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Game Addict - 843 Game Ratings

Member Since: May 20, 2018

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70 71% Zero Escape: The Nonary Games (2017) - Mar 14, 2023
"I'd score both games separately as a 70, so that's the aggregate score this is getting. In general, the puzzle elements are inoffensive enough to keep you playing for the real meat in the story revelations. Virtue's Last Reward did get a bit repetitive at points retreading scenes for proper completion, while 999's main downside was probably the writing aspect of having characters randomly espouse scientific non sequitors that would be relevant down the line."
70 71% Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward (2012) - Mar 14, 2023
"Rating based on The Nonary Games version."
69 64% Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors (2009) - Mar 14, 2023
"Rating based on having played The Nonary Games version on PC."
60 52% Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (2001) - Mar 03, 2023
"Plot and cutscenes are silly and entertaining Kojima nonsense, while the gameplay just doesn't really do it for me."
70 71% Dark Souls III (2016) - Feb 28, 2023
"While noticeably more refined, I enjoyed this less than the original, primarily because of the increased speed and aggressiveness of enemies, which is, of course, a design choice rather than an issue, but I prefer other games's more methodical combat."
79 79% Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 (2008) - Feb 11, 2023
"Rating based on having played Persona 4 Golden."
80 85% Persona 4 Golden (2012) - Feb 11, 2023
"Stylish (though less so than 5 which I'd played before, thus taking the edge off this aspect), with decent, if eventually a bit repetitive, dungeon-crawling mechanics. Plot was enjoyable, and the (base game) ending sequences had me particularly invested. Characters, mostly well voice-acted, range from unbearable (Teddie pun not intended) to genuinely compelling and eliciting of emotional investment."
90 93% Warhammer: Dark Omen (1998) - Feb 10, 2023
"Absolutely adored this as a kid, and my rating's based on nostalgia. One day I'll give this another go and see how well it's held up..."
70 71% Warhammer 40,000: Darktide (2022) - Feb 10, 2023
"It's solid fun and nailed the setting's aesthetic, but after a while has begun to feel a bit repetitive. Hopefully they'll flesh it out as much as Vermintide down the line and give more reason to keep on with it."
100 99% Football Manager 2023 (2022) - Feb 06, 2023