Anthony Kirk

3 games reviewed
70.0 average score
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Mar 14, 2021

In conclusion, Neo: The World Ends With You was a wonderful experience to play, and while it has a lot going on within the game, it teaches these different mechanics slowly and expertly. With the combination of a good story, great dialogue, complex puzzles, and flashy combat, Neo was a welcomed surprise and is a truly unique game. Comparisons would not be worthwhile for the most part. The closest comparison that could be made would be to Kingdom Hearts, but that might be an insult to Neo. It is an action RPG with many complex mechanics going on, but it won’t leave players confused and the combat isn’t as finicky. There are a lot of things that are packed into this long game, but they are done very well and are able to work in tandem with one another smoothly. This game is truly unique and would be worthwhile to buy to experience how this sticker bomb of a game manages to keep its punk aesthetic and be a game that is difficult to describe but not hard to recommend in any capacity.

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Mar 15, 2018

In conclusion, Crysis Remastered is a good time, but unfortunately it does suffer from not only having some disruptive glitches, but also in the gameplay itself. The game, while still enjoyable, shows a lot of age in its design. The core gameplay loop of fighting, then looting, then fighting some more still works, but since then many games have come out that takes this loop and makes it much more enjoyable. The old timey story of the super soldier vs. the world also suffers as plenty of players have heard of such a story so many times by this point in the history of video games.

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5 / 10.0 - Rustler
Sep 29, 2017

Rustler is a game that does a little of both but doesn’t commit to either idea enough to make an interesting experience. This indecision to commit hampers the game’s enjoyability and leaves players with a confused understanding of what the game wants to be. This compounded by a lack of black representation while directly referencing black culture everywhere, makes this game difficult to recommend.

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