Donghun Lee


31 games reviewed
74.1 average score
74 median score
32.3% of games recommended
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70 / 100 - R-Type Final 2
May 2, 2021

The overall games development environment has evolved into something completely different since the early 2000s. Even with the industry being vastly revamped throughout time, the developers of R-Type Final 2 had made sure that they keep their core design without having to surrender to any uncertainties they might face when being developed for the modern consoles. They may not have been able to satisfy every gamers but if you’re a long running fan of the series, it was well worth the wait to see another 90s classic auto-scrolling style shooter making a comeback.

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Apr 25, 2021

We could tell that the developers definitely focused on aiming for the niche genre. The main structure of the game is strictly designed based on the keyboard typing mechanism, where the players can adjust the difficulty as they progress. Needless to say, they weren’t over extending when they chose the concept of the game’s promotion to look like educational material. Few nitpicks involve inconsistent frame drops, error on recognizing certain Korean key inputs and minor glitch appearances from few interactions. Perhaps it may be better to wait for some of the quality of life updates to be finalized before purchasing this game.

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If you’re already eyeing on purchasing additional merchandise of Laid-Back Camp, this is the best and the first one you should be getting. It includes the original soundtracks and voice clips of the actors. It’s a bit weird to categorize it as a game as it has limited content and nothing in terms of easter eggs or hidden properties, but since the main concept of the original series is strictly ‘camping’, it definitely serves its purpose. Unless you’re a fan of Laid-Back Camp, you don't have to contemplate on planning to own this in the first place.

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The sole purpose of this iteration of The King of Fighters game is to fully extend and evolve the possibilities and limits of the original ‘KOF 2002’ to its maximum potential. Rightfully so, KOF 2002 UM is one of the hardest KOF titles to master. Compared to many of the modern fighting games, the physical execution of special moves and combos have a very tight window to accurately pull off. For the serious competitors, the most difficult discipline is to try and play all of the 66 available characters, recognize each and every attack and defensive pattern, then improvise their capabilities until you can mix them into a psychological battle once you get to play against another human player. The PS4 version of the game has an improved online netcode which technically tries its best to emulate an offline gameplay experience, hence minimizing any input response delays. Out of all the available platforms, the PS4 version of the game is the most optimal version to play on.

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30 / 100 - Shing!
Jan 23, 2021

Developers of 'Shing!' praises their title as what could be the future of all arcade style beat'em-ups. As expected, the game requires fast reactions of the players in control of their characters, who will then be rewarded with seamless action and enemy encounters. Even with its old-school spirit, some of the meaningless conversation dialogs and confused enemy AI may feel a little lackluster and could defuse the intensity build up you've created along the way. In the Nintendo Switch version, we could notice some minor glitches during progress and struggles to display optimal frames-per-second visuals which made it difficult to enjoy all the combos and juggles. What's worse was when entering stage 6B, you'll encounter an inevitable error in the Switch version(v1.0.06), which wouldn't allow the players to see the game's ending.

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The PS4 version of Mobile Suit Gundam Extreme VS. MaxiBoost ON allows legacy controls which is a great consideration of the fans of this long running series. With decent online playability, it truly brings the arcade feeling at the comfort of your own gaming room. The console only content, namely ‘MaxiBoost Mission’ is a great tool for players to learn and improve on the game’s competitive element. Since the core design of the game is human interaction in terms of competition and showing off the best skills, if you’re a single player gamer at heart, it may not be the best Gundam game of your choice.

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Jun 12, 2020

If you’re an owner of a PS4 console, this is a must have game. The visuals easily push through the limitations of the PS4 and the mysterious yet interactive chain reactions of all characters throughout the story is something you must experience as a gamer. The perfect balance between action and plot is well designed until the very end. There are many adjustable options for everyone to enjoy.

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May 13, 2020

It’s a definitive revival of the popular Streets of Rage game as a form of a new sequel. The idea of always being either ganged up or going against an overpowered AI opponent is a blessing and a curse as you try to find the best character that’s suitable for every situation. As you raise the bar on difficulty, it feels as if the number of enemies doubles up, where your normal strategies may become useless once you try to play through the game by yourself. It remains questionable if the game is designed to be fair to the newcomers but it’s an acceptable challenge for the long running fans of the series.

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Apr 17, 2020

Although it may not be the title to reboot the genre, Super Pixel Racers includes all the elements from renowned top-view arcade racing games. Endless challenges await in its single player content and the split-screen multiplayer is a good sign to say that this game qualifies as a party game to be played with your friends as well.

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Apr 10, 2020

TT isle of man 2 might not stand out from other similar titles or satisfy the speedsters who expect an arcade style racing game but the sequel has definitely been improved from the original. TT series games can actually let you experience how much of a realistic and dangerous motor racing it could be by the fantastic visual and audio effects when you've hit top speed. Career mode will give you the closest experience of being a competitive racer and most motorbike enthusiats will appreciate the detail the game has implemented.

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