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Game Review, Neptunia, Playstation 4, PS4, Senran Kagura -

The Ninja girl beat'em up from Idea Factory: Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja Wars is a great title for fans of either series. It plays like the classic Senran games, with elements of the classic Neptunia games. The story keeps up with it's whimsical Sim like flare, while still following it's usual "I have a purpose" style of story telling. Even though, it was overbearing at times. It's fun. but quickly gets repetitive if you aren't used to the style of dungeon crawling, Neptunia games offer. I feel like a lot of potential was lost when they decided to only...

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Game Review, GotG, Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel's GOTG, Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, Playstation 5, PS5, Videogame -

The newest edition to the superhero video game collection, Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy from Square Enix does an amazing job on a lot of points. The story rivals that of the movies. Both in how it felt, as well as how it was executed. It had all the classic GOTG characteristics, from the 80's feeling, to the copyrighted songs we all love, and the constant "I'm part of a team" mentality. With that being said, I was disappointed that you only play as Star-Lord. Was hoping for a switch between characters type game. The gameplay was somewhat addicting, but...

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Playstation 4, PS4, Ultra Age -

Ultra Age, the cybernetic hack n' slash from Visual Dart and Next Stage is one of those games that is addicting, yet boring at the same time. If you can get passed the bad voice acting (of the 5 characters in the whole game), PS2 graphics, and boring story, it's an awesome game. Fast paced combat, cool enemies. It has the ingredients, but I don't think it was baked long enough. If this game was made back during the Playstation 2 era, then it would be a classic. Being a gamer of old, that's what kept me playing. It felt...

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Game Review, Life is Strange, Life is Strange: True Colors, LiS, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, PS4, PS5, Videogame -

The return of Square Enix's hit title: Life is Strange: True Colors lives up to the reputation the Life is Strange series has. It's still one of the best (my self labeled genre) Super Narrative games. It's only rivaled by Quantic Dreams (the creators of Detroit, Heavy Rain etc...) And TellTale. These games hit you hard from the music, the decisions you have to make and the consequences that come from it. It's not made to be full of action, it's made to tell a story. So if you're in for a story driven experience, it doesn't get much better...

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Game Review, Playstation 5, PS5, The Medium, Videogame -

The psychological horror from Bloober Team, The Medium feels like you're playing Silent Hill without any guns. Which... isn't actually a bad thing. It introduces an interesting narrative, where you play the same character, simultaneously between two realities. Which gives way to great puzzle mechanics. It has a cool story, but the gameplay is kind of slow. Though if you've played any Silent Hill game, then you'll be used to it. I would really love this game, but I can't help but feel like it's missing that little umph to get it to that point. Like if you're eating Mcdonalds,...

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