Game Fan - 20 Game Ratings
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Bio: A nerd guy nerding on the 7th art. The rankings reflect just how much I personally enjoyed a film, without any claims of being critically objective.

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85 65% Disco Elysium (2019) - Rated 05 Jan 2022
80 50% Cyberpunk 2077 (2020) - Rated 05 Jan 2022
"A graphic/artistic masterpiece, with a good cyberpunk story, ruined by a unbalanced and exploitable gameplay. (PC version)."
60 23% We Happy Few (2018) - Rated 05 Jan 2022
"Great premise, great world-building, even very good character in Arthur, but the gameplay it's too repetitive. It should have been a shorter game."
50 10% Red Dead Redemption 2 (2018) - Rated 05 Jan 2022
"It's a great technical achievement, but it's boring writing with boring gameplay."
90 80% NieR: Automata (2017) - Rated 05 Jan 2022
"An existentialist tale. A story about how humanity (and beyond) keep repeating the same mistakes following ideology."
90 80% Crusader Kings 2 (2012) - Rated 07 Apr 2018
"The easier of the Paradox games strategically wise, it has a interesting mix of strategy and RPG that makes for a unique and compelling gameplay. The best way to play it it's indeed impersonating your characther traits: so let's try to not raise a dumb heir here."
95 95% Mass Effect 3 (2012) - Rated 07 Apr 2018
"The best gameplay of the trilogy: they combined a good amount of costumization from the first, with the fact that every weapon it's different aestetically and also really change your gameplay, it's not just a different buff-debuff. The end was fine people, get over with it, it was even better before the EC that explain too much with no need. I don't get what people was expecting: 3000 different final scenes?"
80 50% Dragon Age: Inquisition (2014) - Rated 07 Apr 2018
"EDIT: replayed it with all the DLC, and avoiding being a completionist. It's way better. The number of fetch quests drag down not only the main quest, but a lot of good side quests out there. The last DLC, Trespasser, is a must have; but also The Descent has a great relevance for the lovers of the franchise. I still don't understand why they choose to remove Party AI tactics, and i found the main game too easy: it's a game that should be balanced on tactical view, not on that hack&slash BS."
80 50% Dragon Age 2 (2011) - Rated 07 Apr 2018
"A lot of ranting for no reason. The gameplay was basically the same of the Origins, with a closer camera and some minor changes. Not that i liked the console-friendly changes, but it was totally playable. In the first playtrough i disliked too been trapped inside one city, but in the end makes sense because they wanted to tell a story about one city. The character are weaker yes, but there are still 2-3 great companions. The mage vs templar theme is great. Origins it's better, but this is good."
95 95% Dragon Age: Origins (2009) - Rated 07 Apr 2018
"The best of the trilogy, even if not "by far". A fresh air to the genre when was released, he catched "Song of ice and fire" dark-fantasy influence before Game of Thrones was even started. Classic RPG mecchanics with a great graphic for the time, cinematic scenes, great characters. It has the production value of a blockbuster, but every side quest it's designed with heart, making for a great world building. Just entering in Orzamar, it's amazing. Played it 3 times."