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Thomas Froehlicher

FRANCE
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Favorite Games:
  • Valkyria Chronicles
  • Star Ocean 3
  • Final Fantasy IX

17 games reviewed
67.6 average score
70 median score
64.7% of games recommended

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Thomas Froehlicher
7 / 10 - Observation
Jun 21, 2019

An intense and memorable experience.

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Thomas Froehlicher

Crippled by disappointing writing, Atelier Lulua also fails at delivering enough nostalgic content to veteran fans of the Atelier series. Little interaction with popular past characters and late, expensive DLC eventually shatter the Arland dream, and substitute characters fade in comparison. Solid gameplay & challenge otherwise

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Thomas Froehlicher
Apr 25, 2019

Technically shoddy, this latest Neptunia game is a short and fairly limited JRPG. But from a narrative and artistic standpoint it's an enjoyable adventure.

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Addictive, lengthy, and true to the original spirit of the series, this spin-off boasts more than enough depth to make up for its dull combat.

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Thomas Froehlicher
8 / 10 - Dead or Alive 6
Mar 16, 2019

Gorgeous, fun, and fair, it also stands out with its perfectly built online mode and great character roster.

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Thomas Froehlicher

The game system in Atelier Lydie & Suelle is solid, combat is great and the soundtrack is nice, but we could have expected more from a title marking the 20th anniversary of the series.

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Thomas Froehlicher
9 / 10 - Battlefield V
Dec 15, 2018

Gorgeous, fascinating, loaded with content, more ambitious and balanced than ever, Battlefield V is the ultimate war odyssey.

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Thomas Froehlicher
Nov 2, 2018

With a lot of great content, much of it new, including added characters and a high volume of additional story elements, The Caligula Effect Overdose is a remarkable example of a valuable remake.

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Thomas Froehlicher
7 / 10 - Transference
Oct 11, 2018

Short, inconclusive, but monstrously intense, Transference represents the next step forward for narrative games.

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Thomas Froehlicher

The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince is a truly charming and fully enjoyable title, but it clearly lacks variety and content.

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Thomas Froehlicher
Jul 7, 2018

Death end re;Quest retains Galapagos RPG’s will to innovate with each new game, this time with better execution overall. However, it’s still a budget RPG and the lack of investment holds it back from being the great narrative experience it aims to be. Nevertheless, the good combat system, compelling design, and a scenario that's much deeper and more interesting than usual have the ability to hook the player despite the title's flaws.

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Thomas Froehlicher
Jun 28, 2018

Despite a weak solo mode and an excessive DLC storefront, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle is an excellent outsider in the fighting genre this year.

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Thomas Froehlicher
May 25, 2018

Valkyria Chronicles 4 is precisely what fans have been wanting from a sequel.

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Thomas Froehlicher
4 / 10 - Gal*Gun 2
Apr 27, 2018

Sadly, Gal Gun 2 seems to be nothing but a watered-down version of Gal Gun.

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Thomas Froehlicher
Apr 6, 2018

Extra content and a few attractive features in Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal might make it worthwhile if you're a long-time fan of the series. For newer addicts who never played Senran Kagura on Nintendo's handheld, this title is perfect to complete your knowledge of the series.

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Thomas Froehlicher
Mar 9, 2018

A good pick up for people fond of Japanese animation, even if it lacks a compelling narrative.

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Thomas Froehlicher
8 / 10 - Death Mark
Feb 1, 2018

Gifted with an unforgettable atmosphere, Death Mark has all the qualities to be a champion of fear on both the PSVita and PS4.

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