Abdul Saad


51 games reviewed
75.9 average score
76 median score
51.0% of games recommended
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Mar 5, 2020

One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows is a fun but flawed fighting game. Regardless, it's funny and true to the anime enough to be given a chance.

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Apr 7, 2020

Overall, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 succeeds in doing what most anime-based games fail at. Its fluid, offers a tremendous amount of fan service, and not to mention its ridiculously fun to play through with fantastic production and an equally incredible soundtrack to boot. For the One Piece fans out there looking for a game of their favorite anime, I say this is the best one we have on the market so far, despite the faults it has.

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4.1 / 5.0 - Resident Evil 3
Apr 7, 2020

At the core, Resident Evil 3 remake is a good game. It plays smoothly and is immensely entertaining. Aside from the fact that the game is sorely lacking in content compared to the original or even the previous Resident Evil 2 remake, I still advise fans of the games, especially Resident Evil 3, to try it out as its quite a refreshing take on the original and feels close enough to home.

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3.8 / 5.0 - Trials of Mana
May 14, 2020

Overall though, Trials of Mana is a visually impressive game with fun combat and engaging characters. It's a game I would definitely recommend to fans of the series or any JRPG fans out there as it's a solid remake that offers players a better way to play the original game.

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6 / 10.0 - Bless Unleashed
May 22, 2020

Overall, Bless Unleashed is a game that still needs a lot of polish due to its many technical issues. On the other hand, it’s still a visually impressive game with a lot of content to enjoy, which is a blessing for a free to play game.

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May 24, 2020

All in all, I'd say my experience with Sakura Wars was quite mixed. I enjoyed the look and feel of the game as well as spending time with its characters. And save for the repetitive, shallow combat system and tropes, I'd say it's a solid introduction to the franchise for western audiences.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Disintegration
Jun 13, 2020

All in all, I’d say the multiplayer was fun and adds more unique gameplay elements the campaign was lacking. The only thing that holds Disintegration back is the lackluster story and repetitive combat. The game promises free and paid DLC content in the future, and hopefully that will improve the experience overall.

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Jun 21, 2020

Despite all that, Project Warlock still does an excellent job of not wasting the player's time similar to the 90s retro FPS we're used to. Right from the start, the game doesn't prompt any tutorials, just some weapons, and some demons to kill, making it feel like a proper Doom clone. To support this is its stellar Rockin soundtrack and art design that bears a resemblance to classic Minecraft.  All in all, Project Warlock is a respectable and enjoyable Doom clone. While it has some balancing issues to work out, it's still a must-have for fans of the retro FPS genre.

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Jul 18, 2020

At the current state of the game, I cannot, in good faith, recommend this to anyone looking to buy it. This is mainly due to all the flaws it currently has. Even if you’re a big fan of the series, I’d advise you to wait until the game is adequately patched before making the purchase.

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3.5 / 5.0 - FAIRY TAIL
Aug 9, 2020

Other than the aforementioned issues, I believe Fairy Tail is a JRPG title that's incredibly accurate to its source material, and while the game is more tailored to fans of the series, it still offers a level of enjoyment most anime-based games do not.

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