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Michael Economy reviewed Evil Lands: MMO RPG (iPhone)
Michael Economy reviewed Golf Blitz (iPhone)
Caio Akiyoshi reviewed Resident Evil 3 (PlayStation 4)
Jeff Goldenberg reviewed Tomb Raider: Underworld (PlayStation 3)
"The graphics and gameplay in this title are quite good. The story isn't bad but they could have put more effort into finishing off the story, especially with regards to the supporting characters, after the final fight. All-in-all, probably my favorite Tomb Raider game. And to this day, in 2020, it remains the final Tomb Raider story, chronologically-speaking, since the three games released after this one are all prequels. Will Lara ever have another adventure after this one or has she retired? LOL."
Played: May 4th - May 12th
Caio Akiyoshi reviewed Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo Switch)
Caio Akiyoshi reviewed Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (PlayStation 4)
Caio Akiyoshi reviewed Full Metal Furies (PC)
"I love this studio since Rogue Legacy. You can feel the care and the exact precise experience the developers wanted players to have. It's not perfect, thought. On the switch version i've played, the control aren't always responsive - and there's a lot of things to dodge and pay attention, so it gets frustrating with time being. Didn't liked the level system, too. It sometimes felt too harsh. You shouldn't nerf/buff skills based on functions, only numbers (eg: having long cooldowns with dodges, until you grind so much you can dodge better). Still loved it thought"
Aaron Nassar reviewed Ori and the Will of the Wisps (Xbox One)
Aaron Nassar reviewed Endless Ocean: Blue World (Wii)