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Game Junkie - 1352 Game Ratings

Member Since: 26 Jul 2008

Location: Canada

Age: 38

Bio: I have a twitter: https://twitter.com/flickmetictyler
I even occasionally tweet.
Here's a big long empty space to symbolize the void in my soul.

Anything 51 and up is a recommendation, meaning you aren't wasting your time seeing it. Anything between 51-79 ranges from mediocre to very good. Anything 80+ is what I call a "Great Movie" and it's a must-see and is awesome to various degrees. Anything that's a 50 is something that I'm a fence sitter on (meaning I'm too useless to actually be able to make up my god damn mind) so it could go either way. 49 and under means you should avoid. Under 10 means I was probably raped by the movie or, at the very least, fondled. Despite the effort I've put into explaining my rating system, numbers are fairly often chosen at random (well, maybe my gut feeling) so I might actually like a movie I rated 75 more than an 85, I just really can't be bothered to go back and constantly re-do my ratings.

more Recent Ratings

90 T9 Knuckle Sandwich (2023) - 03 Dec 2023
"The mini-games get a little tiring after you've done each one a bunch of times, since you're fighting the same few enemies in most areas you visit. The inventory system is terrible, even as you get more people in your team. But I dig the music, comedy, visuals, story and the weirdness a lot and it easily makes up for the small flaws. Plus, there's little touches like allowing you to lucky level up and actually put some points into your stats, which I always like in RPGs."
90 T9 Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name (2023) - 24 Nov 2023
"Yakuza games are always awesome, but they are basically the same thing every time. The side-quests in this game mostly suck, and it's annoying because they are so tied into buying/getting new stuff. But the story and general gameplay loop? Awesome. The plot is interesting and melodramatic like Yakuza games always are. The different fighting styles makes the combat better too."
80 T6 Alan Wake II (2023) - 11 Nov 2023
"I'm a wimp when it comes to horror games, but this is one of the few where I forced myself to keep playing. Atmosphere and story are top-notch. Gameplay is fluid, shooting feels good, light mechanics work. The case board is lame and I don't know why you have to place the images yourself; it would work just as well if it did so automatically and you could just refresh whenever you want. Took me out and actively annoyed me, I don't understand its inclusion."
100 T10 Super Mario Bros. Wonder (2023) - 28 Oct 2023
"Nintendo out here still proving that they're the best developer in the world. I'm a 2D Mario guy so this is right up my alley. The Wonder gimmick is insane in the best way. So inventive and even funny sometimes. They really leaned in. And everything is simple to understand. Incredibly polished. Badges add a little depth to it, but it would be amazing even without them. Beautiful graphics. A banger soundtrack (there's a specific Wonder song I love). Doesn't overstay its welcome. Fantastic."
90 T9 Gunbrella (2023) - 19 Oct 2023
"Pretty simple gameplay loop. Not a lot in terms of upgrades, you run, jump and float with your gunbrella and shoot everything. But I dig the style, the atmosphere, the music. Sometimes people talk too long but NPCs have character, and are even sometimes funny. Doesn't overstay its welcome, has some cool boss designs. I also just like stories like this where a guy is out for revenge."
85 T8 Sandtrix+ (2023) - 09 Oct 2023
"You could make the argument that Tetris is the perfect game. This is one of the few Tetris "clones" that I thought did something really cool with the formula. It's not quite as fun as Tetris or the brilliant Tetris Effect (which perfects the formula), but the sand physics is satisfying in the same way that all this sand physics stuff is, while also adding its own unique depth and difficulty. I think the presentation could be better but I didn't care, the gameplay is great."
95 T10 Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty (2023) - 08 Oct 2023
"Along with the reworking of a game that was already amazing, this DLC tells a really good, emotional story with a ton of twists and turns where your choices matter. I thought the ending dragged a little bit, even though it made sense, but that might just be a me thing. I get what they were trying to do but I could have done without."
45 T2 Fading Afternoon (2023) - 28 Sep 2023
"I like the Yakuza and there's a good game in here somewhere, but there are a lot of bugs, the game is repetitive and the controls are clunky/confusing. The story is deep, though a little awkwardly written, and that's the main reason you'd come to this. But I had a hard time getting past the way it plays."
50 T2 Armored Core 6: Fires Of Rubicon (2023) - 27 Sep 2023
"As with every FromSoftware game that I've rated, I just don't have the patience to deal with the inconsistent difficulty. But I tried this out because I wanted to try AC. And the game feels great. The combat is fluid and exciting. It's just not for me."
85 T8 Sea of Stars (2023) - 25 Sep 2023
"It doesn't hit the same as the game that influenced it the most (Chrono Trigger), but it's still great because it plays well. Seraï is the most intriguing character and the rest are fine. The plot is also fine. The combat is the most interesting part because the systems at play are neat. Fights make you try. The progression of levels and abilities is way too slow. Soundtrack has some bangers but I wasn't as into it as I had hoped. Map isn't satisfying. Doesn't inspire the same awe as CT."