Audra Bowling


15 games reviewed
83.0 average score
83 median score
64.3% of games recommended
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Nov 20, 2018

God Wars: Future Past is overall an entertaining SRPG that doesn't stray too far away from its roots.

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While it struggles to figure out which audience it actually wants to appeal to, World of Final Fantasy Maxima is an enjoyable spinoff with a wealth of gameplay content.

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Jan 27, 2019

London Detective Mysteria is far from the worst otome out there, but I wouldn't call it one of the best either. Huge otome visual novel fans will likely get some enjoyment out of this title, but other gamers or those new to the genre might just find it tedious.

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Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux's challenging gameplay might not be for everyone, but those it does appeal to will find a well-crafted dungeon-crawling experience with a thought-provoking narrative.

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Mar 18, 2019

Overall, while I can't say that God Eater 3 does much to step away from the paths of its predecessors, I enjoyed my time with it. I had fun devising strategies and gathering crafting materials, so much so that I never once backed down from doing even optional missions when playing.

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May 19, 2019

Nightshade is an excellent shinobi-focused otome game with strong character development and growth.

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Mercenaries Wings: The False Phoenix is a serviceable SRPG that brings little new to the table but might satisfy an old-school itch.

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Cindered Shadows, while not a vital piece of DLC, is an entertaining side story that rewards Fire Emblem: Three Houses players patient enough to partake in it.

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Feb 23, 2020

A successor to the extremely unique action game El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron, The Lost Child is a decently average dungeon crawler that plays it almost too safe.

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Mar 15, 2020

Langrisser I & II are solid SRPGs for those looking for a well-rounded, old-school challenge.

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