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Lexuzze Tablante

Cebu City, Philippines
Psych_SiruS
lgnpsych

Favorite Games:
  • Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
  • Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
  • Killzone 2

108 games reviewed
79.1 average score
80 median score
70.4% of games recommended

Lexuzze Tablante's Reviews

Live life at its fullest. In the corners of the game lobby, Lex stares at the most wonderful thing in the world: video-games.
2.5 / 10.0 - Troll and I
Mar 25, 2017

I was greatly disappointed with Troll and I, this is why we should not expect too much. It saddens me.

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3.9 / 10.0 - 60 Seconds!
Jun 3, 2015

Between good and horrible, 60 Seconds! is almost horrible. The gameplay and dialogue is repetitive, horrible and buggy controls, and annoying glass-breaking sounds make your whole first 60 seconds of playthrough a waste of your time.

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Apr 29, 2020

I enjoyed Predator: Hunting Grounds, no doubt, but the glaring issues it has as an overall package is difficult to ignore. This would have been a great game if it had a single-player campaign. Do you know what would have been an awesome 4v1? Ridley Scott’s Alien.

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4 / 10.0 - Demon's Crystals
May 22, 2017

Demon’s Crystal is another flawed twin-stick shooter and is not even worth your time at all if you want to play this alone. The local multiplayer experience has shed some little hope in Demon’s Crystals, but the lack of online feature makes the game unconvincing unless if you like on-the-couch experience with friends.

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But even with the admittedly enjoyable boss fights, all the letdowns of Mutants in Manhattan gave me an impression that this was just another rushed game. The mechanics were simple to understand; but it surely lacked the local co-op mode, and missing the satisfying achievement that each hack n’ slash / beat ‘em up game should always have.

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Sep 12, 2020

Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey will give the survival experience to you lightly. It punishes you for being careless, but even more when you go back to the beginning and re-do the same thing all over and over again. Initially, you’ll feel rewarded for learning the game, but it disappointingly ends up in repetition and you’ll eventually just close the game and call it quits for mankind’s evolution.

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Feb 16, 2021

Destruction AllStars can be memorable but it’s not one of those exclusive launch games that would make an impact. I’m afraid that with the content Destruction AllStars has to offer, it will not be enough for players to stay and play for a long time, the game needs more horsepower to convince PS5 owners to buy it after it’s out of PlayStation Plus. We might see another live-service game going downhill in just a few months especially with the price-tag of $69.99. Until this becomes free-to-play, I don’t see the game living beyond a year with a decent amount of players behind the steering wheel.

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Jul 12, 2017

I loved the main chapters, but this one was just literally little. While the chase sequences were fun and exciting, it wasn’t the quality I was hoping to get from the DLC. It was a bit shallow, and the direction of this staggered content is a horrible idea if the next 2 chapters will be as short as this.

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Skylar & Plux misses a lot of great opportunities that would have made the game great and appeal to most platformer lovers out there, but I do recognize the effort of Right Nice Games for this decent 3D platformer.

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Telltale’s Batman season finale, City Of Light, didn’t leave a memorable mark that I was hoping to have like how The Walking Dead and Tales from the Borderlands did. Telltale didn’t impress me this time with their first season finale of Batman, and I hope that Season 2 will be different especially with the Joker coming in.

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Sep 16, 2016

This episode felt more similar to Episode: Paris and there’s nothing new from what I’ve experienced so far in this series. Aside from the minor glitches and how bland the episode is, we are yet to see what Hitman has to offer in the USA and Japan episodes.

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I did have some fun and enjoyable moments. Although, Ghost Recon Wildlands had potential but it didn’t manage to keep up with the standards of open-world games similar to Watch_Dogs 2 and Grand Theft Auto V. It has too many setbacks that prevents the game from reaching its true potential.

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Aug 23, 2021

I haven’t had enough fun in coop games until I’ve played Aliens: Fireteam Elite. Sure, it isn’t spectacular, some may even call it “boring”, but the time I have spent playing the game as a fan of the franchise and as someone who loves shooters definitely made the game enjoyable despite the complaints I had.

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6.5 / 10.0 - The Ascent
Jul 29, 2021

There’s just a lot of technical restraints that drag The Ascent down, and I do praise Neon Giant’s hard work they’ve put into the game, but it’s difficult for me to recommend a title that’s so unpolished when you want to play the game on couch co-op. However, if you’re up for instant, fluid twin-stick shooting gunplay with easy-to-grasp mechanics and a massive arsenal of weapons, and a game that accurately evokes the cyberpunk theme then The Ascent is undoubtedly a game that may be worth your time regardless of the technical issues it has.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Oddworld: Soulstorm
May 3, 2021

Oddworld: Soulstorm may not exceed your expectations, but it’s a nice reimagining of Abe’s Exodus. There’s a couple of hindrances like the throwing and stealth mechanics, but that doesn’t overshadow Oddworld: Soulstorm good feats like challenging levels, its nice visuals on PS5, and its amusing sets of characters.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Anthem
Mar 1, 2019

Anthem is far from perfect, it’s covered with numerous technical issues and server problems, and its narrative can be a long stretch to understand. Regardless of its issues, Anthem’s world can still keep you engaged with tons of activities to do, combat is enjoyable, helping low level players can give you awesome rewards, and its exhilarating flight mechanics is something that must be experienced. Overall, Anthem is still a fun game to play, especially with your friends

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Jun 16, 2017

Cars 3: Driven to Win does have its own merits and can be enjoyed for a short amount of time when playing it alone, and playing it with friends is worthwhile. With the lack of online features, it gets boring and dull and repetitive all throughout when you’ve finished all Skills Check challenges and defeated all 4 bosses. I’d say, Cars 2: The Video Game is still the best one in the series despite it rejecting online play.

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Apr 6, 2017

If you already owned Halo Wars on the Xbox 360 and you own an Xbox One, there is nothing much to justify for buying the Ultimate Edition of Halo Wars 2 if you’re not into the multiplayer side. The improvements weren’t major, it’s technically the same game from the Xbox 360. It was a nice experience gameplay wise, but the story and character development were just disappointing.

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Nov 13, 2016

The straightforward and flat story of Robinson is quite expected especially in most VR games anyway. Nobody can simply put 8 hours in a whole VR experience because of the motion sickness problem. But adding that aside, Robinson: The Journey did allure me enough with its visuals and adorable characters, and its thrilling up-close experience with dinosaurs, but not enough to make me replay the whole game from the beginning for a second time.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Eagle Flight
Nov 28, 2016

Eagle Flight has achieved what some other VR games couldn’t, and that’s fluidness of its gameplay and experience. I didn’t experience motion sickness, fortunately. Looting for feathers and fishes can be reasons to get back into the wings of an eagle, but it’s not enough to make replayability last.

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