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JSchlansky

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Game Addict - 555 Game Ratings

Member Since: Apr 15, 2014

Bio: I perform various production-related tasks

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55 36% Unpacking (2021) - Jul 02, 2022
67 64% State of Decay 2 (2018) - Jun 22, 2022
"Does a lot I've always wanted from a zombie game that I haven't really found elsewhere, and the main gameplay loop and combat/resource management is fun. The major downsides are the total lack of a story and the fact that there's no real drive or directive to progress other than just filling your map with a bunch of the same "destroy the plague heart" task"
70 71% Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales (2018) - Jun 09, 2022
"Does a lot right but has some major design flaws. The resource system is horribly imbalanced, you can't make changes to your deck after failing a battle without loading back to an earlier save, and many of the "puzzle" battles are pure filler. Played this on the Switch, mostly while on the bus trying not to look the crazy people in the eye"
17 4% Battlefield Hardline (2015) - May 29, 2022
"ACAB includes this shitty Battlefield spinoff. Why does this even have the Battlefield name on it? Extra points off for not letting you skip the terrible, long cutscenes"
80 87% Fights in Tight Spaces (2021) - May 21, 2022
"Basically Slay the Spire meets Into the Breach with a slick art style"
50 27% Gears of War (2006) - May 08, 2022
"Playing for the first time in 2022 with no nostalgia attached... this was kind of a slog to get through. Hopefully the sequels improve. There's some light worldbuilding but not really any story to speak of; go here and shoot the things, now go here and shoot the things, etc. The level of machismo is so ridiculously over the top, everyone's a giant meathead with testosterone levels off the charts. Maybe this is part of the charm(?), but I find it more eyerolling than anything"
60 50% Donut County (2018) - May 04, 2022
"Charming and enjoyable but extremely short. You can finish it in an hour. At least it doesn't outstay its welcome, but the concept could be pushed so much farther. There are only a handful of levels of and a real shortage of mechanics."
56 39% Backbone (2021) - May 01, 2022
"Nice music, a fairly strong pixel-art visual presentation, and a story that goes in an unexpected direction but that feels drastically cut short. Gives the distinct impression they didn't have the time or money needed to execute their vision. There's a major lack of gameplay with just 2 quick stealth bits and a single puzzle. You'll be tapping one button repeatedly the rest of the time."
67 64% Gorogoa (2017) - Apr 23, 2022
"A great-looking puzzle game with truly unique mechanics. Most of the puzzles are straightforward, some are pretty clever, and one had me stumped for a while, but you can still finish the whole thing in about two hours"
64 58% Ring of Pain (2020) - Apr 18, 2022