George Yang


39 games reviewed
74.3 average score
80 median score
58.3% of games recommended
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Mar 3, 2022

“Triangle Strategy” is a fun title that has an engaging story with fantastic characters and worldbuilding. Better English voice acting would have been icing on the cake, but the half-baked vocal delivery left me feeling a bit deflated. In any case, fans of strategy and tactics-based RPG games should definitely check “Triangle Strategy” out.

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Unscored - BIOMUTANT
May 24, 2021

There are so many borrowed ideas that you’re bound to find something you like about this game.

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Unscored - Scarlet Nexus
Jun 23, 2021

The haunting twists of Scarlet Nexus make it a surprise gem

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3 / 10 stars - XIII
Nov 18, 2020

XIII makes a return as a remake of the 2003 original. It's a game that should have stayed in the past where it belonged.

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Jul 19, 2021

Akiba's Trip: Hellbound & Debriefed is a remaster of the original Akiba's Trip. However, its Western debut leaves a lot to be desired.

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Sep 27, 2021

With so many other incredible JRPGs released in 2021, it’s hard to recommend Astria Ascending. It does have a very pretty artstyle, which is what will draw most players initially. The battle system and customization options can be enjoyable to tinker around with, but the lackluster story and unpleasant cast of characters really bog down the whole experience.

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55 / 100 - Trek to Yomi
May 12, 2022

A gorgeous game with frustrating combat and glitchy exploration, Trek to Yomi is the definition of style over substance.

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Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game returns, and while it has flashes of fun, it sometimes struggles to feel up to date, even as a remaster.

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Sep 12, 2020

With a substantial amount of new content in the future, as well as some variety in mission objectives, Marvel’s Avengers could be worth a player’s time and effort. At the very least, the roughly 8-10 hour campaign is worth experiencing if only for the amazing portrayal of Kamala Khan. Right now, though, you may want to steer clear until more updates arrive.

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7 / 10.0 - Ghostwire: Tokyo
Mar 21, 2022

'Ghostwire: Tokyo’s vision of Shibuya is eccentric and captivating. Exploring every nook and cranny to learn more about the Japanese myths and legends that inspired the game makes for a compelling gameplay hook. It’s a shame that despite some interesting ideas, parts of the story campaign feel like they were left on the cutting room floor.

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Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl are remakes of good games, with some excellent quality of life changes. But Nintendo has applied those changes inconsistently throughout.

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May 5, 2021

Resident Evil Village is a good — but not exceptional — middle ground between the action-oriented RE4 and the horror thrills of RE7.

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Apr 6, 2022

Chinatown Detective Agency is an engaging point-and-click adventure with gorgeous art direction that falls just a bit short.

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7 / 10 stars - Lost Judgment
Sep 15, 2021

Lost Judgment is a good follow-up to 2019's excellent Judgment. It's more of the same, but that doesn't matter too much when the core is already great.

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Aug 26, 2021

No More Heroes III is more of the same after 11 years since its last mainline entry, for better or for worse.

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Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin is a worthy sequel to the Nintendo 3DS game. With more powerful hardware, this new adventure is fully realized.

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7 / 10 stars - Famicom Detective Club
May 19, 2021

Famicom Detective Club is a fun adventure murder mystery game that will keep you engaged from start to finish.

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Oct 29, 2020

Little Hope renewed my faith in the Dark Pictures Anthology but is held back a bit simply from the lack of quality of life features.

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7 / 10 stars - Genshin Impact
Oct 9, 2020

Genshin Impact has been nicknamed "Breath of the Waifu" due to its obvious influences and cute characters. But surprisingly, the game is much more than that.

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Anyone who’s invested time into playing the previous games in the Trails series will know exactly what they’re in for. Satisfying combat, impressive world-building, and deep characters are all part of the package. It does have pacing issues, and players may get lost if they didn’t experience the arcs in Liberl and Crossbell. The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV is still a solid game though, despite the stumble in the second act, and is a viable option for those itching to play an epic, immersive JRPG.

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