*10 perfect *9-9.9 is amazing and near perfect if high enough *8-8.9 is great *7-7.9 is good *6-6.9 is decent *5-5.6 is meh *4-4.9 is underwhelming *3-3.9 is bad *2-2.9 is very bad *1-1.9 is disgusting *0-0.9 probably won't happen cuz that is the shadow realm *I will review 15 games per day until I run out of games to review
16 Games Rated and Reviewed
Mount & Blade: Warband
> Creates Owen Wilson character and gives him crazy amount of charisma and wow
> Spends all of my money on one trained soldier
> Names him Vince Vaughn cuz wow
> Finds group of looters
> Outnumbered 12 to 2
> Uses crossbow to wow the enemies while Vince slaughters them because he is trained to fight
Gets cocky and fights a group of bandits
> Because Vince was injured last fight he got killed in one hit
> Gets knocked out and captured as prisoner
> Escapes and gains wow from a small village by training peasants to fight
> Peasants get killed in a bandit raid
> Village is no longer sustainable and collapses
> Attempts to restart the game but loses Owen Wilson in the process
Assassin's Creed Syndicate
Game is unoptimized as hell and the story is hot dog water quality but it's still fun from time to time
Game is good but sometimes in my sleep, I dream that the devs completely remove the piss poor gear system
Unpopular opinion time. The rating is 8.3 because this is a great game, but there are major problems in the game. I have put thousands of hours on this game because it's fun, but man, half of the community's suggestions go out the dev team's other ear. The devs only care about adding new content, and there are problems in the game that they still haven't fixed, including glitches and power-hungry moderators that love nepotism and favoritism. It's kinda sad to see this game go downhill with all of the revisions that pull the game lower. There is a lot of content, but the way the devs handle content is bad because you're gonna have to clear time in your schedule to grind for time-exclusive items. However, if you have a lot of time in your hands and have low standards for games, then play this game. Either way, it's free and you can get everything in this game for free as long as you have time to grind for the rarest loot, so there's almost no loss if you end up disliking this game.
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
S tier game. The great part about roguelike games is that when you die, you start over and the only thing you bring with you is the lesson you learn when you die. However, in this game, every rebirth feels different and every run gives you different end results. I just don't know where to start for this game but if you're into spending thousands of hours collecting achievements and playing and love dark humor, then this game is perfect for you.
The Last Of Us Remastered
This game is very, very overrated in my opinion. I know I'm gonna get dislikes from this video but fuck it I'm going in. this game gets heavy praise for its story and slow-paced action. The story may be great but it's the only thing that carried this game. The AI is lackluster and half of the game is a walking sim, and the devs throw in interactions and nice scenery in the story as an excuse to drag the story further. They could've just turned the walking sim parts into cutscenes. Don't get me wrong, this game is a great game, but it's nowhere near god tier level.
Some people like to compare this game to Minecraft but the only thing they have in common is that they have bosses. And mining. And houses. Okay, there are some similarities but Terraria is more different than you would think. This game has less to do with surviving and more to do with killing. You build a giant house to spawn NPCs and fight bosses. It's simple but the game has a lot of content.
SOCOM 4: U.S. Navy SEALs
The story is kinda lackluster but this game was a technological success back in the day. PS Move was fun even if it was clunky at times. Just think of it as a linear worse Ghost Recon Wildlands
Dark Souls III
Not as good as the first one but this game still captured the first game's beauty. It's so well crafted and the bosses are memorable. What a great way to end a trilogy.
Dark Souls II
it may be a 7, but 7 is a good score. It's not a great game imo because the game is unpolished, but Miyazaki wasn't there in the majority of the game's development. Despite the flaws, the game is still a good game
This game is up there is the list of masterpieces but doesn't get a 100 because of a few outdated mechanics. The game is dark to the core and will make you curse at the screen. I've broken a controller playing this game but it's a fair game even though it's difficult. The soundtrack is amazing as well.
I know I'm giving this game a 100, but this is still an unbiased review time people. I don't like handing out 10s in my reviews because almost nothing is perfect. I'm not trying to be biased (I have given some albums from my childhood low scores in aoty.org, a music review site) but this game is probably the best game that has ever been released unless Cyberpunk 2077 manages to top it when it comes out. Since this album is a 10, I will dive further in the review and write more than just two sentences.
The game is simple: there's a survival mode where you basically survive, and there's a creative mode where you can build structures with unlimited resources. The game, however, is also complex because the game mechanics are very deep. You are able to do a lot of things in the game, including mining, building houses, interacting with NPCs, fighting monsters, fishing, exploring dungeons, and more. There is a deep learning curve and somehow, these game mechanics are able to blend in the game despite the procedurally generated worlds, a system that can make or break a game. Every world is unique in its own way, but players are still able to have the same experience. Sadly, worlds can't update themselves when a major update comes out and you have to do that manually through 3rd party software if you want the newest features to appear in your world.
The graphics won't age, thanks to its timeless art style. A lot of games suffer from that because most games try to look as updated as possible only to be outshined by games made 3 years after. Minecraft, however, does not fall under that effect because of the way it looks artistically. The textures are 2d but the colors pop out to the players, and lighting is simple but effective. For recommended specs, I'd say an i5 8th gen or higher and 8 gigs of RAM is future proof if you plan on playing the game because the game isn't as easy to run as you'd think.
As a music nerd, it's safe to say Minecraft has one of the best modern videogame soundtracks. In fact, it is the highest user rated album released in 2011 in aoty.org. The soft, low-quality-sounding piano and the synths play in the title screen and the game, and even though there is no combat music, the game doesn't need one because it's a game about living, not fighting. Some of the songs also come in the form of discs, which are collectibles you can find in caves.
This game has two versions: Java and Bedrock. Java is the original version on PC and is arguably the best version. Bedrock is Microsoft's vision of what Minecraft is supposed to be, but don't worry, it's not as bad as you'd think. It is released on consoles and mobile devices but you gotta be careful because you don't want to buy the legacy edition. Legacy edition means the game isn't being updated, so you have to buy the Bedrock version. Compared to Java, some gameplay mechanics are different on Bedrock, most notably the combat system and redstone. Bedrock is also more optimized, so if you play on PC your frame rates will double if you play Bedrock.
Very long review, but I gave this game a 10, which is something I rarely hand out. I might have to write a paragraph worth of stuff in future reviews because the review policy looks kinda strict compared to aoty, but it's gonna take a while to get used to it.
Might be a biased review because this game is part of my childhood, but there is so much detail put in the game. Graphics are outdated now but the gameplay is so good
Call of Duty: Black Ops
Not as good as mw2 in my opinion, but almost everything about this game is great and zombie mode is waaay better than spec ops
Street Fighter IV
Fighting mechanics are great and arcade mode has a lot of content. No wonder there was a huge competitive scene for this game back then
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
One of the best campaigns and multiplayer modes I have ever played, and spec ops is underappreciated as hell