Matt Masem


11 games reviewed
73.6 average score
80 median score
63.6% of games recommended
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Dec 31, 2019

Employing a fun battle system similar to the developer’s previous titles and written with as much good humor and charm as one could possibly hope for in a game starring a squid-headed god intent on saving Christmas only to destroy the world, Cthulhu Saves Christmas is a bite-sized adventure worthy of a playthough any time of year.

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With a solid story and an amazing, beautiful world to explore, the White Witch on Switch is a port that many JRPG fans will enjoy, especially those like me who are getting to play this for the first time.

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2.5 / 5.0 - Super Neptunia RPG
Sep 18, 2019

For those who have previously enjoyed the tales of Neptune and her crew, it's possibly worth a try, but for those uninitiated, this won't create any new Nep Nep fans.

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From gorgeous graphics to deep crafting and combat systems, Lulua is an impressive game.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Octopath Traveler
Jun 20, 2019

While those looking for a deep, story-heavy RPG might find Octopath Traveler lacking, the game is a hugely enjoyable modern take on traditional turn-based games of yesteryear with a collection of short story, rather than novel-length, narratives.

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Apr 22, 2019

In taking a standard save-the-world RPG tale and populating it with fascinating characters dealing with relatable issues in a beautifully rendered world and adding an addicting, customizable battle system, developer Image & Form has created a true gem of a game for the Nintendo Switch.

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Mar 22, 2019

Adhering to the phrase “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, Nexus takes the tried-and-true Etrian Odyssey formula and does well with virtually all of its components: music, battles, interactions, and world-building.

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While Tavern Story might never reach the level of fandom that the Atelier series enjoys, its entry into the crafting RPG sub-genre should not go unnoticed.

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Dec 2, 2018

While Dancing in Moonlight feels like half a game, the half it presents is quite good.

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3 / 5.0 - The Greater Good
Oct 7, 2018

While never achieving the “great” part of its title, the game at least isn’t too far from hitting the “good” part.

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