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Dakota99

Game Fan - 52 Game Ratings

Member Since: Apr 21, 2013

Location: Minnesota , USA

Age: 19

Bio: Obviously I love my film like most here, and also I’m avid Chicago sports fan, preferably the Chicago Bulls

Favorite Franchises:
1. Alien
2. Evil Dead
3. Fast and Furious
4. Apes Trilogy (2011-2017)
5. X-Men
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100 95% Mafia II (2010) - May 22, 2019
"Probably my favorite open world game to date. Mafia II has a sort of polish, and self contained atmosphere that kind of adapts pretty well to a open world game, if that somehow even works. I really think the game is unique, and for its time it did things I didn’t see other games doing specifically to getting police off you, gas playing a role in driving, even the music was amazing. I didn’t grow up in the time this game took place but I’d love to see how accurate it is."
100 95% Spider-Man (2002) - May 22, 2019
"Yeah fight me, this is probably my favorite game of my childhood. It honestly isn’t that good of a game and I accept that, but something about shooting webs out to the sky and somehow going from building to building on those, to the campy and indoor levels of this game just do it for me. Nostalgia is really big at play here for me, but even after beating the game, there is more stuff to do and anything that brings me back to the game is just extra brownie points."
100 95% Spider-Man 2: The Game (2004) - May 22, 2019
"Probably thee best or one of the best Spider Man games to date. Once you get past the atrocious Toby Maguire monologues, the game is just fun. They’re various things to do in the game, including little side puzzles, pizza delivery side missions, photography missions for Jameson. A lot of it is kinda dumb but it’s pretty authentic to a Spider man world. The game for its time, was great, the game does bring back a lot of nostalgia for me as a big spider man fan."
95 80% Battlefield 4 (2013) - May 19, 2019
"I remember bringing this home day one, on launch day of the PS4...good times. Anyways, this is my favorite entry. I always had shit tons of fun running solo in this and I felt like I could play all games modes and it was a blast, it just gave variety. On top of that, I love the assault and engineer classes, and with the great map design, I always felt like I could go balls to the wall. Also, the campaign wasn’t half bad, which I really appreciated too."
90 61% Battlefield 3 (2011) - May 19, 2019
"This was my first Battlefield game, and I always remember it for that. BF3 was a pretty good game overall, the thing that stood out most about this one was the maps. I love the map design for this entry and it made all the classes all pretty balanced. The rent a server addition was interesting as I don’t fall either way on it. I always got to play my favorite maps which was cool, but it’s anti consumer as well. I never cared for it’s campaign, but I wasn’t there for that anyways."
55 0% Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (2018) - May 19, 2019
"This is my least favorite in the series. This game tried too hard to be a like a Overwatch and Rainbow Six: Siege culmination with its new health system, specialists, and I didn’t appreciate all the remade maps opted in instead of new maps. On top of that, no campaign is just unacceptable, and blackout is mediocre at best. The biggest sin is this game’s DLC practices, between the horrid Black Ops pass and microtransactions, this game was monetized so non consumer friendly, Fuck this entry."
60 2% Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (2016) - May 19, 2019
"Well, they tried. IW is considered the worst in the franchise, and I won’t disagree with anyone who hated this. To be clear, best and most creative campaign to date. I love this and it’s easily the best thing to this game, lots of effort here. Unfortunately, CoD’s bread and butter is the multiplayer and most people didn’t even give it a shot. I didn’t care for it, it really wasn’t memorable, but it’s there. I didn’t even bother with zombies. I like it more than my score says."
65 4% Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (2014) - May 19, 2019
"As a CoD game, Advanced Warfare didn’t really feel like a game in the franchise, the series went through major changes and I always felt this felt more like a transition game than one that sets its mark. I love the campaign, Kevin Spacey was a solid addition, but I really didn’t care for the zombies at all, like usual. The multiplayer was always off for me, I enjoyed it a lot with friends during competitive play, but I could never run solo because it just wasn’t my game. Meh."
80 31% Call of Duty: WWII (2017) - May 19, 2019
"I appreciate that the franchise took a new direction instead of doing another futuristic game, which became stale by Black Ops 3. I thought the game was fun...for about a month. The game lacked content, shipping with just 9 maps, few game modes, and less than 30 total guns. The campaign was one of the the better ones in the franchise, and I appreciate there effort in that, but for someone who doesn’t care for zombies, there wasn’t enough to keep me from going back to Battlefield. "
95 80% Call of Duty: Ghosts (2013) - May 19, 2019
"Probably my personal favorite of the franchise, Ghosts wasn’t well liked and most people look at it as one of the weakest entries, but I love it. I love the campaign, playing through it multiple times. For multiplayer, I love the the new “Time to Kill” everything felt quicker, the maps were memorable, and I love the gun selection. I like the squad point system for classes, and I thought this game had the most creative DLC to this date. I still play this today."