Alisha Alix


9 games reviewed
63.3 average score
70 median score
77.8% of games recommended
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Feb 20, 2024

The Matchmaker Agency has the potential to shoot further with its cupid arrow but falls short in its many flaws. Although love knows no boundaries, this agency failed to make a lasting impression to make for a meaningful relationship.

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Feb 14, 2024

Whether you're a seasoned puzzler or new to the genre, Islands of Insights offers something for everyone, providing a decidedly zen and laid-back experience for a sprawling puzzle adventure unlike anything you have ever experienced. Go forth and be the ultimate Seeker!

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Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy is a triumph that accomplishes everything it set out to do, presenting three outstanding games to modern consoles in their most accessible form yet. With an abundance of improvements and offerings for both veteran players and newcomers to enjoy, it's never been easier or more enjoyable to experience Apollo Justice's journey. When it comes to this case, I have no objections, Your Honour.

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90 / 100 - Lil Guardsman
Jan 23, 2024

Simply put, Lil' Guardsman is undoubtedly a remarkable title that provides players with a one-of-a-kind gaming experience. Its blend of comedy, cozy adventure, puzzles, and fantasy offers a refreshing take on an indie comedy adventure.

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70 / 100 - Worldless
Nov 20, 2023

While gameplay is certainly king and the meat of the game, the narrative of Worldless can be a mixed bag. The narrative component of the game can be somewhat inconsistent. The story takes a relatively long time to develop, and it lacks the seamless flow that some players may desire. Moreover, certain aspects of the story can be lost in translation, particularly the absence of audio dialogue and relying solely on text-based interactions. Nevertheless, if you're seeking to try something new that pushes your reflexes and traverses cosmic realms of wonder, this game is just right up your alley.

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Nov 3, 2023

Ebenezer and The Invisible World shows promise as a Metroidvania game, offering fans and players a chance to revisit a classic story, much like the recent Lies of P. However, it ultimately disappoints in several areas, resulting in a lacklustre and frustrating Christmas gaming experience.

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Aug 29, 2023

Samba De Amigo: Party Central is best enjoyed in a group setting, rather than playing it alone. It is perfect to play at parties or gatherings where the atmosphere is lively and fun. The game features fantastic music and is highly engaging, which makes it addictive and enjoyable at first. However, despite offering a variety of challenges, it fails to leave a lasting impression and is far from being considered one of the standout rhythm games of 2023.

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40 / 100 - Park Beyond
Jul 10, 2023

Park Beyond may have lightyears ahead with its impossification mechanic, but other features and bugs encountered made it not worth the while of spending hours sinking in the game.

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70 / 100 - Tin Hearts
May 16, 2023

Whether you're playing it for its puzzle or story, both elements shine when it comes to Rogue Sun’s latest entry, Tin Hearts.

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