Parham Aghakhani

Favorite Games:
  • Portal 2
  • Bejeweled 3
  • Yakuza 0

51 games reviewed
72.9 average score
80 median score
58.8% of games recommended

Parham Aghakhani's Reviews

Previously a fan of literally every AAA game ever created, but then completely ignored them because of a severe lack of new ideas and the fading fun factor in them. This led to being an extremely strict and sometimes unforgiving person when it comes to criticizing games, recommending only what is fun and worth playing to his audience. Now constantly in search of new and fresh experiences, hidden indie gems and retro gaming's timeless & lesser known artifacts while desperately trying to make them known to the world.
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One-Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows had the unlimited potential to create an extraordinary experience, but this was not accomplished due to numerous design flaws. Despite some upgrades, OPM still retains much of the weaknesses and disadvantages of the former Spike Chunsoft title and even added a number of new bugs to its mix. The result is a title that is neither capable of satisfying fans of the One Punch Man series nor Fighting style fans.

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8 / 10.0 - Cat Quest II
Oct 18, 2019

Cat Quest II is a really good game and a sequel that surpasses the original game in many aspects.

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8 / 10.0 - Exception
Oct 15, 2019

Exception is a fast and fluid platformer. It successfully manages to encourage players to play the game as fast as they can and does not punish them harshly upon a mistake which makes it more accessible, and the dynamic and changing design of its levels keep the experience fresh until the very end. However, it offers little to encourage replaying the levels and collect hidden items or set better time records

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8 / 10.0 - River City Girls
Sep 25, 2019

It would be a lie to say River City Girls is not a good game. This game is full of charm and style, it is really fun to play and the high production values clearly show themselves. But the problem is that it misses some quality of life features to solve many of the recurring flaws in most of beat'em up games (like keys being set to perform multiple commands), and those same flaws have lowered the quality of this game's overall experience as well

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9 / 10.0 - Ion Fury
Sep 17, 2019

Ion Fury is a nostalgic tribute to the classic '90s first person shooter games such as Blood, Shadow Warrior and especially, Duke Nukem 3D and despite running on a 20 year old technology, delivers a superb and extremely fun experience that even rivals most of the recent games released in this genre. FPS fans might not want to miss this game.

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Sep 11, 2019

Children of Morta is a quality game with a fantastic narrative that despite of some of its issues, offers a really good experience. But the developers' focus on balancing the experience in co-op multiplayer mode has caused some shortcomings in the single player mode

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2.5 / 10.0 - Run Roll Rumble
Aug 31, 2019

Run Roll Rumble takes the Super Smash Bros formula and gets nearly everything wrong about that game. It's filled with big issues and bad design choices that make it impossible to have fun with, and a severe lack of players that makes its online features completely useless. If you're after a good party game, there are much better alternatives out there

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7 / 10.0 - Summer Catchers
Aug 30, 2019

Summer Catchers is a charming endless runner game with wonderful presentation and style, and an interesting narration. But the progression system, which is completely based on RNG and grinding rather than the players' skill, ultimately damages the experience

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Aug 23, 2019

Being an extremely faithful remaster, Metal Wolf Chaos XD is definitely not up to today's standards. It's outdated in many aspects; but for the most part, it knows how to be ridiculously fun & entertaining. If you're not used to how old games were like, cannot handle absurd humor and most importantly, cannot tolerate playing a game in 30fps, you're not going to enjoy it. Otherwise, you're going to love it

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Aug 14, 2019

Mighty Switch Force! Collection is a brilliant way to bring all the games in the series together and introduce them to a wider audience. But it could have been much better than what it currently is, boasting more features and content (like the "Hose It Down!" spin-off title) to make it the ultimate collection of the series' history. Nevertheless, it contains 4 really fun puzzle platformer titles which previous fans of the series and even newcomers to the franchise can enjoy playing alike.

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