Euisik Moon


10 games reviewed
78.9 average score
80 median score
20.0% of games recommended
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Oct 13, 2020

Don’t be fooled by its cute little looks, Plebby Quest: The Crusades is actually a really well made strategy game. You may need some time to get used to if you’ve never played a strategy and planning style games but the game progressively teaches the players what to do as you play along. The theme is pretty simple looking and enjoyable for long sessions. If you’re a super serious gamer, perhaps it may not be the most seriously styled game you’re looking for.

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80 / 100 - Disc Room
Oct 26, 2020

Disc Room requires the players to focus every second of the gameplay. Sometimes you’d even think that the developers want you to suffer and feel pain as if they are enjoying torturing the players because of their lack of skills. But there are still parts where they considered the wide range of players who would try an easier difficulty or apply less violent visuals. Even if you’re not a fan of the bullet-hell genre, give this game a go to. There aren’t much games out there that openly show ‘consideration’ for their players.

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Nov 2, 2020

Necronator: Dead Wrong is a simplified real-time strategy (RTS) simulator. At first you’d think that this looks similar to a typical tower defence game. But honestly, even if you think this way, you would get your ways around playing this game. Since strategy is key, you cannot just spam the most strongest units until the end. Basic understanding of taking one step back to advance more steps is somewhat required. The downside is, once the fundamentals are mastered, most of the later stages become repetitive. Thankfully, developers are considering more playable contents so look out for those updates in the near future.

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Dec 29, 2020

Yumeutsutsu Re:Master elevates the typical Yuri genre dating-sim with its unique plot as the game’s universe becomes more acceptable and normalizes the relationship among female identities. If this fictional novel-like subject matter is to your interest – and if the so-called Girls'-love material is your thing -- then prepare to embrace what's to come after experiencing all the possible endings.

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80 / 100 - Märchen Forest
Jan 25, 2021

The game’s main interests are discovering endless mysteries during the dungeon exploration. Plot of the game shifts dramatically once your main quests in the forest are complete. Once you enter deep underground, It’s as if you’re playing a completely different game. There are plenty of side quests to keep you seated as well. Be careful once you commit to a long session in the dungeons though, as the player can easily get disoriented as the maps for your reference are intentionally hidden away from your grasp.

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Mar 27, 2021

The overall impression of the game makes it look like a complete package for those who may be playing them for the first time. On top of the full bundle including the previous iterations, they’ve managed to add in elements that will improve some quality of life. It still packs quite a challenge that would provide the urge to come up with clever strategies to beat if you decide to go solo. You may take your bet online and try to cooperate with a complete stranger, but the experience won’t always be positive when communications aren’t handled the right way. Even if you’re playing with your best mate, beware of some situations that could potentially leave a mark in your friendship.

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The playable characters in Clan O'Connell and the Crown of the Stag are individually unique and the players must have some reflexes that support the knowledge of what each character is capable of. Although the entire run may feel a bit short, you would give yourself some credit for being able to complete the game with a balanced use of all the playable casts played while switching them in real time. You may feel that there is a lack of ‘new game plus’ or extra content after clearing it for the first time.

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With so many enemies filling the screen, players get to utilize your best weapons and abilities to plow through the enemy forces. Once you keep destroying everything in your path, you’ll get to see the ending relatively easily. Once the first playthrough is done, you can continue to farm for items and level-up your character for more additional content, where some of the strategy elements will kick in while you’re trying to align the perfect shot through the mob of monsters. Some of the gross looking creatures are all expressed in blocky fashion so they aren’t as visually disgusting to some viewers.

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70 / 100 - Wing of Darkness
May 30, 2021

The game starts off with a calm sense of monologue between two heroines, then suddenly transitions into a speedy pace flight shoot’em up. While the plot focuses the player with the story of Clara and Erica, the definitive fun comes from the flight shooter genre itself. If you’re not used to shoot’em ups, it may take some time to practice but once you’re well in training, there are no features that slows down the player so you can enjoy all of the fast paced joy. There is no replay value after seeing the ending so the 2 hour gameplay will feel very short lived.

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90 / 100 - Vivid Knight
Jun 1, 2021

Vivid Knight has implemented the system to focus more on the player’s decisions that would influence the gameplay rather than depending on random chances or luck. The gameplays is not as simple as you’d think but there are plenty of clues and hints that allow you to make careful decisions which eventually will let the player conquer the entire empire. Once your first playthrough is complete, there is a new character who brings in a different strategy from the first and unlocks harder difficulty dungeons for plenty of replay value.

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