my favorite ❤
This call of duty feels a lot more arcady than past titles... considering the last title they released in their annual COD schedule. The gunplay is like all COD games, strong and sturdy. The story the campaign is trying to be heavy and serious but doesn't quite stick the landing. The multiplayer is really where people's interests lie, and with constant annoying rebalancing of weapons, having to pay for endless season passes, the multiplayer in this version feels like a step down from the previous title.
It's a game that easily fits into the Call of Duty family, a solid entry, but as I have tried most of the CODs I gotta say I'm getting a little weary of the series.
This game series really needs new life breathed into it.
When the PS5 was announced, this game was pushed to the forefront. When the game actually came out it was... just very middle of the road. I give it good scores for it's graphics and the way the colors flare when attacking and using skills. But when you get down to it it's an action rpg that is fine to pass the time with but doesn't break any ground.
Wait for it to go on a 50% sale or more and you won't regret your purchase too much. The action is fast and fluid, the story is heavy and cheesy, the game is all in all pretty forgettable but fine to add to your library but not at full price.
The game asks for quite a bit from its players as far as story, difficulty, and in some aspects- pacing. But the rich story, cinematics, messages and depth and emotion of the game really helps keep it grounded. And yes while again, it does ask for a lot from players overall, by the end of it, if you really allow yourself to take your time and truly explore the game, you see how (impressively) it all comes together. 7.15/10
So this game was originally released as a mobile game in order to get people to still experience FFXV. I can respect that.
I do think it's a great way of distilling a sprawling Final Fantasy experience down to the main story, and I find it a fun little time. The art style is a little rough to look at, but it's not awful. It has a charm.
In terms of story, I really like FFXV. It's an interesting take on the FF formula, and the relationships between the main characters is really compelling for me. The chemistry between the main four boys is really good, and I felt invested in their stories. The main romance is kind of stale for me, but there's some interesting things there. The overall conflict is also very interesting.
Overall, this is a really nice little way of engaging with and experiencing the story of this sprawling FF game without having to invest into all the side quests and experiences, and especially is great on the Switch system as a handheld experience.
Man, it's Animal Crossing. It's wholesome, relaxing, and enjoyable. I could write a lot about the timing of it being released at the beginning of the Pandemic lock down, but I'm not gonna. We all know.
My only complaint is still new Brewster.
Rockstar managed to create one of the best Open World and Protagonist ever
If you’re looking for a very chill and beautiful puzzle game, this is it.
This is a very simple puzzle game — just like the table top ones some people enjoy on rainy days indoors.
The music in this game is quiet but lovely. It perfectly matches the feel of the game.
The artwork for the puzzles are done by some very talented artists from around the world. I really appreciate that they get credited for their work when you finish the puzzle. After you’ve completed a puzzle, you could then download it as a wallpaper.
This is a perfect game to wind down to. It surely helped ease my anxieties a bit ✨
My favorite souls game
Best SuperHero game ever!!! We can feel being a spiderman
It's the best game I ever played till now in ps4. I felt the game should never end.
You must play with gamepad.
A calculator! On the Switch! I mean, it's pretty self-explanatory...
It has all the regular features of a calculator and a scientific calculator. And it supports touch-screen functionality, which is handy for mobile students. The design is also simplistic and user-friendly. However, it doesn't have much use other than that. Besides, there are way more efficient calculators on the web (for free). Moreover, I feel the price is way too steep for a simple calculator, especially in modern times.
I only recommend buying this if you don't have a physical calculator or use your Switch a lot during work....
It's good at what it does, but people aren't looking for that on a gaming console.
It's a little buggy but not bad for a mini golf game. It is enjoyable to play with friends and has some pretty cool maps. and the touch of being able to "dress up" your golf ball is pretty cute.
It's a mainline pokemon game and it doesn't do anything really fresh. If this is your 2nd or 3rd title of the series you've played then you will have a good time with it. Alas I have played pretty much every title and as much as I like amassing an army of Pokemon to mug strangers who meet my gaze... the routine has gotten stale by Pokemon X and Y.
But hey, if they take the approach of "if it broke don't fix it," fine fine fine, it's a good game. In a few years they'll give us GALACTAMAX pokemon and my lvl.100 Bidoof will dwarf planets.
I'm just a little tired of the slight gimmick changes with every new installment. No real risk trying something far and away new, and therefore no real reward. All in all, it's something to pass the time with enjoyably but nothing I'll remember.
For early access this game is really great. The concept of the game is nice and the map is big and the atmosphere is really pretty. A lot of things to craft and a lot of missions.
It's like a gorey Mario Party in a sense. Its very fun to play with friends. Very funny and has fun mini games, cool maps, and you can customize your character to an extent which is cool.
It is a pretty relaxing game and kind of addicting. Only cons are the bugs, most of them don't make too much of a difference but had a few that required me to restart the job.
I have been playing since 2019 and it isbso fun and adictive.10 out of 10 would recomend
Like this tech demo game)
If you like puzzle games this game for you unique atmosphere <3 contoller is good puzzle mid-core. But this game is not platformer this tag is wrong.
It was a good game, a lot too it. very enjoyable up until around the very end and then it seemed to fall a little flat in the sense of doing the last battle which was the only downside I can say about this game. Other than that it was very well made.
It seemed like a lot more simple than the others in the series. The graphics were amazing and the storyline was good but somehow seemed to just be missing something that resulted in the ending not being as satisfying.
Great game in the series. The characters and the gameplay are good all the way through the whole game. Definitely enjoyable. Nothing bad to add
Great game to play when you cant think of a game to play or don't have any new games. Lots of ways to go about playing the game and lots of things to do. Its pretty funny and makes time fly by.
Did very good as a simple mystery game. Was kinda short but I did enjoy it for what it was.
Definitely a good game to introduce you to the PS5. VERY good graphics and seems to have a little bit of everything and I love the little Easter eggs. Really enjoyed playing.
Simple game to pass the time. It is very cute and silly and can make my day a little better when things are stressful.
Great game. Adorable, funny and exciting. Played it every chance I got until I beat it.
The environment- the open world is breath taking. The storyline is good and there is ALOT that you can choose to do in the game. Not my favorite Zelda game but it is definitely up there!
Loved the majority of it but wasn't a fan of the battle style and how it just seemed to keep dragging on.
There is only so much you can get out of it for a phone game. Although it is a good game to pass the time it's hard to get get immersed into because in the the end all it comes down to is just swiping the screen. There just isn't enough there to make it extraordinary and as engaging at the console titles.
Although it is ascetically pleasing I just couldn't for the life of me get into the game, and the small frustrations just eventually lead me to give up.
It was really nice to be able to replay Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2 from the PS2. I don't even know where to start. Kingdom Hearts is my favorite series and just being able to relive it all is just truly amazing. The storyline, the characters, the gameplay, all just perfect.
As a giant Kingdom Hearts fan I was really excited for this game (and a little scared). I was actually pretty surprised! It's pretty easy going for some parts and then some really make you have to keep your focus, the soundtracks were beautiful obviously and gameplay was smooth and very appealing. loves how it connected with the past Kingdom Hearts games.
This game, whew, where to start? Amazing art, graphics, the whole look and feel of the game were mind blowing. Characters were great. The game definitely was long enough to get your moneys worth! amazing storyline. I was so immersed in it that I didn't realize that 80 HOURS of playing the game had gone by! definitely has replay value as you can continue on in a sense.
This is hands down my FAVORITE game in the series so far. It sucks you in to the story right away and keeps you itching to figure out what happens next! good graphics and characters. I'm gonna sound like a broken record but OMG THE STORY! It was amazing! Definitely a game I could play again.
It was a cute concept but I personally ended up getting a bit bored of it after a while. It is a great game for people who love to design! Very relaxing game.
Amazing game and absolutely adorable, fun for kids and adults. Cute graphics and characters. A great game to play if you just want to relax and don't want any stress (except paying off loans at first lol). Plenty of things to do and lots of ways to customize to really be able to add your touch. Played this game for a lot of years and still check back to play every once in a while!
Top 25 PC Roguelike games of the Last 5 YearsMay 9, 2021
Awesome game. I hope more games can try to be so ambitious in the gameplay in the future
I have played the original pokemon snap and it is one of my dearest memories from childhood. After having played the literal named New pokemon snap I have to say it's a nice and relaxed game.
Although, after the nostalgia eyes have dried out and I see the game more clearly. I wish they added a few more "New" features, like the player could still capture or befriend a wild pokemon and could use their abilities/moves to get different reactions on camera. Or the player could see the map beforehand and trace the path they will take in addition to preset tracks.
This is not to take away from the fact that I truly do like the new game. A spin-off long thought dead is now in my hands and its got all the same charm and simple fun as it did when I was younger (even though I seem to be a pitcher whipping apples at everything more so than the original). I love the snap games and this is a fun new entry.
On a different note... I have recently thought of a new theory. Back then early 1995-2010 there were fewer games that I was interested in. So therefore I was sort of forced to put more time into select titles, and therefore I was more invested in the world and growing the feeling of wanting to see the end. But now, with an ever growing backlog of games for every taste and pleasure, I find myself finishing less and less games and skipping dialogue or cutscenes because I feel I have to get onto the next one (assassins creed is guilty of this). Just back when my library was just zombies ate my neighbors, ocarina of time, donkey kong country, and a few others, I soaked up every piece of lore and information they gave. Just my own personal opinion, don't shoot me with a BFG.
An underrated game
A disappointment compared to the other two games
The only thing I like about the game is slow motion kills
I loved the game and it is my all-time favourite
One of my favorite and best PC game I have ever played
A Very good Origin story for a wonderful trilogy even though it has some issues with its combat system and class selection still it a great game
Verry good game I’d recommend it !!!
25 Best Xbox One Single-player Games of All Time [2021 Update]May 7, 2021
In terms of Fire Emblem titles, this one is very strong. The story is extremely interesting and engaging. I’ve so far played 2 out of 4 routes, and while I’ll go back from time to time to finish out my playthrough of all available routes eventually, I feel I can say that the routes do a great job of making you sympathetic to each lord, their goals, and their world views. I played Golden Deer first (still my favorite), and then followed it with Blue Lions, and I enjoy the fact that both routes give you a different facet of the history of Fodlan.
Overall, the story is fabulous, the gameplay is pretty tight, and I would say this is one of the very strongest Fire Emblem titles in recent memory. It’s not without it’s flaws though - Byleth is quite possibly one of the worst protagonists that IntSys has come up with to date (Corrin is the Absolute Worst), and I am frustrated with the current strategy of having the most bland and cookie cutter protagonist possible so fans can project as much as they want onto them. I want a protagonist with an actual personality, please. Further, some of the storylines fall flat or play into unfortunate tropes that just leave a bad taste in my mouth. There’s some weird shenanigans with the final pairings too, but I won’t dig into that too far.
This is still a good game, and very accessible for new players and challenging enough for long time players.
People have lots of opinions about this game, and mine is that it rehashes the same tired Pokémon formula that I’m frankly exhausted of, but the addition of the Wild Area was interesting. I frankly dislike the Gigantimaxing gimmick, though I have disliked most of the Battle Exclusive forms that have been introduced over the course of the Pokémon franchise. Overall, it’s ok - I like some of the Galar forms, I like the Wild Area, and I like the cooking mini game. I just wish it all was a little more fleshed out. The expansion is interesting, but not enough to excite me. Overall, it’s a fine game, but not enough to be truly exciting.
In terms of the tried and true Pokémon formula, this one has some interesting quirks on the system. It's a much more relaxed experience than other Pokémon titles, but in that aspect it presents literally no challenge. That can be a benefit in some ways - especially if you're looking for just an enjoyable, relaxing time. If you're a hardcore Pokémon fan who looks for a challenge this one isn't it. It's geared almost exclusively toward casual Pokémon fans and children, and there's nothing wrong with that in and of itself, it just requires a tempered expectation.
This is a pretty great port of the original game. I really enjoy it and it looks pretty good for it's age (due to the remastering). It also plays great compared to it's Steam port, which was absolutely terrible.
This was my first foray into the world of DMC, and I really enjoyed it. Nero is an adorable edgy anime boy protagonist and I love it purely for the corny factor. The actual battle system/style is really fun, but honestly the story super kinda sucks. It's fine, but it doesn't make a lot of sense and is pretty weak. Pretty sure it would collapse like a wet paper towel. Also, why the hell is Dante in it for like 5 minutes. Give me more Dante content, god. Nero is fine as a protagonist but Dante slaps.
I'm an admitted life long Final Fantasy VII fangirl, so I'm heavily biased in this review. Just needed to state that immediately.
I loved this game. I loved the attention to detail. I loved actually spending time in Midgar, and getting invested in characters that I already knew were going to die. I knew what would happen and my heart was broken anyway. I loved it. I loved that Cloud got to be a bit more expressive than we are used to seeing him in Final Fantasy media. He's awkward and kinda self conscious. He got to dress in drag and it wasn't entirely played for laughs - it was an honest expression of joy and I love that. I loved that Tifa really does feel like the "Girl Next Door" and you can really see that she's yearning for Cloud. I love that we can see how much pain Barret carries and how much Aerith is a balm for Cloud's awkwardness. I really loved the characterization of everyone.
This is an incredibly satisfying and gratifying experience. I was sad to not be able to continue the story once I reached the end.
What I loved less, however, was the game play loop of every major moment being a boss fight with ever escalating stakes - especially in the last few hours. I was furious to have to go through Dark Souls-esque boss fight after boss fight with each having ever increased difficulty, with my hands literally aching from the button mashing (I'm not a very tactical player. Offense all the way). I didn't super love the ending, or the implications it creates. I also don't love the final boss fight from a story perspective, but in terms of gameplay it was super, super satisfying to finally beat them.
I'm tentatively excited to see where the story goes, but the changes make me nervous as to what the story will end up becoming.
In terms of remakes, it's a solid one, but ultimately it relies on the tried and true and kinda boring Pokémon gameplay loop that at this point is pretty stale. It doesn't really add anything new to the formula, besides updated graphics. Still, I really love the zany story of Sapphire and Ruby, so it was fun to revisit it.
Pokémon Sun and Moon was a really enjoyable experience. The new day/night cycle was really fun and I liked the new Alolan forms a lot. The story was decent but not extremely engaging, and overall, I enjoyed it a lot. Also, Rowlet is probably one of the best designed starters that Game Freak have designed since the original 3, so credit where credit is due for that.
This is essentially a rehashing of Pokémon Moon with some new content thrown in, and while it's fun, the fact that it's a repackaged rehash of the previous game is vaguely annoying. It's still fun, but the gameplay loop of Pokémon feels a bit stale when you're literally revisiting the same story for the second time with a little bit of extra stuff thrown in.
This was a fun time, but I breezed through it. It's definitely "easy" compared to other Pokémon titles, but I really like the overall experience. Pokémon X had a very interesting setting and story, and I liked a lot of the Pokémon introduced in the title. This is a solid Pokémon game, though it went by extremely fast (no more than 3 days), and for that lack of challenge I find it to be a good time but not a necessary one.
a solid port of an amazingly well done game. It's probably the most difficult of all of the gameboy Pokemon games I played as a kid, and this is a really well done and nostalgic time. Highly recommend playing it if you get the chance.
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Resident Evil Village builds up new ideas while maintaining the elements of it's predecessors, combine as the best horror survival experience to date, it also Perfectly Builds up the Hype for Future Installment as it Concluded Ethan's Arc The Best Way Possible.
The game didn’t capture nearly what its predecessor had as far as actual engagement. I respect the game’s inspirations and nods to titles such as RE4, P.T., and RE7, but things such as the strange mix of genres in the game, the cringe dialogue and character time and storylines— the game just felt kinda rushed to me. 5.9/10
A new adventure in Chromapolis has started !
Yah, well, Splatoon 2 is indeed great with his super online mode, Salmon Run, Hero Mode etc..., but has BIG defaults.
Once you finished the Hero Mode in 4Hours, you say to yourself :
"Hey, let's buy weapons, shoes, T-Shirts and jeans in Chromapolis !
Oh, crap! You don't have the Online ?
You can't have Levels and gold coins, things that you need to buy this stuff...
So, the story mode is great, but, a mission between 50, that you finish in 6 mins isn't enough...
Not bad but a bit expensive...
Ive always heard of this game and ima be honest i did start with this game rather than the first because y not lol. Even tho I dont know much about what took place in the first this game makes u feel like u fit in enough to the point you believe you know what happened.
I’d like to begin saying that you should know what time of game is before playing it. I watched a few reviews and decided to give it a chance. It’s the most different type of game I played in my life. You are a delivery man traveling across America, that’s all I will say about the story which is the best part of the game, if you can finish it I think you would enjoy it, it’s again, different. Gameplay wise, this is where people were divided, many like it, others hate it, you deliver orders and craft resources and buildings to get to your destiny, at the beginning it’s fun but it’s the whole game and it’s a long one, you’ ll be doing it again, and again, and again. There’s a few fights here and there agains humans and ghost like creatures which is fun, actually but it’s not the main game. Graphics are very good and the music I loved it, specially the bb’s theme. Other thing I liked about the game is that you interact indirectly with other players, contributing to create buildings which are used in their game and our game but we never see each other, you must play it online though. My advice is to give it a try.
Best titel of the series so far.
Great story, characters, gameplay, graphics.
The perfect example of a good remake. It enhances amazingly the experience from the original game. The graphics look amazing on the 3DS, the second screen and the gyroscope are really cleverly used.
The music is fantastic, the story (remains untouched from the N64 version) is captivating and the controls, on a newer hardware, are much better than the first release's. The new controls even make the most painful parts much more fun — you don't have to fight the items menu anymore, you can focus on solving dungeon puzzles.
It's a very immersive experience, even more than the original version. And it's interesting from start to finish. Definitely a must-play for any adventure games fan.
Ce jeu est excellent !
De l'humour, des casses têtes et un scénario très intéressant.
Pretty good Picross fun, gameplay is pretty good, uses of the console's possibilities very well. Also, it teaches you the basics in a very intuitive way.
Micro-transactions make it a short experience, but since you can start it for free, seems fair. Without paying anything you can still have quite some fun and some challenges.
It's a great time killer.
They ruined game 😥