Gyeongcheon Min

23 games reviewed
73.5 average score
70 median score
43.5% of games recommended
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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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