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Drew Hurley

Mitano

Favorite Games:
  • Final Fantasy VII
  • Persona 4
  • A Link to the Past

230 games reviewed
67.0 average score
70 median score
41.7% of games recommended

Drew Hurley's Reviews

Drew is something of an ubernerd. A hardcore fan of gaming since he was 2 years old, starting on the Amstrad CPC464 with such classics as Dizzy the Egg. He's kept the passion all his life, playing games for most of his waking hours. Also a massive fan of Manga and Anime Drew travels to Japan annually with his wife and son and will except a Taiko challenge in Shinjuku from anyone.
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Oct 6, 2019

This is kind of fun, but there are many other games already that do what it tries to do so much better.

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9 / 10 - Borderlands 3
Sep 26, 2019

Borderlands 3 has been crafted from the ground up with fans of the series in mind.

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For the new generation who never even held a Game Boy (or picked it up in Virtual Console), this is a chance to experience this gaming masterpiece in its best form to date.

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7 / 10 - Oninaki
Aug 21, 2019

Oninaki is a welcomed trip down memory lane to the glory days of Chrono Trigger, fully capturing the nostalgia of the time. However, like Tokyo RPG Factory's previous creations, while there's a lot to enjoy here, the flaws cannot be ignored.

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For a long time now, it's been great to be a Marvel fan, and now Ultimate Alliance 3 is another reason why.

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Developer Brace Yourself Games has knocked this one out of the park, making something that feels like a perfect follow up to their wonderful Crypt of the Necromancer, but also manages to perfectly capture the magic innate to a full, first-party The Legend of Zelda title.

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9 / 10 - Judgment
Jun 22, 2019

The gameplay is massively fun, and there is a positively absurd amount of things to do. For Yakuza fans this is a must buy. For those new to the franchise, this is the perfect opportunity to jump in.

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Jun 19, 2019

New Cinema Labyrinth is wonderful for series fans. For Persona fans waiting on Persona 5 the Royale, this is a great way to fill the gap and is worth the price of admission just to watch the characters from these different games interact together. With so many inside jokes that fans will truly appreciate. Admittedly, the level design could be much better, with the labyrinths themselves a pale comparison to the Etrian Odyssey mazes it mimics. Thankfully, the addictive mapping, Persona-inspired combat, wealth of side-quests and the solid story combine to more than make up for its flaws.

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Jun 1, 2019

Giga Wrecker Alt. is a bit of a mixed bag, and it's hard to see just who would get the most out of it. There are some great elements in here. Some really great ideas. The sad truth is, it's a pretty poor execution of so many promising elements. The flawed controls, combined with the major issues on establishing how and where to progress makes ultimately for a pretty frustrating experience. Not the good type of frustrating, where a roar and a smile inspires a confidence to overcome. The sort of frustration to lead to just wanting to dump the game.

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Jun 1, 2019

Moero Chronicle Hyper definitely has an audience, though it's a very niche one. This sort of dungeon crawler can be massively addictive, and it's always good to see someone have the balls to bring a game like this over from Japan uncensored. That being said, there are lots of things wrong with this. Characters designs are lacking; the levelling and skill unlocking systems are flawed; and the story is utterly bland. Many flawed elements, but for the centre of the Venn diagram where "Pervs," "JRPG fans," Etrian Odyssey dungeon crawling fans, all overlap, there are going to be some absolutely overjoyed gamers.

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