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Game Freak - 241 Game Ratings

Member Since: Aug 4, 2017

Location: Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

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23% Anodyne (2018) - Oct 12, 2018
16 90% Shadowrun (1989) - Sep 27, 2018
10 29% Final Fantasy X-2 (2003) - Sep 24, 2018
"The unRPGfication of Final Fantasy began here."
23% Detroit: Become Human (2018) - Sep 23, 2018
"Another mess of a David Cage game. Robots aren't human, so a narrative that presents them as analogous to oppressed minorities by, e.g. putting them at the back of a bus (!), is uproariously, insultingly stupid. That said, Connor, one of the three playable characters, is lovely. But then there's Jessie Williams, playing Robot Messiah, and being as unlikeable as he is in real life, i.e. very. Inasmuch as this works, it's almost entirely thanks to Connor's actor, Bryan Dechart. Good job, Bryan."
13% Dungeons & Dragons (1974) - Sep 22, 2018
"This is my rating of the first edition."
10 29% Mark of the Ninja (2012) - Sep 22, 2018
12 44% Legends of Eisenwald (2015) - Sep 21, 2018
"Something of a cross between Heroes of Might and Magic, and Betrayal at Krondor, but more historical fiction than fantasy. Fun if you're into turn-based, deliberate, abstract RPGs."
11 35% Stasis (2015) - Sep 19, 2018
"This schlocky sci-fi horror game is undermined by the following: 1) the writing is reasonably alright, but the voice-acting is bad; 2) you're not in much danger, although the game keeps pretending you're in danger; and 3) too many of the puzzles are nonsensical / unintuitive. It would be greatly improved by the player being more endangered by the monsters. I'd still say it's worth a play if you're into B-movies."
13 57% Pok√©mon Trading Card Game (1996) - May 06, 2018