Pascal Tekaia


43 games reviewed
64.5 average score
65 median score
41.9% of games recommended
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Aug 28, 2021

What’s clear is that this game won’t win over those who were previously on the fence about the series. While the narrative, combat, and management aspects all work as intended, they probably appeal to different audiences rather than create one cohesive experience; those finding satisfaction in one particular area may end up being frustrated in another.

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Jun 21, 2021

The Yakuza games are very much their own thing, and are so densely packed with content that they may require some palate-cleansers in between. But for those who don’t mind doing some serious homework in the form of three mandatory amazing-in-their-own-right prequels, this collection is easily a must-play.

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This handful of nitpicks notwithstanding, NieR Replicant is a resounding success and a great opportunity to experience a remastered version of this hidden gem.

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Jan 11, 2021

Some rather important missteps with the combat make the experience far too toothless, annulling the sense of fast-paced action and dramatically lowering stakes upon defeat.

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Dec 28, 2020

It’s a solid and certainly unique game that can be quite enjoyable when approached with the right expectations.

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Dec 18, 2020

When judged simply on how successful it is in providing a horror game as rich in atmosphere as it is in enjoyable inventory-based and traditional puzzles, the game effortlessly scores high marks.

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3 / 5.0 - Ghost of a Tale
Nov 14, 2020

Ghost of a Tale is and does a lot of things, some impressive but not all of them great triumphs.

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Unscored - Paradise Killer
Nov 14, 2020

Even after having completed the game, it’s hard to know exactly what to make of Paradise Killer. The concept of an open-world murder mystery is very intriguing, and the world offers enough piecemeal rewards to spur on thorough exploration. But the flip-side of that same coin is the potential to severely hamstring the pacing of the already difficult-to-navigate narrative.

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Sep 13, 2020

Death end re;Quest 2 carries over most of the first installment’s major aspects — both good and bad — while also distancing itself enough from its predecessor to make it feel almost standalone. However, the removal of a number of unique ideas previously implemented means the shortcomings are much more apparent this time around, and the formula established by the first game is starting to wear woefully thin.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Hellpoint
Aug 11, 2020

The end result is a highly entertaining and challenging take on a modern classic, with both innovations and rough edges alike.

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