YoonJeong Kwon


14 games reviewed
75.5 average score
80 median score
28.6% of games recommended
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Oct 2, 2021

Melty Blood: Type Lumina's origins have never been officially released in Korea. So the reality is that the game is really for those who are already familiar with the original story and characters, as this title won't justify the full arc of the plot. But still, the game is more like a reboot of the existing fighting game and those who aren't really into competitive fighting games can still enjoy all the single player contents within the game. As this is their first initiative in Korean localization, it provides hopes of streamlining the Type-Moon franchise to have a place in Korea.

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Sep 26, 2021

For the Nintendo Switch owners, who also happen to be fans of Dragonball Z franchise, one of the best of all has now become available for the popular handheld. New addition of difficulty adjustments allow you to enjoy the game as close as the original manga’s anointed amount of power levels for each character and new story contents will let you extend the play time up to 50 hours of gameplay. But if you’re new to the immense world of DBZ, there will be several obstacles that may bring some disappointments. It’s a fitting game to remind you of the grand sentiments that you felt from the original animated series.

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7 / 10.0 - Ayo the Clown
Jul 29, 2021

Ayo the Clown is a proud introduction of the developer, Cloud M1. Even with repetitive play styles, the 8 unique locations provide delicate appeals of each other and the motivation to push forward with upgrades along the progression. The character design may seem like ‘a mistake’ and doesn’t really give that sense of it being a reputable main character, though these guys are definitely fans of platformers and their experiences were translated into a decent work of art. It’s fair to say that their sequels and future works are greatly anticipated.

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8 / 10.0 - Cris Tales
Jul 19, 2021

While the cinematic procedures required some aspects of time travel - which also is part of the combat in this game, it has been well presented as it was mostly inspired from many existing JRPG titles. Some of the dialogues are not recommended to be skipped as there is no other way to determine the outcome of the given context. Customization of equipment also feels a bit lackluster. Despite these little hiccups, it would serve to become a genre pioneer for tags such as ‘Cris Tales like’ games due to its uniqueness in mechanism among many other RPGs out there. Visuals that look like popup artbooks and fully voiced dialogues allow you to enjoy it to the fullest.

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7 / 10.0 - Bouncing Hero
Jul 5, 2021

Your controls are bound to the simple mechanics of always being on a pogo stick. So there are some tricky situations that you’ll never get to experience in a conventional platformer. The bouncing mechanic truly brings out some specific skill and understanding to the game’s flow. Since the game is also available and easy to access on the mobile version, there is no real reward for it to be on the Nintendo Switch.

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While the Nintendo Switch version of the game has a slightly downgraded visual resolutions and frame rate than other platforms, Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIV: Diplomacy and Strategy Expansion Pack Bundle has a clever, possibly even smarter set of controls and accessibility with the addition of the touch and swipe screen function. But this was only possible because the game’s usual detailed strategy customization has become simplified. The Diplomacy and Strategy Expansion Pack adds more in-depth content but doesn’t highlight some of the butterfly effects of certain strategic decisions. Still an enjoyable game to those who expect complex drama and human interactions sprouting from different tactical outcomes.

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87 / 100 - QV
Nov 21, 2020

What’s refreshing is the fact that in QV, there are minor usages of recycling of the same puzzle mechanics as you advance the stages, thus all the stage encounters feel unique and challenging. Multiple difficulty levels and unique achievements to unlock brings in replay value to the fullest. Style and artwork delivers the crisp and cool vibe from the main menu screen to the ending. This value for money puzzle game has more than enough value in this fully diverse package of contents.

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Aug 6, 2020

Within the collection package, there are so many back stories and contents that if you’re a true fan of the series, they surely are all worth checking out. The most interactive feature would be the graphical enhancement of HD scaling which allows some of the older Samurai Shodown games to feel like you’re playing them at a higher resolution. This game may not be the best Samurai Showdown or at least the fighting game experience you’ll get if this was your first ever interaction of the genre. There are no elements that would teach you the game to get good at when played against other fighting game players. So it’s best to be purchased if you’re a fan of this classic title. Sadly, the game only provides localizations of the menus, thus you would require a little knowledge in the foreign language game to perfectly understand the story elements of the 7 Samurai Shodown games in this package.

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Back in 2017, a couple of Bayonetta games were released on PC and this Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle includes both games, added in some fixes and additional elements with Korean localization and then re-released after 10 years since the original. The gameplay does not disappoint even compared to some of the modern action games and if you play through the easier modes, the gameplay experience will still be at its best form for those who may lack any advanced control scheme of the game. They may have not added new contents for the modern consoles but the affordable pricing for two games in one is already a decent value as a bundled package.

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80 / 100 - Filament
May 24, 2020

Filament is a great puzzle game that revolves around a certain space craft. Once you understand the basics, the developer intentions of pouring down difficult puzzles may feel a bit overwhelming. But once you understand the purpose of these puzzles required to be solved, you’ll deeply interact with the story of the game. The mystery elements you resolve after each puzzle is very rewarding and motivates you to soldier on even further.

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