Dani Maddox


8 games reviewed
80.0 average score
80 median score
71.4% of games recommended
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7 / 10.0 - Here Comes Niko!
Sep 4, 2021

Here Comes Niko is the exact kind of game that speaks to people who feel intimidated by 60-hour adventures, multi-phase boss levels and narratives that spawn multiple games. Or for people who simply want to relax.

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May 12, 2021

I know this is starting to sound like a piece more dedicated to visual novels than Famicom Detective Club itself, but I promise you it's not. The games' history and their context is just so important. Visual novels aren't new, and they aren't unpopular, but still they end up being categorized as a niche genre for specific people, or as "smaller" or "easier" games. That's wrong, and Famicom Detective Club demonstrates that. These two games take mechanics from visual novels and adventure games of the past to create an immersive, diverse experience.

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A comfortable, solo TTRPG experience that's accessible and well written.

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9 / 10 - Ikenfell
Oct 12, 2020

Ikenfell is a great game wrapped in a small package. Even with small pacing issues and a battle system that I often wanted to skip, I had a surprisingly good time with this game. Almost every aspect of it shines on its own and put together it’s a great retro-style RPG that takes the commonplace world of teenage magic and proves that it can be an inclusive space full of introspection and growth.

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A promising visual novel that just slightly misses the mark.

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A classic farming sim with room for improvements.

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Jun 19, 2020

Overall, Summer in Mara has an incredibly strong narrative with character art and light music that only strengthens it. It’s youthful and vibrant, but it also has more somber notes that aren’t always found in farming sims. The only downside is that music and a character driven plot aren't enough to get through all the tedious parts.

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May 13, 2020

Signs of the Sojourner turns deck-building into a chance at growth.

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