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133 games reviewed
75.7 average score
78 median score
91.7% of games recommended

GamesCreed's Reviews

2.8 / 5.0 - Soulstice
Sep 26, 2022

Soulstice, developed by Reply Game Studios, is perhaps the studio’s most audacious project to date. A well-made game that does its best is nonetheless far below the genre’s best. Despite its fresh take on fighting and the dual blue and red field mechanism introduced in the game’s sister pair, Soulstice still seems like a carbon copy of other superior hack-and-slash titles. If these issues are addressed, Soulstice might stand out as a pleasant surprise and become an enjoyable game.

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3.2 / 5.0 - Way of the Hunter
Sep 16, 2022

Way of the Hunter provides the authenticity you need to probably have the best virtual hunting experience. Still, it also comes with some baggage, such as a story, which the developer could have placed more emphasis on. When you think about these things, they make the game to be inconsistent overall.

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Sep 8, 2022

Commandos 3: HD Remaster is ultimately a game that has failed to deliver. While it may be authentic to the original Commandos 3 experience, that is really a failure rather than a success. It fails to really improve the game in any way other than its visuals. The gameplay is still as clunky as it always was, and the game still features legacy bugs that have been present in the title since 2003. It is a shame, but Commandos 3: HD Remastered is more of a re-release as opposed to a remaster.

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Sep 2, 2022

Gerda: A Flame in Winter is a brilliantly done RPG. In the art department, it is insanely good, but the sound design could be done in a way that immerses the players a lot more than it does in its current state. The RPG system is nothing new, but it is very nuanced and immersive. Many aspects of the story, like the internal conflicts, make it interesting. It is predictable, sure, but it is really good, and isn’t that all that matters?

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Like No Other: The Legend of the Twin Books is a short point-and-click adventure title. Explore the abandoned town of Red Pines and interact with the few who continue to dwell there. And finally, uncover the legend that has continued to live on in Red Pines.

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Aug 16, 2022

MX Vs ATV Legends seems unfinished. This is not an improvement to the predecessor; in fact, you could consider this a downgrade. You can even make a case for this being the worst game of the franchise. Although the developers are on to something with the features, on the flip side, with almost everything else that pretty much blows it out the water, I am amazed that even after going through the testing process, the developer still felt this game was worthy of releasing in this state.

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4.2 / 5.0 - Super Bullet Break
Aug 15, 2022

Super Bullet Break pits you as Akari, a young woman against an evil AI. Your saved game files are in danger of deletion. Will you be able to stop the Singulaladies from overwriting your files with their own? I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t a frustrating ride. If you’ve something of a short fuse, it’d be best to avoid increasing your blood pressure with Super Bullet Break. If you’re really into uphill battles, this is certainly one that poses a challenge to anyone hard-headed enough to accept it.

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Aug 12, 2022

South of the Circle runs for about three or four hours, and that is the completionist time. This means that you can do pretty much anything there is to be done in this game in only four hours. So it is an experience you can get through in one sitting, which is something that we all need sometimes. If you want to experience something short and sweet at the same time, South of the Circle is the game you must check out.

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Aug 1, 2022

Endling: Extinction is Forever does not do anything more than pointing a finger at these problems and expect you to get something more. Yet the emotional connection in the game between the fox and the player relies on their love for the animals.

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4.2 / 5.0 - Stray
Aug 1, 2022

There is something very satisfying about a game exceeding your expectations. Amazingly, a simple concept could be delightful. Almost every aspect of Stray is great. An epitome of what an indies game should be. It is a shame that the story was short.

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2.1 / 5.0 - The Guild 3
Jul 27, 2022

The Guild 3 is a unique game that is saturated with choice. So much so that the game can be overly complicated and difficult to master. Once the long grind of learning the game is over, The Guild 3 opens up to become a fun yet tedious experience. It has a fantastic atmosphere and massive potential going forward should the developers continue to support it.

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4.2 / 5.0 - Stray
Jul 24, 2022

Stray is a brilliant but short experience that leaves a good taste in one’s mouth. Though the story itself is not the most enticing part, Stray is fun and cute in many more ways. The gameplay, the level design, the characters, and the world are intriguing enough to keep playing and wanting more. It is wholesome, and the main character is a cat! What more can a person want?

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Jul 23, 2022

Matchpoint - Tennis Championships is the most authentic tennis experience in modern gaming, and a game with great potential shouldn't go to waste. The game is on the right track. The gameplay is probably the best tennis experience you can get in a game. You enjoy vigorous matches and have the joy of the new ranking system based on how well you play.

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2.6 / 5.0 - Naraka: Bladepoint
Jul 21, 2022

Naraka: Bladepoint has potential. There are some originalities, and that’s one thing gamers thoroughly appreciate. However, I don’t think this game is ready to compete with the top dogs of Battle Royale gaming. It needs to give more to even be close to competing with the best in the genre.

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3 / 5.0 - Frozenheim
Jul 12, 2022

Frozenheim is a fun and unpolished title. The game features fun settlement building and engaging combat, but it is bogged down with a poor story, a lack of content (Units and Buildings) and due to that has a severe lack of replayability. Despite these negatives. Frozenheim still manages to be a fun and engaging experience.

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The Dominion Biosyn expansion for Jurassic World Evolution 2 adds a wealth of new content to the game. While the story may be poor, with poor dialogue. The wealth of content surrounding it adds too much to the game, from amazing visuals, great new dinosaurs as well as some new mechanics to keep the game fresh and beyond this, the chaos theory mode serves as a nice escape from the slow-paced base game and throws you into a more chaotic mix.

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4.4 / 5.0 - The Quarry
Jun 28, 2022

The Quarry is, without a doubt, a phenomenal game. This game epitomizes what a horror game should look like, and they’ve gone even further to add more features to make it a much more enjoyable story. It's arguably the best interactive story game ever.

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4.4 / 5.0 - The Hand of Merlin
Jun 27, 2022

The Hand of Merlin throws players deep into a retold legend of King Arthur. The king has died, failing in the mission that Merlin tasked him with. It is now up to a group of new adventures to defeat the Cataclysm. If you’re looking for a new, fresh take on the King Arthur story, this is a great place to find it.

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3 / 5.0 - Samurai Riot
Jun 24, 2022

Samurai Riot: Definitive Edition is a fun arcade-like title with a lot of replay value. The combat is fun and fast-paced, this in conjunction with the major differences between the characters lends itself well to a fun and energetic title. The story may be poor and the branching choices while a bold choice falls flat, the game still remains to be a wholly fun experience.

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Jun 18, 2022

While METAL MAX Xeno Reborn had its share of what I see as issues, it was still a reasonably good game. The gameplay is relatively smooth, and there were no hiccups. It’s worth checking out if you’re a fan of anime-inspired titles.

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