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Tyler Treese


Favorite Games:

457 games reviewed
69.5 average score
75 median score
45.3% of games recommended
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6 / 10.0 - Zumba: Burn it Up!
Nov 28, 2019

By itself, it's hard to really recommend the Switch version of Zumba Burn It Up! The tracking isn't great and it's not something you'd ever want to spend hours with. However, as a greater part of a workout regimen, it certainly has its place. If anyone is looking for something to pair Ring Fit Adventure or Fitness Boxing with, this is fairly decent addition.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Shenmue III
Nov 25, 2019

A throwback to be appreciated.

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Nov 14, 2019

A blast whether you play it by yourself or with a friend, The Stretchers is bound to put a smile on the face of anyone that plays it and showcases how talented a developer Tarsier Studios is.

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It’s a fun party game to whip out at social gatherings, which is what it was designed to be after all, but it could have been so much more.

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Nov 5, 2019

Guildmaster Story does a great job of making a well-thought out critique of capitalism and the society it has brought forth into an easily digestible puzzle game.

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Nov 4, 2019

While its immediate sequel, Yakuza 5, did many of these things in a more impressive fashion, Yakuza 4 laid the important groundwork to make it all possible.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Let's Sing Country
Oct 28, 2019

Let's Sing Country is a totally fine karaoke game that has a pretty lacking tracklist. It has made the conversion to Switch just fine as it's easy to read the lyrics even in handheld mode and the mobile phone app means you don't need microphones to have fun. However, there's just not enough songs to make it worth buying for most would-be singers.

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Ultimately, the Complete Edition is the best way to experience this spin-off, as it is a solid game in its own right and serves as an excellent, if different, primer for No More Heroes 3.

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Oct 18, 2019

From cute, but overly simplistic visuals to fish behavior being off and getting caught on the decorative items, it feels like what it really is: a simplified tycoon sim with a lot of heart. It can’t rival the best in the genre, but players can make a pretty awesome aquarium within its constraints, so it ultimately delivers what was promised even if it doesn’t exceed those promises.

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Corpse Party: Blood Drive still has almost all of the same issues with its core gameplay, but the PC version is the definitive way to play the final chapter of the horror series.

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