oversimplifies its mechanics, making for an experience alternating between frustrating and dull.

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