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Pratham Modi
Pratham Modi reviewed a game
PC
Dead Cells
Reviewed: Oct 15, 2021
8.80

Core Loop: 9/10



Boredome: 9/10



Sound Design: 4/5



Gameplay: 5/5



Engaging And Flow: 10/10



Narrative: 7/10



Fun: 10/10



Art: 9/10



Uniqueness: 8/10



Quality: 9/10



Forgettability: 8/10

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Kakhyen Dan
Kakhyen Dan reviewed a game
sergio.rodriguez41
sergio.rodriguez41 reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age
Reviewed: Oct 14, 2021
4.00

I liked Dragon Quest Heroes 1 and 2, and DQXI looked beautiful. So, I was expecting to really like this game. When it came out in Japan, I was hyped up and waited a over a year to play this game. Unfortnaly, it did not live up to the anticipation I had for the game. It is generic and feels bland. The protagonist and most of the companions feel the same. I was about 40% to 50% into the story, but I just could not force myself to continue anymore. I really wanted to like this game.

sergio.rodriguez41
sergio.rodriguez41 reviewed a game
sergio.rodriguez41
sergio.rodriguez41 reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA
Reviewed: Oct 14, 2021
9.00

Picked this game up on a whim, probably because of the box art. Though it is number 8, I never heard of any YS games. I really enjoyed the game for the setting and lore, but the lovable characters won me over. As the story progressed, I began liking the main character (Adol) and his companions. Then, the second character (Dana) of the box art shows up unexpectedly. I knew that both stories would somehow connect, but it did not seem organic. However, towards the end of the game it all makes sense and felt in love with Dana. Do not want to spoil, but some may find the ending a little sad.

Craig Desmond
Craig Desmond reviewed a game
PC
CHRONO TRIGGER®
Reviewed: Oct 14, 2021
10.00

Chrono Trigger is best described as a videogame epic. People say this was made by a dream team and I find it hard not to believe based on the end result. The game looks incredible for snes with vibrant sprites and locals for each time period. The soundtrack is god tier with each track being incredible and each time I hear them I just want to play it all over again (I have it on spotify). The combat is also great with being able to combine techs with 2 or 3 party members to do massive damage is always satisfying and the boss fights are a genuine challenge unless you come in prepared . While everything else is amazing the characters really steal the show for me and this game gives me a cast of party members only matched by the mass effect trilogy. Each party member has a past that depending on how you play you may never see it. Some moments had me at the edge of my seat and some caught me by surprise and some made me close to shedding a tear, the story like every other aspect has everything. Chrono Trigger is possibly the greatest time traveling story ever told and considering it's relatively short length for a jrpg(35 hours) I have no doubt I will be playing new game plus in the near future. Chrono Triggers is pure gaming bliss

sergio.rodriguez41
sergio.rodriguez41 reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Valkyria Chronicles 4
Reviewed: Oct 14, 2021
4.00

Valkaria Chronicles was a great game, but this one not so much. I did not care for the story or any of the characters in 4. I still remember characters from 1, which I played years ago. I played this one a couple of years ago, but only remember Fenrir. Not sure if I finished it, but I was in double digit chapters.

sergio.rodriguez41
sergio.rodriguez41 reviewed a game
PlayStation 3
Singularity
Reviewed: Oct 14, 2021
8.00

Never heard anything about it, until I found it while shopping. It was on sale, so I took the risk. I found this to be a hidden gem. It starts off as a typical FPS, and was about to drop it. However, it kept sucking me in and I continued playing. The weapons and tech have interesting functions that help defeat enemies in various ways, which makes it fun. The puzzles are repetitive, but somewhat clever. The game does not take itself too seriously, but the story is actually deeper than it seems. Unfortunately, the game is a little linear and too short. I was hoping for a second game, but I guess it will not happen.

abarinov
abarinov reviewed a game
iOS
Angry Birds 2
Reviewed: Oct 14, 2021
1.00

The game is going downhill - with each month it gets greedier and greedier. If you think that you will get better with time, assemble a stronger flock, forget it - I have been playing for more than a year and I can tell you Rovio has lots of dirty tricks up their sleeve to make you pay to win.


Both Daily Challenge and Arena get progressively harder until they become impossible. If you are still too strong of a player and get through, you will become very unlucky - Terrence will get stuck in a balloon or a thin structure, you will have surviving lone pigs in each room, all bounces are not going to go your way, etc. Rovio just want you to pay gems to reset rooms and replay (yes, you have to pay gems in the Arena to play again against the same opponent and not to have your streak of win and prizes snapped). Or Rovio wants you to buy extra moves in Daily Challenge and King Pig Panic - maybe they will sell you some useless birds then and hope you buy some more.


All competitions in the game (Clan Battles, Rowdy Rumble, Arena, ME Bootcamp) are rigged - you cannot post a decent score and win unless you buy gems, reset rooms for gems, and replay for gems. Sometimes, the game will let you wait several hours for another free try (RR, Battles), sometimes there is no replaying unless you pay (ME Bootcamp).


The game will do everything to throw you off-balance in the hope you have a fit of rage and pay it more that you would want.


Stay away from this most unfair and most frustrating game ever.

abarinov
abarinov reviewed a game
iOS
Angry Birds
Reviewed: Oct 14, 2021
1.00

The game is going downhill - with each month it gets greedier and greedier. If you think that you will get better with time, assemble a stronger flock, forget it - I have been playing for more than a year and I can tell you Rovio has lots of dirty tricks up their sleeve to make you pay to win.

Both Daily Challenge and Arena get progressively harder until they become impossible. If you are still too strong of a player and get through, you will become very unlucky - Terrence will get stuck in a balloon or a thin structure, you will have surviving lone pigs in each room, all bounces are not going to go your way, etc. Rovio just want you to pay gems to reset rooms and replay (yes, you have to pay gems in the Arena to play again against the same opponent and not to have your streak of win and prizes snapped). Or Rovio wants you to buy extra moves in Daily Challenge and King Pig Panic - maybe they will sell you some useless birds then and hope you buy some more.

All competitions in the game (Clan Battles, Rowdy Rumble, Arena, ME Bootcamp) are rigged - you cannot post a decent score and win unless you buy gems, reset rooms for gems, and replay for gems. Sometimes, the game will let you wait several hours for another free try (RR, Battles), sometimes there is no replaying unless you pay (ME Bootcamp).

The game will do everything to throw you off-balance in the hope you have a fit of rage and pay it more that you would want.

Stay away from this most unfair and most frustrating game ever.

Jejuand
Jejuand reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Metroid Dread
Reviewed: Oct 13, 2021
10.00

This games is really amazing!!!! I love this game. The design of this Metroid is out of the world. It has some implementations from Metroid Samus Returns (N3DS), in which you have this cinematics with quick action. The transaction with 2d to 3rd perspective I loved it.

This game is a direct sequel of Metroid Fusion, for those players who had played previous games, you will love this game.

For those who are new in this franchise will like this game and don't have to worry if you haven't played the previous game. The main plots are explained at the beginning of the game.

I would liked this game could be a little more extensive, but I am satisficed. It is really hard to beat the boss and to avoid the EMMIs with a little of patient and learning its patterns, you beat them with any trouble at all.

ndr
ndr reviewed a game
PC
Tales of Arise
Reviewed: Oct 13, 2021
8.50

It's been a while since I last played a Tales game. Way back in the early 2000s, I only got an opportunity to play only three of them. Tales of Destiny 1-2 (PS1) and Tales of the Abyss(PS2). Now that Tales got so much improvement since then, I felt excited to try this new one.

-       Tales of Arise has a great story to offer to its gamers. INDIGNATION! It is a story of Inequality, racism and politics conquered by the power of love and friendship. NAKAMA will never let you down! The game emphasizes its characters and plots utilizing manga-style scenes aside from the cutscenes of the story. Every time you open the game, it plays a song as every Japanese anime does and it is up to the gamer how many episodes should play it.

-       Character design is good and unique but customization sucks. “Just to make your characters personalized” but on the brighter side, whenever you change their costume, it will appear on cutscenes too.

-       I didn’t care much of the map since it make me feel bored at times. All I want to do is pass through its obstacles, defeat enemies and get to my destination. It felt like it gives me an expectation of an open world but it’s not. The good thing is travelling through this map is easy and there is no way you can be lost. You can easily refer to the map list for the markers while completing quests.

-       Another strong point of this game is the battle system. There are tons of combos of artes you can do and button mashes are unnecessary. Mystic artes and Team attacks cutscenes are so satisfying to watch which gives me the sense of an enemy defeat.

Gamepad won vs keyboard&mouse. In my opinion, the only advantage having a keyboard&mouse as a controller is the camera for better viewing of the targets. I find it difficult pressing its keys for a successful execution of combos. Not like when using the gamepad, My hands feels relaxed between presses and easily create combinations without mashing.

-        End game content is a great for those gamers out there who seek challenge. Grinding is a pain but definitely rewarding at times. There are also DLC’s you can purchase if you seek a little help if you must.

Overall, I recommend this for people whom enjoys a game that focuses on a good story (quite long cutscenes) and "feels like" arcade style beat them up action. My total game time is 45 hours and 35 mins (end game content not included).

mZtthew|@_MatthewRE.
mZtthew|@_MatthewRE. reviewed a game
PC
Dandy Ace
Reviewed: Oct 12, 2021
5.00
WARNING
This review contains spoilers.

I have been looking forward to this game ever since I saw the trailer and watched some review of the game, but I was too busy playing other games that I have soon forgotten about it until it came to xboxgamepass. I had high expectation of Dandy Ace but that soon changed when I played the game for about an hour.

Story: Lele the Green-Eyed Illusionist, was the a popular magician at the time but when Dandy Ace came along, Dandy Ace quickly overshadowed the illusionist Lele. While attempting to get revenge over this situation, the Green-Eyed Illusionist traps the magician in a mirror. Along with his assistant, he attempts to find a way home. Going through palaces and different bosses and enemy and soon defeat Lele to leave the place.

Most people say that this is a "Hades" Copy, while the camera angle is the same, it isn't a copy. The upgrade system is very,very,very,very similar to "Dead Cells's Upgrade System". More like they basically copied it, you use gems you can collect by fighting enemies and once you completed one area, you'll reach a place where you can heal, restore your potions and get upgrades and use the gems you collect to unlock cards for your next run. It's basically like dead cells (The gems and potions mechanic).

There are three types of cards you can collect: Blue,Yellow and pink. Here's a better description of the card system from Noisy Pixel's review : "There are three types of cards: blue (movement-related), pink (fast attacks), and yellow (hard attacks)". Source: https://noisypixel.net/dandy-ace-review-pc/ .

You could also combine cards like a dash card with a movement speed card so when you dash, you get movement speed buff while doing so. You can also combine attack cards to make it stronger.

Here's a better description of what i just said again, but Noisy Pixel : "For instance, it’s possible to combine the “throwing cards” skill with another card that deals poison damage or one that creates an area of damage around the enemy you hit. These “bonus effects” are logical derivations of their main effects, not being quite the same.A card that causes charm as a side effect may apply it to other cards, but it could also make enemies explode and charm whoever is nearby. These effects can be read in the card description and sometimes have specific use cases. One such example is that equipping them to a blue card may have different effects than doing it to a pink card."

The one thing i don't like is, there's basically no mechanics that makes the game more replayable. There are difficulty, but normal mode is hard enough, the enemies in the game does so much damage it's soo stupid. The only way is to dodge the attacks and it's quite hard when there are tons of enemies attacking all at once. And once i died like 5 times at the start of the game, i soon got very bored of the game and lost my interest in the game.

Graphics-wise, it's soo plain and simple, the graphics aren't too bad nor too good. And that made me more bored as i like to explore different places of roguelike games to see how detailed the levels are in the next map and Dandy Ace not exceeding to my expectation.

The characters in the game is very,very,very boring, they say some stuff but once you listen to their dialogue like 8 times, they'll repeat their sentences and make the game more boring. Unlike hades, they change their dialogue alot of times, making the player feel like it's changing the more they play it which is amazing but Dandy Ace lack that.

For an indie game, it's quite good but there's alot of stuff they could improve, especially the combat system, it's too boring, especially boss fights, they always do the same attack moves and nothing new has change even after defeating it a few times and coming back to it. Dandy Ace is very simple and boring.

And playing on Microsoft store and xbox, earning achivement points, Dandy Ace barely gives any and that makes me want to farm for it, but doing so, i have to beat bosses and go different routes to reach lele and even play on harder difficulty and beat lele just to get that 20g points and for me, it's not worth my time. I rather play something else or do something more productive that wasting my time playing Dandy Ace just to farm that 20g points.

Plus, the game is too hard, for new players, they will probably quit the game after dying 5 times as it's too hard. It takes time for them to get used to their simple mechanics and it's a complete waste of time. For some, they might like this time of hard roguelike, i love when roguelike are a challenge but when i basically don't earn anything while playing and dying for absolutely no reason, it's boring. It's too simple, barely any mechanics and it's wasting my time. I'm not a fan.

mZtthew|@_MatthewRE.
mZtthew|@_MatthewRE. reviewed a game
Xbox One
Dandy Ace
Reviewed: Oct 12, 2021
5.00
WARNING
This review contains spoilers.

I have been looking forward to this game ever since I saw the trailer and watched some review of the game, but I was too busy playing other games that I have soon forgotten about it until it came to xboxgamepass. I had high expectation of Dandy Ace but that soon changed when I played the game for about an hour.

Story: Lele the Green-Eyed Illusionist, was the a popular magician at the time but when Dandy Ace came along, Dandy Ace quickly overshadowed the illusionist Lele. While attempting to get revenge over this situation, the Green-Eyed Illusionist traps the magician in a mirror. Along with his assistant, he attempts to find a way home. Going through palaces and different bosses and enemy and soon defeat Lele to leave the place.

Most people say that this is a "Hades" Copy, while the camera angle is the same, it isn't a copy. The upgrade system is very,very,very,very similar to "Dead Cells's Upgrade System". More like they basically copied it, you use gems you can collect by fighting enemies and once you completed one area, you'll reach a place where you can heal, restore your potions and get upgrades and use the gems you collect to unlock cards for your next run. It's basically like dead cells (The gems and potions mechanic).

There are three types of cards you can collect: Blue,Yellow and pink. Here's a better description of the card system from Noisy Pixel's review : "There are three types of cards: blue (movement-related), pink (fast attacks), and yellow (hard attacks)". Source: https://noisypixel.net/dandy-ace-review-pc/ .

You could also combine cards like a dash card with a movement speed card so when you dash, you get movement speed buff while doing so. You can also combine attack cards to make it stronger.

Here's a better description of what i just said again, but Noisy Pixel : "For instance, it’s possible to combine the “throwing cards” skill with another card that deals poison damage or one that creates an area of damage around the enemy you hit. These “bonus effects” are logical derivations of their main effects, not being quite the same.A card that causes charm as a side effect may apply it to other cards, but it could also make enemies explode and charm whoever is nearby. These effects can be read in the card description and sometimes have specific use cases. One such example is that equipping them to a blue card may have different effects than doing it to a pink card."

The one thing i don't like is, there's basically no mechanics that makes the game more replayable. There are difficulty, but normal mode is hard enough, the enemies in the game does so much damage it's soo stupid. The only way is to dodge the attacks and it's quite hard when there are tons of enemies attacking all at once. And once i died like 5 times at the start of the game, i soon got very bored of the game and lost my interest in the game.

Graphics-wise, it's soo plain and simple, the graphics aren't too bad nor too good. And that made me more bored as i like to explore different places of roguelike games to see how detailed the levels are in the next map and Dandy Ace not exceeding to my expectation.

The characters in the game is very,very,very boring, they say some stuff but once you listen to their dialogue like 8 times, they'll repeat their sentences and make the game more boring. Unlike hades, they change their dialogue alot of times, making the player feel like it's changing the more they play it which is amazing but Dandy Ace lack that.

For an indie game, it's quite good but there's alot of stuff they could improve, especially the combat system, it's too boring, especially boss fights, they always do the same attack moves and nothing new has change even after defeating it a few times and coming back to it. Dandy Ace is very simple and boring.

And playing on Microsoft store and xbox, earning achivement points, Dandy Ace barely gives any and that makes me want to farm for it, but doing so, i have to beat bosses and go different routes to reach lele and even play on harder difficulty and beat lele just to get that 20g points and for me, it's not worth my time. I rather play something else or do something more productive that wasting my time playing Dandy Ace just to farm that 20g points.

Plus, the game is too hard, for new players, they will probably quit the game after dying 5 times as it's too hard. It takes time for them to get used to their simple mechanics and it's a complete waste of time. For some, they might like this time of hard roguelike, i love when roguelike are a challenge but when i basically don't earn anything while playing and dying for absolutely no reason, it's boring. It's too simple, barely any mechanics and it's wasting my time. I'm not a fan.

Vindecode
Vindecode reviewed a game
Android
Terraria
Reviewed: Oct 12, 2021
9.00

very cool adventure game, a 2d side scroller of minecraft!..............

Mauricio Fernando
Mauricio Fernando reviewed a game
Xbox 360
Grand Theft Auto V
Reviewed: Oct 12, 2021
7.50

STORY: 05/ GAMEPLAY: 10/ GRAPHICS: 10/ SOUNDTRACK: 08/ CHARACTERS: 05

GTA V HAD SOME INCREDIBLE GAMEPLAY MECHANICS AND FREEDOM TO EXPLORE A VERY DETAILED MAP... BUT THE STORY IS SIMPLY A SATIRICAL BULLSHIT.

Mauricio Fernando
Mauricio Fernando reviewed a game
Xbox 360
Metro: Last Light
Reviewed: Oct 12, 2021
8.40

STORY: 07/ GAMEPLAY: 08/ GRAPHICS: 10/ SOUNDTRACK: 08/ CHARACTERS: 07

A RUSSIAN FALLOUT GAME THAT CERTAINLY DESERVES TO BE PLAYED... THE GRAPHICS WHERE AWESOME IN THE XBOX 360.

Mauricio Fernando
Mauricio Fernando reviewed a game
Xbox 360
Red Dead Redemption
Reviewed: Oct 12, 2021
9.80

STORY: 10/ GRAPHICS: 09/ GAMEPLAY: 09/ SOUNDTRACK: 10 CHARACTERS: 10

ALL THE OLD WILD WEST MOVIES CONDENSED IN JUST ONE GAME... RED DEAD REDEMPTION IS AMONG THE BEST GAMES EVER!!!

Mauricio Fernando
Mauricio Fernando reviewed a game
PlayStation 3
Bioshock Infinite
Reviewed: Oct 11, 2021
8.90

STORY: 08/ GAMEPLAY: 08/ GRAPHICS: 10/ SOUNDTRACK: 10/ CHARACTERS: 09.

THE FLYING CITY OF COLUMBIA IS INCREDIBLE... SURELY THE BEST BIOSHOCK GAME TO DATE.


Mauricio Fernando
Mauricio Fernando reviewed a game
PlayStation 3
The Last of Us
Reviewed: Oct 11, 2021
9.50

STORY: 09/ GAMEPLAY: 09/ GRAPHICS: 10/ SOUNDTRACK: 10/ CHARACTERS: 10.

TLOU IS SIMPLY THE BEST PLAYSTATION EXCLUSIVE EVER... IT LOOK'S LIKE A PS4 GAME ON PS3!!!

sergio.rodriguez41
sergio.rodriguez41 reviewed a game
SADIK BAL
SADIK BAL reviewed a game
PC
Max Payne 3
Reviewed: Oct 11, 2021
8.00

Camera effects drunk effects vs. annoying to me but this game combat is good and include so many action sequence.

sergio.rodriguez41
sergio.rodriguez41 reviewed a game
PlayStation 3
Dishonored
Reviewed: Oct 11, 2021
8.00

This game reminds me of Thief, but I prefer this one. Dishonored is a First-Person action Assassins Creed game, but stealthier. Setting of this game is Victorian era, mixed with Dieselpunk, which had a unique feel at the time. Love the powers you are able to use to during the story, which can help you kill enemies or boost a stealthier walkthrough. It has its flaws, like it may become too easy at times or the story takes a twist all of a sudden. However, overall I enjoyed playing this game.

sergio.rodriguez41
sergio.rodriguez41 reviewed a game
PlayStation 3
Bioshock Infinite
Reviewed: Oct 11, 2021
5.00

I was really excited to play this game, especially since it was being well received. However, after completing the game, it never felt like a Bioshock game. When I think of Bioshock, I think of Big Daddies, and Big Sisters, not religious zealots. Rapture felt creepy and intense, Columbia is beautiful and bright. It had a convoluted story that tried to be deeper than it was. The time and space plot seem to come out of nowhere, I do not believe it was hinted at all in the previous two games.

Infinite was not a bad game, it may be a good game if it was a stand alone game. Maybe since it was not a bad game, it made people think it was better than it was.

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6feetoffun
6feetoffun reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Metroid Dread
Reviewed: Oct 11, 2021
9.00

Was very difficult on most boss fights but very rewarding to learn the patterns and overcome. Worth playing for sure but if you can’t accept dying and retrying to learn you will want to smash your controller. Solid exclusive for the switch.

sergio.rodriguez41
sergio.rodriguez41 reviewed a game
PlayStation 3
Nier
Reviewed: Oct 10, 2021
8.70

Never heard of this game, until I heard or saw it as a recommendation. It was confusing in the beginning, but as I progressed through the story, many parts started to make sense. I just knew that I had to save my "daughter." The world is gloomy, and most storylines are depressing. Yet, fun and intriguing. Towards the end, you find some messed up background about the shades. There is also other weird parts in this world. After finishing the game, I was hoping to continue Nier Gestault's story, but was disappointed.

Gfreeman
Gfreeman reviewed a game
PC
Journey
Reviewed: Oct 10, 2021
9.60

really beautiful game, really good experience. everything was so simple and beautiful. <3

sergio.rodriguez41
sergio.rodriguez41 reviewed a game
PlayStation 3
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
Reviewed: Oct 10, 2021
8.00

I played this game a long time ago, but I do remember liking it a lot. I was looking forward to a part two, which did not happen. From what I remember, it felt like Uncharted (platforming) and Last of Us (environment). When I played Horizon, it reminded me of this game a little. The future looks like the past, except for robotic enemies roaming the world. The main characters, Monkey, Trip and Pigsy were likeable, but Monkey and Trip's relationship should have been developed more. The ending felt like there were some loose ends, that is why I was looking for part two.

mZtthew|@_MatthewRE.
mZtthew|@_MatthewRE. reviewed a game
PC
Undertale
Reviewed: Oct 10, 2021
10.00

I first played it when it came out on Xbox with xboxgamepass, before that I just watched gameplay of the game, when it came on xbox, i didn't think that it would be good but I still tried it.

Story: A realm where monsters were banished after war broke out with humans. ... Most of them are fought, with the human choosing whether to kill them or to spare and even befriend the monster. During their travels, the human learns the cause of the war between humans and monsters. And suddenly you dropped into a place full of monsters and you're human. The monsters there hates human and you're supposed to find a way out of the place. I'm not gonna spoil the story because it's a masterpiece.

While doing so, you'll face by monsters who are trying to kill you, you could either kill them or spare them, each choice you do matters alot. And once you kill, the people will know and they'll hate you. One thing that makes undertale amazing is the Characters, they are so likeable. I'm not gonna spoil it but it's something you should experience blind without any spoilers. Though, the game has been out for years and you've probably seen most of the characters but if you haven't, then don't search for spoilers are it can lead to you leaving the game as you seen alot of spoilers already.

Music: Undertale has amazing music, especially boss fights, the music really fits with the background scenery. It's a type of music you would want to hear for the rest of your life, the music gets better the more you progress through the game.

Here's the Full Ost of Undertale (It's amazing) :https://youtu.be/TIokr8jJPkM

It takes about 2-6hours to complete the game. And once you're unsatisfied with your outcome of the game, you could always restart and change it. Playing it a second time makes you appreciate the character writing and design the developers created.

Undetale is amazing, once finishing it, you would either hate it and move on or you want more of it. Its music is something i cannot forget. 10/10. And, As of now, October 10,2021. Deltarune demo is out and you could try it before the full game comes out.

Undertale is a game which i wanted for so long, a short story-rich game which i want more of after completing it. A short game which you could finish in one night and for most poeple, they want more of it. And that what makes undertale "undertale"?. I mostly love it because of its music.

John Adam
John Adam reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Titanfall 2
Reviewed: Oct 10, 2021
1.00

When I was playing apex with my friends, I mentioned how apex makes me want to get titanfall. One of my friends said yes but to get 2 not one. There was a March sale, it had the digital deluxe edition for 20 bucks. Got it and I didn't regret my decision. The fact that Apex Legends is basically a side game of this series is crazy. It's amazing that this runs on a modified Source engine from 2004.

Julia Pesch
Julia Pesch reviewed a game
Justin Fonseca
Justin Fonseca reviewed a game
Xbox Series X
NBA 2K22
Reviewed: Oct 10, 2021
6.00

El juego tiene unas gráficas muy buenas y durante los juegos corre muy bien, en cambio en ocasiones se puede apreciar que los FPS bajan significativamente al caminar por la ciudad en el modo MyCarrer.

Han mejorado muchísimo el gameplay , la defensa es mucho más poderosa que antes por lo que crear jugadas y mover el balón es muy importante.

El único problema con el juego es que siempre que juego online en Xbox Serie X el Xbox se apaga. Este problema pasa en todos los modos online aveces pasa rápido y aveces luego de dos o tres juegos. Esto afecta mucho ya que si quieres desbloquear los premios de cada season no podrás hacerlo ya que para eso tienes que jugar online obligatoriamente. Yo me he mantenido jugando el modo myCarrer debido a este problema , por esto le doy un 6 de 10. Ya ha pasado suficiente tiempo como para seguir lidiando con este problema.

Joseph Schwartz
Joseph Schwartz reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Metroid Dread
Reviewed: Oct 9, 2021
9.00

This game is really a great one! It has an HD quality look to it with so much going on. It is intense with the challenges and surpassing the E.M.M.I without getting attacked. It is fun and it is a redeeming game for the future of the Metroid franchise!

Jejuand
Jejuand reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
LEGRAND LEGACY: Tale of the Fatebounds
Reviewed: Oct 9, 2021
6.50
WARNING
This review contains spoilers.

The story starts with some questions, your main character have amnesia and you just know it exist a war between two nations. It exist a prophecy in which a group of heroes called the Fatebound will bring peace of Legrand and end the war. Fatebound first have to pass some trials to understand that Fatebound have to be focused just of the benefits of Legrands future instead of its own good. The group just agree for the good of the trial, but after the trial they still walking by its own ambitions. They don't really learn anything during the trials. During all the game Fatebound is always fighting and arguing.

The love relationship between Aria and Finn is forced and with any good statement. Aria is just a selfish person that later in the story said to Finn she wants to change and be better. But she keeps going a selfish person who don't really care anything. The relation between Eris and Finn is well structured but...

The gameplay is really good is a base turn with QE. Depending how good you press the QE it could be critical, good or weak attack. It doesn't have magic, so your special attacks unlimited, and also it has this dynamic called AP in which its a super special and strong attack. The AP will be filled by attacking enemies or sleeping in the Inns. It also have war gameplay in which is a base turn like a chess game, just have to be careful with the advantage and disadvantage of your units.

The ending... God no!!! The ending is terrible, it feels like the developers didn't have more time and just close everything forced. This makes to leaving making so many questions it isn't satisfactory see the ending. It also have a secret ending, but either it gives you a good closure. Just gives you more questions and unsatisfactory.

It is really frustrating because Legrand Legacy have the potential to be a great indie RPG game, but it has many things to get better.

In resume:

  • It is not a bad game either the best
  • It is a hard RPG with lot dialogue
  • The gameplay is really innovating and fun, I had my doubts but it was really fun.
  • The story and characters are not the best
  • You should try this game at least once, but don't have great expectations
StathisLegendK
StathisLegendK reviewed a game
Xbox One
Titanfall 2
Reviewed: Oct 9, 2021
8.40

Titanfall 2 is my favorite shooter videogame ever made. It has a lot of cool and unique mechanics to give like 'driving' a titan and parkouring through the map. It has a different variety of titans and loadouts [ In the multiplayer mode ] as well as boosts and guns. It's a really good game and I deffinetely recommend it!

Al Joseph Condino
Al Joseph Condino reviewed a game
PC
Dota 2
Reviewed: Oct 8, 2021
9.30

OG for the win!!! Less goo!

Mist Ace
Mist Ace reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Metroid Dread
Reviewed: Oct 8, 2021
8.60

I have never played a metroid game personally but ive always seen and respected the fanbase for this game. But this game is just phenomenal and really gives the switch and the new switch oled a big advantage cause of how much of a shocker it is quality wise. The graphics are crisp, The gameplay is soooooo smooth, classic metroid feel, there is a learning curve especially with those E.M.M.I (Robots), and oddly enough it is extremely fun getting chased around lol. It is a bit difficult but thats just how you learn. DEFINTELY RECOMMEND.

mZtthew|@_MatthewRE.
mZtthew|@_MatthewRE. reviewed a game
iOS
Muse Dash
Reviewed: Oct 8, 2021
8.00

Muse Dash was one of the first Rhythm games I've ever played, and it's one of my favourites. I first played it on mobile for a few hours, then I continued to play it on pc for hundreds of hours until I got bored.

Muse Dash's Rhythm Machinic is simple: hit a button to make your character hit upwards and another button to hit downwards. Robots or enemies will run to you either from the top or the bottom, and you're supposed to hit them, and if you hit them according to the beat, you'll get “Perfect” and give you more points.

While there are a lot of levels, most of them are locked and only can be unlocked if you were to buy the “Just As Planned” DLC. And most of the good songs are in DLC, which is a shame. I bought it for $25 when it was on sale, and the original price of it was $36 Dollars. I don't think it was worth it, $36 for all the songs and after playing the game for hours on end, i wanted a challenge, a song that it hard and barely any songs on muse dash is hard. Yea, some songs for beginners are hard but after playing it for a few times, it was pretty easy.And that is one thing i didn't like about muse dash, not having "Extremely Hard" Levels for people who played the game for hours on end.

Characters: There are different characters with different skills, once you earn enough points in a level, your combo counter will fill up and your skill gets activated. Some characters have different skills. Characters are obtainable by unlocking them by getting enough material. Some characters need that item and you can get that item by levelling up and having the chance to get it.

The music in this game is amazing, dont get me wrong. Even after hearing the same music over and over again, it's still amazing. The levels in this game are quite short, most lasting about a minute. The game can last you for about 10 hours of fun until you're bored or because you got let down because your favourite song is on the DLC.

The game's mechanics, level design and characters are simple.The mechanics are very simple, nothing hard to learn about the game and it's easy fr beginners.

Here's a better description of what i just said: 'Muse Dash is looking to succeed in doing what other games have failed and that’s by making rhythm action simple: there’s no multitude of button layouts to remember or an assault of icons flying around; here you’re asked to press two buttons and yet in regards to the rhythm, nothing is lost. As enemies scroll from right to left across the screen, you’ll need to press either the right D-pad button or the X button, each one corresponding to either an enemy on the top row or the bottom – it couldn’t be simpler. These enemies are colour-coded, too, so blue enemies indicate the D-pad button to be pressed, while pink ones are for X. This means that when the game does mix things up by throwing a blue saw blade on the floor, it’s coloured blue to indicate to jump over it."

Source: https://www.godisageek.com/reviews/muse-dash-review/.

This game is still amazing but it's too simple, it could be good for alot of people but for me, i'm not a fan of it.

Jejuand
Jejuand reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Hades
Reviewed: Oct 7, 2021
9.30

The story is about Zagreus, Hades' son. Zagreus discovers that his real mother is missing and now is trying to escape from hell to find her. This rogue like game is really hard. I finally get out of hell the first time after 33 attempts, but hey who says that getting out of hell will be easy? Even though you will die several times, it still fun playing as Zagreus and try to escape.


  • Zagreus is sarcastic and fun
  • The story is interesting but kind of simple
  • The music is great
  • After your first escape: you will unlock the option to try to escape with some optional difficulties, but it gives you betters rewards


Suggestions? be patient, don't get nervous during boss battles and read all the boons to create a better strategy

Jadyn Rodrigues
Jadyn Rodrigues reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe
Reviewed: Oct 6, 2021
7.50
WARNING
This review contains spoilers.

The 'new' Mario 2D platforming adventure. However, there isn't that much 'new' to this game contradicting its title.

Pros:

  • The game follows the classic Mario 2D platforming formula, with all the stuff from the Wii U version as well, sticking true to the 'Deluxe' title, at least. While this may seem mundane in theory, practically though, the game appeals to a large audience. There's a reason that Mario games sell remarkably.
  • You have a choice of 5 characters: Mario, Luigi, Toad, Toadette and Nabbit. However, if you choose to play as Toadette and acquire the crown power-up, you transform into Peachette. This completely changes the character's movements and playstyles.
  • The difficulty great, especially for newer players who have the option to choose from 2 characters if they want to play in 'Easy' mode.
  • The game contains 'New Super Luigi U' as well.
  • The game is detailed and well designed, a great example being the slight, intricate differences between the characters and their playstyles.
  • The amount of content in the game is huge, one of the perks of being a Mario game.

Cons:

  • The game is incredibly repetitive. This is a hinderance to veterans mostly, since this issue affects the enjoyment levels.
  • The game can be taxing to beginners. Even though there are characters which ease the difficulty, they do their job too well, which can make beginners feel disparaged for choosing that option.
  • The game doesn't have anything extraordinary, nothing much to intrigue the player after the initial attraction.

It's a Mario game at the end of it all though, so however you look at it, the game will sell massively. Nevertheless, this banal formula of 2D platformers is slowly dying out, so I strongly recommend and hope that the next Mario 2D platformer will include innovative and refreshing features to keep players hooked.

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Michael Neil
Michael Neil reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Star Wars: Republic Commando
Reviewed: Oct 6, 2021
9.30

Star Wars Republic Commando is beyond its years, the first person squad command has never looked as good and has not been as fun then Republic Commando, I am a Star Wars fan, to begin with, and this is definitely up there with my favorite star wars game of course behind KOTOR. this game has a number of enemies to kill, going from Trandoshans with knives and a shotgun that proves to be very useful when you pick one up, there are General Grieovious' body guards that become a real problem when playing on a high difficulty, and the occasional super battle droids that are really different for the reason that sometimes when you think you killed it, the upper half of the droid is still alive and shooting. These enemies are definitely making the story exciting as you progress. The planets and settings in which you play, are Geonosis, a Republic Command ship that is invaded and crawling with trandoshans, and Kashyyk, home of the Wookies. All three of these environments are alive and feel like you are truly wandering these locations not knowing that every corner you take can lead to a group of enemies or a giant spider droid when on certain planets. The weapons you wield are Republic weapons, bow casters, and shotguns that are all just as deadly. The story stands out to star wars fans because at the time this game was released there had never been a Republic Commando story and most people did not know who they are, but after playing, the world saw how Star Wars Video game story can really stand out and be amazing.

Michael Neil
Michael Neil reviewed a game
PlayStation 3
Batman: Arkham Asylum
Reviewed: Oct 5, 2021
9.30

Batman Arkham Asylum, what can I say? it might be my favorite game of all time, I will give my reasons, first the lighting of the PS3 version of the game is much more like a world that batman would be in, darker and creepier in some way as you pass through the graveyard. instead, the newer Batman Arkham asylum that comes with Return to Arkham really takes away the lighting and makes it more bright, so I think that takes away the Batman Theme for the first courtyard that you pass through. Now, what really makes this personally one of my favorite games of all time is the setting, you are in an asylum filled with Batman Villians and psychopaths you have to fight your way through Scarecrow nightmares, stealth missions, and a number of others like the boss fight against Bane or even fighting Joker. The setting will always stand out to gamers that are Batman Fans. Along with that the asylum changes, as in criminals build a joker wall in front of the Penitentiary, as you progress that wall gets bigger and bigger and has Joker's face on it. These details, like criminals getting tougher, the difficulty of taking them out is much more challenging as you play through the boss fights that really define the pace of the game are well beyond the years in which this game was originally made. If you want an experience that will last forever then I recommend you play this game, and if possible, on the PS3. You will trade modern-day graphics for a real batman world as it was made in the first place.

Michael Neil
Michael Neil reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Injustice 2: Legendary Edition
Reviewed: Oct 5, 2021
9.00

Injustice 2 is most likely my favorite Fighting game I have ever played and it's an amazing DC game with a huge roster of DC Characters. the story is great and it had me stuck in it until I finished it while playing as The Flash. Batman and Harley Quinn. Along with the story, is the most interesting part of the game itself, the character roster, and more if you buy the Legendary Edition of the game that comes with Enchantress, Red Hood, Ninja Turtles and the list goes on. Each character has its own move set, sometimes this could be complicated to master if you are a new player to the Injustice series. The online battles are a huge part of the content, even if you get squashed your first few matches, you should always practice and get better. what's exciting is that there were Esports tournaments in which you can win a huge amount of cash. Though these pros are playing the game 24/7 to prepare for such a challenge. If you are a Dc Comics fan this game is for you, you will find that this game really does a great job of having all their characters' voice actors sound exactly of how they would in the movies and with multiple Skins for several characters like Mister Freeze, Reverse Flash and John Stewart as the green lantern. I really enjoyed playing as my favorite characters and learning their move sets, There is something for every DC Fan in this game, I truly recommend it.

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mZtthew|@_MatthewRE.
mZtthew|@_MatthewRE. reviewed a game
PC
Rising Hell
Reviewed: Oct 5, 2021
8.50

I found this game a few months ago and really wanted to get it until i was discouraged by a few reviews. But after a while, i decided to try it and it was amazing.

Rising Hell is a Vertical-Side-Scrolling Roguelite. Where your goal is to climb up and kill bosses, going through different worlds and fighting new enemies, unlocking different characters and vibing with the metal rock music that fits every biome of the game.

(The information of the story).

Story: Lucifer has gone rogue. He has betrayed his brethrens. Riddled by his unholy lust to overthrow heaven's throne, he has sparked a great war. One against all regions. In the end, he efforts were futile. The heavens sealed his helpless body, binding it on a root of a tree. The root grew into a gigantic tree called the Zaqqoum. Realms of hell were then created inside the trunk, a prison where lucifer's armies of fallen demons are awaiting for their king's revival. But some were impatient and sought many ways to break his seal.

“Kill them all, and you should be freed from this place” And so, you did. There are 4 bosses in each biome. The first biome is basically hell.

And on your quest to try to escape from the damn place, you'll hear music playing in the background, you could disable it but it's such a shame if you do. The metal rock music is so nice and gives me the vibe. The music gets better the more you play and when you eventually reach a different biome, you'll be faced with different soundtracks. It's so good, you sound check the soundtrack out. It's similar to Bullet Per Minute's soundtrack, they are both rogulite and about hell and things like that.

The OST Soundtrack is 30minutes, you should check it out on YouTube. Here's the link to the full ost soundtrack on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GW3wKirCLNk&t=1601s

There are 3 Characters so far, the official Rising Hell's twitter mentioned that they are adding new characters soon. Each of the 3 characters so far are cool and have their own different skills. With the first character you play as has a fist. Punching and upper-cutting enemies. While the other two are long range, one of them has a gun and another is shooting a ball that explodes on impact.

And when it's roguelite, there are shops, and you spend red crystals that you can obtain by killing enemies. The shop has three skills that they sell, they don't sell any healing things. Only skills. For example, if you kill 4 enemies in a row, you will heal 2% of your health. Mostly damaging skills.

It's roguelite and it's really hard, you might die alot and when you die, you'll earn a purple gem or some sort that can be used to buy another character or a permanent item that gives you buff as well as a debuff to make it a little fair.

Here is a better description of what I just said.

Rising Hell is challenging, and you are going to die. To help along the way, there are collectibles called blight. These rare purple crystals unlock relics that can unlock power-ups and two additional characters. You begin the game with Arok, a melee fighter with high health and average power and speed, but soon will be able to unlock Sydna and Zelos, both projectile-based characters with varying attributes. These new characters add a whole new dynamic and fighting technique which varies gameplay and increases replayability.“

Enemies in this game are cool at first but after repeating the run and seeing the same old enemy type is quite boring. Some enemies, especially bosses, shoot projectiles, lasers and will do tons of damage. Skills is required to win the game, unless you're extremely lucky and got 5revives. Bosses, like ordinary bosses, have a move set and they attack in a pattern, "first they do that then after they do that then that then after that they do that."

Here's another description of what i just said.

"These enemies have strong melee abilities, bouncing projectiles, or super speed. Between these stages, you can visit Mephisto the Trickster. A character who provides additional power-ups at the cost of your other attributes such as defense or health. The climax of the level is the boss. A high-powered demon with multiple attacks such as bullet hell style projectiles, lighting strikes, and laser beams take off serious chunks of health."

All the descriptions are from Noisy Pixel's review on Rising Hell: https://noisypixel.net/rising-hell-review-ps4-xbox-one-switch-pc/.

There are two gamemodes, Conquest and classical game mode.

What i don't really like about Rising hell is the combat system, it's like Skul the hero slayer's combat system but a budget version, there are only a few combat attacks you can do and barely any skills or powers you can mix to make you overpowered. For the first character, you can upper-cut, you can punch and dash but that's basically it and that what makes it plain and boring. The Combo and Combat system is mediocre, it's okay, but it could be improved to make the combat more fun and interesting.

Why I rated Rising Hell a _/10?. Rising hell is amazing don't get me wrong, but combat is plain and boring, with only a few combos you could do, it would be cool if they were to add permanent powers for your characters. And there are barely any machinics in the game to make it more interesting, once you finish the game, 79% of the time, you'll leave as there is nothing else to do. It feels like the game could have been alot better, the music was fantastic but the gameplay and mediocre combat made it quite boring after a few runs.

But it's only $10. Which is worth it.

This game is amazing. It's still worth trying. Steam Page: https://store.steampowered.com/app/657000/Rising_Hell/.

real madrid 13
real madrid 13 reviewed a game
Aditya Chaudhary
Aditya Chaudhary reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
The Evil Within
Reviewed: Oct 4, 2021
7.00

A great game. Story= really good. gameplay and bosses are too good and you have to kill them uniquely. The game only lack in optimization on ps4. It hardly reaches 25 fps.

Aditya Chaudhary
Aditya Chaudhary reviewed a game
ICan't
ICan't reviewed a game
PC
Minecraft
Reviewed: Oct 4, 2021
10.00

There's so much things to do.

Let your imagination run wild!

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erisha erino
erisha erino reviewed a game
PC
Detroit: Become Human
Reviewed: Oct 4, 2021
8.20

This game has wonderful storyline revolving around the android Connor and I enjoyed my time thoroughly with him. What I also loved was world building, the environment and the soundtrack. The storyline centered around Kara fails to be good because of some contrievances and there are some annoying chase sequences which could be done better. However you will enjoy your time with it if you appreciate the characters interactions and the novelty of the branching storylines which despite some being locked still allows some experimentation on other playthroughs.

erisha erino
erisha erino reviewed a game
PC
Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Reviewed: Oct 4, 2021
4.70

This game falls flat because it introduces a very boring area halfway through, and loses itself. Then there are poorly designed chase sequences, which seem to be a gameplay element and loses its novelty.The tombs in this game are not challenging but rather annoying and Lara herself seems worse and whiny than ever. The story isn't very good either.

erisha erino
erisha erino reviewed a game
PC
GreedFall
Reviewed: Oct 4, 2021
3.50

The characters are not fleshed out but boring and worse annoying. That was it's best part. The rest is a slog of a story, padding gameplay, backtracking, poorly designed ui and fetch quests which worsen due to said backtracking.

erisha erino
erisha erino reviewed a game
PC
Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom
Reviewed: Oct 4, 2021
9.00

There's a lot to take in when you start playing ni no kuni revenant kingdom but it is well worth your time. I especially loved the amount of quality of life changes in this game (as a PC Gamer, I love my keyboard and mouse) that separates it from other games( especially in the genre) such as mouse button remapping, sorting equipment and nifty fast travel which eliminates backtracking. On harder difficulties there is some grinding to be done, but on normal the game never challenges you too much, and that can be a good thing if you hate grinding, or have very little time. And while collecting citizens are named sidequests, they were arguably main quests in how much they make you attached to your kingdom. Then there's the joy you get when every side quest is an autocomplete, because your kingdom practically generates every item you will ever need. This on top of gorgeous visuals, and a lovely soundtrack. My only downside with the game is how some scenes deserved more voice acting than it got, that would have made this a masterpiece. Even so this is an RPG that allowed me to relax and enjoy my time.

Michael Neil
Michael Neil reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Reviewed: Oct 3, 2021
9.20

with Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga really not that far away, this game really gets everything right that you look forward to in a Star Wars game. The force awakens is one of my favorite Star Wars movies, so to see TT Games nail it with a great and detailed campaign that adds their own missions not seen through the movie. Alongside the campaign fun, there are several planets to explore, like an open world, there are certain things in the combat that really stand out for me, like the blaster combat, similar to Gears of War shooting combat and the lightsaber combat combos, making the game, unlike any lego star wars game that came before it. Now, my favorite part that I enjoyed the most, the character list! it is amazing, playing as Darth Vader on Takodana or Luke Skywalker with his Return of the Jedi costume on Starkiller Base the possibilities are endless, the list goes on and on with an extra DLC Pack that brings their own characters as an Empire Strikes Back pack or a Clones wars pack. There is so much to do on this huge number of planets and while playing as your favorite characters. Last, Star Wars will always bring excitement, whether It be Movies based games or games that hold their own story. I truly cannot wait to see how The Skywalker Saga adds the Force awakens to their plan.

Pratham Modi
Pratham Modi reviewed a game
PC
Oxenfree
Reviewed: Oct 3, 2021
7.00

Narrative: 5/10



Thought Provoking/Theme: 8/10



Sound Design: 4/5



Gameplay: 3/5



Engaging And Flow: 8/10



Unpredictability: 7/10



Fun: 6/10



Art: 8/10



Uniqueness: 7/10



Quality: 8/10



Forgettability: 6/10

Shadow
Shadow reviewed a game
PC
Aliens: Fireteam Elite
Reviewed: Oct 3, 2021
7.40

I would say its an okay game. Not much focus on story as such, just you along with your 3 teammates go down and hunt the Xenomorphs. After every mission you'll receive more weapons and upgrades. There are different classes to choose for your character and each have its own abilities. The classes are also switchable before starting any mission. Overall Its fun but only in coop, not recommended for playing alone.

Anthony's brother
Anthony's brother reviewed a game
Reviewed: Oct 3, 2021
9.40

This game as an insane replay value if you get into it. With all its classes and achievements available to get you could spend up to 100 hours playing it. my review

Mist Ace
Mist Ace reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete Edition
Reviewed: Oct 3, 2021
8.40

You know with the direction of how the game at that start was heading I thought this was going to be boring till the sudden shift in action. It really surprise me the amount of potential that the mechanics could have had but at that point it really wouldn't be unique SO ITS FINE. Im loving the story so far, Im playing this on ps5 and at points there are frames dipping and some stuttering which is odd but happens sometimes tho.

Eduardo Nicolas
Eduardo Nicolas reviewed a game
Susy Chenaille
Susy Chenaille reviewed a game
Android
The Witch Diaries
Reviewed: Oct 2, 2021
1.40

Bonjour, à vous je recherche un lien pour mon ipad j’adore se jeux et je les dit sur face book mai on me répond pas .il se fait tu aussi en Français? si non c’est pas grave merci selena

SADIK BAL
SADIK BAL reviewed a game
PC
Nex Machina
Reviewed: Oct 2, 2021
8.00

1 hour particle and vfx show . repeatable gameplay

Wayne Sills
Wayne Sills reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Reviewed: Oct 2, 2021
10.00

Its skyrim one of the best rpgs ever. The game looks great on switch, looks like Xbox 360 with Xbox one Graphics mixed

Wayne Sills
Wayne Sills reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Pokémon Shield
Reviewed: Oct 2, 2021
10.00

One of the best pokemon games I have ever played its endless fun, I mean what could you ask for

Joseph Schwartz
Joseph Schwartz reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Nickelodeon Kart Racers
Reviewed: Oct 1, 2021
7.00

This is probably my least favorite game that I own on the system.

Joseph Schwartz
Joseph Schwartz reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Immortals: Fenyx Rising
Reviewed: Oct 1, 2021
8.50

It reminds me of Breath of the Wild with different elements played into it. It looks stunning and beautiful to look at! It is very mythological and has a lot of ancient stories with such. It's a timeline between talking with someone and being another person. It's a cool game with different capabilities but does have a lot of puzzles in place. It can take a long time to solve them and it doesn't make you want to keep going at them.

Overall, is it an okay game? Yes! Is it the best game of all time? No. I do give it a solid rating since this is probably one of Ubisoft's good games.

Joseph Schwartz
Joseph Schwartz reviewed a game
Nintendo Switch
Kirby Star Allies
Reviewed: Oct 1, 2021
8.50

I like the game. It's very cute and it is somewhat like a Mario game. The only thing I disagree with is that it can be very easy when having 3 allies with you. I want a challenge and to be tested while having a great time. Sure, I'm liking the game. I just feel sad when I leave the ally behind. I don't know why.

Overall, I had a lot of fun with the gameplay, the quality, and the genre of platforming. If there was something more and had a little bit harder option, it would have been a 10/10 instantly!

John Adam
John Adam reviewed a game
PC
Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
Reviewed: Oct 1, 2021
1.00

Modern Warfare, World at War, Modern Warfare 2, And Black Ops 1. Those were the best call of duties ever. They were simple, and you could just play without asking what every little thing does. Not to mention the campaigns were fantastic. "Mission failed, we'll get 'em next time" love COD 4 Modern Warfare. This is the best cod game of all time. They truly went south in my opinion, after this game. Which sucks because it was fun. Best game of all time. 10/10

Gujiz Channel
Gujiz Channel reviewed a game
Dustin Marie Kozume-Zoldyck
Jimacula
Jimacula reviewed a game
Xbox Series X
Forza Horizon 4
Reviewed: Sep 30, 2021
10.00

Perfect game.

Beautiful graphics, 4K 60 Fps on my Xbox Series X. This games looks and runs smoothly. Pure joy.

Great single player experience and even better multiplayer. Many things to do and grind for, excellent support from the developers and frequent updates.

It is somewhere between a simulation and an arcade racing game and that is perfect for me. I rarely play racing games but this i cannot stop playing...

Jimacula
Jimacula reviewed a game
Xbox Series X
Rogue Company: Ultimate Edition
Reviewed: Sep 30, 2021
8.50

Free to play, hero based, third person shooter. It has very unique heroes, with different roles and play-styles. Solid gun play and good fun.

Supports up to 120 fps on Xbox Series X which is a game changer if you can enable it.

NO pay to to win mechanics and very good support, plus many options for customization purchases complete the deal for me.

Really enjoy this and usually i do not recommend or even play free to play games in most cases. This has won me over so i do recommend to try it.

The Ultimate edition costs money in order to unlock characters (Rogues), but the base game is totally free and Rogues can be unlocked by in game earnings.

Aditya Chaudhary
Aditya Chaudhary reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Murdered: Soul Suspect
Reviewed: Sep 30, 2021
6.50

A good murder mystery game but gameplay needs much optimization.

Gfreeman
Gfreeman reviewed a game
PC
F.E.A.R.
Reviewed: Sep 30, 2021
9.10

what a beautiful game. it was really entertaining shooting experience in slow-mo. it was really hard to get on. there was like 7 different weapons. oh, that ghosts, walking around you is so creepy. and jump scares. oh i'm in love with jumpscares in games. also music was so creepy. and the story. oh my god what a beautifully made story it has. and the ending was perfect, like twisted film.

Emm
Emm reviewed a game
PlayStation 4
Genshin Impact
Reviewed: Sep 29, 2021
1.00

its fun for WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBS! real men play cookie clicker

James Patrick Parin
James Patrick Parin reviewed a game