Donghun Lee


37 games reviewed
73.9 average score
74 median score
35.1% of games recommended
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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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Feb 14, 2020

'Street Fighter V: Champion Edition' has implemented another layer of depth in strategy with the addition of V-Skill 2 and 4 years of continued adjustments in character balancing. Variety of single player contents and other Customizations from the original title had all carried over and it still reigns as the only unique fighting game title to allow cross-platform online multiplayer.

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Feb 5, 2020

'Granblue Fantasy: Versus' is intended to aim at the hardcore fighting game community but includes variety of single player content which borrows features from a role-playing game standpoint - ability system - to welcome those gamers who may be new to the fighting games scene. These type of single player content allows the learning curve of the fighting game system to be much more linear and straight forward so for the gamers who always wanted to know how great fun a fighting game title could be, this is a one and only opportunity to play a well made fighter.

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Mar 10, 2020

Among many great metrovania-like titles, Ori and the Will of the Wisps has fulfilled all the expectations what may go beyond the current trends from other similar titles. The most up-to-date style of gameplay, visuals, soundtrack, countless amount of collectibles and exploration routes are all ready to be unveiled. It has all the positive aspects from many metrovania-like titles but nothing that stands out as its own unique mechanics. Despite the lack of something new, its atmosphere and experience is a great new addition to be added to the genre.

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Apr 24, 2019

Other than the limits of remastering the visuals of the old classic, there were no disappointments in the gameplay elements at all. With the added convenience on top of the above standard user interface, the gameplay session was much smoother than expected. Unlike the original, the new functionality allows players to pre-set their Gambits as well as forming new License Boards any time you want. Biggest improvement of course is the quick transition between loading times. All in all it’s a positive update well fit for the current generation of consoles.

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86 / 100 - Samurai Shodown
Dec 5, 2019

The Nintendo Switch version of 'Samurai Shodown' has been ported with accuracy with the feels and controls of those from other major platforms to be able to enjoy the gameplay at its fullest. Especially with the fact that the game is more based with high damaging singular strikes rather than button-complex combos is the right fit for a portable console like the Switch. While it's unfortunate that the game wont be at it's most entertaining level to be just playing the single player mode, the Wi-Fi battles will suffice due to the console's intentional design and in regards to being conscious of knowing that the d-pad for the Switch wasn't really designed for fighting games when it comes to for character controls, If you're eager to play traditional style of fighting games, Samurai Shodown fits perfectly as a great purchase candidate.

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Apr 11, 2019

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster is still a competitive title among similar genres. One of the rare games that had voice dubs for almost every dialog in the game. Newly arranged soundtrack is also candy to the ears. The remastered visuals mainly considered for the PS4 is also well presented on the Nintendo Switch, perhaps even slightly better. The main story plot blended with the timeless cinematic is well proven to be one of the highest quality games even to this day in age.

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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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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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Mar 26, 2020

'One step from Eden' delivers fast paced action with various spells and artifacts which could be customized into a personal deck of arsenal. The customization experience is a fresh turn of its genre but it won't be easy to absorb all the multiple aspects of the situations given to the player. Once you're adapted to the intended play style, continous challenges await to provide consistent fun and activities.

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It's certainly going to be a long and tricky climb of proficiency to be able to play mind-games with a human opponent, the combo system has been simplified and has enough single player content to allow new comers to the fighting game genre to enjoy this title. The tutorial actually teaches the basic fundamentals of a 2D fighting game and some insights on what the opponents may think and react to your certain actions. It is a good entry level fighting game which will also help you transition into understanding and playing other fighting game titles.

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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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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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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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May 22, 2021

The original was released back in 2007. Thus Nintendo Switch was more than capable of porting the original in its perfect quality. It utilizes the best feature about the Switch, where you’re able to play 2 player contents with just the single pair of Joycons. Some of the additional music makes this classic arcade shooter even greater than usual. The Nintendo Switch iteration of Raiden IV is well worth the time even after so many years.

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NeoGeo Pocket Color Selection Vol. 1 has 10 of its popular games that were ported to be played on the Nintendo Switch. Each game has different language versions and also emulates the slight differences of the game versions based on certain regions. Some of the contents include 3D renders of the actual game cartridges that you can tilt and turn to see from different angles. Multiplayer features that required the original to have link cables between the two portable machines are now comfortably allowed to be played in local multiplayer. The selected games were rightfully some of the best games at its time so now’s the chance if you weren’t able to live those days back in the era of the OG portable gaming sensation.

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Dec 16, 2021

It’s about time that Deathsmiles I・II had made a comeback. These titles have had one of the highest reputations in the bullet hell genre but their marketing wasn’t really up to par at the time. It’s also a great title to make your entry into this specific genre. Once beating the AI enemies become the norm, you’ll have endless enjoyment in getting the highest score possible as well as comparing your skills with other players around the world. Even if you think you’re not that into bullet hell style of gaming, the amount of consideration that this game pours over the players is something that you’d feel appreciated.

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77 / 100 - Days Gone
Apr 27, 2019

The gameplay elements somehow feels repetitive but the visuals and story keeps the player intact until the end. One biggest flaw is the unstable frame drops and minor glitches that happen along the progression which we hope that it’s something that can be fixed with an optimization patch in the near future. If Sony had put in thought and ambition for this game to be their one of the important promotion titles, they should have considered these technicalities before releasing to the public. The gamers who play these so called ‘major promotion title games’ should have a better experience than the gamers who play these games at a much later date with patches and bug fixes since the original release.

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Jan 15, 2020

The developers have implemented the feedback from loyal fans as they were requesting easier to manage UI rather than specific and detailed controls, due to their decay of reflexes. This had also welcomed some new gamers to this game as a great introductory title of tactical simulation genre. The downside was the constant 'dice roll' features in the game, which may scare away the core fans of simulation games.

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Apr 28, 2019

Machi Knights: Blood Bagos kept their objective of the game to be the most simple as it could be. When players fail in their respective combat, the game will show you why you failed. There are scenarios in battle which tests the player’s reflexes and reactions also their ability to memorize complex patterns. You can somewhat enjoy around 10 hours of gameplay. Sadly there are no additional rewards from playing the same levels over and over.

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