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73xingt0nXc0nc0rd
73xingt0nXc0nc0rd reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Horizon Zero Dawn
Reviewed: Sep 20, 2021
10.00

Great game to transition from Assassin's Creed Odyssey! Stealth kill, bowkilling mech beasts- let it be docile or deadly, (especially) gathering fatty meats and rich meats to make health potions, and gathering raccoon bones to upgrade one's particular resources supply satchel's max carrying capacity.

(note: reviewed after completing the game's second or third chapter, where Aloy didn't leave Mother's Embrace yet)

73xingt0nXc0nc0rd
73xingt0nXc0nc0rd reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Road 96
Reviewed: Sep 20, 2021
2.50

Twas overhyped for me, imo. The artstyle of the game is pretty nice, the gameplay is "just ok", and the [little] dialogue choices are poor. Like, at one point you get to choose either dialogue a or b but both are the same answer just worded differently. And the characters and timeframe how-they-talked is cringely to the max. Tbh, the only thing i liked from this game was the artstyle and its OST.

Cuc Nguyen
Cuc Nguyen reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Reviewed: Sep 20, 2021
1.00

This game have a lot of mistske iam out this map in mission 15 . I cant play it countinute i dont know how to do fix this mistake dont buy and will this game it not good for you. You can play other game for example the last of us gta v metal gear soild 5 it good more than this game. It is very bad. Shit gameeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Zidan Fath
Zidan Fath reviewed a game
PC
Bless Unleashed
Reviewed: Sep 20, 2021
6.50

The first few hours is boring, IMO. but the combat is satisfying and engaging, but the server is just BAD (asia)

Maruf Hassan
Maruf Hassan reviewed a game
PC
Darksiders III
Reviewed: Sep 20, 2021
8.00

This is the third game in the Darksiders franchise. You play as Fury, she is a hot-headed character with very few likable character moments in the game. The story revolves around her catching the seven deadly sins which have escaped their prison. The overall game is good and continues the story of the aftermath of the destruction of Earth.

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Sep 19, 2021
tim
tim reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Sky Force Reloaded
Reviewed: Sep 20, 2021
8.50

Warning: this game is very addicting.

A modern interpretation of the classic shoot’em up. Beautiful graphics, 1080p and 60fps in docked mode, excellent controls and interesting upgrade system.

The game is designed so it forces you to replay levels and complete multiple objectives in each level. This way you earn sufficient stars to upgrade your ship as the levels get progressively harder.

The best shoot’em up I played in over a decade. If you like this genre, pick it up. Also a great game for couch coop. This is one of those games that has you saying “ok one more run” and before you know it 5 hours have passed. Really enjoying this one! For less than 10 bucks, this is a steal that will give you countless hours of fun.

tim
tim reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Super Mario Odyssey
Reviewed: Sep 20, 2021
9.30

Probably one of, if not, the best mario game out there. I’ve always been a Mario fan with super mario bros 3 being my ultimate favorite perhaps due to nostalgic reasons but there is no denying that this is a fantastic game.

I guess it is fair to say this is the ultimate successor to Mario 64 which never really captured me like this one.

Levels are clever with great hidden puzzles, nostalgic 2d elements, great boss fights and the balloon travel system is very well thought out.

It’s fair to say this is a MUST play/buy if you’re a Nintendo Switch owner as it is one of the best Mario games ever made. Period

Joseph Schwartz
Joseph Schwartz reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
WarioWare: Get It Together!
Reviewed: Sep 20, 2021
8.50

It's a very fun and challenging game. Sure, it's fast-paced and whatnot. But I love the Nintendo-themed ones and seeing the different game-like levels in the game. For the right price, it is a good and proud game. After all, obey Wario, destroy Mario!

Jejuand
Jejuand reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA
Reviewed: Sep 19, 2021
9.80

This is my first time playing YS, and OMG. It was so fun.

The story is about another adventure of Adol who in this time, he got stuck in Siren's Island. The island is known of been a cursed one, during your adventures you are discovering mysteries.

The game:

  • Hackslash action RPG
  • The battles are pretty fast to finish if you exploit the weakness of the enemy.
  • The music is great, it changes depending in which part of the island you are.
  • The story is interesting with some plot twist.
  • When the monster are too far, you will notice a little lag. But it isn't too bad

I think this is one of the best game you can start with the franchise. The number of the game is not the exact chronology order of the game. If you want to play it in order, search in google.

robiu013
robiu013 reviewed a game
PlayStation 5
Life is Strange: True Colors
Reviewed: Sep 19, 2021
7.00

Not gonna lie, I have a bit of a sweet spot for the melodrama of Life is Strange games. I previously only played the original and had some mixed feelings on it, but I still can't deny, that the game was a blast. After seeing True Colors announced on a Nintendo Direct, I knew I'll have to give it a try on no other basis, than it's a new Life is Strange game.


Anyway, here's a rundown of my opinions:

-Graphics are mostly good. The character models aren't the best I have seen in a story-driven game. I definitely prefered the cel-shaded comic book characters of Tales From the Borderlands and the facial captures in Until Dawn were more impressive, but they still do their job fine. I did love the ambience of the small mountain town, that is Haven Springs. It's just a joy to walk around the various colourful areas the town has to offer.

-Gameplay is comparable to the original, if not slightly worse. Fans of the franchise are probably already aware, but Life is Strange loves to switch things up by coming up with a new gimmick for each new installment. The original had time reversal powers, in this one you're an empath, who can sense and affect other people's emotions. While a cool concept to switch things up in terms of story telling, empath powers just aren't as impressive in a video game as time reversal (well, unless they'd do it more like Psychonauts) and usually just result in you having to find some poorly hidden objects the character you are trying to emotionally impact has emotional ties to Psychonauts style, then use them as a hint to get to the next step of the pretty straight-forward and barely challenging puzzle. So yeah, the story-telling might still hook you, but in terms of puzzles the game just hands you the progress on a silver platter.

-Gameplay is not just story-driven listening to dialogues and looking for emotional clues to solve the puzzle. The game occasionally tries to mix things up with different forms of mini games. The game features several arcade machines, which allow you to play classic 8-bit style games on, a chapter 2 segment makes you play 3 rounds of table football and the larping level of chapter 3 features classic Final Fantasy turn-based combat.

-Given that this games' theme is emotions, the characters come up on top when compared to the original. A tragedy that befalls Haven Springs at the end of the games' first chapter permeates the characters moods in the otherwise idyllic mountain town and quite a bit of pretty cool characterization is born from it. Also gotta give credit for doing something interesting with the main character, as opposed to the original, where the main character was initially a bit too blank slate when integrated in the overall story.

-The story is quite interesting, even if I have to admit, that the resolution was not my cup of tea. People might also take issue with the quirky millenial dialogues, that are present in the early parts of the game, but diminish as the game progresses as well as the idealistic "millenial" sense of justice, that becomes a bit of an issue for the main character when the game starts climaxing, where I really just felt like the characters didn't bother thinking their master plan through. I could also comment on how the town is like an escapist little hipster idyll packing a record store with all the obscure indie records your heart desires, a larping community, where the whole town cooperates and a hemp store with the main character happily exclaiming, that weed is legal now at one point.


Anyway, game is good if you are into story-driven games and don't mind the quirky attempts of the game trying to capture their target demographics sentimentalities.

Mist Ace
Mist Ace reviewed a game
PC
Red Dead Redemption 2
Reviewed: Sep 19, 2021
8.60

Great story, great franchise in general but this pc port is soooo bad, even if your rocking not that old hardware the game looks just bad. I played this game on my base xbox one and it looked way better then what I got with my rtx 2060 and ryzen 5 5600x. STAY ON CONSOLE FOR THIS GAME

Steve Andrade
Steve Andrade reviewed a game
Xbox One
MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries
Reviewed: Sep 19, 2021
6.00

Controls are somewhat intuitive; making you feel as if you are in control of a BattleMech. It somewhat reminds me of the old GunGriffon games where you control the legs and overall movement with one set of buttons and swivel the torso of the machine by holding down the left trigger and moving the d-pad around. The controls take a while to grow on you and feel clumsy at first, but you eventually get the hang of it. I still would rather prefer there were an alternate, simpler control option ala Titanfall or Hawken style controls for your Mech. The controls can kind of get in the way and slow down the pacing of the game and combat.

Another complaint that I have is the menu system in between missions. You have to negotiate contracts, buy, sell, install, and repair parts to your Mech. While I appreciate that this adds a degree of "realism" to the game, again, like the controls, they distract from gameplay and combat.

This game was very obviously tailored for PC play and was not localized for console playing. This isn't a very good port.

The graphics look decidedly 7th gen, and I hope to see a Nintendo Switch port of this game with streamlined controls, seeing as how the Switch is a hardware middleweight.

The dialogue and story are forgettable. 

Overall, okay-ish play with some unnecessary things added in for the console experience. Clumsy controls that you may or may not get used to with dated graphics, average sound, and totally lackluster storyline.

sl0dziu
sl0dziu reviewed a game
Pratham Modi
Pratham Modi reviewed a game
PC
Cuphead
Reviewed: Sep 19, 2021
9.40

Core Loop: 10/10



Boredome: 10/10



Sound Design: 5/5



Gameplay: 5/5



Engaging And Flow: 6/10



Unpredictability: 10/10



Fun: 10/10



Art: 10/10



Uniqueness: 10/10



Quality: 9/10



Forgettability: 9/10

KaN3K1
KaN3K1 reviewed a game
PC
Dead Cells
Reviewed: Sep 19, 2021
10.00

i give the game 10 ...mabye its not perfect for others but for me its just G O A T

when u play and replay from Game difficulty ...i have never feel like this but this glory game

Bryan Schmidt
Bryan Schmidt reviewed a game
Xbox Series X
Zombie Watch
Reviewed: Sep 18, 2021
1.00

Don't buy. Too many glitches. Zombies get stuck during waves, you lose health just pushing buttons, sometimes the buttons stop working requiring you to quit. Don't buy!

Shlomi H
Shlomi H reviewed a game
Shlomi H
Shlomi H reviewed a game
Shlomi H
Shlomi H reviewed a game
Zidan Fath
Zidan Fath reviewed a game
PC
Scavengers
Reviewed: Sep 18, 2021
7.00

Asia server is dead, most of the players are on the EU server.. but honestly, this is a pretty solid game, rather than killing another player your main objective is to obtain data and bring that data to the extraction point.

Carlos Nogueira
Carlos Nogueira reviewed a game
Android
Mobile Legends: Bang bang
Reviewed: Sep 18, 2021
9.20

I play all the android mobas, and MLBB is the best of all.

Michael Joseph
Michael Joseph reviewed a game
Android
Evony: The King's Return
Reviewed: Sep 18, 2021
1.00

Don't waste your time #1 developer fed alliance bullys all. Bad customer service wasting your money when game glitches. Developers allow bullying and racist attacks

Renz Krita
Renz Krita reviewed a game
Android
Eclipse Isle
Reviewed: Sep 17, 2021
10.00

Battle Royals With Martial Art , Skill , stuff doesnt matter skill and Technic is important

Krita Renz
Krita Renz reviewed a game
Android
Eclipse Isle
Reviewed: Sep 17, 2021
10.00

Battle Royals With no gun

Great combat

Many heroes to choose

Shadow
Shadow reviewed a game
PC
Blasphemous
Reviewed: Sep 17, 2021
9.10

I like these metroidvania souls like games and blasphemous no less. It is a 2d platformer where you'll get all the deja vu feeling of dark souls. The level design is just awesome and the designers have put a nice effort in it. Definitely you must play this game if you like challenge and love the souls like genre.

Jeho Condeno
Jeho Condeno reviewed a game
PC
Hollow Knight
Reviewed: Sep 17, 2021
4.20

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Charlie
Charlie reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Monster Sanctuary
Reviewed: Sep 17, 2021
9.00

Excellent platformer with monster taming thematic. Well-balanced battle mechanics, charming characters and an extensive (traditional metroidvania style) map.

CAT “Mang Jollibee” FOOD
PlayStation 4
Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2
Reviewed: Sep 17, 2021
9.50

This isn't a remaster, it's a full remake. That said, very little has been done to the mechanics of the game and the level design. The new songs are great, and the old ones still are as well, with a sad few omissions from the original two games.

It's really amazing how well the game has held up since mechanically, almost nothing has changed. It just looks a lot more beautiful and has more features, such as online play including leaderboards that will make you refrain from ever saying, "I'm good at Tony Hawk!" ever again, and more in-depth skater and skate park creation systems. This is a dream come true for 90s/00s nostalgic gamers, and also worth playing even for the youngest generation.

CAT “Mang Jollibee” FOOD
PS Vita
Persona 4 Golden
Reviewed: Sep 17, 2021
9.00

I would've given this a 9.5 a decade ago, but sadly it's just a 9. The dungeons are too tedious. Persona 5 Royal has eclipsed this game in nearly every way except for one thing: the charm of its characters. And that is exactly why you should play this.

If you want a higher resolution and Japanese voices, hit up the Steam port. If you're like me and you love to hunt for trophies on PSN, get this one. There is no difference otherwise.

Enjoy being a high schooler traveling thru parallel dimensions solving a murder mystery, crawling through dungeons, mastering the difficult-but-addicting combat system, and experiencing one of the most engrossing anime-style visual novels in history. Just be warned that several components of the game are very outdated compared to the sequel.

CAT “Mang Jollibee” FOOD
Xbox 360
Beautiful Katamari
Reviewed: Sep 17, 2021
8.50

Most Katamari games are the same good fun, and this is no exception. It is far better polished than the original, even the Katamari Reroll remake of the original. I would put this above the PS3 and PSP versions of Katamari as well.

I will warn you, though, that you're better off buying a 3rd party controller that has analog sticks at the same height. It's very awkward and takes a long time to get used to playing with your thumbs at different levels.

That said, if you want something quirky and cute, get on the Xbox store and download this - it's still a blast to play, and very charming after a decade. You will, however, get sick of it and put it down for several years. Just enjoy it while it lasts!

CAT “Mang Jollibee” FOOD
PlayStation 4
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
Reviewed: Sep 17, 2021
10.00

This is, without a doubt, the best fighting game of the last 20 years. It's up there with Guilty Gear XX Accent Core as a game that still has a cult following. Several characters are extremely broken in a good way (Morrigan, Zero, Vergil, Phoenix), and several others in a bad way (Phoenix Wright, Hsien-Ko, Jill, Iron Man), but 48/50 of the cast is viable in competitive play if you're willing to construct the appropriate team for them. That says a lot for a game with an enormous roster spanning generations of comics and games.

If you want to play online, however, download the Steam version as opposed to do this one. And don't play through the official servers, either: Google "umvc3 discord" and learn how to play on Parsec. The online play is much smoother and you can find competitors at all skill levels. So technically this is a review for the PC version, however the PS4 version (with its awful online play) is the one I sunk all my time into.

CAT “Mang Jollibee” FOOD
PlayStation 4
Burnout Paradise Remastered
Reviewed: Sep 17, 2021
9.00

This is the most polished of the Burnout series in full 1080p with online play. A few years later there aren't many left on the servers, but if you can talk a friend into buying this, you'll have a blast. Single player is great too - however, sometimes the AI is incredibly stupid and other times impossibly brilliant - you'll find yourself shaking your head at both situations.

It's still a blast to play, though. While it doesn't have the passion of the PS2 or PSP games, it is still the most polished. It handles as great as any arcade racer, with the only thing being the controls for stunts are sometimes too loose and sometimes too tight. But you can get used to it.

The soundtrack, however, is very outdated. There's a handful of classics, and a lot of stuff that was "cool" ten years ago and definitely is not anymore. Nothing shows the age of the game worse than turning on the radio and hearing 00's butt rock, outdated nu-metal, and mediocre indie bands that were covered on Pitchfork for a few months at most.

Necessary play for those who like arcade racers, and everyone else should at least consider it.

CAT “Mang Jollibee” FOOD
Xbox 360
Bully: Scholarship Edition
Reviewed: Sep 16, 2021
9.00

It's an open-world Rockstar game, and it was executed very well on the Xbox 360 with the resolution upscaled from its PS2 version, and a few little irrelevant extras here and there. It's short and sweet - there's not nearly as much to do as there is in Grand Theft Auto IV which came out about the same time - but it's a very charming coming-of-age story for a kid who isn't actually a bully trying to find his place in a strict, institutional environment. The combat and transportation are very minimalistic compared to GTA, but they're executed very well - really, you just want to play the game for the comical immersion of being a young teenager in a boarding school.

CAT “Mang Jollibee” FOOD
PC
Mushihimesama
Reviewed: Sep 16, 2021
9.50

It's one of the best shmups at all time. It's great for beginners and experts alike. You can credit feed in the standard difficulty, then shoot for a 1cc, and then go for higher. The sequel, Mushihimesama Futari, is superior to this one, but if you want a flying bug princess bullet hell game, you shouldn't look any further than this. Let's hope the sequel gets a release on PC!

CAT “Mang Jollibee” FOOD
PC
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R
Reviewed: Sep 16, 2021
10.00

This is a classic game for a reason. Every single character is viable, and now that there's rollback netcode you can play anyone in the world with little-to-no lag. It's a timeless classic, and I would probably call it the greatest fighting game of all time. Let's hope Guilty Gear Strive as it evolves will reach this tier.

CAT “Mang Jollibee” FOOD
PC
Ultra Street Fighter IV
Reviewed: Sep 16, 2021
9.00

I've spent countless hours playing this game. There's nothing more to say than "it's Street Fighter". The online play is terrible, though, so I would recommend using Parsec. Find matches on Discord.

CAT “Mang Jollibee” FOOD
Nintendo Switch
Diablo III: Eternal Collection
Reviewed: Sep 16, 2021
9.50

Being able to play Diablo portably was a godsend. I played the PC version at launch and it was all kinds of janky and unbalanced, but I was pleasantly surprised at how far the series has come. The storyline is awful, and the artwork is more like World of Warcraft than Diablo, so I can't give it a perfect score. But those are minor nitpicks, because the art isn't bad per se, and no one cares about the story anyhow.

Jade
Jade reviewed a game
Nintendo 3DS
IRONFALL Invasion
Reviewed: Sep 16, 2021
4.60

It's server have recently gotten sluggish and the company itself ain't too great. Plus it's just a rinse and copy fps. Nothing too special. If you want something with almost identical formula. Play COD, it at the least is stable and has good fps

Bendjamin Tolentino
Bendjamin Tolentino reviewed a game
PlayStation 3
UFC Undisputed 3
Reviewed: Sep 16, 2021
10.00

It’s been almost 10 years since this game came out and it’s still better than any release after it. It has since been recognized by Sony by being added to the collection of PlayStation Hits

Ravine2227
Ravine2227 reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Red Dead Redemption 2
Reviewed: Sep 16, 2021
10.00

The graphics is just wonderful. It's one of the most realistic games I've ever played. The nature is stunning, the animals have realistic moves, the horses is more real looking than any actual horse game I have seen, and just like cars today the horses comes in a variety of colors, sizes and have different speeds etc. The story is mindblowing, with an amount of details that is close to perfect for a game. Highly recommended for all genders, and it's guaranteed many well spent hours with fun!

Fyzul Asyraf
Fyzul Asyraf reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
Reviewed: Sep 16, 2021
10.00

this game is the benchmark for console AAA game. great story, great melee and gun combat. climbing is super fun. what can i say, well done naughty dog. definitely will buy the remastered version for ps5 in the future.

Fyzul Asyraf
Fyzul Asyraf reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Battlefield V
Reviewed: Sep 16, 2021
9.00

this is fun. imo the single story campaign is the best among all series. eventhough, the mission quite the same but i enjoyed the thrill.

Christian Rainer
Christian Rainer reviewed a game
Zidan Fath
Zidan Fath reviewed a game
PC
A Way Out
Reviewed: Sep 16, 2021
8.00

cool, I've played for like 6 hours with my friend and we enjoy it so much

New celulares
New celulares reviewed a game
bartoszwronski2007
bartoszwronski2007 reviewed a game
Vindecode
Vindecode reviewed a game
PC
Hollow Knight
Reviewed: Sep 16, 2021
9.00

cool side scroll and adventure game :)

poisondragon
poisondragon reviewed a game
Android
Arknights
Reviewed: Sep 15, 2021
10.00

Incredible fun game, not a cash grab. You can finish the whole game with the free units you get if you level them correctly.

Only android Game I ever recommend

StathisLK
StathisLK reviewed a game
Xbox One
Five Nights at Freddy's 3
Reviewed: Sep 15, 2021
6.30

Fnaf 3 maybe was the most hyped videogame ever, from the fnaf 1 and 2 people expected a lot but ggot half of it. The gameplay and mechanics are not as enjoyable as the first two. Ater night 3 the game become really hard causing many players to give up. The only good thing about this game is the lore. This is the most lore we got from a fnaf game. I recommend you should play it only for the lore even if the gameplay was badly done.

Satria Wibowo Balalembang
PC
Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis
Reviewed: Sep 15, 2021
10.00

Hai saya dari indonesia


Game ini sangat bagus, dengan grafik yang sangat baik, kombat fight nya juga cukup baik, dapat menggunakan berbagai macam senjata, dan banyak model senjata yang sangat baik.

menurut saya game dengan jenis mmorpg ini adalah yang terbaik sepanjang saya memainkan game.

Terima kasih


Steve Andrade
Steve Andrade reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Immortal Redneck
Reviewed: Sep 14, 2021
6.00

As much as I enjoy the over the top, Duke-esque humor, this game fell a little short of my expectations as described in the eShop. Repetitive map design, cheap enemies, lots of deaths, and very blurry Nintendo 64-esque motion blur and textures almost ruin the experience. There is no option to invert the gyro controls which sucks (if you tilt your Switch to the right, you should aim right, or at least that's my thinking). Weapon selection is scant, and ammo is hard to come by and the weapons seem a little nerfed - especially the double barreled shotgun, which could use a little more ass and better pellet spread. Item drops disappear too quickly and this game desperately needs a save anywhere, anytime feature, or at least a checkpoint system to keep you from needlessly looping around and to spare you the cheap deaths.

The humor is foul, the way I like it and I enjoy the foul-mouthed Redneck protagonist, he kind of reminds me of Duke Nukem, which is a game I passed over to buy this. The enemies are to say the least, bizarre and eclectic. They're deadly accurate and extremely aggressive so this game is a bit on the steep side of the difficulty curve. This game has quickly lost its appeal to me and I have relegated it to a toilet game.

mZtthew|@_MatthewRE.
mZtthew|@_MatthewRE. reviewed a game
Xbox One
Paladins
Reviewed: Sep 14, 2021
8.50

When I heard of “Hero shooter”, the first game that came out of my mind was this. I played this game on Xbox for like 24 hours before I stopped playing. After a year, i heard of the gen lock update on Paladins and i decided to try it again on PC. I didn't know I could be this addicted to a game other than csgo.

It's similar to “Overwatch”, and most people will compare both games. They are unique it their own ways.

Hero/Characters: There are a lot of heroes in this game and each having their own unique passive, skill, and skin to unlock. Some characters have a special ability, like throwing a firebomb and dealing with fire damage. Each character has their own card system. The card system is very hard to explain, and I recommend checking a video or researching it. You can unlock the character skin by levelling it up by killing and completing a match.

Some heroes have a jetpack or something that makes them fly, and some are able to jump multiple times. The thing I like about paladin's heroes are the type of them, there is a dragon and random species of animal or some type, and it makes the game unique to overwatch, overwatch's heroes are usually humans, not all, by most. Some heroes can go invisible and it's so annoying when I'm extremely close to killing them, and they just go invisible and run away. September 14,2021. There are 51 playable heroes in the game.

One thing that I dislike about paladins is “Game modes” There are

  • Siege.
  • Onslaught - King of the Hill.
  • Team Deathmatch.

Sometimes, there are limited time modes. There are a limited amount of game modes to choose from, as there are bots, but you versus bots with real player teammates. You'll easily get bored by playing team-deathmatch every single day. If there are limited gamemodes, it usually lasts for a few days. And it's a shame for new players, they will get bored very easily. Though there's a ranked mode for competitive players.

Plus, heroes are constantly added to each update. Or maybe a new season with new quests and gamemodes to look forward to. And free stuff.

The game is mostly team-based and if your teammates are constantly going solo and dying from enemies teaming up, it's really hard to win the game.

Why you should play Paladins:

  • Crossplay with consoles and Pc.
  • Constantly gets updates from time to time adding new seasons or new heroes.
  • Great player base, barely seen any cheaters in this game.
  • Amazingly designed characters with each having a nice voice lines.

Other stuff I can't think of, here's a description of why you should play : "Why should I play Paladins?

While it's also classified as a first-person shooter, Paladins has a card system to upgrade your abilities. ... These upgrades give Paladins more of a MOBA feel, than a typical shoot, kill, win thought process."

"With over 25 million registered players, Paladins is one of the most successful free to play shooters and is well worth a play for any fan of the hero shooter genre. Despite Paladin's similarity to Overwatch, it is unique enough to make it worth a play for even the most diehard Overwatch fans."

And i don't see the game dying any time soon. You can't really customise stuff in the game, with very few settings options. It's mostly about binds and graphics.

And overwatch doesn't really update very often, leading to people getting bored and some switching to paladins, as most people say, "Unlike overwatch, which feel completely abandoned by its owners, Paladins feels alive and active as ever."

You should really try paladins if you haven't already, it's still a great time to play the game, it's completely free but there are a lot of microtransactions. And it's not pay to win, which is good.

mZtthew|@_MatthewRE.
mZtthew|@_MatthewRE. reviewed a game
PC
Paladins
Reviewed: Sep 14, 2021
8.50

When I heard of “Hero shooter”, the first game that came out of my mind was this. I played this game on Xbox for like 24 hours before I stopped playing. After a year, i heard of the gen lock update on Paladins and i decided to try it again on PC. I didn't know I could be this addicted to a game other than csgo.

It's similar to “Overwatch”, and most people will compare both games. They are unique it their own ways.

Hero/Characters: There are a lot of heroes in this game and each having their own unique passive, skill, and skin to unlock. Some characters have a special ability, like throwing a firebomb and dealing with fire damage. Each character has their own card system. The card system is very hard to explain, and I recommend checking a video or researching it. You can unlock the character skin by levelling it up by killing and completing a match.

Some heroes have a jetpack or something that makes them fly, and some are able to jump multiple times. The thing I like about paladin's heroes are the type of them, there is a dragon and random species of animal or some type, and it makes the game unique to overwatch, overwatch's heroes are usually humans, not all, by most. Some heroes can go invisible and it's so annoying when I'm extremely close to killing them, and they just go invisible and run away. September 14,2021. There are 51 playable heroes in the game.

One thing that I dislike about paladins is “Game modes” There are

  • Siege.
  • Onslaught - King of the Hill.
  • Team Deathmatch.

Sometimes, there are limited time modes. There are a limited amount of game modes to choose from, as there are bots, but you versus bots with real player teammates. You'll easily get bored by playing team-deathmatch every single day. If there are limited gamemodes, it usually lasts for a few days. And it's a shame for new players, they will get bored very easily. Though there's a ranked mode for competitive players.

Plus, heroes are constantly added to each update. Or maybe a new season with new quests and gamemodes to look forward to. And free stuff.

The game is mostly team-based and if your teammates are constantly going solo and dying from enemies teaming up, it's really hard to win the game.

Why you should play Paladins:

  • Crossplay with consoles and Pc.
  • Constantly gets updates from time to time adding new seasons or new heroes.
  • Great player base, barely seen any cheaters in this game.
  • Amazingly designed characters with each having a nice voice lines.

Other stuff I can't think of, here's a description of why you should play : "Why should I play Paladins?

While it's also classified as a first-person shooter, Paladins has a card system to upgrade your abilities. ... These upgrades give Paladins more of a MOBA feel, than a typical shoot, kill, win thought process."

"With over 25 million registered players, Paladins is one of the most successful free to play shooters and is well worth a play for any fan of the hero shooter genre. Despite Paladin's similarity to Overwatch, it is unique enough to make it worth a play for even the most diehard Overwatch fans."

And i don't see the game dying any time soon. You can't really customise stuff in the game, with very few settings options. It's mostly about binds and graphics.

And overwatch doesn't really update very often, leading to people getting bored and some switching to paladins, as most people say, "Unlike overwatch, which feel completely abandoned by its owners, Paladins feels alive and active as ever."

You should really try paladins if you haven't already, it's still a great time to play the game, it's completely free but there are a lot of microtransactions. And it's not pay to win, which is good.

Sparsh MENON
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Nintendo Switch
Pokémon Sword
Reviewed: Sep 14, 2021
9.40

Except for the map being lackluster everything has been done very well


Sparsh MENON
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Nintendo Switch
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Reviewed: Sep 14, 2021
10.00

An epic open world with engaging exploration and combat systems.

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PC
Titanfall 2
Reviewed: Sep 14, 2021
7.80

This is when stormtroopers ride Koubu (Sakura wars mech) goes to Planet P (starship troopers) to make war. A whopping 63 gigabyte for a 7.5hrs campaign gameplay. I didn't bother to play the multiplayer since this is a 5 year old game and their servers got a recent DDOS attack.

Yeah, it's a bit short if you focused on the RPG aspect of the game which they could have put some twists or could have visited other planets added from DLC's. The game's graphics and the environment details are great. There is no map or mini-map displayed so the only thing you could depend on is the enemies. Wherever the enemies are, then probably you should go there and kill them all. Blood splatters and gore adds more realism to the game which makes a lot of sense, like what would happen if you were gunned down by a high caliber rifle equipped from a 7-10 meters mech?

It is challenging and fun. It didn't stress me even if I died a lot from traversing obstacles (walls are your friends, not your enemies) and being KIA in Titan battles. The movement of the character and the Titan didn't bother me since their speed is just right. You can also have an option to adjust to auto-sprint so you can let your left shift key be alone for the moment. Pressing and holding 'Q' affects my gameplay while riding in a Titan to lock missiles or awaiting the right moment to use a titan skill.

Overall, It's a good game but not 2-5 years later. Since it has a multiplayer and it is short-lived due to its servers and can be shut down if no more players. I could've rated this higher if they made the RPG aspect much longer.

I'm a small-time gamer preferably RPG, open world, FPS. practice writing on gaming reviews. Please do comment/criticize my works so I can improve. Thanks!

TobiWAN
TobiWAN reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Reviewed: Sep 13, 2021
9.00

+ Story -Story

+Gameplay -Weapon durability

+Open World/ Freedom -Sometimes empty

+Shrines -Some shrines

+Music -Music

+Creativity

50 Hours played. 45 full of joy :)



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Xbox One
Assassin's Creed Unity
Reviewed: Sep 13, 2021
9.20

Assassin's Creed Unity has to be one of the best assassins creed games. [ for my opinion ] It may have a small map, but it's full of sideo quest chest and collectables. The plot is so good and the felling of assassings being united and you being one of them is amazing.

StathisLK
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Xbox One
Five Nights at Freddy's 2
Reviewed: Sep 13, 2021
9.30

Fnaf 2 took the one thing that made fnaf 1 famous and doubled it's effect succesfully. Fnaf 2 has been called the best fnaf ever. That's because it has so much more, The new mechanics with the mask and music box were really good, the mechanic of withered foxy and balloon boy was pretty good. and the toy and withered animatronics + mangle made it just perfect, a must play game for sure!

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Ajax Town : FPS Game
Reviewed: Sep 13, 2021
10.00

One of the action game

It is very different from other games everyone should try it.

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PC
Outriders
Reviewed: Sep 13, 2021
8.40

Amazing game! I really enjoyed playing with my buddy in coop campaign. Various environments in which we travel are the main plus point for this game. Graphics are great too along with gameplay. You need to do each and every side mission in this since it has its own plot with cutscenes. I don't know why low rating is given for this game but I would say just buy this.

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Rocket League
Reviewed: Sep 13, 2021
8.00

Rocket League is a rare example where the execution of a simple, absurd idea is so strong and so engaging that it doesn’t need a ton of extra features around it. The rush of ripping across the pitch at full turbo to deny a shot on goal with a clutch bicycle-kick is enough to bring me back time and time again for just “one more match,” even without meaningful progression systems.

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PlayStation 4
EA SPORTS FIFA 21
Reviewed: Sep 13, 2021
7.00

Both football games need to step up significantly on next-gen. As home consoles enter an era of unprecedented potential, in terms of pure fun neither FIFA 21 nor PES 2021 get anywhere close to those respective series’ PS2 heyday.


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mZtthew|@_MatthewRE.
mZtthew|@_MatthewRE. reviewed a game
PC
The Artful Escape
Reviewed: Sep 12, 2021
8.80

This game's story is amazing and very interesting. While it takes about 4½hours on average to complete the game, it's a shame as the story has a lot of potential.

Story: You play Francis Vendetti, a folk musician whose uncle, Johnson Vendetti, is a legend because of his music. When it'ss Johnson Vendetti's 20th anniversary. There's a huge concert being held, and it's you, Francis Vendetti, who's going to perform as some sort of "replacement." While you have never even seen your uncle before. Your family and people who have seen your uncle always say that you looked like him and plays like him. Something happened the same night, when you left your house after seeing something.

You'll encounter an alien type creature who is looking for you. After “something” happened. You are teleported to another galaxy. And for the rest of the story. It's all about you trying to get back to your town. In your quest on trying to get back in town for your performance, that is going to happen in like 20hours of some sort. There are people you'll encounter who are very fun and enjoyable to talk to.

Which is really a shame, with the type of characters and story. There is a lot of potential that the Developers could have added, like… More endings or longer stories. I really wanted more of the story and some sort of characters.

Music: While this game is mainly about music, I didn't really find the music in this game enjoyable. While it's only electrical music and there's no sort of singing or voices in the music. It's really boring after hearing the same sort of notes and sound they used to this game countless times. There are some rhythms in this game. With buttons, you're supposed to press to make music and that is all. For music. Which is very, very boring. 7/10

Art/Background of the game: This game really nailed the background and art. When there are games about galaxies and planets, there must be beautiful landscapes and planets with colourful galaxies. And it's all there in this game. With beautiful planets and it's really enjoyable to look at. I literally can't stop being amazed by how wonderful the game looks. And Can't stop taking screenshots of the game, about 35 pictures taken and I posted some of them on my twitter:@_MatthewRE. 9/10 for art.

There are some Platformer elements to this game, with jumping, sliding and trying to not die. With no deaths in this game, you'll just be teleported back to your checkpoint if you hit a spike or some sort of thing that'll kill you. 4/10 for Platformers because this game isn't really about platforming. And it's quite good for me.

Customizable: there are some customizable when you reach a place where you can customise your looks. It's quite cool, you can dress like a girl even though you're a boy. And you can put your name to something dumb or funny. It kind of affects the game, but not very much. Choice matters a little, like the clothes you choose. If you want to lie or tell the truth, it doesn't affect the game entirely, but it changes the way the characters in the game react. Not everybody is human there.

I really wanted to rate this a 9 or 10, but the music was bad. It's electrical music, I don't hate electrical music, but it's quite boring after hearing the same notes or sound over the 4hours of the game. And it was something that made me rate it an 8.8/10. It's like other games that the game's publisher has. Annapurna Interactive Games published Last Stop, which has an amazing story but lacks the use of “Choices matter” and made me rate the game an 8.50/10.

My final prediction: The Artful Escape has an amazing art style with planets looking so cool and background being very enjoyable to look at, but the game lacks music variety. While the characters are likeable and fun to talk to, unique dialogue is like giving inspirational quotes. But the music and short type of story was something I didn't like about the game. So it's a 8.8/10.

While It's still worth trying and maybe giving your own opinion on the game, it's on gamepass, and you're wasting your time by not playing it. And, if you're playing on Xbox, you can earn a lot of g points. Around 600g points just by completing the main story.

mZtthew|@_MatthewRE.
mZtthew|@_MatthewRE. reviewed a game
Xbox One
The Artful Escape
Reviewed: Sep 12, 2021
8.80

This game's story is amazing and very interesting. While it takes about 4½hours on average to complete the game, it's a shame as the story has a lot of potential.

Story: You play Francis Vendetti, a folk musician whose uncle, Johnson Vendetti, is a legend because of his music. When it'ss Johnson Vendetti's 20th anniversary. There's a huge concert being held, and it's you, Francis Vendetti, who's going to perform as some sort of "replacement." While you have never even seen your uncle before. Your family and people who have seen your uncle always say that you looked like him and plays like him. Something happened the same night, when you left your house after seeing something.

You'll encounter an alien type creature who is looking for you. After “something” happened. You are teleported to another galaxy. And for the rest of the story. It's all about you trying to get back to your town. In your quest on trying to get back in town for your performance, that is going to happen in like 20hours of some sort. There are people you'll encounter who are very fun and enjoyable to talk to.

Which is really a shame, with the type of characters and story. There is a lot of potential that the Developers could have added, like… More endings or longer stories. I really wanted more of the story and some sort of characters.

Music: While this game is mainly about music, I didn't really find the music in this game enjoyable. While it's only electrical music and there's no sort of singing or voices in the music. It's really boring after hearing the same sort of notes and sound they used to this game countless times. There are some rhythms in this game. With buttons, you're supposed to press to make music and that is all. For music. Which is very, very boring. 7/10

Art/Background of the game: This game really nailed the background and art. When there are games about galaxies and planets, there must be beautiful landscapes and planets with colourful galaxies. And it's all there in this game. With beautiful planets and it's really enjoyable to look at. I literally can't stop being amazed by how wonderful the game looks. And Can't stop taking screenshots of the game, about 35 pictures taken and I posted some of them on my twitter:@_MatthewRE. 9/10 for art.

There are some Platformer elements to this game, with jumping, sliding and trying to not die. With no deaths in this game, you'll just be teleported back to your checkpoint if you hit a spike or some sort of thing that'll kill you. 4/10 for Platformers because this game isn't really about platforming. And it's quite good for me.

Customizable: there are some customizable when you reach a place where you can customise your looks. It's quite cool, you can dress like a girl even though you're a boy. And you can put your name to something dumb or funny. It kind of affects the game, but not very much. Choice matters a little, like the clothes you choose. If you want to lie or tell the truth, it doesn't affect the game entirely, but it changes the way the characters in the game react. Not everybody is human there.

I really wanted to rate this a 9 or 10, but the music was bad. It's electrical music, I don't hate electrical music, but it's quite boring after hearing the same notes or sound over the 4hours of the game. And it was something that made me rate it an 8.8/10. It's like other games that the game's publisher has. Annapurna Interactive Games published Last Stop, which has an amazing story but lacks the use of “Choices matter” and made me rate the game an 8.50/10.

My final prediction: The Artful Escape has an amazing art style with planets looking so cool and background being very enjoyable to look at, but the game lacks music variety. While the characters are likeable and fun to talk to, unique dialogue is like giving inspirational quotes. But the music and short type of story was something I didn't like about the game. So it's a 8.8/10.

While It's still worth trying and maybe giving your own opinion on the game, it's on gamepass, and you're wasting your time by not playing it. And, if you're playing on Xbox, you can earn a lot of g points. Around 600g points just by completing the main story.

Asjul Aris
Asjul Aris reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Grand Theft Auto V
Reviewed: Sep 12, 2021
10.00

If you missed GTA 5 before, it’s absolutely a game that has to be played. Whether it’s worth buying a second time is entirely dependent on whether you’re interested in replaying the same game again – and only you can answer that. But I’m glad to have had a reason to revisit it, and am happy to find it even more impressive than it was before.

Asjul Aris
Asjul Aris reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
God of War
Reviewed: Sep 12, 2021
10.00

This is a Masterpiece, everything is perfect in this game, the graphic, the gameplay and the story are amazing. Great job from santa monica studios.

Andy Climer
Andy Climer reviewed a game