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Kuroel

Game Fan - 98 Game Ratings

Member Since: Oct 29, 2012

Location: Finland

Bio: "Dusting is a good example of the futility of trying to put things right. As soon as you dust, the fact of your next dusting has already been established." - George Carlin
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1% Rec room (2019) - Aug 08, 2020
"Habbo Hotel with updated graphics and less content. The VR version is a joke. It's literally a floating 2D video."
15 4% Spider-man Far From Home VR (2019) - Aug 08, 2020
"This gave me flashbacks to AVGN's Superman 64 review. Controls were super clanky and sometimes unresponsive. Me and my kid were stuck on the bridge for 15 minutes and literally didn't progress past the tutorial."
30 11% Left-Right : The Mansion (2019) - Jul 31, 2020
"The illustrations are lovely, but at its core it is simply a right-left memory game. If you have a rotten working memory such as mine, you can either spend dozens of hours to remember the pattern or simply implement a sheet of paper and pen and pass the game in 15 minutes."
83 77% The Room Two (2016) - Jul 31, 2020
55 24% Later Daters (2020) - Jul 31, 2020
"Fantastic OST and even tho I appreciate the sentiment of offering something gender/racial/sexual/ableness fluid, it felt too many times too concerned at it's righteousness. Many good moments were hampered by homilies. I wanted to be more involved with the characters, their sense of humor, taste of movies and heck, if they like pineapple on pizza rather than mulling on their disabilities, sexual deviancy, drug-use, family drama, etc. I mean. Those ARE part of us, but it doesn't make a good time."
60 30% The Tiny Bang Story (2011) - Jul 31, 2020
"I played on the Switch Lite. Some of the puzzles were infuriating - relying on the player to hit on a specific pixel on the 1 potato x 1 potato resolution screen. On the whole the game was enjoyable but there were about three puzzles I simply could not have solved without googling them and they were not based on any sort of logical thinking. One puzzle mandated a player to align two lines. I thought I didn't understand the puzzle but turned out that the game was SUPER picky about the alignment."
40 15% Bargain Hunter (2018) - Jun 11, 2020
"I love the idea. It almost has like this mix of antique road show feel with a pinch of Pawn Shop, but it gets repetitive, fast. You play around with the same objects, tho with some nonsensical RNG sometimes the same item is ludicrously valuable and sometimes not. And that is not considering the auctions where sometimes the items garner a huge turn-over and sometimes not (that is to be expected even irl). But the mechanics are just buy and sell - ad nauseam. Even with cosmetic skill upgrades."
30 11% Suicide Guy (2017) - Jun 11, 2020
"Unlike many others, I do appreciate and enjoy the concept, but BY GOD the controls are clunky (at least in the Switch port). I'm currently stuck in a room I think I've figured out how to escape from (since all other options are exhausted), but CAN'T FIGURE OUT HOW TO STACK THE BOXES (okay, googled this and it's due to my own dumbness, but I'd still like to gripe that the solution was not too instinctual since the guy can throw stuff but not stack them..) In conclusion: too convoluted and clunky"
65 37% Pok├ęPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure (2009) - May 27, 2020
"As an avid fan of the Pokemon game series I jumped at the chance to play this game. It's mainly aimed at the younger fans of the role-playing series but can also be enjoyed by the older lot HAD the controls not been so goddamn broken! You play as Pikachu who goes on a quest to collect 14 Sky Prisms to reinstate peace of the Pokepark which, as of late, has been suffering from internal conflicts. You collect these prisms by playing 14 different mini-games inside the main game."
45 18% Sonic the Hedgehog (1991) - May 27, 2020