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Elisha Deogracias


Favorite Games:
  • We Love Katamari
  • Elite Beat Agents
  • Trauma Team

139 games reviewed
69.4 average score
75 median score
39.6% of games recommended

Elisha Deogracias's Reviews

I'm a big fan of weird and niche video games! I grew up on DDR, Katamari Damacy, Elite Beat Agents, and Trauma Center, so you know I'm a pretty fun rhythm agent doctor (just kidding.) I dabble in freelance, so if you want someone to help out with a script or story for a gaming project or need something reviewed, let me know! You can follow me on Examiner or Twitter to keep up with my sporadically updated pages. May be a kid or a squid.
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I Love You Colonel Sanders! A Finger Lickin' Good Dating Simulator is fun for a free laugh, but will bore visual novel veterans with its one-note supporting cast. Stay for the art style, but feel free to grab your chicken to go if you're in a hurry for something else.

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40 / 100 - Detective Dolittle
Sep 30, 2019

If you want to kill an hour with a serviceable mystery game, Doctor Dolittle could be up your alley. While it does serve up a nice pixel art style and an admittedly charming premise, it botches the execution with its terrible translation and simplistic logic.

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75 / 100 - PictoQuest
Aug 30, 2019

If you're looking for a fun Picross title to play for an affordable price, PictoQuest has got you covered. While a bit too overbearing with its action elements, the new mechanics and tried-and-true Picross puzzles are sure to engage beginners and veterans alike.

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Aug 30, 2019

Whipseey and the Lost Atlas shows promise with its cute art style and nice soundtrack, but without longer levels or collectibles to encourage replay value, the minor annoyances that drag this game down are all the more apparent. If you have a few bucks to blow, you can try it out, but otherwise just stay away.

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25 / 100 - Super Wiloo Demake
Aug 15, 2019

In the wake of the Vita's official death, there are few titles to look forward to: Super Wiloo Demake is not one of them. With clumsy controls, uninteresting art style, and an overall sense of generic settings, this is a game you should definitely skip unless you really want that trophy.

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Jul 22, 2019

Lethal League Blaze is an excellent game for the competitive crowd, but it's a bit hard to recommend on the Switch over other versions. The eccentric character designs, great soundtrack, and blazing-fast gameplay are charming, but the performance issues and online gripes means this version falls short from being a masterpiece

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60 / 100 - Type:Rider
Jul 9, 2019

If you ever wanted to learn about your favorite fonts, Type:Rider gives you more information than you needed to know. While an uneven platformer that struggles with you from beginning to end, it's a serviceable romp for those that want a slightly relaxing game to play in these summer months.

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60 / 100 - Gato Roboto
Jul 4, 2019

Gato Roboto has some wonderful aesthetic choices and innovative boss fights, but the awfully short length and generic enemy design hamper an otherwise quirky title.

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80 / 100 - Dandy Dungeon
Jun 25, 2019

While a little reliant on grinding near the end, Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada is a delightful little tongue-in-cheek RPG with a little heart and a lot of laughs. Its simple yet engrossing gameplay system mixed with fun puzzle mechanics and cute presentation make this a wonderful Switch title to play on the go.

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85 / 100 - Samurai Shodown
Jun 24, 2019

Featuring an eclectic cast of characters and some over-the-top gore, Samurai Shodown is a wonderful reimagining of the classic fighting series. The strategic gameplay and wonderful balance of risk and reward make this game a fine addition to the current generation of fighting games.

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