Ben Fruzzetti


18 games reviewed
87.1 average score
90 median score
72.2% of games recommended
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Xenoblade Chronicles is a game that draws you into its expansive universe and never lets go.

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8 / 10.0 - Trials of Mana
May 5, 2020

But more than that — whether it was simplicity, or cleanliness, or maybe just good old-fashioned nostalgia — there was something immensely charming about the entire experience.

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DX is an absolutely worthy pick-up for any Poké-fanatic out there, whether it’s your first time venturing through a mystery dungeon or another trip down memory lane.

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9 / 10.0 - To The Moon
Jan 15, 2020

To the Moon is a shining example of how a video game doesn’t have to be something combat-driven or challenging to be significant.

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If you haven’t tried Layton before, you could do worse than giving Layton’s Mystery Journey a whirl, considering you’ll get at least a couple dozen hours out of the experience. But if you’ve already played through Katrielle’s quest once, then this is a port that you can safely skip over.

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Ori and the Blind Forest is without a doubt one of the prettiest games ever made, with lush backdrops, silken animation, and heartfelt tenderness. While not revolutionary in design, it dazzles in beauty and splendor like few other games can, making it an easy recommendation for any Switch owner.

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Sep 12, 2019

It pales in comparison to some of his earlier work, but AI: The Somnium Files shows that Uchikoshi still knows how to craft a compelling narrative that can take you in unexpected directions.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Oninaki
Aug 23, 2019

I think the most irritating thing about Oninaki is that its flaws don’t feel like they come from laziness or apathy, but a lack of time and budget.

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Jun 4, 2019

It’s a bit strange to think that this game, of all ones, would be what is essentially the last title the 3DS will ever get.

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Apr 2, 2019

The minor nitpicks don’t add up to anything that can topple the core art, charm, and level design; which levy the game’s kinks and make it a solid addition to any Switch owner’s lineup.

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