Joseph Rositano


29 games reviewed
70.7 average score
70 median score
51.7% of games recommended
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Jul 31, 2020

Catherine: Full Body is an excellent remaster that adds a lot of new content. There’s new difficulty options, new story content, gameplay tweaks and enhancements to the visual presentation. If you’ve been itching to re-enter the world of Catherine or simply missed out on it the first time, then this is without a doubt the definitive version.

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SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated is a quality remaster. It takes a good game, gives it a fresh coat of paint and allows both old and newcomers alike to see what made it an engaging experience in the first place.

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Jul 7, 2020

While the game is supposed to be a calming and relaxing experience, it ends up just being frustrating due to all the repetition. There is some enjoyment to be had if you are a fan of farming games and will be playing this very casually, but otherwise there are better titles available.

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There’s little reason for you not to add 51 Worldwide Games to your collection. The title is an absolute joy to play thanks to the in-depth tutorials, variety of rules for different games and, perhaps most importantly, it saves you the hassle of taking out the physical games that are stored away somewhere in your cupboard.

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Jun 1, 2020

Maneater is an engaging title that will appeal to anyone who aspires to be a murderous shark.

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Unfortunately, the lack of overall content, poor optimisation for the PS4 system, lacklustre AI, repetition and questionable design choices means the title just doesn’t stack up against other shooters on the market.

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While the content within My Hero One’s Justice 2 isn’t bad, there just isn’t a lot in this entry which makes it stand out from the countless other anime fighters.

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Mar 21, 2020

Two Point Hospital is just as crazy and engaging to play on console as it is on PC.

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If you intend to try out all the new content then the asking price of AU$37.50 is worth it, but if you’re strictly only interested in the Cindered Shadows DLC then you may want to rethink the purchase.

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If you’re a hardcore fan who wants to do every last possible mission, level up every character and hasn’t already had their fill with the base game then it’s definetly worth the asking price for the Ultimate upgrade.

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