Seokho Lee


9 games reviewed
77.6 average score
80 median score
55.6% of games recommended
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Apr 4, 2021

Monster Hunter is back on the portable platform. While it sacrifices the visuals compared to its predecessor, most of the new elements and performances seem to be optimized for what it's worth. The convenience that naturally comes with the portability is a plus, while it keeps the traditional contents of hunting, farming and multiplayer fun intact. You’ll definitely enjoy the latest iteration of the series to its fullest.

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For obvious reasons, the original game was released a while back, so most of the classic gameplay remains intact while it’s still quite enjoyable for those who enjoy turn based RPGs. Although during the remaster process, the devs considered some modern optimizations which might make more sense to the more recent generation of players. The gameplay and the story was praised as a root of many sequels and is still a great recommendation for the fans of this genre.

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Feb 10, 2021

Persona 5 Strikers packs quite a lot of content for a spin-off to the original (Persona 5). Offers some quality actions as its main gameplay ingredient, fans of the original title will truly appreciate this game and greatly recommend it to be added to their library. If action is not your go to genre, adjusting the difficulty will still allow you to enjoy all the contents, packed with detailed stories to uncover, which is very well woven together that you won't feel guilty with your lowered difficulty. This may be intended for all types of gamers to see the ending without much concern for progress. The story and gameplay isn’t the most traditional method of how the original Persona games were played, but it's definitely going to keep you seated for a good session for Persona fans all round.

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Jan 20, 2021

This game has a highly concentrated amount of all trendy genres such as Rogue-like, Platformer, Action and most importantly, Pixel-art style. Definitely an action packed platformer with smooth controls and for a typical Pixel-art style look, it has decent overall quality of visual effects. Most of the fun comes from how you level up your main character, Skul. Due to its mixed nature of genres, it lacks to say what's so unique about the game but you won't be dissapointed for what you'd expect as a fan of this said genre.

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45 / 100 - Cyberpunk 2077
Dec 14, 2020

Unless you have the absolute highest-end PC, you won't yet get to experience Cyberpunk 2077 to its fullest potential. What’s more drastic is that the console versions of the game have concerning amounts of glitches, to the point where it's more appropriate to be described as an incomplete product on arrival. Of course, if these technical shenanigans weren’t an eyesore, it would have been on the level of pleasing many types of gamers out there. For now, you should probably stay away from attempting to play the console versions.

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One of the best fitness related video games for those who live in the era of decreasing access to exercise. The motion controls of Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise is not always going to be perfect, but as you progress with the virtual trainer commanding, you will physically level-up at every step of this fitness adventure. The fact that you won’t have to stress too much about creating unwanted noise for your neighbors (and being able to produce the most out of the space in your bedroom) is a gigantic advantage in comparison to other physical activity games.

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Nov 9, 2020

With positive context, it’s an ‘another Assassin’s Creed game’. The visuals have definitely improved to follow suit with the latest generation of console. Can’t say that it has received any revolutionary updates since the prequel, but for the fans who were waiting for a ‘new Assassin’s Creed game’, it’s a good game that fills your satisfactory expectations nonetheless.

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80 / 100 - Buried Stars
Aug 24, 2020

The Korean developers of Buried Stars intended to show the reality of struggles that Korea is currently facing the ‘popularity culture’. The current status of anonymous acts over the internet culture as well as the shades over the popularity contest (such as being a celebrity) is the main focus of the game’s story plot. The game shows some of the best illustrations and visuals and the contents are well designed to cover up some of the little nitpicks here and there.

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60 / 100 - Persona 5 Royal
Mar 4, 2020

It’s really difficult to find a game that has the best combat system, pool of characters, story plot, visuals and audio all in the right balance. This turn based JRPG is one of the textbooks of its own genre. But we are reviewing the expansion pack here, which happens to be the same full price as its original. This clearly is the only ‘thumbs down’ of this review.

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