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Spencer Legacy

Winnipeg
AceBonanza

Favorite Games:
  • Final Fantasy VII
  • Earthbound
  • Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

146 games reviewed
76.1 average score
80 median score
54.1% of games recommended
Scores 4.1 higher than average

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Spencer Legacy's Reviews

I'm a Canadian Editor who plays video games like they're going out of style. My favourite genres are RPGs, Adventure Games, Fighting Games, and Platformers.
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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy

Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission is an addictive card game that is absolutely full of content on all sides. Though it has a few minor problems that halt the pace of progression, the volume of ridiculous fanservice and deep mechanics make World Mission a treat for both card game fans and Dragon Ball fans.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Mar 15, 2019

One Piece: World Seeker is a great action game that perfectly encapsulates the feeling of adventure that its source material so lovingly presents. There are some minor technical flaws and somewhat imbalanced combat, but World Seeker is so fun that you’ll hardly notice these issues. It took a while, but World Seeker is the ultimate One Piece game.

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MonsterVine
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2 / 5 - Left Alive
Mar 12, 2019

Left Alive is a boring mess that succeeds as neither a stealth game or a third-person shooter.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Feb 28, 2019

Back in the Groove is a triumphant return for Toejam & Earl, boasting an upgraded take on the gameplay and atmosphere that made the original game so fresh. It has some issues with its framerate, but that can’t stop Toejam & Earl: Back in the Groove from being an overall excellent and wonderfully weird roguelike.

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MonsterVine
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3 / 5.0 - JUMP FORCE
Feb 22, 2019

Jump Force is an unfortunately messy anime fighter that doesn’t quite nail style or substance. While the gameplay can be fun for short periods at a time, the painfully rushed story and awful visuals make it difficult to recommend Jump Force to any but the most dedicated Jump fans

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Feb 15, 2019

Kingdom Hearts III is a difficult game to review. It does a lot of things right, from its excellent gameplay to its breadth of content. It also stumbles here and there, with some strange narrative choices and lack of Final Fantasy. It’s a great game overall, but it’s easy to see that it could have been something greater.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Jan 17, 2019

Travis Strikes Again is an oddity, to say the least. Sometimes, it can be a lot of fun, but at other times, it can be a repetitive drag. The characters and writing are fantastic, but the game’s tendency to flip between different gameplay styles makes its quality inconsistent.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Jan 8, 2019

Overall, PUBG is a fun battle royale that uses tension and planning to its advantage. This can often lead to long stretches of monotony, which will make even the most patient man squirm, but it feels worth it when you finally get towards the end of a round.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Dec 19, 2018

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is, overall, the definitive Smash Bros. experience.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Dec 6, 2018

Spying on your neighbours and rummaging through their belongings has never been as fun and stressful as it is in Beholder: Complete Edition. The game has some minor blemishes when it comes to tasks and time limits, but the Complete Edition of Beholder is still an incredibly unique and enjoyable totalitarian experience.

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MonsterVine
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3 / 5 - Ride 3
Dec 4, 2018

It doesn’t do very much to stand out, but it doesn’t have any major issues either, making it a perfectly alright game.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Nov 30, 2018

Though they don’t have the fleshed-out story of Persona 4: Dancing All Night, both Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight are incredibly fun rhythm games with killer soundtracks.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Nov 30, 2018

Persona 4 Dancing All Night is a shockingly good sequel to Persona 4 and its fighting game spin-offs.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Nov 22, 2018

For both nostalgic fans and series newbies alike, the Spyro: Reignited Collection is a fantastic way to play through three classic PS1 platformer/collect-a-thons.

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MonsterVine
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If you haven’t played Rondo of Blood or Symphony of the Night, or want to get into the Castlevania series, or even if you just want to replay some classic masterpieces, Requiem is a great way to do so.

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MonsterVine
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4 / 5.0 - Call of Cthulhu
Nov 1, 2018

I haven’t played many games as subtly frightening as Call of Cthulhu, which mostly succeeds as a horror game and a thoroughly enjoyable story. Outside of some shoddy stealth segments and muddy visuals, Call of Cthulhu is a deep and enjoyably crazy ride on the Lovecraftian side.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Oct 31, 2018

Taking cues from Lego Incredibles and Marvel Super Heroes 2, Lego DC Super Villains is another Lego game that makes minor improvements to the familiar, accessible, and fun Lego formula, even if it could use a couple touch-ups.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Oct 24, 2018

It isn’t complex or ground-breaking, but My Hero: One’s Justice is a ton of over-the-top anime fighting fun. The abundance of single-player content and unlockables will keep players busy for quite some time, and the incredibly accurate visual style and fun gameplay make One’s Justice worth checking out.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
4 / 5.0 - SoulCalibur VI
Oct 23, 2018

SoulCalibur VI is a blast to play on your own or with others, as it largely improves upon the best parts of the SoulCalibur series.

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MonsterVine
Spencer Legacy
Oct 11, 2018

It isn’t quite as top-notch as one of the recent Yakuza titles, but Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise is still an overall enjoyable brawler.

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