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Sina Golabzade


Favorite Games:
  • The Witcher 3
  • Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
  • The Last of Us

219 games reviewed
74.5 average score
78 median score
68.5% of games recommended
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After a campaign of threat and terror against the mod makers who had kept these titles alive for the better part of two decades and de-listing the original versions, we are offered this magnificent piece of failure and while playing it, you just keep wondering about the inner workings of QA departments of the publishers and console manufacturers that time and again have let titles this functionally broken, slip past them.

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Nov 16, 2021

Vaas Insanity utilizes a new genre and a whole new artistic design that goes well with the madness of its protagonist and offers a totally new kind of Far Cary experience that you should definitely check out.

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Nov 13, 2021

Final Fantasy V is the last time Hironobu Sakaguchi directed a Final Fantasy title and for this very important historical reason, all gamers should try it at least once and this new pixel remaster is the definitive edition of the original vision that you can get on modern platforms.

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8 / 10.0 - Epic Chef
Nov 11, 2021

By putting a crazy cooking component inside a Harvest Moon-like gameplay and telling its funny story in an interesting world full crazy characters, Epic Chef Manages to become a great choice for those players that love some culinary arts in their games.

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The great thing about Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars is that it is another delightful Yoko Taro game with all the subversion of known clichés it provides and it is presented using a unique visual aesthetic. But it is not without its faults as gameplay-wise it lacks any big innovation and the random encounters are just too much and sometimes even make your progression a little tiresome.

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Nov 1, 2021

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy offers a very different kind of team-based combat and although sometimes it may feel a little too easy, learning how the combinations of the whole team’s powers work will bring you a lot of joy. The story doesn’t feel anything new in this kind of cosmic adventure narrative but by focusing on likeable characters and giving them great dialogues and enough time to thrive, the developers have managed to elevate their story in the best possible way.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Happy Game
Oct 27, 2021

Although the puzzles are not as intricate as Amanita Design’s previous game, the art style and the atmosphere it produces, once again demonstrates that this is one studio that always elevates video games as an art form. Throughout Happy Game you get bombarded with so many eerie scenes that it is totally possible to get psychologically scared which in turn make this a great Halloween gift.

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8 / 10.0 - The Medium
Oct 26, 2021

Although The Medium tells a kind of by-the-numbers supernatural story, it still gives you a great mystery well-worth solving. The music and sound design heightens every moment without actually overwhelming the other aspects of the game and the unique visual style which masterfully utilizes the contrast between two very different worlds, helps the gameplay reach higher levels of providing an immersive experience.

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Oct 25, 2021

Rougelite/like is one of the most overused genre so trying to provide a truly new experience in this space that actually stands out in the crowd is really hard, fortunately Skul: The Hero Slayer has managed to put its own spin on this tired formula to become a title well-worth trying.

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8.5 / 10.0 - War Mongrels
Oct 19, 2021

War Mongrels not only utilizes all the basic designs of Real Time Tactics genre in a satisfying way but also introduces a brilliant Combat Mode which totally changes the game’s genre, especially if you use co-op, and tells a different kind of second world war story with a lesser known class of characters of this conflict that in the end provides a pretty fun experience.

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