Abraham Kobylanski


40 games reviewed
81.0 average score
80 median score
41.0% of games recommended
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Devilishly good stories and beautiful haunting visuals in a cool dark fantasy world overcome the bland combat.

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Feb 5, 2024

Phantom Brigade does one thing really well that sets it apart, but that one thing is all it has going for it.

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Jan 11, 2024

It mostly whiffs on its greatest ambitions, but the world is intriguing enough that I'd like to see more of it.

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Nov 28, 2023

It's wickedly creepy, romantic, and stylish, and it should have any lovers of narrative games under its spell.

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Nov 11, 2023

The exterior is old and rusty, but where it counts, the machine has the integrity to win the war.

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An entertaining finish that decisively delivers the consequences of your many decisions.

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Episode 4 hits with a meaningful and novel flashback and brings a fascinating new character onboard, but the new developments are a reminder of how much was squandered in the earlier installments.

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A reflective episode provides hope for the rest of the series at its halfway point.

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Sep 13, 2023

It's like a D&D campaign with a DM who has a funky imagination and still manages to make you think, laugh and cry all at the same time, and it's utterly unforgettable in all the best ways.

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Episode 2 shows consequences starting to develop from previous decisions, but whether you'll remember them is still waiting until next time.

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It's an okay start to the series, but with how little there is in Episode 1, more is needed to find out if the right decisions were made.

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Aug 1, 2023

A legendary, ancient series is back and better than ever with more firepower and personality than Tom Cruise, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Daniel Craig rolled into one.

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These games are unquestionably improved in this package, but while they're fine, they don't do enough to build on the games from the first collection.

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You'd think a game that advertises eating monsters would at least make for some bizarre fun, but the premise becomes trapped in a slow roguelike whose eyes are too big for its stomach.

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Three awesome games make for one great collection of games featuring a unique battle system and an iconic video games hero.

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Paranormasight wants to put on a horror show but is too goofy to realize how scary it could be.

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Unscored - Wild Hearts
Feb 13, 2023

Wild Hearts is shaping up to be another great monster-hunting title that suffers the most from obvious comparisons to the well-established Monster Hunter series. The developers have promised that DLC is on the way in the coming months with more kemono and karakuri, and it’s all going to be free with no paid updates in the plans (not yet, at least), so even after you’ve finished the base game, there’ll be more to bring you back to Azuma. It’s an impressive effort all around, with a world that continually beckons hunters to return for more. Gear up, for the hunt is on!

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It was 2006's game of the year for a reason, and though this version is still missing something, it's great to have such an essential game made easily available again.

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Jan 4, 2023

It's a rich and beautiful world to hunt for treasure in, but enjoyable exploration is interrupted by combat that fails to evoke the same sense of wonder.

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Dec 20, 2022

A pioneering game of Square's vaunted library of strategy RPGs gets a worthy update that keeps Front Mission's anti-war spirit alive.

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