Cosmin Vasile


120 games reviewed
77.8 average score
80 median score
58.3% of games recommended
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Jul 29, 2020

Despite these issues, Destroy All Humans! keeps its charm and unique appeal. If you can overlook the obsolete mechanics and level design, the adventures of Crypto are actually fun. Thanks to the budget-friendly price tag, the game can be recommended to those who finished games like Maneater and are looking to a new dose of mayhem.

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9 / 10.0 - Death Stranding
Jul 19, 2020

There's the only one piece of advice I can give players so that they can fully enjoy it. Death Stranding is not a shooter, is not a stealth game, and it's not a horror. If you can play the game without expectations, you're going to love it. When you don't want familiarity, you'll get innovation.

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Overall, SpongeBob Squarepants Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated is a zesty and refreshing remake of a classic. It is no masterpiece by any standards, and some parts of it still feel superfluous, but it offers a fun single-player experience. The atmosphere of the game is great, mainly because the developers seem to have understood the universe which the game is based on, paying extra attention to fan favorites.

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6 / 10.0 - Tower of Time
Jul 8, 2020

Unfortunately, the console version paints a different picture: the game's charm and strengths are overshadowed by the poor technical execution. The release of a patch that just makes things worse can be an oversight, but it is still a severe one that further damages the experience. If you are looking for an RPG that dares to implement change and has a novel approach to the genre, Tower of Time has lots of potentials, but wait until all the issues are fixed.

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7 / 10.0 - Beyond Blue
Jul 1, 2020

Despite these shortcomings, Beyond Blue is a game everyone should experience. It is ideal for younger audiences and can be the perfect family activity. The price tag is a bit steep compared to what the game offers, but after a discount Beyond Blue should be considered by everyone who wants to relax and escape into a beautiful world for a couple of hours.

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Edna and Harvey: The Breakout Anniversary Edition is an ode to the classic games signed by Lucas Arts, which manages to feel fresh and up to date. The control scheme takes time to get used to, but it works. All in all, it is a successful remaster of a nonconformist game.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Desperados III
Jun 30, 2020

This is maybe one of the greatest merits of Desperados III, even when it makes you sweat and go back to the drawing board, it remains fun and never becomes a dull repetition of the same actions. Although the price tag is not of a AAA game, the content it offers makes it an experience you should not miss. If you were a fan of the original game, Desperados III is the sequel you have been waiting for since 2001.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Disintegration
Jun 28, 2020

It's true that the weird combination of first-person shooter and strategy elements do work quite well in Disintegration, they're not as fun as one would expect (if anyone can expect that). Instead of having the best of both worlds, Disintegration puts itself in the position of potentially being hated by fans of both genres. Yes, the hybrid approach does work, but it's not entertaining enough to warrant a full playthrough. Here is hoping for a better sequel though.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Monster Train
Jun 26, 2020

For those who are into card games, Monster Train is a must-play title. It's better and more complex than Slay the Spire, although I would have liked to see more bosses throughout my several playthroughs, the RNG dictates who you fight and when. Monster Train is a fresh, new take on the deck-building card game genre that will be hard to be outmatched.

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Jun 12, 2020

Even though Greymoor adds about 20 hours of story content, depending on how many side quests you're willing to take on, the expansion keeps to the same formula. Instead of bringing meaningful changes to the world of ESO, Greymoor piggybacks on the previous installments to find new audiences. That being said, I do recommend the new expansion, just don't expect any mind-blowing improvements.

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