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Azfar Rayan

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Favorite Games:
  • Batman: Arkham Knight
  • Rayman Legends
  • Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

93 games reviewed
76.7 average score
80 median score
78.5% of games recommended

Azfar Rayan's Reviews

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30 / 100 - Skull and Bones
Feb 18, 2024

There was so much potential for Skull and Bones to be a fantastic pirate MMORPG, but it is not even close. And due to the lack of meaningful content, Skull and Bones has the potential to be the most disappointing full-priced Ubisoft game that I have ever played. Our money seems to be going toward what seems like a free-to-play game that managed to squander an AAA developer's resources.

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Those who loved the anime will probably adore KONOSUBA - God's Blessing on this Wonderful World! Love For These Clothes Of Desire!, too. There isn't much of a story or gameplay to speak of, but there are plenty of pleasant moments filled with a delightful cast of protagonists and lots of entertainment. Fans of KONOSUBA can expect a great deal of it in this game.

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Feb 5, 2024

While there's room for improvement in a few places, Granblue Fantasy: Relink is still quite impressive. It has been much anticipated, and Cygames has delivered something that truly captures the essence of an engaging adventure. Even though its primary narrative isn't very long, it still delivers a stripped-down story without any unnecessary filler, which is remarkable. Whether you're playing solo or with pals online, Relink is a fantastic journey. But for a complete experience, it’s best played with friends. It's exciting and fills your urgent hunger quickly. If you're looking for a unique battle experience, you should join other postgame players.

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80 / 100 - Tekken 8
Jan 30, 2024

Tekken 8 is a nicely executed game. There has been an improvement in every area of the previous installments in the series; the current one is no exception. Bandai Namco has achieved this by showcasing an impressive narrative mode heavy on spectacles, cutting-edge AI, and improved presentation. It may not be the finest fighting game of its generation, but it is a fine continuation of the series.

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Jan 25, 2024

Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising has many good features but is far from flawless. Nevertheless, it's a huge improvement over where the fighting game is and has been a fantastic experience. The characters are well-designed, and the new mechanics are satisfying to use, even though they might not revolutionize the series. Although there are still a few things that could use some tweaking, and we all know that long-distance matches are something to steer clear of, the game seems comprehensive. Consider giving Granblue Fantasy Versus: Rising a go if you were unsure about buying it and hadn't tried the free version—you could end up liking it.

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Jan 25, 2024

Hidden Through Time 2: Myths & Magic is a great, enjoyable experience for me, and it’s worth the money if you’re a fan of the Hidden Object genre. My initial reaction was skepticism regarding Rogueside’s ability to separate this game from the previous in a way that would warrant a sequel rather than merely being a DLC offering; nonetheless, they were successful in doing so. Despite its seeming simplicity, the game offers endless activities.

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Jan 22, 2024

Even if it has its flaws, fans of the series will love Another Code: Recollection. As someone who is just starting out, this game won't disappoint. Despite its great promises, with this series in particular, I wonder why it vanished after those two entries. Nonetheless, we think Another Code: Recollection might be fantastic for lovers of the franchise. The gameplay is fascinating without being very taxing; it's an exploration with narrative-driven and puzzle-moving components. Clues in a game might lead you to other areas and even guide you through various scenarios.

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Jan 15, 2024

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown is yet another must-have game with a plethora of fresh content. It refines aspects from games like Metroid Dread while including elements from earlier Prince of Persia titles. As a triumphant return to form for the Prince of Persia series and Ubisoft in general, this is undeniably one of the finest games in the series' history and maybe Ubisoft's, too. The visuals are stunning, the plot is interesting and entertaining without being overwhelming, and the gameplay is so fascinating that you won't want to put the game down.

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95 / 100 - Dave the Diver
Dec 24, 2023

Every aspect of DAVE THE DIVER is well-designed and functional, adding more to the gameplay. There is no denying the affection that MINTROCKET and NEXON have for this game, as seen by the fact that it is a wonderful and incredibly addicting game. You can't help but be enchanted by the meticulous attention to detail, the stunning visual style, and the heavenly soundtrack. Even if you do not usually like this genre, you should definitely check out DAVE THE DIVER because it's unique.

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3.8 / 5.0 - Gangs of Sherwood
Dec 12, 2023

Despite Gangs of Sherwood’s shortcomings, the multiplayer mode is enjoyable, the puppet narration is entertaining, and the combat is top-notch. It may be too difficult to achieve high-style grades while on your own. This could be a great addition to your library if you enjoy updating the Robin Hood mythos and enjoy fast-paced cooperative games. The fast-paced gameplay, varied character powers, and the possibility of spectacular multiplayer cooperation make this game worth watching.

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Dec 10, 2023

Avatar fans will find it hard to resist the apparent attention that went into this game. Even though the Avatar directors at Disney took extreme care to ensure accuracy in every detail, this game will not win over fans of the Avatar franchise. Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora's lesser aspects, such as its dull narratives, lackluster antagonists, and uninspired RDA designs, are detrimental to the game's overall quality. It's frustrating because the core objectives in the game involve dull, uninspiring facilities and repetitive battles against the same enemies.

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90 / 100 - A Highland Song
Dec 6, 2023

A Highland Song is a game with a special place in my memory. The fact that it is a peaceful journey through the Scottish Highlands or has stunning hand-drawn images is not why it is so popular. Throughout the entirety of this game, the Celtic way may be found in every single aspect. Seeing the Gaelic language on the screen and listening to the traditional music as you run over the highlands are great experiences.

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Nov 24, 2023

Despite the franchise's 20-year development cycle, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (2023) manages to be one of the series' poorest titles. The campaign is among the most underwhelming of the series and the multiplayer still needs some major liftup. After being a fan of the single-player Call of Duty games for such a long time, seeing such a drastic drop in quality for such a vital series pillar was disappointing. Call of Duty hardcore fans would probably buy this release anyway despite its high price tag, but if you're still thinking about buying Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (2023), wait for a reasonable price drop.

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80 / 100 - Ghostrunner 2
Oct 29, 2023

Ghostrunner 2 is simply an enhanced version of the original game. It takes the core fundamentals of Ghostrunner and enhances them in every way possible, including the way it looks, the upgrade process, skills, motorcycle gameplay, and puzzles. There is a noticeable improvement in the fluidity of movement and battle. It's a great example of a sequel that advances in some ways while also regressing in others; it has incredible highs and a few unpleasant lows. Both fans of the series and first-timers of the game can expect to have fun with this latest installment.

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Oct 23, 2023

Looking back at the 2018 Spider-Man shows just how far the franchise has come. There is no doubt that there have been some decent upgrades in this sequel but with the exception of the sheer volume of optional story content, the shortage of suit alterations, and the absence of gadgets. The story also drags on for far too long, especially in its opening hours, and then rushes to a conclusion. Since this is where things stand, I cannot recommend the game to anyone who failed to like the original and is cautious about spending $70.

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90 / 100 - Forza Motorsport
Oct 10, 2023

Forza Motorsport is a fantastic racing game that delivers a satisfying experience. While that may be the case, the driving experience is nothing like a simulator. If you have an Xbox One X or S, you'll get a satisfying sense of weight and stability when navigating racing cars. You'll be startled by the disparate visual standards; newer cars have sharper detailing than older ones. However, rear-wheel drive street cars have certain odd quirks. Although a steering wheel add-on is supported, we recommend using a gamepad for the optimal experience. If you like competitions, you'll love the format of practicing and then qualifying for the event. You can choose the fastest three laps to use in a given race with the latter. It's unclear if this will get enough interest to support a healthy multiplayer scene. Forza Motorsport is a must-have for any Xbox owner when it comes to improving your online driving skills.

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Oct 7, 2023

Assassin's Creed Mirage strikes the ideal balance between nostalgia and innovation. It is a mix of its root formula of the original games and the glimpses at the upcoming releases. The heightened importance of stealth will inspire you to become more immersed in your surroundings. At the same time, the reduced number of equipment possibilities and the game's decreased length will guarantee that Basim does not outstay his welcome. Hopefully, Ubisoft will appreciate Mirage's distinct approach while simultaneously working on numerous Assassin's Creed projects.

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Oct 4, 2023

It's no exaggeration to say that the addition of Separate Ways to the Resident Evil 4 Remake was one of the best decisions CAPCOM could have made. The gameplay is just as much fun, hard, and intense as it was in the original game. The DLC continues in the same vein of suspenseful action horror as the main game and does a fine job. Resident Evil 4: Separate Ways fills up several plot holes that were present during Leon's campaign.

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Sep 28, 2023

Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty is undeniably a must-have. There's so much extra there with this absolutely worthwhile DLC. Simply put, different characters, various places, and different kinds of adventures. It's like the main game's endings but with greater variety. The time investment is well justified by the increased level cap, the additional cyberware, and the interesting new story.

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90 / 100 - Lies of P
Sep 22, 2023

Lies of P's storytelling is top-notch, with engaging stories and challenging character missions that immerse you in its universe. The Bloodborne-inspired fighting system is a highlight, rewarding an offensive approach to gameplay with a variety of exciting attacks. The game's story, setting, and mechanics are as impressive as anything else FromSoftware has made. Lies of P has quickly become one of our top picks by borrowing so many fantastic features from other games in the Souls-like genre.

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