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Game Freak - 229 Game Ratings

Member Since: Mar 24, 2011

Location: AK, USA

Bio: My ranking guide:Over 50-I'd recommend it. Some on the lower end in the 50's and 60's maybe only for certain occasions.
50-hilariously bad. so bad they need to be seen. the kind of film that deserves a 0 and a 100 at the same time.
Under 50-would not recommend most of these films. Some would be ok in a certain situation, like with rifftrax or if your lady is all into it and you have no spine.

more Recent Ratings

89 83% Terra Mystica (2012) - Sep 01, 2021
"Started playing this a lot online with friends over the pandemic. For a long time my game group has been very in the realm of always trying new games. We'll play it once if its bad, a lot if its a good filler, and work it in very occasionally if we like it. Getting past double digit plays in this game has been really interesting. This game certainly is not for everybody, but I'll say if you got a couple friends and you really want to sink your teeth into some competitive strategy, this is good."
79 49% Quacks of Quedlinburg (2018) - Jun 17, 2021
"A really enjoyable push-your-luck game with a decent dash of strategy, a smooth game flow, a pinch of silliness, and a handful of fun. They really cooked up quite the pot of enjoyment. Listen, I'm tired. Don't judge my hacky review."
87 75% Yokohama (2016) - Apr 26, 2021
"Yokohama is a game about planning ahead. If you are doing things well, not only are you setting up your next turn, but partially setting up other turns in the future. To do things really well, you need to see what other people are planning and move to block them instead of letting them block you. It's tight and cutthroat and there are enough ways to get points that there doesn't seem to be a dominant strategy IMO."
79 49% Aeon's End: Legacy (2019) - Apr 25, 2021
"While most of the legacy elements are great, there are a couple bits I really don't like. The story must continue whether you win or lose so there are parts that feel totally inconsequential. There are also some decisions that will ultimately make certain nemeses easier or harder. My group could not beat the second to last nemesis. It may have actually been impossible. We played the last one after our failure just to see and we stomped that guy. Overall all though, really good."
85 71% Inhuman Conditions (2020) - Apr 25, 2021
"It's the part of Blade Runner where Harrison Ford interviews people and decides if they are a robot. It's pretty awesome, occasionally silly. The game provides lots of in roads for the role-playing the especially the suspect has to do, but this would still probably be tough if you have a hard time thinking on your feet in a creative manner. There are a couple game modes to play with more people, but the 1 on 1 interview is really the draw. Quick, cool, thematic, excellent."
79 49% Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress (2018) - Apr 25, 2021
"Blackstone Fortress is dungeon crawl that can really be split into 2 parts: the generic expeditions to find clues and the more defined dungeons of which there are 4 you must complete before the final dungeon of the game. There are lots of good things to say about this, the characters are all fun and feel strong, the randomized expeditions work really well, its all pretty cool. 2 big critiques, most of the game isn't particularly hard and the treasure you find from the final dungeon is bullshit."
85 71% Loop Hero (2021) - Mar 19, 2021
"A combo of synergy discovery, tight rope decisions, and a fountain of loot make this something easy to enjoy and comeback to."
70 25% Twilight Struggle (2005) - Mar 19, 2021
"I've only played vs. A.I. so that does bear some relevance. Its a tough game. Prior knowledge of the cards is a huge factor in success. I'm guessing I would enjoy it more if I played a few game against someone of my skill level."
88 79% Troyes (2010) - Mar 19, 2021
"Don't judge this game based on the dog shit box art you see here."
93 93% Skull (2011) - Mar 19, 2021
"One of my favorite bluffing games. Borderline needs 5-6 players. Rating in based on an open bid rather than sequential because sequential bidding means you just lose when you sit next to an asshole/idiot."