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Mega Man 7

Mega Man 7 Nintendo Super NES

Written by The-Masquerade on December 22, 2016 @ 8:49 pm

It was a good time! This review will heavily compare to the X trilogy seeing as they were both snes titles. Also because this game is underrated and is actually a gem of sorts. Would be my favorite in the classic series, but the final sections... especially the final boss is ridiculously difficult and beating it is based on how many energy tanks you bring to wily capsule 7. I defeated him with 2 E-tanks, but it was a miserable, save statey time. For stupid design like that, I don't feel bad using an emulator to beat the game, at least the last part of it. Aside from the rest of the game is fantastic, being filled with fun and fair challenge with a bunch of upgrades and shit to find just like megaman x. Bosses are engaging, ex: freeze, cloud, turbo, shade man. Just please don't use their weakness...

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt PC

Written by vikms95 on December 13, 2016 @ 12:04 pm

It was not my plan spending all that time into a videogame. Specially since I've put myself the goal to play the games on the list I have created in this webpage. But man, this game, just makes you want to be the only game that exist so you don't feel bad for only been playing this game for like 3 months. I want to make this review SHORT to make a longer and deeper one in the future, and sorry if I make any mistake with my typing, English is not my first language. Btw there are NO SPOILERS in this review. I've never played a The Witcher game, since I was not a PC Gamer back then, but dear thank god I discovered this series that caught me into this Tolkien based western RPG. After 200+ hours of gameplay, the only thing I would like to do is...

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations Nintendo DS

Written by Nixxking on November 09, 2016 @ 6:17 am

My first ever review! So i hope it´s at least decent. First thing first BIG SPOILER WARNING. Ok now that THAT is out of the way. I love this game to bits, so its gonna be a little biased. Gameplay: No change here. You have you´re classic visaul nove style. Question witnesses, go around and search for clues. Highlight again are the Trials and boy are they good this time. Story: SPOILER Here is the series at a truly high point. The game starts out at Mia´s second case as an attorney. And her client? None other than Phoenix Wright, who is accused of killing Doug Swallow. And here were introduced to one of the most notorious villains in the series Dahlia Hawthorne. A cunning and maliputive girl that only thinks for herself. She betrayed her whole familie for a jewel. Tried to pin the crime of killing her sister to her boyfriend. Even worse is that she drove said man to suicide...

Diddy Kong Racing

Diddy Kong Racing Nintendo 64

Written by RandomReporter on November 05, 2016 @ 11:22 pm

This was a very enjoyable childhood game. I was one of the children who played this instead of Mario Kart 64 and, generally speaking, whichever one gamers had played first, they stood by. I strongly enjoyed this game's unique power-ups and differences that made it unique from Mario Kart 64. Rare did a very good job of making the graphics as good as possible for the hardware given. I have personally replayed this game at an older age and it still offers plenty of fun!. 1.Story: 7.5/10 -Good enough for the fact that its a bunch of animals racing 2.Character Uniqueness and Development: 7/10 -Great Characters! Little to no character development. 3.Graphics (When Released): 9.5/10 4.Replay Value: 9/10 5.Soundtrack: 9/10 -Most chipper tunes you'll hear in a long time! 6.Game play Depth: 8.5/10 -If you have more experience you will probably win. not much is left to chance on DKR. 7.Is It Fun?:...


Bloodborne Playstation 4

Written by enderx30 on October 03, 2016 @ 6:34 pm

Bloodborne bore the weight of being heralded as the “true successor” to the Souls series, and for good reason: Dark Souls 2 was developed by the “B-Team,” whose efforts were commendable but ultimately did not achieve the heights of their predecessors. I feared that Bandai Namco would milk FROM SOFTWARE to churn out yearly rehashes not unlike the CoD franchise. FROM SOFTWARE plunged its hand into my bosom, viscerally ripped that fear out of my torso, and planted a new one in its place. And this new fear is absolutely delicious, a kind of horror not seen in even horror-centric games. With Bloodborne, FROM not only demonstrated its superior mastery at the trade, but also brought about a new pinnacle in its genre. Bloodborne gave the Souls formula a much-needed refresh. Making dodging a necessity—though the Souls games also encouraged it—quickened the combat to a hectic yet tightly controlled pace. This is...

Need for Speed: Undercover

Need for Speed: Undercover Xbox 360

Written by Gauntlet on September 06, 2016 @ 12:12 am

Oh man, where do we even begin? Power creep is WAY too blatant in the game. You'll find out when you accidentally stumble into an event you're not meant to enter until later in the game when you have higher tier cars unlocked. The engine is completely reused from ProStreet, complete with the frame rate mysteriously increasing while in tunnels and improperly working taillights. With that being said, gameplay is really boring and doesn't bring anything new to the series. If anything it dumbed gameplay down. Cars can't be upgraded into higher tiers like ProStreet, which makes the aforementioned power creep even worse. Customization is identical to ProStreet, which is subjective. Autosculpt returns as well. One of the flaws, however, is that body kits are very limited and border on rice, which is really glaring on cars with only one option such as the Koenigsegg CCX. Also the story is generic. Undercover cop enters...

Demon's Souls

Demon's Souls Playstation 3

Written by LlamaLord on August 30, 2016 @ 3:08 am

Even though this title won RPG of the ear in 2009, I am shocked at how little of a commercial success it actually had. While not a failure, its sales number definitely did not reflect how progressive this title was at the time. Integrated multiplayer, challenging combat, and incredible replayability were all rare traits for console games in the early PS3 era. Its successor, Dark Souls, went on to achieve legendary status and it is unlikely that there will ever be a true sequel. However, that does not hinder the experience of trying out this game, even after seven years. Gameplay: The first few hours will be tough for most new players. I found myself playing the first area for nearly three hours before getting through the first boss. The learning curve is unforgiving to those who have never played a Souls game before, but it is very rewarding. It is...



Written by Keanu_Edwards on July 14, 2016 @ 5:37 am

I did not originally play F.E.A.R when it was released, but recently acquired it as part of a deal on Steam, and was pleasantly surprised. The story centers around the 'point man' who is part of 'First Encounter Assault Recon', a fictional government department which responds to paranormal incidents. There has been a disaster at a military defense contractor called Armacham Technologies, in which a 'psychic commander' known as Paxton Fettel has taken psychic control of a battalion of replica soldiers (clones) in order to pursue unknown, but violent motives in a district of the city. The game is a first-person shooter, and much like Half Life, your protagonist is the silent type. Guided through a series of linear levels by your superior Rodney Betters, who communicates with you via radio, your mission is to eliminate Fettel, though for the most part you will be plowing through his army of...

Need for Speed

Need for Speed Playstation 4

Written by Gauntlet on July 04, 2016 @ 12:36 am

Ah, the latest installment in the NFS franchise! And it's allegedly designed with realistic car culture in mind! Let's see how well EA Black Box fared, shall we? Well for starters, there's the infamous "always online" controversy. EA claims this gives you a more "immersive" game experience but really it just hinders you. If the servers are laggy or offline, it will affect your gameplay and the game even admits it. Yes, even if you're playing solo which is an option. Gameplay itself is hit or miss. There's pretty much no reason to build a car for grip, since Ventura Bay is designed primarily for drifting and even if you max out every stat on an otherwise grip-oriented car (i.e, Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX or Nissan Skyline R34), you will still slide around corners when you don't mean to. If anything grip only helps to minimize accidental fishtailing when you're trying to...

Max Payne 3

Max Payne 3 PC

Written by Snivyius on July 03, 2016 @ 2:31 pm

While i can understand why those who were massive fans of the original Max Payne games by Remedy with the very different settings, direction, music and a lot of other elements that made those games fantastic in their own way (and are still great games anyway that have aged superbly for the time in their own right) and while i can see people not enjoying MP3 as a Max Payne game, i will make this clear: This is still a fantastic game and honestly in terms of quality i think honestly surpasses the originals. While next to everything in this game was different from the originals such as again the visuals, the music and so-on i found next to all of the new things and the old tricks still in to be absolutely incredibly well done to make one of the most well crafted and satisfying third person shooters ever. The settings...


Doom PC

Written by Bugnotnotthegreat on June 25, 2016 @ 4:03 pm

first of let's talk about the story. The player takes the role of a marine (unnamed to further represent the person playing), "one of Earth's toughest, hardened in combat and trained for action", who has been incarcerated on Mars after assaulting a senior officer when ordered to fire upon civilians. There, he works alongside the Union Aerospace Corporation (UAC), a multi-planetary conglomerate and military contractor performing secret experiments on interdimensional travel. Recently, the teleportation has shown signs of anomalies and instability, but the research continues nonetheless. Suddenly, something goes wrong and creatures from hell swarm out of the teleportation gates on Deimos and Phobos. A defensive response from base security fails to halt the invasion, and the bases are quickly overrun by monsters; all personnel are killed or turned into zombies A military detachment from Mars travels to Phobos to investigate the incident. The player is tasked with securing the perimeter, as...

League of Legends

League of Legends PC

Written by iliotsouli on June 19, 2016 @ 11:30 am

Generally speaking, League of Legends was (and still is) one of the greatest MOBA games ever. It's daily peak used to tend from 15 to 25 million players every day during the 2nd game season (2012) and with a lot of marketing and advertising, it dethroned the king of Multiplayer games, World of Warcraft. However, during the 4th season, League of Legends started losing casual players due to its extremely annoying and immature community which was "surrounded" by people who never wanted develop themselves into something better. On the contrary, there were always the type of people who used to play for fun. League of Legends though, still reaches the top 5 Multiplayer and top 3 MOBA games of all time because of two reasons. First of all, everything has to do with game play. Mechanics and outplays are the most common things a casual player can detect and as a matter...

Silent Hill 4: The Room

Silent Hill 4: The Room PC

Written by RaidenPWNR on June 18, 2016 @ 10:34 am

Take a journey into Madness in Silent Hill 4 - The Room. The definite best Silent Hill game in the series so far but some might argue and bring SH2 up in the discussion. True, SH2 was a great game as well but I simply feel that the time it took for Team Silent to master the genre is most alive in SH4 - The Room. You wake up in your apartment only to notice that the door is chained shut from the inside. From this point on, this eerie feeling that something is wrong, that you're in this weird twilight zone takes a hold of the player. You can briefly interact with the said room to learn a few things but you soon start noticing a hole somewhere in the house. A hole that gets wider as days pass. Will it ever be wide enough for you to escape ?...

Dark Souls III

Dark Souls III PC

Written by sullynathan on June 12, 2016 @ 11:15 pm

Dark Souls 3 draws inspiration from all of its predecessors by borrowing heavily from Dark Souls, Dark Souls 2, Bloodborne and Demons Souls. I have played the first three of those game (never got farther than Father Gascogne), but I never played Demons Souls. The game has a lot of features from all those games but I can't say that I agree with all the features, areas and things borrowed from all those games. The game doesn't run very well on my Mac. I am currently running it at 720p on the absolute lowest with a lot of framerate drops. The graphics are quite good though, I would say I was genuinely impressed with how beautiful the world was and a lot of the details in it. Fire and a lot of effects look very good in the game. The boss and menu music in this game is phenomenal. I swear,...


Earthbound Nintendo Super NES

Written by xXOmegaDarkness16Xx on June 10, 2016 @ 9:16 pm

Good people, in this first review written on this page, as I did in the MyAnimeList page, I'll make some reviews of some games I've played, and as no ?. Today I will begin to review that personally I consider my RPG favorite, "Mother 2" known in America as "Earthbound" a game led by Nippon Shigesato Itoi, coming first in the Super Famicom, Super Nintendo Japanese, after being taken to the portable Game Boy Advance, and in the virtual store Wii U. HISTORY: The story of Mother 2 / Earthbound tells us about an unspecified year, but being in the 90's, where a strange meteorite falls. Ness the game's protagonist leaves his house to see the meteorite, but at first can not do so until hours later in which will Porky in your home to help him find his brother Picky, in the meteorite, leaves Buz Buz, who tells our hero on an...

Don't Look Back

Don't Look Back Web

Written by RhinoKuwagata on June 04, 2016 @ 3:14 pm

Don't Look Back is a Flash Game released in 2009, but is is not "just a Flash Game" and I'm going to tell you why. __STORY__ This game is based off Orpheus and Eurydice story of Greek Mythology, where Orpheus goes to take the soul of his dead and beloved Eurydice in the underworld. It is like a modern version of the tale though. After finding her soul he can come back with it with one condition: He can't look at it. In the game, the soul follows you from behind and that's why the game is called "Don't Look Back". Very complex story for a Flash Game, right? But that's not what makes it so special and I can't really tell you what it is since it would be a spoiler, therefore ruinning the experience for most people, but I can garantee that the ending is really satisfying. We could say the...

Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies

Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies Nintendo DS

Written by Kaner98 on June 02, 2016 @ 12:29 pm

If you have ever wanted to play an RPG, but have never had the patience nor skill to grind your way thru the tireless beginning stages only to become bored ten minutes in... Well have I got the game for you Dragon Quest IX is the perfect little RPG for newcomers and veterans alike, and it's handheld! Perfect for those boring car trips cross country am I right? Gameplay:7 This game isn't really doing anything different from traditional RPGs, but I must say that the combat (though sometimes dull) is well articulated and easy to understand. It doesn't have you looking up some complicated move list online, or something of that sort, it's simplicity at its finest. Story: 9 The story of this game, for me, is where it really shines. I won't go into too much detail, but the way each chapter leads into the next is smooth and exciting. I couldn't...

Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault

Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault Playstation 3

Written by RedSpeedTails on May 31, 2016 @ 7:06 pm

Ratchet & Clank Full Frontal Assault it's a really good game, but it really has things that could be better, the story mode it's really enjoyable in the company of a friend, the stages are pretty good and challenging, it provides good weapons that also level up, and a gameplay that it's similar to ratchet & clank future: a crack in time, but we some diferences, the gameplay style it's some like a tower defense with some stage exploration, you can grow up your defenses to make it better, and you have to do specific things to finish the level, in the multiplayer 1Vs1 or 2VS2 it's about phases in time, you have a time to explore the stage and win some terrain and weapons, this really helps to give problems to your enemy, in another phase you may grow up your base defenses, and in the final, you...

The Witcher: Enhanced Edition

The Witcher: Enhanced Edition PC

Written by Stradivarius on May 22, 2016 @ 6:08 pm

The Witcher brand is very famous and it definitely deserves it. The books are awesome and the games are too. Well, from what I've heard. I just finished the first one because I didn't wanna skip and wanted to enjoy the story. It was definitely worth it. This review is from 2015/2016 season Pros: - for how old the game is, the graphics are still good - great story - Prologue and Chapter 1 were great introduction - Chapter 5 and Epilogue were definitely great ending - Chapter 5 and Epilogue were definitely the best from the game - very good music - the cities and locations felt alive - awesome atmosphere - when you get used to the combat, it's fun - you don't only use your swords but also magic - you can wield the iconic swords through whole game, the gearing is mostly on the talents if you want - good and many various enemies - your choices matter - good voice acting,...

Until Dawn

Until Dawn Playstation 4

Written by Aleahskye24 on April 24, 2016 @ 1:06 pm

Until Dawn is for those who enjoy the classic horror movies like Friday the 13th, but there is also that mix of the Saw and Paranormal Activity movies. The story can go from being really good and creepy, to a pretty cheesy story. The characters are you typically teenager stereotypes, The Jock, The Nerd, The Popular Chick, they are all their. The game does take a page from Silent Hill: Shatter Memories by having you answer questions, and reliving what your greatest fears are and putting them in game. The game actually got 2 out of the 3 of what my true fears are. Spiders & Isolation. Their are some sub-plots that you will have to collecting stuff to relieve. I recommend it, because it does answer a lot of the questions, plus it's really interesting to learn. As you go through...

Metal Gear Solid

Metal Gear Solid Playstation 1

Written by KaiserBoss on April 16, 2016 @ 4:35 pm

DISCLAIMER: If you haven't played this game don't even dare to read this review. Seriously, go play it. The time was the late 90s, there was a console war going on, of course. People bragging about their Crash Bandicoots and some bragging about their Ocarina of Time. But a certain someone was about to unleash a revolutionary beast, a game that would be remembered for years to come... And that someone is none other than the great Hideo Kojima. Metal Gear Solid (PS1) Review: (I'd rate every section with a ?/5) Story: Summary: You are Solid Snake, a legendary soldier who is about to embark on a mission. That mission is to infiltrate a "Weapons Disposal Facility". Sounds normal eh? WELL GET READY FOR SOME PLOT TWISTS!!!1!!1 From Master Miller being Liquid Snake to Naomi Hunter injecting your nano-machines with FoxDie. Also, there...

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Nintendo Wii U

Written by frankstleBilly on March 31, 2016 @ 4:10 pm

Donkey Kong Country is a series that I've enjoyed since picking up the first game for Super Nintendo in 2014. I've only actually played four of the games in the series, though; the first one, Donkey Kong Country 3, DKC Returns for the Wii, and DKC: Tropical Freeze for the Wii U. While the original DKC remains one of my favorite games of all time, Tropical Freeze is the only one I've completed because of the extremely difficult nature of these games. I'm just going to say right now that Tropical Freeze is a very hard game. Much of the difficulty stems from trial and error, memorizing what is ahead and learning to adapt to it. Despite this difficulty, Tropical Freeze is a fantastic game and probably the best Wii U platformer I've played to date, even compared to New Super Mario Bros. U and Super Mario 3D World. The plot...

Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex

Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex Playstation 2

Written by DJ_Androm3da on March 15, 2016 @ 3:30 pm

Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex was the first video game I have ever played and is what got me into gaming. What better way to introduce your 4-year-old to the wonderful world of video games than with a 3D mascot platformer? The platforming gameplay is a joy but often switches to vehicle segments that, while adding variety to the game, can also make things somewhat frustrating at times (don't get me started on the underwater levels). The graphics are vibrant and detailed for an early Playstation 2 title, and the varying level themes give the game a bountiful amount of charm. While many agree that the first three Crash games are superior in every aspect, there is no denying that Wrath of Cortex is a worthy successor to Crash's previous adventures....

Paper Mario: Sticker Star

Paper Mario: Sticker Star Nintendo 3DS

Written by MasterAvalon on February 22, 2016 @ 11:45 pm

When it was released on the Nintendo 64 as a spiritual successor to Super Mario RPG, Paper Mario became a hit for both Mario fans as well as general RPG fans. Its sequel, The Thousand-Year Door for Gamecube, was also greatly received. The Wii's Super Paper Mario, however, garnered mixed response from fans. Its platforming style was a decisive step away from the classic RPG gameplay, but still retained an original story that pleased fans. Since then, fans questioned the genre of the series’ future games. When it was announced the next game would return to turn-based combat AND the fact it would be the first handheld game in the series, it was quite exciting. When the final product was delivered, however, the experience wasn’t the same for a multitude of reasons and the game just couldn’t live up to its predecessors. GAMEPLAY - 4 Sticker Star returns to turn-based combat like...


Undertale PC

Written by MasterAvalon on January 04, 2016 @ 11:49 pm

Every so often, a game will come along that somehow does so many things right that it engulfs you into its entire world and entices you to keep on playing, even when you think you should stop. It’s as if it unknowingly invokes a sense of wonder and fixation that’s stronger than reality’s will to pull you away. There are just a few games that I believe bring about this almost indescribable feeling, so does a retro-style indie like Undertale deserve to be placed among them? GAMEPLAY - 9 As all great games should be remembered by, Undertale’s arguably strongest point lies in its strange but innovative gameplay. Though it is a JRPG at its core, with Fight, Item, and Run options, it seamlessly integrates two other styles of gameplay during battle. The first is an ACT/Spare function, similar to many of the Shin Megami Tensei games. Through this alternate battle option,...

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