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506 games reviewed
78.4 average score
80 median score
76.3% of games recommended

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5 / 10.0 - Sympathy Kiss
Mar 5, 2024

Sympathy Kiss is a visual novel that’s got an interesting tech design backstory. With its unique setting, fun characters, and engaging story, it’s a decent visual novel, but compared to other visual novels, it’s not one I feel in love with personally, and wouldn’t be a game I’d recommend for the $49.99 USD ($69.99 CAD) AAA price-tag it comes with.

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The Lord of the Rings: Return to Moria is a middling survival crafting experience set in J. R. R. Tolkien’s fantasy world of Middle Earth. The lore, voice acting, and the characters are probably the only interesting ideas this game brings to the table, as the rest of the gameplay loop of mining, building, crafting, and surviving isn’t anything that propels the genre forward.

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Nov 11, 2023

In general, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III has an unimpressive Campaign that is forgettable compared to the rest of the franchise. The game’s multiplayer is expected to carry the load with the return of classic maps that are not even original to the new game and a weird twist on Zombies. The single-player mode of the game does not justify its price.

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Will "fncwill"
Oct 31, 2023

Dreamworks Trolls Remix Rescue is a decent addition to the kids’ gaming genre, but it doesn’t break new ground. The overreliance on rhythm-based mini-games, while a fun aspect, feels like a recycling of the same formula seen in many other children’s games. If you’re a fan of the Trolls franchise, you’ll likely enjoy the game’s connection to the films and the opportunity to play as your favorite characters. However, for those looking for a truly innovative and standout kids’ game, this may not be the one to choose in a market saturated with similar offerings.

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Oct 23, 2023

Scene Investigators falls short of its potential to offer a truly engaging detective experience. The 70/30 principle, while promising in theory, tips the scale too far towards uncertainty, making the game feel less like a deductive challenge and more like an exercise in wild conjecture. Despite its immersive murder mystery setting, the game’s execution leaves much to be desired, resulting in a frustrating and unsatisfying experience for those who seek logical, well-structured puzzles.

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Knight vs Giant: The Broken Excalibur is a commendable attempt at bringing the Arthurian legend to life in a roguelite action RPG format. With an engaging storyline, diverse gameplay mechanics, and an impressive array of abilities, it offers an enjoyable gaming experience. While there are some minor balancing and environmental concerns, these issues don’t overshadow the overall fun and challenge the game provides.

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5 / 10.0 - Alder Forge
Oct 2, 2023

Alder Forge remains a worthwhile RPG experience despite its flaws. The meticulously crafted game world, filled with enigmas, secrets, and backstories, invites exploration and lore immersion. While quest clarity could be improved, and the visuals could use some extra polish, Alder Forge provides a rewarding journey for those eager to explore its intricacies and embark on the heroic path within its carefully constructed world.

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Jul 29, 2023

While I’m glad that Lunacy: Saint Rhodes has finally been released after its troubled development, I can’t recommend it due to how disappointingly unpolished it is. On top of its visual and aural shortcomings, it’s not even scary.

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5 / 10.0 - Unusual Findings
Oct 11, 2022

The voice acting in Unusual Findings is incredibly well done and by far the best part of the game

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Sep 21, 2022

Food Truck Simulator shows potential, but there is work still needed to be done here.

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Nov 20, 2017

. A kid will most likely find some fun in the levels and the characters they know and love, but there isn’t much for them to keep coming back for.

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Mar 20, 2024

Taxi Life stands out as a compelling fusion of simulator and arcade driving game, with fun challenges that feel right out of Crazy Taxi or Midtown Madness, providing players with a unique and immersive journey through the streets of Barcelona while managing their taxi empire, I just wish it had slightly better controls, as this is the main focal point of the game, and takes away from the experience greatly. The game’s price tag at $30 USD is also a bit more than I’d pay for a game like this, and to me feels like it would do better in the $14.99-$19.99 range. And don’t get me started on the overpriced DLC packs.

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5.5 / 10.0 - qomp2
Feb 21, 2024

Qomp2 embraces the spirit of 90s arcade gaming, blending familiar elements with innovative gameplay. Despite the Pong-inspired marketing, the game evolves into a challenging puzzle platformer that stands on its own merits. With its clever level design, challenging bosses, and a soundtrack that harks back to the golden age of gaming, Qomp2 is a game for those seeking a nostalgic yet fresh gaming experience but isn’t a game that’s even close to being worth its price tag of $19.99 USD ($25.99 CAD), as is a game that should have been exclusive to just the Atari VCS where it feels the game truly belongs and can have its moment of fame and not get lost in the sea of better titles for the price.

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Jan 2, 2024

DETECTIVE: Stella Porta Case holds immense potential but falters in execution. While the premise and unique features captivate, the lack of depth in individual cases, a confusing evidence system, and limited replayability detract from the overall experience. A worthwhile endeavor for detective game enthusiasts, but others may find it somewhat lacking.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Nephenthesys
Jan 18, 2024

Nephenthesys is a game that tries to be a homage to the arcade shoot’em up genre, but it ends up being a mediocre and forgettable copy. The game does not have any features that make it stand out or memorable, and it does not have any fun or excitement. The game is not worth your time or money unless you are a die-hard fan of the genre or you are looking for a mindless and easy way to kill some time.

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Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion Remastered falls short of the high standards set by its predecessors. While the faithful restoration attempts to capture the essence of the original, the lack of significant visual improvements leaves fans questioning whether this remaster was truly necessary. If you’re a die-hard Turok enthusiast seeking a trip down memory lane, the remaster might offer some enjoyment. Still, for those expecting a transformative modernization of a classic, Turok 3 Remastered is a missed opportunity, and you should just bring out and dust off the old Nintendo 64.

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Oct 18, 2023

Cry Babies Magic Tears: The Big Game is an enjoyable and friendly adventure for young players. It offers a variety of activities, charming characters, and cooperative gameplay that will keep kids entertained. Nevertheless, the game’s title may set unrealistic expectations for a grand narrative, as it ultimately feels more like a collection of mini-games rather than a cohesive “Big Game.” A more robust and interconnected storyline would have elevated the gaming experience, making it a more deserving title for the “Big Game” moniker.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Touhou: New World
Oct 7, 2023

Touhou: New World has its moments of charm, with its beautifully crafted Gensokyo setting and the promise of blending bullet hell and action RPG elements. However, the execution leaves much to be desired. The two genres often feel at odds with each other, resulting in a disjointed and occasionally frustrating gameplay experience. While fans of the Touhou Project may find some enjoyment in revisiting Gensokyo, those looking for a seamless blend of bullet hell and action RPG may be left wanting more.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Pizza Possum
Sep 29, 2023

Pizza Possum is an average arcade game that offers a short and sweet diversion for possum enthusiasts. It’s worth a try for its quirky premise and cooperative mode if you’re looking for a light-hearted adventure. However, Pizza Possum might satisfy your cravings, but it won’t leave you craving for more.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Fellowship
Sep 25, 2023

Fellowship is a game that successfully marries survival, strategy, and RPG elements into an addictive and engaging experience. Although the game isn’t the greatest visually , With its promise of continued development and expansion, Fellowship is a game that fans of the genre should keep their eyes on as the game mechanics make this game very enjoyable in short bursts.

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