Gyeongcheon Min


11 games reviewed
73.6 average score
70 median score
45.5% of games recommended
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8 / 10.0 - Embr
Jan 8, 2022

With Embr, you get to be in the shoes of a firefighter. The game allows up to 4 players in multiplayer and various modes that support it. One tedious bit is that you need to grind the game for a while to earn in-game currency in order to actually extend more features. There's also noticeable frame drops throughout gameplay. Other than the technical hiccups, the game is well fit for all ages to enjoy.

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The game features the actions and activities of the all-female squad under the Principality of Zeon. The progression of the game feels as if you’re watching the original anime, which has quite the bright personality and elements to it. Since the game is technically based from the Mobile Suit Gundam Battle Operation 2, the variety of the Mobile Suits and the roots are still the same as the original. It also supports the cross over elements from the original game’s save file which allows extra contents to both sides of the game so this game was definitely planned since the development of Battle Operation 2. You’ll be getting the most excitement out of the game when the control scheme becomes a bit more getting used to, so it’s also a good idea to have a go at Battle Operation 2 beforehand, which is available to play for free.

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8 / 10.0 - Demon Gaze EXTRA
Dec 5, 2021

It’s been 8 years since its original release and has been revived with an upgraded content with its righteous title to reflect its new beginning as ‘EXTRA’. Extra graphics, soundtrack and system has all been powered up for the better gameplay experience. If you’re into Dungeon crawlers similar to ‘Wizardry’, or haven’t even delved into it’s genre, it’s a great introductory title to act as a stepping stone into the grand world of RPGs

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8 / 10.0 - Tails of Iron
Nov 13, 2021

Tails of Iron tried its best to oppose the stereotypes of ‘Souls-like games are always hard’. Still it’s merit heavily relies on precise and reactive combat, it definitely feels more of a breeze than the traditional Souls-like titles out there. The story of a forgotten decedent, trying to rebuild its kingdom is very touching and boosts the heartfelt sincerity with the help of its colorful illustrations and graphics. If you’ve never tried or feared to play a Souls-like genre in the past, perhaps this game was meant for you. Could be a gateway to a new perspective to this style of genre.

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Nov 1, 2021

Creature in the well has creatively mixed the Pinball genre with hack-n-slashers. But due to the overall simplistic design, the creativity doesn’t quite last long until the end. For those who wanted to try out something fresh, other than traditional dungeon crawlers, it’s definitely worth trying it out.

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7 / 10.0 - FORECLOSED
Sep 1, 2021

Foreclosed is set in a cyberpunk-like dystopian future. The idea of a graphic novel style gameplay is pretty unique but the in-game mechanics that don’t really resolve the expectations was a bit of a let down.

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Aug 9, 2021

This is the final installation of the Mary Skelter series. While it’s unfortunate that there hasn’t been much of a retouch since the previous title, the new storyline makes up for it all. If you’re a true fan who’ve been following since its beginning, this is your chance to check out the true ending of the epic tale. This new story continues from the ending of the last title, so if you haven’t experienced the earlier days of the story, make sure to check out the ‘Before Story’ segment to fill you up on its past.

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Jul 4, 2021

The game allows the player to come up with creative alchemy combinations and explore the possibilities into new discoveries and problem solving. The immense amount of possible results may be the downside element of the game. The auto-save feature is a bit unreliable in critical situations. The UI isn’t quite user friendly due to the complex mechanism of the alchemy. If you’re going to try and complete every alchemy combination, bosses and sub-quests, it will roughly take around 7 hours to complete the game.

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Jun 11, 2021

If you lived in the era of the 80’s and 90’s arcade games by Capcom, this is a must have collection. While its lack of online co-op is questionable, the offline experience allows its individual games’ maximum player capacity. This means you can invite your friends over for some old school retro gaming action. Some of the new features include player eccentric settings and modern user interface for a more flexible gameplay experience. All of the games are gems of the past including Progear, a port into the modern consoles since 20 years from its original release.

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May 14, 2021

The previous rendition of RE was a spicy mix of horror reboot. This time, they’ve watered down the spice a tiny bit and engineered some ‘action’ into the mix. The end result was that those who weren’t courageous enough to face the horror genre, was now able to experience the latest iteration of Resident Evil and get a taste of what it has to offer. The puzzle and exploration is much more rewarding and less of a headache this time around. With plenty of bonus contents to dig up including the past history of ‘The Baker Incident Report’, If you’re a fan of Resident Evil, you won’t be disappointed.

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Apr 13, 2021

Imagine if you can enjoy both the rhythm and metrovania style games in one? They made it possible with Songbird Symphony. The game features characters with luscious graphics and beautiful storytelling to back it up. Although there are action packed sequences, the visuals aren't as violent as it seems, which makes it the perfect game for gamers of all ages.

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