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235 games reviewed
77.5 average score
80 median score
77.4% of games recommended

Twisted Voxel's Reviews

3 / 10.0 - Last Labyrinth
Apr 30, 2023

Last Labyrinth struggles to deliver an engaging VR escape room experience, marred by sluggish gameplay mechanics, repetitive level design, and inconsistent puzzle quality. Though the game's mysterious premise and multiple endings hold promise, the novelty of its VR features quickly fades. Overpriced and lacking replay value, Last Labyrinth falls short of providing the immersive experience players might hope for.

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3 / 10.0 - Babylon's Fall
Mar 22, 2022

To put it mildly, Platinum Games’ very first live service outing falls short in just about every area.

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Apr 10, 2023

Across The Valley is a disappointing VR farming simulator with numerous bugs, poor controls, and tedious gameplay. Despite its visuals and budget price, the game's core experience remains underwhelming.

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Apr 14, 2022

Baldo: The Guardian Owls falls short of the heights set by its inspiration, but it is still a respectable action RPG.

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Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood suffers from repetition and terrible stealth-focused gameplay that fails to capitalizes on its potential world.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Godfall
Nov 29, 2020

Godfall’s structural failings hinder its promising foundation from realizing its potential.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Jupiter & Mars
Apr 25, 2019

On the whole, Jupiter and Mars is a game that exhibits a lot of potential, but only briefly realizes it in occasional traces of worthwhile gameplay. Nevertheless, it’s worth appreciating the powerful message that it carries.

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Oct 8, 2023

Super Bomberman R 2 excels in delivering a rich multiplayer experience, introducing innovative modes like a 64-player battle royale and Castle mode for strategic base-building. However, the game's single-player story mode falls short, offering repetitive gameplay and a forgettable narrative that doesn't quite ignite the fuse for a compelling solo adventure.

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Nov 4, 2023

Baby Shark: Sing & Swim Party offers a visually appealing and engaging experience for young fans of the Baby Shark phenomenon, but its limited gameplay and repetitive content may not sustain interest for long periods. While the game succeeds in capturing the essence of PinkFong's Baby Shark through its art style and animation, it falls short in providing a compelling and varied gameplay experience.

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Sep 24, 2023

Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle, the second installment in the Daymare series, shows signs of improvement over its predecessor but still falls short of greatness. While the game maintains its core identity as a horror-centric, third-person shooter, it struggles with repetitive gameplay and a lack of narrative depth. Despite its flaws, it offers a reasonable budget option for fans of the genre.

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6 / 10.0 - Gorn
Jun 21, 2023

Gorn VR's PSVR 2 port offers improved visuals but lacks significant enhancements, with unintuitive controls and underutilized audio capabilities. Despite these issues, its cartoonish arena brawls and weapon variety provide short bursts of entertainment. However, the minimal improvements in the PSVR 2 version make it a questionable upgrade.

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Jun 19, 2023

Hello Neighbor: Search and Rescue transitions the popular franchise into VR, offering a non-linear adventure filled with puzzles and jump scares, but falls short in delivering a truly immersive experience. While the game's multiple playable characters and VR functionality add a unique twist, its lack of clear direction, potential for motion sickness, and limited object interaction may detract from the overall enjoyment.

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May 4, 2023

Minecraft Legends doesn’t quite live up to the lofty ambitions of the game it is spun off from, as much of its potential has gone unrealized.

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Apr 30, 2023

The Tale of Onogoro offers an engaging VR experience with vibrant visuals and inventive puzzles, setting it apart from its predecessor, Last Labyrinth. While the game excels in delivering an immersive world and clever mechanics, it stumbles with repetitive combat and excessive cutscenes that interrupt the gameplay. Despite not fully realizing its anime-driven action-adventure ambitions, The Tale of Onogoro provides a more replayable and enjoyable experience overall.

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6 / 10.0 - Evil West
Dec 3, 2022

Evil West isn’t for everyone, primarily appealing to fans of old-school action games.

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Dawn of Ragnarok is an expansion aimed specifically toward Assasin's Creed: Valhalla enthusiasts. It doesn't compare to some of the more recent games that have made use of Norse Mythology. It boasts a solid combat system that is hampered by the antiquated quest design and a mediocre plot.

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Jan 5, 2021

Crysis Remastered is a missed opportunity for a cult-classic to rejuvenate on modern platforms. There are too many issues to consider this remaster worthy of its name.

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6 / 10.0 - Golem (VR)
Nov 18, 2019

Marred by problematic controls, Golem is otherwise the closest thing yet to Dark Souls VR.

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One-Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows delivers style over substance. It’s a casual adventure/fighting game where chaos and spectacle take precedence over deep and strategic combat.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Evil Dead: The Game
May 29, 2022

Evil Dead: The Game succeeds with its multiplayer component, which is still enjoyable with friends, but if you're looking for a single-player experience, you'll be disappointed.

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