Seulki Lee


17 games reviewed
72.2 average score
70 median score
35.3% of games recommended
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70 / 100 - Sacred Stones
Dec 30, 2019

While it's a boss-rush style game where there aren't much memorable moments to remember by the end of the game, but you will still enjoy each encounter to the fullest. The boss patterns are very simple and watered down in difficulty, but the strategy you come across in the first glimpse are usually accurate and very satisfying when they're effective against each boss. The seamless encounters without separate loading times are a plus in assisting the mood and atmosphere. It's very well rounded boss-rush style game which is a great introductory title for those who never experienced this specific genre of the game. The price value for the gameplay is well and acceptable.

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Jul 16, 2021

While it’s unfortunate that the entire playtime is quite short, the enriched story plot and light puzzle elements make the time worthwhile. It was fun to engage an expanding world during progression, as well as the well constructed campaign so that the players don’t have to experience repetitive aspects within the game. For those who want to spend a productive 1 to 2 hours of gaming, this is the one for you.

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7 / 10.0 - Klang 2
Oct 20, 2021

The sequel to Klang has sacrificed the platformer to bring in a more precise rhythmic action genre. It may not have the unique experience like the first one, but the collaboration with popular EDM artists have made them focus on the new challenges, which resulted in proving that they can conjure a cool rhythm game for everyone to enjoy. Since they’ve come back with a more approachable genre to the masses, the sequel may give you enough hype to backtrack and experience the original game as well.

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If you’re looking for some chill and generic action-adventure experience, Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood is a perfect title to get by. It’s still enjoyable even while you’re trying to kill some time since the straight forward upgrade system makes minimum stress in developing strategies along the way. Unfortunately, most of the interactions were pretty typical and even when the plot thickens, the production quality wasn't as eye opening to be deemed very memorable. Most of the fun comes from the emphasis of the mechanics which allows you to transmorph into different wolf forms and switch some of the action into tactical infiltration. Since the game’s idea is fresh and promising, If they’re planning a sequel, we expect great improvements from the developers.

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60 / 100 - Overpass
Mar 6, 2020

The developers of Overpass have put in massive efforts to make the game's value as high as a Triple-A title. Unfortunately, the expectations were way too high and it didn't really fulfill the satisfactory level of implementations. There's definitely a demands for games that require you to put in endless effort and time into, but some of the game's achievements do not really justify the time you would invest into, nor provide further encouragement to continue on. At least this game is another gem in its genre due to its rarity between other similar titles. It serves as a good influence for any follow up games that are planned to be released in the 'racing game' genre family.

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60 / 100 - Family Trainer
May 12, 2021

You can’t really expect this game to give you full fitness advice or before and after results as the in-game messages don't really deliver much motivation since there is no monitoring of how much calories were burned from your exercise. It will still provide the full body workout experience regardless since you’re literally moving your entire body to play the game. Some of the control schemes force the player to be as accurate as possible to the examples given, otherwise some of the simple movements may not be as simple as it reads. At least it does provide some sense of fun and competition when two players get together and try to beat each other's scores.

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Apr 7, 2020

The game is most suitable for children who want to experience their first interactive video game. The simplest of things like tilting the analog stick to move the character or pressing a button to jump will be a the most fascinating thing to excite the children who would be using a gaming controller for the first time. Unfortunately, the game being way too simplistic may deter the value of the title and lacks in much needed localization to show consideration among children around the globe.

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