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Gabs Tanner


Favorite Games:
  • Splatoon
  • The Phoenix Wright series
  • Pokémon

88 games reviewed
70.5 average score
70 median score
39.8% of games recommended
Scores 1.0 higher than average

Gabs Tanner's Reviews

Writing has always been my go to device for connecting with the world, while exploring my personal opinions. Meanwhile, being a Critic gives the opportunity to make conversation, through sharing experiences with others. I believe that games are a true entering of worlds and can be an incredible expression of a developers mind, fears, and desires. I wish to share these moments both with those who do not see games as art, and with the people who love games as much as I do. Personal experience as a Game Critic includes writing for the Wales Arts Review, GamersFTW, GabsTannerReviews, and We Got This Covered.
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Even Senran Kagura: Peach Ball's delightfully flirtatious take on pinball can't make up for a frustrating lack of content.

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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.

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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.

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Feb 5, 2019

Death end re;Quest doesn't always hit the nail on the head, but when it does, it's bang on.

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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.

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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.

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Nov 8, 2018

Depending on your own musical talents, Gal Metal can be cute and satisfying, or dull and frustrating.

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My Hero: One's Justice makes up for its lack of depth and emotion by simply being fun to play.

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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.

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While providing an enjoyable casual experience, Valthririan Arc: Hero School Story only puts in enough effort for a passing grade.

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Aug 23, 2018

Little Dragons Café's adorable premise of owning a pet dragon can only distract from the slow pacing and repetitive gameplay for so long.

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There's no revolutionary story, gameplay, or graphics here, but Ys: Memories of Celceta is still super satisfying to play through.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Jan 23, 2018

A short but thought-provoking story with interesting moral choices to make and enough player engagement to keep you involved.

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Yomawari: Midnight Shadows puts cute girls in a dark soundscape to create a wonderfully unnerving experience.

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Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash adds some fun to the shooter genre while dishing out bucket loads of fan service.

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Aug 30, 2017

Ys SEVEN's simplicity in its story and gameplay helps to make it fun and addictive.

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The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel is smothered in detail which creates a living, breathing world at the cost of some story and character development.

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