Donghun Lee


37 games reviewed
73.9 average score
74 median score
35.1% of games recommended
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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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6 / 10.0 - Taito Milestones
Apr 14, 2022

Taito Milestones is a collection of arcade games selected from Arcade Archives, which includes some classics from the 1980’s Taito developed games. All games were ported perfectly and the best part is that the package is way more affordable than purchasing them individually. Due to the timeline of these old classic’s existence, the main audience of these games were aimed at gamers in their 40s. Although all games were great, it’s not the definitive top 10 of their 1st party developments. Since its purpose was only catered to Taito fans, it’s a well thought out movement to represent Taito branding with their calculated plans of optimal human resources put into the project. But in all honesty, these types of collections may even deny any future potential of expansion of their original IP.

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60 / 100 - Code Shifter
Feb 11, 2020

Code Shifter is a simple action genre which has some cameo appearance from other ArcSystem Works characters. If you're not sure of the original source of the game, it will take some time to absord all the insider quotes. Prepare for some utter confusion if you play this without much preparation.

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The most affordable fighting game on the Nintendo Switch, yet it only provides typical modes to play against the AI and no online multiplayer mode in sight, Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe fails to deliver the value for the fighting game fans to even think about purchasing this game. Surprisingly, the battle mechanics are very polished and learning the combo mechanics can be a fun challenge for those who seek complex and accurate executions required in flashy combos. But in the end, will that be satisfying enough?

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Mar 27, 2020

Panzer Dragoon: Remake has made its revival for its hardcore fans. We may not get to experience the same hype when the original was released, but definitely carries the volume to provide another run down the emotional hype train. While it could be worth a permanent spot in your Nintendo Switch, if you weren't a loyal fan of this series, it could be questionable. Compared to modern games that come with unlockables, bonus content and easter eggs, there's only one cycle of play through with relatively short storyline.

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Mar 28, 2020

The retail price may not justify the amount of gameplay time that will satisfy the experience to the fullest but Bubble Bobble 4 Friends features a series first, 4 player simultaneous multiplayer. The Bubble Bobble franchis has had a national impact in the heart of gamers who lived through the Korean arcade culture. Those gamers will welcome the bonus feature of the original first iteration of the franchise. Another great family fun game great for parties and gatherings.

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Apr 2, 2020

Playing the 'Strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' allows the player to play through its original story with some interactivity elements. It may require some of your memorization skills to get you going, but that's really about it. The popularity of this literature title is the key ingredent of the game, yet it's also could be a case of some negative factors, being that there is nothing 'new' to the plot. For those who aren't familiar with reading may not have the best intended experience.

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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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May 23, 2019

Wonder Boy Returns Remix tries to keep its original game’s feel all while adding features to reconsider the new players delving into the game for the first time. For those returning players who wanted to reminisce the old days may feel a bit incomplete but the simplistic design of this game’s mechanic is proven to be welcome even after 30 years since the original release.

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This is an optimized home port of the original, which now supports stereo music, stage selection and especially allowing up to 99 credits which provides a much flexible accessibility. It’s the highest priced game developed by City Connection but still shows some parts where the sound cuts off but, you’ll still get to experience the 2D sprites by Taito of the classic era, using the lock on lasers to play in your own difficulty and such. It’s also the first Rayforce game with an official online leaderboard, which makes it even special than it is.

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Apr 1, 2022

Big Bang Pro Wrestling can be played with two action buttons combined with any of the four directions. These button combinations bring back the styles of a retro video game. Story is as simple as a hero trying to fight their way to become a champion and grasp the champion belt in the end. There’s really no need to read through the instruction manuals as the game is designed to be simple and includes some exquisite characters with unique personalities. It's a decent game to meet with friends and probably last about a couple of hours of entertainment.

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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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Jan 30, 2020

Bookbound Brigade has a unique lore which includes some sense of humor which originates from Italy. To understand the full context of the story, gamers may require to go through each of the character backgrounds but the overall layout of the game allows new players to progress without having to concern about having to study the lore.

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Mar 13, 2020

The game has an innteresting mix of genres which involves aqua motorsports and shooting action. Kandagawa Jet Girls tries to push this unbalanced mixture all while allowing the gamers to fully customize their characters and their 'Jets' till their hearts desire. Variety of different modes somewhat allows this overwhelming experiment into a bucket of creative ideas, which at least provides some much needed gameplay hours.

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70 / 100 - Bleeding Edge
Mar 24, 2020

Bleeding Edge has the typical multiplayer fun that's built-in by default. Wide range of playable characters allow the gamers to spend plenty of time in theory-crafting their strategies. On the other hand, the depth of the lore doesn't really attach those characters to the back story as much. While the game relies on gathering with other players to battle, it's also the only content worth mentioning as many of the other aspects lack in standing out.

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Mar 29, 2020

It's a casual fishing game for those who were looking forward to a simulator like experience. Fishing gurus might be a little dissapointed for lack of realism but Fishing Star World Tour excels at the tug-o-war process between the player and the fishing line struggle. The production quality may lack a bit of tension but most of the visuals are straight forward with showing fishing points and other environments. The most fisherman-like experience would be when you hold the Joycon controller like a fishing rod.

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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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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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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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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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