Asura Kagawa


15 games reviewed
77.7 average score
80 median score
93.3% of games recommended
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Feb 24, 2024

Fighting games aren’t always the same, and UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH II Sys:Celes is no exception. As a fighting game, it has its own unique rhythm and combo roots that you must master. It’s a challenging game, but the rewards are worth the effort. Ranking the levels was a blast. I like the challenge, and UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH II Sys:Celes features unusual characters for fighting games. Getting the most out of it requires some work and patience. If you enjoy fighting games, you should give it a go, but before we buy it, we need to figure out which platform is best.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Venba
Aug 10, 2023

Venba might feel somewhat too brief to fully do justice to its character paths, but it has a lot to say about the importance of preserving one’s culture, the difficulties of generational friction, and the excruciating irony of realizing the value of something after you’ve already lost it. Furthermore, as if all of that weren’t enough, you get to prepare some amazing-looking Indian food while watching the movie. Therefore, fans of narrative-heavy games with a twist might give Venba a look if they are willing to keep their expectations in check concerning the amount of information they get here.

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4.8 / 5.0 - Pikmin 4
Aug 9, 2023

All things considered, however, these are not major deal-breakers for Pikmin 4. The feeling that you should do as much as you possibly can is what this game excels at doing better than any other aspect. It’s a lot more fun to play through these places. It is another good addition to the Pikmin series, albeit with a few flaws that slightly bring the total score down. Despite this, it easily ranks as one of the most impressive games released for the Nintendo Switch in a long time, if not The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

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Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon has stunning visuals and fantastic, original gameplay. Fans of the main series should pay close attention to this game because of its uniqueness. It's a very different kind of attraction that trades fast-paced combat for relaxing exploration and puzzle-solving. The game's diversified gameplay comes from the excellent balancing between its well-designed puzzles and battles.

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Although there are some nitpicks, such as its price tag, easy boss fights, and possibly insufficient new features, Kirby's Return to Dream Land Deluxe is still fun. It may not do anything groundbreaking, but it does a great job of breathing new life into a platformer largely forgotten since its Wii release. What we get from HAL Labs goes beyond a mere port with a new story, engaging challenges, and a slick presentation.

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Feb 17, 2023

Minecraft Dungeons moves our desires for what games can be, relying upon its own ubiquity to acquaint more youthful players with a great type and fills in as a short-however sweet reward for raider vets. It scratches the prison crawler tingle with a feeling of silly appeal and extends what Minecraft can be.

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Jan 21, 2023

Fire Emblem Engage has one of the best TRPG and tactical combat mechanisms that have been released in recent years, and for this reason only, it is well worthy of your attention. It's a shame that Engage doesn't live up to the high standards set by its predecessor. If you want to battle on hundreds of maps and click through countless dialogues, this is the game for you.

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Apr 30, 2022

While Switch Sports' liberal difficulty levels help it seem more approachable than its predecessors, having additional methods to customize the experience would go a long way in this case as well. Nintendo Switch Sports is undoubtedly a worthy successor, but it doesn't come for free because of how quickly the world has evolved since Wii Sports.

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Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition does an excellent job of presenting to a new audience a period in Square Enix history that many may have forgotten. It achieves this by including two fantastic games in one package. However, there is little doubt that it might have been better as a remaster.

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65 / 100 - Rune Factory 5
Apr 11, 2022

If you're a follower of the series, Rune Factory 5 is a solid choice. In terms of gameplay, it's an excellent choice for individuals who want to unwind in peaceful, cheerful, and vivid surroundings and those who like being swept up in a deluge of content. However, despite its potential and the story's intriguing premise, Rune Factory 5 falls short compared to comparable titles.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Mortal Shell
Aug 18, 2021

Each swing of my blade, each enemy I put to death, was elating. Each second was a battle between life and demise, and when that made you a winner, nothing could be more satisfying than this. On the off chance that you need a new and remarkable Soulslike experience at that point, look no further than Cold Symmetry’s Mortal Shell.

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4.4 / 5.0 - Mosaic
Apr 29, 2021

Mosaic paints all its scenes with great effort. It might be a slow burner, but it’s as cerebral as it is emotional and tells an enthralling story.

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4 / 5.0 - Horace
Jul 18, 2020

Horace is a difficult 12-15 hour experience. The platforming and Metroidvania components are incredible. They’re continually obstructed by backtracking and difficult circumstances that could’ve been tended to with little upgrades. Horace is an indie game that will test gamers’ skills and a story loaded with heart-touching minutes.

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2.5 / 5.0 - Rocket Arena
Jul 13, 2020

Among its different mechanics, Rocket Arena undermines its primary rocket-bouncing hook by making the methodology unimportant. There are constrained enjoyably to be had with its quick and exciting shooting activity, yet it’s missing solid enduring intrigue. Meanwhile, those searching for a fun new multiplayer game can’t turn out badly with Rocket Arena.

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Apr 11, 2020

Ori and the Will of the Wisps catapults the series to new heights, and it is undeniably one of the finest Metroidvanias. The game is worth every penny, but I recommend starting with the original. Just as impressive a work of art as the original. Never tries to change what made the original successful; instead, it builds on its predecessor’s strengths while adding new, exciting elements.

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