Andrew Camac


36 games reviewed
73.3 average score
80 median score
69.4% of games recommended
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Apr 7, 2021

I enjoyed the tone of Vaporum Lockdown. The story was fantastic and it’s been a good while since I was this immersed into a dungeon crawler. I think the lack of replay value does somewhat hurt it a little and the presentation could stand to be improved a little bit but I wholeheartedly recommend Vaporum Lockdown to anyone remotely curious in a more narrative-focused dungeon crawler.

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Apr 2, 2021

Fantastic fun beat em up but not quite the evolution it claims

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8 / 10.0 - 30XX
Mar 31, 2021

All in all 30XX is shaping up to be everything the original title was and more. While a little thin on content and glitch/bug heavy, this can be reasonably forgiven due to it being in Alpha state.  I have no doubt that this title is going to great places and would suggest any Megaman or Roguelike fan take advantage of the Early Access program and get in early. Even though there isn't a whole lot here right now, it's constantly updating and is certainly my current MegAddiction.

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All in all the NeoGeo Pocket Colour Selection Vol.1 is a fascinating, if not slightly unbalanced look into the history of SNK and its short-lived foray into handheld gaming. What is commendable is the dedication to getting fighting games working well on their handheld project, but also putting out stuff like Dark Arms which was quite unexpected for the market at that time. While this is a A+ emulation collection with some nice extras, filling it with 6 fighting games really puts this title into a niche. If you’re a fan of SNK/NeoGeo history and curious about the Pocket this is an easy purchase. On the other hand for people less versed or not interested in fighting games, it’s a rather pricey lesson in death by excess. It’s a quality product – just laser-pointed directly at a certain audience.

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Fun addictive timeless gameplay married with grind and bugs. Much like seasons you take the good with the bad

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Mar 24, 2021

Fantastic Shmup that harkens back to the handheld 16bit era

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A fantastic example of how a collection of games should be done. Only 3 games available does hold this back a little.

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Mar 3, 2021

One of the pricer but better compilation titles around, leave it to Capcom to show you a good “old” time

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Mar 1, 2021

A fun, arcade wrestling experience worthy of the WrestleFest name

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Mar 1, 2021

A fantastic if not predictable game, a challenge for those that seek it

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