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Jeff Goldenberg

About I grew up gaming on the following platforms: Atari 2600, Colecovision, Intellivision, Vic 20, C64, NES, Amiga, PC, Xbox. Fondest memories are of C64 and Colecovision.
Favorite Genre(s) Action, Adventure, Platform
Favorite game ever Fallout 3
The first video game I remember playing Pong
My rig: PC, Xbox One

Jeff's Shelves

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Jeff's Games

Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus
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Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time
Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack In Time
"This game is far by the longest in the series, and it features most of the elements of all previous iterations. The new feature involves controlling time to solve puzzles. The puzzle elements in the Clank chapters are pretty cool and fun. There are a lot of boss battles. Too many, really. To fully beat the game there are 3 successive boss battles at the end, though the story is complete after taking out two. The final battle is optional (winning it gives a special reward). The weapons are not as interesting or as powerful as in previous titles. The story was OK, but a little thin and I just wasn't as interested as I was in previous games."
Shelves: Own Played Beaten
Played: August 29th - September 11th
September 12th comment
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Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty
Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest for Booty
"This game is supposed to be the 2nd in the Future series, but it's really more like 1.5. The game is not very long or big in terms of places to visit. It has most of the elements of a typical R&C game, but this time the emphasis is definitely on swarm and boss battles. There are a lot of them, and some of them are quite hard. Nothing particularly wrong with the game, but it definitely isn't the best in the series."
Shelves: Own Beaten
Played: August 7th - August 14th
August 15th comment
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Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault
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Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One
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Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction
Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction
"I totally enjoyed this game. Well-made, decent story, graphics, sound, voice acting, controls, length, balanced difficulty. The only annoying thing is the game has no trophies."
Shelves: Beaten Own
Played: August 1st - August 8th
August 9th comment
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kubic
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Inops
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F1 2016
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Strange Brigade
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The Golf Club 2019 Featuring PGA Tour
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Ninja Gaiden Sigma
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Tomb of Trials
Tomb of Trials
"Really amazing puzzle-action game. A must-play!"
Shelves: Beaten
Played: May 1st - May 5th
August 1st comment
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Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion
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Sundered
Sundered
"Gameplay is OK. Art style is nice but very repetitive. Same locales and enemies over and over again. Local multiplayer up to 4 players is nice."
Shelves: Own Played
June 13th comment
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Little Nightmares II
Little Nightmares II
"Loved the first game but this one was really nothing special. Story makes no sense. A skilled player can probably finish the game in 5 hours."
Shelves: Played Beaten Own
June 13th comment
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The Outer Worlds
The Outer Worlds
"While not completely un-enjoyable, this game is a technical embarrassment. Released in 2019, this game looks and plays like a (PC) game from the early 2000s. Terrible UI, unbearably long and frequent load times, few character models, no variety in gameplay. Obsidian just rehashed Fallout New Vegas and their other older games while somehow managing to make this game less than half as good as any of their previous ones."
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Played: May 15th - May 30th
May 31st comment
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Ratchet & Clank
Ratchet & Clank
"All-around good game. Nothing bad about it, but not amazing either. Not very difficult. Good casual fun."
Shelves: Own Played Beaten
Played: April 1st - April 26th
April 27th comment
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Detroit: Become Human
Detroit: Become Human
"Visually and technically impressive, but not a very deep story resulting in a rather short game, or rather, interactive story is more like it. Mind you, the game is designed to instill multiple playthroughs by being able to branch the story in about a dozen places. I found the story to be completely predictable, at least the version that I completed. Compared to previous Quantic Dreams titles, there isn't much new and the game plays pretty closely to Heavy Rain. Which isn't really a good thing since Beyond Two Souls was a far superior game. It's as if they didn't learn anything about the bad parts of Heavy Rain, which were not present in Beyond, but are back in Detroit. It was still a mostly enjoyable 10 hours spent."
Shelves: Played Own Beaten
Played: March 1st - March 7th
March 22nd comment
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ICO
ICO
"I didn't get to play this when it came out in 2001. I played the PS3 "HD remaster". I found the game to be decent in terms of design and gameplay, but the story is threadbare and the textures were pretty low quality for an "HD remaster". The camera and movement controls can be very annoying compared to newer games. The variety of game mechanics is very limited compared to more modern games. Still, it makes for an enjoyable 8-10 hours."
Shelves: Played Own Beaten
Played: March 14th - March 21st
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