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Robby Bisschop


Favorite Games:
  • Final Fantasy Theathrythm: Curtain Call
  • MTG: Arena
  • Metal Gear Rising Revengeance

117 games reviewed
76.5 average score
80 median score
53.8% of games recommended

Robby Bisschop's Reviews

Writer for ThisGenGaming. Male, born in 1987 I love Magic the gathering, videogames accross all platforms and anime.
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Sep 28, 2021

Knockout Home Fitness is a nice way to keep in shape and the focus on boxing moves does make it stand out from other fitness games I’ve played on the Nintendo Switch recently. When you land those punches in time with the beat it feels really good, but it can be equally infuriating when it incorrectly loses track of the Joycons. It’s a decent game, but it really lacks more unlockables to keep you motivated to play beyond the first few weeks.

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5 / 10.0 - Papa's Quiz
Aug 4, 2021

Papa’s Quiz aims to be a quirky and fun trivia game, but fails to set the right tone. While it has some good ideas like player customisation and letting up to 8 people join in, the slow pace and frankly awful voice acting only succeeded in making it feel awkward.

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4.5 / 10.0 - Beat Souls
Aug 3, 2021

Beat Souls is a Japanese rhythm game that sadly fails in the most important aspects of the genre: it’s lacking rhythm, isn’t all that fun, has a poor tracklist and the visual overkill makes you cry rainbow-coloured tears (but not in a good way)

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8.5 / 10.0 - Omno
Aug 2, 2021

Omno is a gorgeous and serene journey that succeeded in the rarest of achievements: it managed to make me feel relaxed. Completing each area in the game left me with a sense of accomplishment and the wholesome interactions with the world and its inhabitants will linger for some time to come. Wholly recommended!

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6.5 / 10.0 - Night book
Jul 27, 2021

Night Book is an interactive occult thriller with a very interesting set-up (interpreter gets tricked into reading ancient curse) but the mediocre acting manages to break the immersion too often.

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6 / 10.0 - Lost at Sea
Jul 19, 2021

Lost at Sea is a narrative adventure about coming to terms with your life and has a meaningful story to tell, but it fails to deliver anything new to the genre. The shadows chasing you actively hinder the enjoyment of what could have been a nice experience.

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Jul 12, 2021

Watch Dogs Legion Bloodline is a fantastic story expansion that delivers thrills, laughs and a fresh way to experience the futuristic London setting, which remains the true star of the show. This one shouldn’t be missed, especially for fans of the series who’ve been hungering for a reunion with some old friends.

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FF7R Episode Intermission is a perfect content drop to tide people over for the long wait until part 2 will release. It shows us some of the events from the main game from a different perspective, let’s us play with a completely new combat style, has plenty of side content to keep busy with and even teases some major things for the sequel. I’ve really only got one complaint and that’s that I wish it lasted longer and had a bit more story content.

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Paw Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay is a fun distraction for kids who want to see their favourite cartoon puppies in action, but the game gets a bit repetitive and they don’t feel rewarded enough for playing. They seem to like the minigames and the cutscenes more than the actual 3D platforming. But they still had a lot of fun, especially because I was playing with them.

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May 24, 2021

Nanotale is a unique adventure that offers rarely-seen typing gameplay, whether it’s used for exploration, puzzle-solving or combat. It looks gorgeous and it sure is addictive to find all the lore, yet the delivery falls flat at times and it sadly can’t live up to its epic predecessor. If you’re a keyboard warrior at heart, it’s still very much worth your time!

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