Lyam Shoup

3 games reviewed
71.7 average score
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Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water follows multiple protagonists trying to solve a mystery that intertwines with one another. During these investigations, they encounter supernatural elements and to battle them, a camera is used to deal various amounts of damage to “kill” the ghosts. Upgrades to the camera are gained that can cause faster film reloading or film that does more damage at expense of slower reload speed.

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6 / 10.0 - Ghostrunner
Nov 13, 2020

Starting off was a hurdle. The camera felt really loose and when adjusting it, it made things a bit more problematic due to needing to see my next areas to progress through or else I’d be killed.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Windjammers
Oct 29, 2018

Playing offensive or defensive is really simple, with only using the left analogue stick and either the Y or A buttons. When the disk is thrown, standing in front of it will intercept it. If it’s thrown too far, you can do a quick slide into catching it. A power play is done by pressing a button just before catching it, prompting a power throw. These are fast throws that may even change directions, causing some quick needing defence skills. Power throws can be caught and even have a power return making for very fast, wild matches.

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