Konrad Noga


27 games reviewed
68.0 average score
70 median score
48.1% of games recommended
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Sep 7, 2020

There are remakes, remaster and ‘remasters’. Unfortunately, Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning belong to the third category as it does absolutely nothing to improve the original in any visible way. It is basically the same game as the one released in 2012, meaning generic setting, affluence of painfully boring dialogues, and repetitive combat with enemies who do not pose any threat for the player.

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Sep 3, 2020

Graphical glitches, empty open-world and tedious corridors full of annoying enemies. If you can get through all this, No Straight Roads will offer you an incredibly addictive gameplay mixing a slasher with a rhythm game. Great music, fantastic boss battles, and surprisingly deep plot. This is what you will remember about this game in the future.

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Aug 28, 2020

This must be one of the cutest dating sims ever created. Please, tell me that dating mixed with taking care of a freshly adopted pup does not sound lovely? It does, right? Well, the problem here is that none of these two parts of the gameplay are done particularly well. Dating is dumbed down to the point of being completely mindless and when it comes to our good boi, it is far too easy to keep all his stats maxed out. Best Friend Forever is a perfect case of wasted potential.

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Aug 27, 2020

Without a doubt Tell Me Why tells one of the most mature stories in gaming. It touches on the topics of domestic violence and transgenderism in an incredibly tactful way, creating a world where no character is morally black or white. A fantastic story is, however, undermined by a painfully monotonous and repetitive gameplay. Nonetheless, it might improve in this regard over the course of the next two episodes.

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Aug 2, 2020

Nihil novi sub sole is a perfect summary of Rock of Ages 3. Make & Break had a chance to become an ultimate Rock of Ages game with its map creator, but the lack of any major changes, a rather boring protagonist, and a terrible Switch version made this experience a quite boring and often even a frustrating one.

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Jul 28, 2020

This fantastic remake is a perfect occasion for new players to finally experience Crypto’s adventures on Earth. It is still as funny and playable as the original, but now with some stunning visuals (unless we are talking about the pedestrian models).

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6 / 10.0 - Rocket Arena
Jul 23, 2020

A fun, good-looking hero shooter, but due to the lack of content and some weird design choices it might not have the chance to reach its full potential before it dies.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Iron Man VR
Jul 13, 2020

Graphically Marvel’s Iron Man VR often disappoints, and the mission designs sometimes seems to be taken straight from the infamous Superman 64’s leftovers. Still, however, aerial combat in this game is so much fun that I quickly disregarded all of that and started humming the riff of Black Sabbath’s ‘Iron Man’ instead.

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One of the hidden gems of the 6th generation finally got a remake allowing new players to experience what is it like to be a sponge living in a pineapple under the sea. It is a game well-needed in these trying time, distracting the players’ attention from the current problems with its wholesome atmosphere, lovably absurd humour, and beautiful visuals. It’s just F.U.N.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Fly Punch Boom!
Jun 4, 2020

Don’t you even come close if you are looking for a serious fighting game with a complex combat system. Fly Punch Boom! is a game for people who like two things: epic anime fights and rock paper scissors. It is fun for some time but gets old pretty quick due to the lack of any depth.

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