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Game Junkie - 1270 Game Ratings

Member Since: Jul 26, 2008

Location: Canada

Age: 37

Bio: I have a twitter: https://twitter.com/flickmetictyler
I have a website too: https://flickmetic.com

If you want more of my movie opinions, pictures of a bunny AND some data analysis regarding movies (along with some other off-topic stuff occasionally), please check it out.

Don't worry, I will always post my reviews on Criticker too because I love this site more than my own family (don't tell them) and this has been an incredibly valuable resource/tool for me. Plus I appreciate all of you people who have ever reached out to me or starred my reviews. I can't quit you, Criticker, I just want to make some money at my website and hopefully someday quit my crap job.

Anything 51 and up is a recommendation, meaning you aren't wasting your time seeing it. Anything between 51-79 ranges from mediocre to very good. Anything 80+ is what I call a "Great Movie" and it's a must-see and is awesome to various degrees. Anything that's a 50 is something that I'm a fence sitter on (meaning I'm too useless to actually be able to make up my god damn mind) so it could go either way. 49 and under means you should avoid. Under 10 means I was probably raped by the movie or, at the very least, fondled. Despite the effort I've put into explaining my rating system, numbers are fairly often chosen at random (well, maybe my gut feeling) so I might actually like a movie I rated 75 more than an 85, I just really can't be bothered to go back and constantly re-do my ratings.

more Recent Ratings

70 33% Redout 2 (2022) - Jun 18, 2022
"It's very hard... even the trials! I suck at it, others will be more patient. But the game is pretty gorgeous and there is a thrill to going this fast. The control scheme--with adding a strafing option--was actually a good move. Everything else is fine."
60 18% Skeleton Crew (2022) - Jun 18, 2022
"I know it says fast-paced, and I guess that's because you're often in a small area fighting a bunch of enemies, but you move quite slow. The game looks and sounds good, but it doesn't feel good. The kicking mechanic seemed fun at first but it, like the rest, feels slow and unintuitive. The game is okay but there are loads of better indie games of this ilk on the market."
80 59% Dwerve (2022) - Jun 15, 2022
"It was never going to be the deepest tower defense game, due to how it blends genres, but it's still a good example of it... and the dungeon crawler elements add to it. I mean, if you like walking into areas and dropping traps/weapons in fairly chaotic battles, this is a lot of fun. The story is ultimately forgettable but that's not why you're here."
60 18% Souldiers (2022) - Jun 07, 2022
"I didn't realize that this game was supposed to be really hard when I got it. I don't find it enjoyable in that regard, it's pretty punishing. Annoyingly so. It's not a Metroidvania that excels in the level design, even if the world is huge. It gets little things wrong. Level progression is pretty basic. But the soundtrack is great and it has some of the best visuals of the year... seriously, the pixel art is detailed with great animations, lots of character."
70 33% Pinku Kult Hex Mortis (2022) - Jun 05, 2022
"Fetus's first RPG. No control over levelling up. No status effects. Simplistic combat. Once you understand that you can't get killed by one hit (it'll always put you in danger at 1HP) the game is ridiculously easy. And yet I liked this. The horror elements were well done, and the visuals (specifically the character models) reminded me of Fantastic Planet. Good design. Interesting mystery, satisfying end. Cool OST. Knew enough to be a short game too so the weaknesses didn't get annoying."
70 33% Dunk Lords (2020) - Jun 02, 2022
90 86% Drainus (2022) - May 31, 2022
"I don't get to play as many of these types of games as I used to back in the old days, but this is one of the finer ones I've played in recent years. The visuals are wonderful. The hook (being able to absorb energy blasts from enemies and return fire with said energy) is satisfying. It doesn't make the game super easy, even with how gracious it is, but that's because the bosses and level design are inspired. Lots of upgrades to play the game as you want, along with a decent story."
40 7% Elex II (2022) - May 29, 2022
"It's not even the jank that bothers me, it's the progression. It takes way too much time to become anything at all. I don't need to feel overpowered from the beginning or anything, but the good RPGs don't feel this unsatisfying from the jump. The rest of it is whatever... it would be possible if not for how shit the pacing is."
60 18% Jitsu Squad (2022) - May 22, 2022
"The story is forgettable, the dialogue is bad. The voices are bad. But the visuals are stunning and vibrant, with a lot going on. It's a chaotic game. A blend of fighting games and beat 'em ups, that's also a bit of a problem. It's not that you have to memorize combos or anything, it's just that when you can move freely, sometimes attacks are off. Game constantly gets in your way, forcing you to the next area, pausing the action. The fighting is okay but doesn't feel fluid."
60 18% Salt and Sacrifice (2022) - May 18, 2022