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Game Freak - 226 Game Ratings

Member Since: Nov 7, 2011

Location: Knoxville, TN, USA

Age: 32

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90 75% Final Fantasy V (1992) - Oct 14, 2020
"The job systems were some of my favorite parts of 1 and 3, and this game cranks them up to a whole new level. This would be the progenitor of the tactics games, with a ton of character customizability. It drew away from FF3's need to switch jobs as a puzzle-solving mechanic, and just let players do what they wanted with the characters. The main story is mostly easy, but this one has more optional super-bosses than any other game in the series up to this point."
80 42% Final Fantasy IV (1991) - May 14, 2020
"The biggest shortcoming of this FF game is that it has basically no character customization. No class selection like we had in 1 and 3, so the only customization options really come in deciding which equipment to use, but most items you find are straight upgrades over the previous ones. I recommend playing the "easytype" or regular English-translated version, because the initial Japanese release required far too much grinding, which would pad the game to probably 2-3 times its length."
90 75% Bloodborne (2015) - Mar 12, 2020
"I like that this game removed 100%-block shields like the Souls games, because it gives the combat a very different, more fast-paced feel. But it still has some typical Fromsoft shortcomings, like a couple of player attributes being near useless, and in the base game, I felt that the weapon variety was pretty lacking. The weapons that are there function very differently from each other, but it's not like a Souls game where you get lots of different weapons with small variations."
90 75% Hollow Knight (2017) - Mar 04, 2020
"Come for the beautifully animated artwork and fun combat, and stay for the surprisingly extensive customization options and lore. I put nearly 50 hours into this game in one playthrough, working toward 100% completion. A really great aspect of this game is that you can sort of choose how challenging you want the game to get. Getting to 100% was a big challenge for me, but there was still a lot more I could have taken on if I'd wanted an even more difficult experience. The game makes it worth it."
85 57% Ori and the Blind Forest (2015) - Mar 04, 2020
"This is a really nice game to pick up if you want something to scratch a nagging Metroidvania itch. Not too long (I finished it near 100% in 2-3 sittings) but with gorgeous artwork and music, plus a unique satisfying midair ricochet/jump ability I'd never really seen before. Several of the abilities reminded me of Hollow Knight, but this game is much shorter, with more emphasis on platforming and puzzle-solving than on combat."
80 42% Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (2013) - Sep 04, 2019
70 25% The Simpsons: Hit & Run (2003) - Sep 04, 2019
"This was one of the better games in the "My mom won't let me buy GTA" genre."
80 42% Bubble Bobble (1986) - Sep 04, 2019
"Protip: You get the bad ending if you don't beat the game in co-op. I hot-seated all 100 levels with a friend one day because we only had one controller, and we got the bad ending because of that."
65 20% Excitebike (1984) - Sep 04, 2019
65 20% Darksiders (2010) - Sep 04, 2019
"Part Zelda, part God of War, part... Portal? I guess? Decent, but not as good as any of its obvious inspirations"