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Greyson Ditzler


Favorite Games:
  • Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
  • BioShock
  • Bayonetta 2

23 games reviewed
70.4 average score
70 median score
43.5% of games recommended

Greyson Ditzler's Reviews

Freelance Games Journalist and lover of odd and obscure ideas. I've got favorites genres but I'll try just about anything and I'm always looking for something new to play. I feel that every game can teach us something, even the bad ones.
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Nov 6, 2019

Control issues can get irritating at times, and navigating the overworld isn't perfect, but these are merely a few dented clubs in a bag full of solid iron drivers.

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Read Only Memories Integral is a charming and gripping experience in most ways, and is let down only by how rarely it engages as a game rather than a story.

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Despite it's solid core mechanics and efforts to be faithful to its source material, Pirates of the Enchiridion is bogged down by poor pacing and various technical difficulties.

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3 / 5.0 - Coffee Crisis
Jun 3, 2018

In the end, though Nick and Ashley seem like cool guys, I prefer my coffee with a little less crisis.

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Jun 1, 2018

Dodge Club Pocket may be extremely simple, but it's still very well realized and fun to play, and much more charming than it has any right to be.

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Mar 21, 2018

Kirby Star Allies is solid and quite fun with friends, but it doesn't quite reach the upper tier of Kirby games due to its brevity and playing it a bit too safe.

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Getting Over It may be unfair and frustrating by design, but even acknowledging that, it doesn't make it any less annoying or any more satisfying.

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While unfortunately bogged down by frequent padding and repetition, Let's Play Heroes does enough right to still be fun and feel genuine.

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Feb 1, 2018

Unique, beautiful, highly challenging, and emotional, Celeste is an excellent game, and a must-play for even non-platformer fans.

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Jan 10, 2018

While the writing and gameplay do provide some genuine smiles, Never Stop Sneakin' is mainly let down by repetition and mechanical simplicity.

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