Nicholas Micevski


6 games reviewed
80.8 average score
83 median score
66.7% of games recommended
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9 / 10.0 - World of Horror
Feb 23, 2020

Overall, WORLD OF HORROR offers an amazing 1-bit horror experience. If you’re looking for a refreshing and new type of horror, then this is the game for you. The main narrative is captivating and intriguing and the art style and soundtrack are horrifically amazing. The gameplay is well-balanced and not too difficult for newcomers to the genre. However, the game could use a better tutorial and characters with more fleshed-out development. The best thing is that this game can run on even the oldest of computers. You can buy the game on Steam, PS4, Xbox One & Nintendo Switch.

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9 / 10.0 - Planet Zoo
Dec 11, 2019

In the end, I had a blast playing through Planet Zoo. Sure there were a few hiccups once a while with some minor glitches and some features that I feel need improving. But the amount of creativity you can achieve, the fun and varied game modes, stunning visuals and appeal, and more. It’s so hard to let these minor flaws affect my experience. If you’re looking to get into these types of simulation/management games, then Planet Zoo is the best way to start. And if someone who loves these types of games like Zoo Tycoon and Tropico like I do. Then I promise you will have a great time!

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7 / 10.0 - Little Town Hero
Nov 2, 2019

In the end, I solely admire that Game Freak managed to create what was clearly a passion project. However, there are quite a few flaws with the game. Primarily the gameplay being overly big and messy while also being quite tedious. Plus the bland character doesn’t really help as well. However, there is some aspect that helps it a lot like the magnificent soundtrack, enjoyable dialogue and great visuals. If this game gets a sequel and fixes these issues and tweaks a few other aspects of the game. Little Town Hero could be something special in the JRPG community.

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7 / 10.0 - The Eyes of Ara
Nov 1, 2019

While there are some aspects that I enjoyed, such as the core mechanics of puzzle solving and explorations and the game’s visuals, I do wish there was more emphasis on a coherent story or goal and more noticeable music. And I truly wish I didn’t have to deal with the obnoxious touch controls. I’m going to give this game a shot on my PC or phone, but for now, I’m going to judge my experience on the Nintendo Switch port. If you like games like Myst or The Witness, you might want to give Eyes of Ara a shot, but I suggest playing on a different platform or waiting for the touch pen accessory.

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9 / 10.0 - Killer Queen Black
Oct 10, 2019

In the end, I loved playing Killer Queen Black even though I didn’t manage to play much of it. The gameplay is fast-paced and exhilarating. The ways to win were well varied and open to a lot of replayability. The art style is delightful enough that it didn’t get old to look at. The music and sound effect were amazing in my opinion, managing to somehow fit into the overall style of the game. If you’re looking for a fresh new competitive multiplayer game, then you might want to check out Killer Queen Black. I definitely will be playing it a lot once it’s officially released to the public.

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7.5 / 10.0 - PAWARUMI
Aug 5, 2019

I was recently allowed to try out the newly released Nintendo Switch version of Pawarumi, by Manufacture 43. Pawarumi is a modern shoot’em up set in a pre-Columbian inspired futuristic universe. You play Axo, pilot of the ship named Chukaru, the most powerful vessel in this world. Think of this game similar to arcade-y games like Ikaruga and Gradius V.

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