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109 games reviewed
81.0 average score
80 median score
59.4% of games recommended
Scores 5.1 higher than average
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Languard
Jul 16, 2019

A very fun 2D brawler with a striking art style, marred with an interesting story told very badly. Between the custom combos, the scoring system, and the hard optional dungeon there is a lot here for $15.

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PrimeraEspada91
Jul 15, 2019

Attack On Titan 2 Final Battle as a whole is pretty solid improvement in the series allowing players to experience the story through different point of views while letting them roam free in other modes. Players will enjoy experiencing the thrill of slaying titans in their dream squads. The lone barrier to this game will be the pricepoint of the expansion for those who already possess the base game.

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Jun 26, 2019

The Sinking City invites all the horror of a lovecraftian tale, with the balance to know more of what is happening in the city of Oakmont, all the while as you struggle to keep your sanity. There are quite a few places to explore, cases to take on, and discovering all its secrets could take you a while. If you're looking for a game that doesn't spoon feed you the answers and are looking to challenge your investigative abilities, this one could be for you. While not perfect visually, with bugs here and there, gameplay is enjoyable and brings a mix of combat and deduction. Definitely worth the price tag.

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Languard
Jun 23, 2019

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a love letter to Castlevania. If you have any interest at all in the Metroidvania style of games, you cannot go wrong with this title.

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PrimeraEspada91
Jun 11, 2019

Dragon Star Varnir is a dark tragic fated RPG that covers the struggle of the Witches of Varneria as they search for a way to break their fate. The character designs are alluring along with their fitting outfits. Players can easily find one or more that resonates with them. If you're in the mood for a dark game with enthralling girls, you might like this title.

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Jun 3, 2019

A Plague Tale Innocence does well to explore a plague ridden story and include entertaining game mechanics which makes it unique. Some improvements to certain visuals and mechanics could have made the experience a little smoother, but overall the environments are detailed. The story really shines through such a grim setting along with some memorable ratnado moments. A playthrough could take you 10 hours or more depending on your gameplay strategies and whether you choose to discover all collectibles.

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Castielle
May 31, 2019

The gameplay, while addicting and fun with others, is bogged down by a real lack of motivation to keep playing.

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PrimeraEspada91

Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland is a sublime pastel explosion 3D turn based RPG that successfully melds slice-of-life with adventures. It has a alluring musical score that accents the game's world and lovable characters that you'll grow fond of. If you're in the mood for a game that fits in the spring and summer relaxing vibe, try this game.

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Castielle
8 / 10 - Days Gone
May 3, 2019

Days Gone deserves your attention if you are a fan of the zombie "genre". If you've ever watched I Am Legend or 28 Days Later and thought "I wish there was a game like that!", then you definitely need to play this game. Days Gone is a nice blend of open world and story driven that few games offer, "zombie" or otherwise. For 60$ USD you get 30-60 hours of this type of gameplay, which I feel more than justifies the price tag.

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Languard
7 / 10 - Outward
Apr 18, 2019

Good ideas and interesting systems held back by clunky combat and the occasional bad design decision, Outward is an RPG for a very specific pallet. You will either really like it, or find it insufferably aggravating.

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EldritchImagination
Mar 26, 2019

The Darkside Detective is a entertaining point 'n' click that combines imaginative characters and witty dialogue. Not to be missed for it's creative storyline, variety of puzzles and eerily intriguing soundtrack.

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Fexelea
Mar 21, 2019

Sekiro is a great realization of a fantastical Shinobi journey, with challenging but rewarding action-packed gameplay and intricate level design that encourages exploration. Sekiro stands on its own next to acclaimed Souls titles and puts FromSoftware on the action stage with a flourish. At first you hit a wall, then you become the wall the game hits against, and it feels wonderful.

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9 / 10 - Devil May Cry 5
Mar 6, 2019

DMC5 is a worthy return to the main stage for action games, delivering unparalleled gameplay executed beautifully and with consistent, remarkable performance. Fans of the genre will love this title, and newcomers are likely to become fans.

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Languard
6 / 10 - Anthem
Mar 5, 2019

Anthem is an excellent Iron Man simulator bogged down with poor mission design set in a fascinating world with a lack-luster story. Coupled with a critical lack of end-game content, this is by far the weakest offering from BioWare. Enjoyment of this game will fully rest on how much you enjoy the combat.

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PrimeraEspada91
Feb 6, 2019

A game for anime JRPG lovers, Death End Re;Quest delivers a good story with plenty of choice and exploration, with a beautiful design backdrop. Providing a good rpg system with plenty of replayability and multiple endings, the game is good value for fans of the genre.

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Castielle
9 / 10 - Resident Evil 2
Jan 26, 2019

Non-stop, tense horror adventure that delivers on its promise of keeping players on their toes as they navigate the corridors of the game, avoiding enemies and preserving ammo as you must in real survival. The graphics revamp and musical score make the game seamlessly fit into 2019, and we believe the experience justifies launch day buy.

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8 / 10 - Call of Cthulhu
Nov 6, 2018

Call of Cthulhu is a unique creepy horror detective RPG that takes Lovecraftian inspiration to a new level. It may not compare visually to current AAA games but does well to provide a captivating narrative and a mix of methods to keep players drawn in such as puzzles and stealth. One playthrough takes anywhere between 12 or more hours depending on your level of attention to clues and your detective abilities. Would recommend a second or even third playthrough to truly find out all the hidden secrets.

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Castielle
Nov 5, 2018

Red Dead Redemption 2 only gets better and better as you progress, and although I'm not entirely sure Red Dead Redemption 2 is the game to beat in 2018, I do believe it is at the very least in the conversation.

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If you're someone who has already played Dark Souls on console or PC, the experience will not really differ in docked mode but being able to take the game anywhere, may provide you with some newer Dark Souls memories.

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Castielle
Oct 9, 2018

Solid Storytelling following outstanding historic events immerses players into a beautiful rendition of ancient Greece. Assassin's Creed Odyssey improves on its predecessors by providing seamless character selection and more advanced rpg elements, without compromising on its accessibility to action-focused players. Even if sometimes overwhelming in scale and possibly repetitive for those not completion-oriented, the game is worth full price given its polished delivery of unabashed entertainment.

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