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Most helpful reviews

Cuphead
Recommended
The game was announced in 2014, and I’ve been waiting to purchase it since. It was hard not to be overexcited to with the actual release but it turned out even better than I expected. The game is much more than a game, it's a piece of art with an amazing orchestra, stunning visuals and the old-school feeling of being difficult, but rewarding. In many ways it feels familiar, something like a Megaman, if it was introduced today by Disney. The Disney company itself can be proud for that it is really one of the most innovative products company offered to the public which is ironically also one the most classic. The game is both great for playing single or with a friend, and it is even great just to watch things in motion. I hope a lot for a sequel or a DLC in the future, because you just can’t get enough fun from it.
«Constantly dying and enjoy it»
Old fans are appalled by the changes, but I have to say that this is NOT a single-player game anymore. So the devs did lots of balancing and other changes here and there. The gameplay itself is great. I love that you can play a few matches and then stop – it’s really easy on you if you just want to have a bit of fun. Lootboxes are here, but you don’t need to worry since you can purchase them with in-game currency and don’t need to spend real money.
Celeste
Exceptional
Another masterpiece on Switch. You die 200 times to get through one level, then you finally beat it and go to another level where you die 400 times. Btw, for a platformer it has a great and unique story.
L.A. Noire
Recommended
Basically the same old game that came out 6 years ago. Not the best antialiasing, but still looks gorgeous on the handheld. If you haven’t played it in the first place, or just miss a good detective story — give it a try on Switch.
«Time-tested»
«Underrated»
Risen
Exceptional
I have played Risen several times and it will always be a game I return to. The world just draws me back in. Combat is very challenging and the trick is to get the timing right, so this is very close to Gothic. A tough game it is, but it is also a beautiful one, exploring is very compelling, even when you revisit areas during the course of the game - or just like me if you revisit them while playing the entire game for the fourth time - they still manage to look fresh and interesting. On the whole, this is one of the best action RPGs, I enjoyed each and every minute of it.
«Underrated»
Total disappointment. They removed the key feature from NFS - free roaming cops. That is what made an ordinary racing game an NFS game. They replaced it with “follow the checkpoints” chases that completely ruined the creativity you could have evading the cops in any direction. Not only this, but it also ruined the replayability and the open world that is actually quite large in this game is dwarfed, because you have so many ways to go, but you are forced to choose only one. Also, no online free roam. Like, what the fuck? On the bright side, there is the customization and the world itself. The story is shitty (as always, lol). But come on, it’s like Fast & Furious in games, and you don’t expect a good story from F&S. But the voices are good Overall this game could be a good racing game if it didn’t have the NFS title. The expectations from the title made the game not what I personally wanted.
Cuphead
Recommended
The game was announced in 2014, and I’ve been waiting to purchase it since. It was hard not to be overexcited to with the actual release but it turned out even better than I expected. The game is much more than a game, it's a piece of art with an amazing orchestra, stunning visuals and the old-school feeling of being difficult, but rewarding. In many ways it feels familiar, something like a Megaman, if it was introduced today by Disney. The Disney company itself can be proud for that it is really one of the most innovative products company offered to the public which is ironically also one the most classic. The game is both great for playing single or with a friend, and it is even great just to watch things in motion. I hope a lot for a sequel or a DLC in the future, because you just can’t get enough fun from it.
«Constantly dying and enjoy it»
Old fans are appalled by the changes, but I have to say that this is NOT a single-player game anymore. So the devs did lots of balancing and other changes here and there. The gameplay itself is great. I love that you can play a few matches and then stop – it’s really easy on you if you just want to have a bit of fun. Lootboxes are here, but you don’t need to worry since you can purchase them with in-game currency and don’t need to spend real money.
Celeste
Exceptional
Another masterpiece on Switch. You die 200 times to get through one level, then you finally beat it and go to another level where you die 400 times. Btw, for a platformer it has a great and unique story.
L.A. Noire
Recommended
Basically the same old game that came out 6 years ago. Not the best antialiasing, but still looks gorgeous on the handheld. If you haven’t played it in the first place, or just miss a good detective story — give it a try on Switch.
«Time-tested»
«Underrated»
Risen
Exceptional
I have played Risen several times and it will always be a game I return to. The world just draws me back in. Combat is very challenging and the trick is to get the timing right, so this is very close to Gothic. A tough game it is, but it is also a beautiful one, exploring is very compelling, even when you revisit areas during the course of the game - or just like me if you revisit them while playing the entire game for the fourth time - they still manage to look fresh and interesting. On the whole, this is one of the best action RPGs, I enjoyed each and every minute of it.
«Underrated»
Total disappointment. They removed the key feature from NFS - free roaming cops. That is what made an ordinary racing game an NFS game. They replaced it with “follow the checkpoints” chases that completely ruined the creativity you could have evading the cops in any direction. Not only this, but it also ruined the replayability and the open world that is actually quite large in this game is dwarfed, because you have so many ways to go, but you are forced to choose only one. Also, no online free roam. Like, what the fuck? On the bright side, there is the customization and the world itself. The story is shitty (as always, lol). But come on, it’s like Fast & Furious in games, and you don’t expect a good story from F&S. But the voices are good Overall this game could be a good racing game if it didn’t have the NFS title. The expectations from the title made the game not what I personally wanted.
39 developers
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Sega of America Inc.
2 games
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Playtonic Games
1 game
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BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc.
1 game
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PagodaWest Games
1 game
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Christian Whitehead
1 game
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Action
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Adventure
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Role-Playing Games (RPG)
2 games

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Inon Zur

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David Wise

Composer

Known for

50 games

Hideki Kamiya

Writer, Director, Designer

Inon Zur

Composer

David Wise

Composer

Known for

50 games

Hideki Kamiya

Writer, Director, Designer

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