Keenan McCall


11 games reviewed
76.4 average score
80 median score
54.5% of games recommended
Scores 3.1 higher than average

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Twinfinite
Keenan McCall
May 21, 2019

Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland has plenty going for it. It’s got an interesting story that longtime fans will love, and its gameplay will keep JRPG fans satisfied well into the late hours of its run. Like so many other titles from the genre though, it’s held back by long-held conventions that work against it, and keep it from being something better than just another entry in the Atelier series.

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Keenan McCall
May 13, 2019

A Plague Tale: Innocence is a late-generation gem that shouldn’t be missed by anyone with even a passing interest.

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Keenan McCall
Mar 15, 2019

It may not be perfect, but it's still well worth a look for both longtime fans of One Piece and newcomers who want to see what a proper game based on the series can be.

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Keenan McCall
4 / 5.0 - Yo-Kai Watch 3
Feb 12, 2019

For all of its problems in the first few hours, Yo-Kai Watch 3 turns itself around wonderfully for an experience most any player can enjoy. Its a great entry for fans new and old, and an indicator of the greater heights the series is headed toward.

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Keenan McCall
Jan 15, 2019

New players will get the full, unabridged experience at a decent price, while old fans should find this treasured classic is still just as fun to dive into as they remember.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Darksiders III
Nov 27, 2018

So long as players can have some patience for the game's technical issues, they'll find plenty to enjoy in this title.

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Keenan McCall
Nov 20, 2018

By all other counts, it's a rough entry point into the genre for newcomers and not the kind of game most people would enjoy as much as the more accessible titles seen in recent years.

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Keenan McCall

And yet, when taken for what it is, Castlevania Requiem is a functional and acceptable port of two legendary titles. It provides both games to players in a way that is entertaining and satisfying, regardless of whether you've played it a million times or want to finally see what all the fuss is about over two decades later.

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Keenan McCall
3.5 / 5.0 - Warriors Orochi 4
Oct 17, 2018

Even with these flaws though, Warriors Orochi 4 is still a fun game. It serves its purpose and delivers on what it advertises, giving players a power fantasy experience where they can tear through waves of enemies with the touch of a button. It's an enjoyable Musou title which will keep fans entertained, and takes some small steps forward that future installments could use to great effect.

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Keenan McCall
4.5 / 5.0 - Mega Man 11
Oct 1, 2018

There was a lot riding on Mega Man 11, but it rises to the occasion in almost every regard. It's a near perfect modern representation of the series, and for anyone who has ever had even a passing interest in the series, it's an entry they won't want to miss.

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Keenan McCall
Sep 13, 2018

It's frustrating that Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker isn't better, because the elements it needs to be a great game are all there. The modes on display show the game can be fun, and with a bit more added in, there'd be more of a reason to stick with the title.

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