Seongho Moon


17 games reviewed
65.3 average score
60 median score
11.8% of games recommended
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70 / 100 - Mary Skelter 2
Feb 10, 2020

If you have the guts to play through some dark and intense story of a distopia, it's got some substantial value as a DRPG genre. If you're into the characters and voice actors of Kei Nanameda, it will be a bonus. The game doesn't really cater for convenience so if you can withstand some challenging mechanics, it's definitely worth a try.

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Feb 13, 2020

High quality, high speed action. Moderate storyline but senstational soundtrack. There were concerns of a scare factor if the title implemented something totally new, but thankfully, it delivered 'what Ys is known for'. The only complaint - if we were to be picky - would be the standard looking graphics.

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Apr 14, 2020

Ys: Memories of Celceta is a fast paced ARPG. Although it has been optimized into full HD resolution with 60fps, it will take some time for your eyes to get used to the new graphic vibe. If you're a long running fan of the Ys series, you can add another fun element of trying to find 'what has changed' from the 4th installment of the Ys title.

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Jun 8, 2020

It’s a must play title as an ARPG fan. Other than some of the visual expressions, there isn’t much to nitpick about. The story progression is very solid and the ending will leave you with some emotional lingering if you were concentrating on the plot throughout the whole game. Explosive action, fun and appealing characters are some of the highlights of this game. We welcome you to join Adol and Dana in their adventures towards Eresia.

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60 / 100 - Ys Origin
Oct 20, 2020

If you’re a fan of the Ys series, this one’s a must have to get to know the past of the first initial game that started all this. There are many questionable elements which may serve as an obstacle for some of the modern gamers so you would have to be a true fan of the game as well as having the heart to play classic retro games to be able to endure most of them. At least with its affordable pricing, it’s not a bad game to play on the go.

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Another great ‘Spider-man game’ for those who know what I’m talking about. Technically, the game itself is a spin-off from the original so there aren’t too many elements that are to be deemed as improvements, but it kept all the positive technicalities and successfully debuted the new Spider-man, Miles Morales.

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50 / 100 - I Am Setsuna
Nov 9, 2020

If you lived in the era of SNES JRPGs and truly understand the definition of how classic games were meant to be played, the detailed stories and music will at least shield you through most of the ‘stuff you had to endure’ back then.

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Nov 15, 2020

An affordable game with a full character dialog dub is a rare combination, but an RPG that tried its best to bring you as much contents it can, the pricing of just under $20 and especially if you were a fan of their original game, it’s well worth the spend to explore the stories of your favorite characters. The only nitpicks would be where the game’s UI could have taken more advantage of the Nintendo Switch’s key features.

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The series tradition of scavenging for items and conjuring materials and tools with alchemy has become far more ideal and enjoyable. The plot however, felt like a quick patch up of leftover question marks from the prequel. As a fan, It still packs a wholesome gameplay experience, as you get to discover what happened to all the characters in the 3 years since the first adventure.

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Whether you’re a hardcore Falcom fan or a diehard follower of the ‘Trails’ series, this is the right time to get started with The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Kai. This may be the JRPG which may convert you into a fan in no time. Since the full ‘Trails’ universe promises to become much greater as the story develops, this series will let you know what kind of world you’re getting yourself into. Packed with content and plots to uncover, alongside plenty of side quests to complete as well. Please beware that you’ll eventually notice several repeated character animations and even cringe worthy production value, so take care of your eyes and mind to have enough capacity to absorb them with a grain of salt as you play through.

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