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41 games reviewed
72.3 average score
75 median score
68.3% of games recommended

Nation Fusion's Reviews

Wait for Sale - This Is the Police
Mar 6, 2017

So here I am, trying to protect the city by allocating my force to adequately address issues that arise, when a green icon appears on the screen. I click on it, like I would any other case, and it is a night club looking for help in controlling a line outside, due to a missing bouncer. Without giving it much thought, I send a capable officer over to support the community’s need. At the end of his shift, he quits - citing that the club pays more than the police, and the club owner slides me $4700 for the “favor”. Just like that, I’m a corrupt cop with a hole in my roster. Apparently, I need to pay more attention, or I’ll be in the pokey myself.

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Wait for Sale - No Man's Sky
Mar 6, 2017

No Man's Sky, developed by Hello games and published by Sony is finally here. No doubt plenty of you are and have been playing the game since its release, so is the HYPE train real? I'm not so sure, however I will say I never nor anyone I work with hyped the game up. We understood that this was an indie game with a cool concept being backed by a large publisher. Other people seemed to have blown what No Man's Sky is doing out of proportion due to the fact it was backed by Sony.

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Mar 6, 2017

Now, this is a game that I can totally get behind. [email protected] is a bad ass, top down, roguelike, dungeon crawling experience all designed in ASCII. For those of you who don’t know what ASCII is, I’ll drop some knowledge on you courtesy of Google. ASCII - (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) is the most common format for text files in computers and on the Internet. In an ASCII file, each alphabetic, numeric, or special character is represented with a 7-bit binary number (a string of seven 0s or 1s). 128 possible characters are defined.

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Yes - Outrage
Jun 11, 2017

Outrage by Reality Studio is a small JRPG set in a cyberpunk universe. It's a sequel to City of Chains. It is short, about two to three hours for an average playthrough. The game is made by RPG maker, and that of course means that the menus and controls are a bit clunky. It has decent enough aesthetic, and the music is actually quite nice (if a bit repetitive). The different menus and screens take a bit of getting used to, but should be fairly familiar to anyone who has ever played a JRPG.

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4.6 / 10.0 - Rogue Wizards
Mar 6, 2017

Are you ready to go be the chosen one again? Me neither. I'm kinda weary of always having to go save the princess, then finding out she's really in another castle. There's a bit of Aladdin in this as well, as the protagonist just happens to be a street rat who hasn't eaten in two days. But! All tired cliches asid, this RTS is enough like Diablo (to the extent that they even swiped the treasure gnome) to keep you digging through the dungeons for better gear.

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Mar 6, 2017

This game is like castle crashers, without all the fun. Shooting arrows at rows and rows of enemies may be fun on the subway on the way to work, but when you are playing it on a console, you start playing better games in your head, wishing the "experience" would just end. I'm guessing that this game started out on a cell phone, and was ported for the home systems. Personally, I think the home systems could have lived without them. It is repetitive, boring, and just making myself write this article took a week. The fact that they are paying me in free games like this made me want to quit showing up for work. As always, feel free to reply to this in the comments. I could be wrong, and maybe metroid is buried somewhere in the last stage. The art was nice, and reminded me of games I liked to play. Also of note, if you follow my "work", you'll remember that I sincerely hate this style of game in general, because I'm a poorly made person. Everyone else seems to like this pabulum garbage, and for that, I weep for humanity. We can do better, in my humble opinion.

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5 / 10.0 - Inmates
Oct 10, 2017

We had a chance to check out the game Inmates from Iceberg Interactive and I personally got mixed results. I like the story line and the game concepts, psychological horror is one of my favorite types. It allows you to question what is real, what isn’t and tricks the game is trying to play on you. This game has a lot of those elements with puzzles to solve and a plot that can be finished in around 3-4 hours. However where the game shines in the idea department the execution of these idea is what I found lacking.

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Jan 1, 2018

Finally came Call Of Duty WW2 and I thought, here is maybe where they go back to their roots, they show us that they are listening to these reviews, and the comments of their fan base...Nope...Not at all…

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5 / 10.0 - Brigador
Mar 6, 2017

Welcome to the future. You are a mech contractor, solving problems for the great leader in your highly customizable mech warrior. The future sounds pretty exciting, right? Did I mention that your mech is controlled like the original Resident Evil, but top-down?

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5.6 / 10.0 - The Final Station
Mar 6, 2017

Welcome to The Final Station; a game built upon an interesting take on the apocalypse, and it all happens on a train that you must maintain to keep operational. It’s not an entirely complicated game as far as the gameplay mechanics go, but the story is what’s important here, but it doesn't necessarily leave the best taste in your mouth.

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My editor, in his wisdom, warned me that this is a kids game - the implication being that I should attempt to be fair, even though this may not necessarily be in my realm. He had a point. I kinda had a feeling I wasn't going to like this game. Frankly, I thought Power Rangers were a knock off Voltron, and as a Voltron fan, I made it a point to not enjoy Power Rangers as a child - even though watching Voltron while being sober and an adult is significantly more baffling, in all honesty. So, I did what any responsible journalist-ish dad would do, and had my kids play the game with me and will only use their ratings for the game.

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Mar 6, 2017

Frankly, aside from a few infinite loop rooms that are not quite as bad as oral surgery but close enough, there's nothing fascinating about this "I can't reach it" simulator. The big chairs look really neat, but that fades pretty quickly into the realization that you have to watch the bastard you just were in the first game, but you can't really do much about it. Also, playing a toddler doesn't really hold a candle to playing a brilliant artist trying to piece together his spiral into alcohol fueled madness. You just mud wrestled the smoking hot girl from accounting, and now she wants to play a game called "couples therapy". There was promise, but it quickly fizzled into a less magical ride around the set of a movie you once loved.

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6.8 / 10.0 - Zombie Night Terror
Mar 6, 2017

If you've been following my last few reviews, you know that I've had a run of games I wasn't crazy about. I had to actively avoid the urge to rate a game highly, even if it didn't deserve it - to prove to the universe I'm not just some sour bastard devouring free games and pooping out bad reviews. That said, I'm pretty happy with Zombie Night Terror. It has pretty much everything you want in a $13 Lemmings type game. The controls are easy to figure out without a manual, great pixel animation (especially when the zombies get shot), ever increasing complexity and growing toolsets, and as of this writing, bug free fun.

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7 / 10.0 - Days Gone
Oct 22, 2021

So the next few reviews that will be coming out, I'm aware I'm super late on. In this case the review is Days Gone for the PS4. Days Gone is a 3'rd person story based shooter. It features a large open world, Story and side missions, different things to upgrade and craft. Developed by the Bend Studio the game came out in April of 2019 and just made its way to the PS4's streaming service PlayStation Now. In short go check it out, its a fun shooter with plenty of filler and things to do, its biggest draw being the massive amount of on screen enemies the game can handle (Even better on the PS4 Pro).

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7 / 10.0 - Layers of Fear 2
Jun 18, 2019

Aesthetically, the game is a marvel and a wonder to behold. There are some genuinely creepy moments in this game, and a few times I found myself looking over my shoulder when playing at night.

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Mar 20, 2017

Hitman is the next installment into the Hitman franchise. It's a call back to its roots and ditches the over dramatic and gimmicky installments we have been seeing. I.O Interactive has tried to make a turn in what we are getting from Hitman. We interviewed the voice of Hitman last year about the game, and he explained his newest role in the game. While there isn't as much dialog or story we are seeing in some of the older games, there is a return to the Hitman feel of the first games.

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Sep 14, 2017

The Town Of Light is an atmospheric horror game set in the 1930s-40’s and explores the horrors of mental illness and pre-professional health care. The game has no zombies or action, but instead follows along something like Dear Esther or one of the “walking” simulators. The game takes place in Italy and features native voice acting, as well as english to deliver the heavy narrative which follows Renee’ as she struggles to find what is real what isn’t. Moving through several locations and exploring the now abandoned mental institution showcases different aspects of how someone can remember something in opposition to actual events.

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