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Gabs Tanner's Reviews
This remastered version of Mr. Driller DrillLand is just a fresh coat of paint, but frankly, that's all it needed.
The epitome of good things coming in small packages, Minecraft Dungeons is simple, wholesome fun.
With a friend, there's enough humor in Totally Reliable Delivery Service to keep you laughing. Yet the aimless world, janky controls, and glitchy nature eventually fall flat.
The developers have taken away motion controls, made it a bit more challenging, and added two new modes. Yet, for better or worse, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD plays the same as the original.
Despite a few frustrations, AI: The Somnium Files is one of the most immersive stories I've ever played.
Even Senran Kagura: Peach Ball's delightfully flirtatious take on pinball can't make up for a frustrating lack of content.
Although basic in parts, it's so easy to get addicted to Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists: Ateliers of the New World. Alchemy gives a wonderful twist to the city management gameplay, and everything is so charming that it's easy to get lost in building up the town and watching it grow.
The Caligula Effect: Overdose is so saturated with bland content that the meaningful moments get buried. Attempts to perk things up with a new engine and extra content just end up on top of the pile instead of actually fixing anything.
Death end re;Quest doesn't always hit the nail on the head, but when it does, it's bang on.
Including refreshingly dark descriptions for an otome game, London Detective Mysteria grabs your attention through its narrative and hangs onto it with its beautiful art and the promise of romance.
Atelier Arland Series Deluxe Pack is the ultimate way to experience these Atelier titles, even if there isn't much here to entice returning players.
Depending on your own musical talents, Gal Metal can be cute and satisfying, or dull and frustrating.
My Hero: One's Justice makes up for its lack of depth and emotion by simply being fun to play.
Sure, an enhanced version of a mobile port is bound to disappoint some, but The World Ends With You: Final Remix is a more accessible version of the original that's still an extremely memorable and one-of-a-kind experience.
While providing an enjoyable casual experience, Valthririan Arc: Hero School Story only puts in enough effort for a passing grade.
Little Dragons Café's adorable premise of owning a pet dragon can only distract from the slow pacing and repetitive gameplay for so long.
There's no revolutionary story, gameplay, or graphics here, but Ys: Memories of Celceta is still super satisfying to play through.
While Little Witch Academia: Chamber of Time's repetitive and sometimes dull gameplay is a let-down, you've got to appreciate the amount of heart and detail that's been put into it.
Despite lacking the variety of previous Atelier games, Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings has a happy charm that makes it hard to put down.
Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet may be a good change of pace for fans, but it misses the mark in a few too many places to really recommend to new players.