Nathan Lee

Favorite Games:
  • Metroid Prime
  • Pokemon SoulSilver
  • Fire Emblem Radiant Dawn

22 games reviewed
77.2 average score
80 median score
50.0% of games recommended

Nathan Lee's Reviews

I've been a gamer since I was 5 years old, and grew up on Nintendo consoles. Only in the last decade or so have I expanded outwards to try out games from other developers and publishers. After an experimental phase in my late teens, I decided that RPGs were my favourite gaming genre, and those games are always top priority. I have maintained my love for Nintendo, and am both a fan and a critic of the company.
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Apr 27, 2020

The huge effort and perceived budget that went into this game shows, and Sakura Wars makes a triumphant return after a 14-year retirement.

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Apr 12, 2020

Persona 5 Royal is possibly the best enhanced port ever made, and it helps that the original material is still as amazing as ever. This is a must play for RPG fans.

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Feb 25, 2020

Rune Factory 4 Special is a delightful and charming farming sim, even in a post-Stardew Valley world.

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Tokyo Mirage Sessions' deep battle system, light-hearted story, bright aesthetics, and catchy J-pop soundtrack are JRPG bliss.

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Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists is a decent crossover game for the Atelier franchise, linking 20 years of the series together.

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Jul 16, 2019

Super Neptunia RPG feels like it was made by two teams with two objectives, and the result is a mediocre mess.

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Mar 26, 2019

The Princess Guide fails to execute on its good ideas, and the result is a game that feels like it was released before it had time to be raised properly.

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Mar 5, 2019

Death end re;Quest's haunting atmosphere pairs up well with the dread-inducing story, making for a worthy experience.

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Sep 12, 2018

Octopath Traveler is unapologetically old-school, and would not have been out of place if it had released back in the golden age of JRPGs.

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