Oto Schultz


26 games reviewed
75.6 average score
78 median score
65.4% of games recommended
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Have you ever wondered, what would've happened, if you gave a multiverse unlocking tool to an infantile sponge? Well, even though SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake doesn't really reinvent the basic formula of its predecessor, it at least aims to answer that very question! This vibrantly colourful collection of teleportation-requiring adventures of the inseparable duo surely brings back a ton of memories. Get ready, because SpongeBob, Patrick, and the Bikini Bottom gang are back with a multiuniversal bang and a whole bunch of wishing bubbles!

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4 / 10.0 - Do Not Open
Jan 20, 2023

It seems like Do Not Open had set up itself for a failure with just its name alone' After a quick glance you might expect an exciting escape room VR experience, which is unfortunately not true. This horror-less, VR-less, empty shell of a rushed game is extremely short, lacks any polish and painfully bores me to my core. At the current stage, not opening it is the only viable option!

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7 / 10.0 - High on Life
Dec 23, 2022

Squanch Games created by Justin Roiland presents us with a new, beautifully absurd sci-fi adventure, filled with his signature humor choices (just look at the game premise and its name), goofy characters, and extremely inventive game design. If you love the likes of Rick and Morty you'll surely love the direction this offensively brilliant game goes. Sure, there are some performance issues and sometimes you wonder if this is just an average shooter but then you realize you're playing a game with TALKING GUNS!!!

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8.5 / 10.0 - Hell Pie
Dec 21, 2022

Nate is the Demon of Bad Taste and as it is 'one of the most horrific deadly sins' (for like two people in the world), he is summoned by the very Satan, to collect all the necessary ingredients for his birthday pie. Hence the confusingly hilarious name that perfectly summarizes the plot of Hell Pie. This disgustingly wonderful 3D platforming adventure will not only make you search unique worlds to complete Devils shopping list, but it will most definitely make you gag too, laugh out loud quite a lot, and also offer a hellish kind of challenge.

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8.5 / 10.0 - LEGO Bricktales
Oct 12, 2022

Lego Bricktales is the type of game that completely fills you with nostalgic joy. Every time you go into the building mode it feels like opening a new lego set you just bought. Every time you jumble around the world it feels like playing with all your Legos in you tiny kids' bedroom. This game made me think hard about the physics-based Lego construction work I had to do and motivated me to think outside of the 'blocks'. It's fun, addicting, full of great humor and despite minor issues I had with the game, I must recommend this to every Lego fan.

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5 / 10.0 - LEGO Brawls
Sep 30, 2022

After the success of Lego Brawls on the Apple Arcade subscription service, porting it for all major consoles and PC seemed like the next logical step. However, after I played with the game for a while and found out its pricing, I couldn't root for it anymore. Even though there are wonderful plasticky ideas and I almost laughed my bricky bottom off while playing with my partner, it still plays like a mobile game priced as a AAA title.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Thymesia
Sep 26, 2022

Plague infested Thymesia is a moody soulslike title, filled with only the most aggressive of moves and relentlessly badass playstyle. If you master the quick pace of sword slashes, parries, claw attacks and dodge without panic in your fingers, you won't be able to take a break from the satisfaction every successful duel gives you. Occasionally the game stumbles, but the epidemic atmosphere, badass protagonist and most importantly the visceral combat, will suck you back in right away!

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Aug 12, 2022

Way of the Hunter is a brilliant hunting simulator that offers the most authentic of hunting experiences, intended not only for skilled enthusiasts but for amateurs alike. This Slovak gem will teach you a whole bunch of interesting facts, give you hunting insight and make you fell in love with beautiful American nature. Fare well hunters!

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8.5 / 10.0 - MADiSON
Jul 26, 2022

When you're looking for a good psychological horror released in the last decade, Madison is more than a decent place to start. It surely has its cringy dialogue moments, but with a good pair of headphones, this game will make you scream like a baby, swear at every jumpscare and most of all you'll utterly hate instant cameras.

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Jul 12, 2022

25th anniversary of Klonoa brings the long-lost series back to our cozy game libraries and gives us chance to defeat nightmares of Phantomile and Lunatea once more. Klonoa and his friends look in 4K and 60FPS more beautiful than ever and the remastered textures, sounds and this 2,5D experience will bring nostalgic tears to your eyes. However, 25 years of technological advance has shown its toll on the game and sometimes you will have to push through some not very pleasant moments.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Salt and Sacrifice
Jun 21, 2022

Being sequel to a critically acclaimed title is always a hardcore task. Salt and Sacrifice didn't exceed the expectations, nor did it fail. It captures the essence of soulslike genre with hand drawn graphics exceptionally well but suffers due to a whole bunch of required backtracking and some questionable developer decisions.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Blackwind
Apr 21, 2022

Have you ever wondered, how playable would be a mixture of James Cameron's story from Avatar and God of War's hack & slash mechanics? Because Blackwind offers you just this experience, wrapped in a janky camera, poor voice acting and borderline boring gameplay. Oh, and there are cool mech suits too'

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Skywalker saga is a blocky nostalgic masterpiece that not only outbuilt every Lego game ever but perfected the established formula. Due to the ambition of reimagining all nine movies, the story sometimes suffers. However, it never fails to rekindle the child inside of you and gently persuades you into buying yet another Lego set.

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6 / 10.0 - Undungeon
Mar 9, 2022

Undungeon is a visually breath-taking game that unfortunately suffers from lack of actual game content in favour of overcomplicated world building. The combat is clunky, there is way too much text to read and thanks to ridiculous damage scaling mechanic the difficulty is nerve racking. And that's a shame, because developers created a intimidating, sci-fi wasteland world, sprinkled with rich lore.

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8 / 10.0 - Gran Turismo 7
Mar 2, 2022

If you searched for synonyms to racing simulator genre, Gran Turismo 7 would surely come up first. New game plays it safe, and you get exactly what you pay for. Stunning graphics, great simulation mechanics, huge amount of car alterations and humongous number of cars themselves. There is lot to see and experience but unfortunately a lot to read too. After many races I can tell you that career is good enough, but Music Rally was my jam (pun intended).

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10 / 10.0 - Elden Ring
Feb 23, 2022

Elden Ring is the embodiment of From Software's best work yet. Top-notch quality of another huge soulslike adventure persists, especially in the cryptically epic story cowritten by George R. R. Martin and in the ingeniously vast and visually stunning world of Lands Between that sets the new standard for open world games. And of course, you can expect a lot of dying, rolling, and rage-quitting. Elden Ring is a must play for every fan, but it also makes so many good steps towards accessibility for greater audience.

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8 / 10.0 - Sifu
Feb 11, 2022

Sifu made me regequit handful of times and yet it quickly became one of my favorites, especially thanks to its bald and punishing learning curve, that pushes you into mastering all sorts of moves and combos. French studio Sloclap delivers a typical revenge story, that is wrapped in a clever level design and excellent gameplay mechanics.

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Five Nights At Freddy's: Security Breach is the newest addition to the fans' favourite indie survival horror series and although it expands its ideas into 3D space marvellously, due to its performance issues it delivers an undercooked pizza experience.

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After 5 years of silence there is new great DLC for stealth tactical game from feudal Japan.

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Nov 25, 2021

Norse mythology inspired BPM makes you unable of putting down the controller. Hard rock soundtrack defines the game and roguelike genre gives it the satisfying punch. Fun as Hell(heim)!

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