Karl Koebke


18 games reviewed
16.7% of games recommended
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Mar 13, 2017

Night in the Woods succeeds in placing completely believable characters in insane situations while keeping them grounded.

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Dec 6, 2015

Not everything that has been added is brilliant, but it successfully builds upon the already excellent main game which makes it easy to recommend.

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Oct 4, 2015

Disgaea 5 is not the obvious revolution for the series that its predecessor Disgaea 4 was from a graphical standpoint, but it does feature meaningful evolution of the series' gameplay.

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Unscored - Until Dawn
Aug 30, 2015

The multi-character adventure style of gaming that was spearheaded by Heavy Rain is a perfect fit for the slasher/horror genre, and few games, or media experiences in general, are as intense.

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Unscored - Galak-Z
Aug 17, 2015

Hopefully the highly hinted at sequel will shore up some of GALAK-Z's weaknesses - namely lack of narrative closure and an unrefined difficulty curve - and I'll be able to more wholeheartedly recommended it.

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Unscored - Rocket League
Jul 14, 2015

For as fantastic as Rocket League can be, it's a tough road to tread, and the higher-than-standard price could be all for naught if you don't tough it out and eventually come to appreciate it in all its glory.

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Unscored - Nom Nom Galaxy
May 25, 2015

Nom Nom Galaxy certainly isn't perfect, but it's hard to be too disappointed in a game that is so adept in two areas I'm particularly fond of in gaming - crafting and base building.

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Unscored - Titan Souls
Apr 16, 2015

I can't help but wish there was more content for the price of entry, but it's a unique experience that most gamers should at least consider trying out.

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Unscored - Bloodborne
Mar 31, 2015

It introduces enough twists to the established gameplay formula to make it feel fresh again, and will turn a sword and board turtle into a bloodthirsty, dual blade wielding madman.

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Feb 12, 2015

If Citizens of Earth were a tighter experience I think I could recommend it without reservation, lacklustre character development and all.

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