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Day Dreamin' Davey

4.0

Average: 4.0
Comments: None
AvatarDay Dreamin' Game Developers
Written by Taake on Dec 15, 2014
“If there's anything worse than an outright bad game, it's one that's terribly mediocre. Where a bad game can either frustrate you or cause uncontrollable laughter as you try to contemplate exactly how in the *bleep* it could have so many problems, an overly mediocre game is nothing but a flat line of complete and total apathy. The more you play, the more you look down on your watch to see if you've not spent too long on this game... almost as if you could be spending your time doing something else, like learning a new language or hitting the gym... or playing with dog turds – the point is, games as excruciatingly mediocre as Day Dreaming Davey should not be played under any circumstances. I suppose I should've gotten the hint after watching the Angry Video Game Nerd's video on this video game, but surely, it looked like it'd be okay if I was to have played it myself. Sadly, that was not the case as it was nothing more than what people consider video games in general to be; a waste of time. By the end of...”
Boxshot

7.5

Average: 8.0
Comments: None
AvatarHack n' Slash: Zelda Style
Written by NTOFVG on Dec 14, 2014
“This review will use the following weighted scoring system: Graphics - 15% GamePlay - 55% Plot - 10% Music/Sound - 10% Replay Value - 10% What do you get when you marry Dynasty Warriors and the The Legend of Zelda? Hyrule Warriors Graphics Hyrule Warriors takes a different approach to graphics on the WiiU. Many of the games so far, especially from Nintendo, have embraced a bright, cartoon like quality to the animations. Hyrule warriors doesn’t do this so it doesn’t look like it pops as much. It still looks pretty good, but it doesn’t look the best when compared to Mario Kart 8. (7.5/10) GamePlay Whenever you have a crossover game, it is entirely possible that a player would be familiar with one game but not the other. Hyrule Warriors mainly works on the premise that player would be familiar with the The Legend of Zelda not Dynasty Warriors. If fact, to fully enjoy this game, one must be familiar with all the “3D” Legend of Zelda adventures (Ocarina of Time, Majore’s Mask, Twilight...”
Boxshot

9.9

Average: 9.9
Comments: None
AvatarHoenn Confirmed!
Written by gsdfhf on Dec 10, 2014
“HOENN CONFIRMED!! Sorry, I just had to say that. So, fellow Pokemon fans, here's the games we've been waiting nearly a decade for! Are they worth it? That's a good question, if only some Neo member would make a review for us to read...oh wait! Ok, so let's get to it, these games are basically Ruby and Sapphire, just a million times better! For all you new Pokemon players and people like that, Ruby and Sapphire were the third generation of Pokemon that had many new features, Pokemon and took us through the awesome region of Hoenn! Anyways, back to the main topic, do these new games capture Ruby and Sapphire? You bet! The dialogue, camera angles, facial expressions and updated story elements overall make the game feel even more complete and awesome! This game knows exactly where to put what effects and play what music, creating as I said before a more complete and awesome Hoenn experience! Let's move onto something else, the music! There are some awesome themes in these games, such as Vs....”
Boxshot

7.9

Average: 7.9
Comments: None
“Some time after the first game's release, Capcom noticed that the Rescue Rangers license still had some steam. It had finished about 4 years ago, but reruns were still airing and VHS tapes were selling, and people loved that. Plus the first game did pretty well for itself - why not try to keep that train going? However, they may not have found it to be a worthwhile investment to make Rescue Rangers 2 for the Super Nintendo as that would require creating a new engine and coding together different sequences of events. Instead, they just took the first game, tweaked it somewhat, designed some new levels and then BAM, sequel. Coming out for the 8 bit NES in 1994 might not have done it any justice, though. By that point in time, people were balls deep into their 16 bit Super Nintendos and Sega Genesis', playing the hot new Sonic The Hedgehog and Donkey Kong Country games. Rescue Rangers was old hat - it was all about Goof Troop, Aladdin and *bleep*ing Bonkers! Sure, there were reruns and VHS tapes, but it's...”
The Evil Within

7.9

Average: 7.9
Comments: None
AvatarShinji does Silent Hill
Written by Stalagmite on Dec 7, 2014
“Released in 2014 by Tango Gameworks, The Evil Within is Shinji Mikami's latest pet project. The idea was to bring horror into the eighth generation with a sense of dignity – or some shit, I don't know. Really, he could've made this game because he liked The Last Of Us' gameplay but found the difficulty to be a tad too easy, the overall structure too story driven and its story a little too heavy handed. Then again, for all I know, maybe Shinji Mikami really wanted to make a game that's closer to Silent Hill than Resident Evil. Whatever the case may be, The Evil Within is, umm, kind of a mixed bag. On one hand, it's got plenty of moments where its grotesque monster designs, dark yet not too dark hallways (or open areas, but mostly hallways) and excellent atmospheric sound design are put to great use as they convey a sense of dread and fear. In short, you may find yourself hesitant to go through to the next part, but you have to anyway in order to progress. On the other hand, there are plenty of moments where...”
Boxshot

8.0

Average: 8.0
Comments: None
“If you've ever played Harvest Moon and wondered what it'd be like if you were a fisherman instead of a farmer, then Legend Of The River King 2 is what you're looking for. Actually, it's kind of weird since fishing's usually something you do with a few mates or your son/nephew one lazy Saturday afternoon, and in video games, it's often a mini game. In the Zelda games, you fish so you can get yourself a scale that lets you hold your breath for longer or a piece of heart if you catch a big enough fish. In Dark Cloud, you fish so you can get some weapon attachments. Hell, in Harvest Moon, you're fishing yourself and your animals some dinner! But a whole game based on fishing while the rest of the game's sort of like an RPG? Well shit, let's check it out to see if it'll work or not. Just play it for kicks, eh? Well, it's pretty easy to find yourself surprised that it ended up being pretty enjoyable. Then again, Harvest Moon seemed like it'd be a bit of a boring game and yet, it wound up being a pretty enjoyable...”
Boxshot

7.5

Average: 7.5
Comments: None
AvatarThe New Super Mario Brothers of its day
Written by Jak on Dec 1, 2014
“Alongside Duck Tales was Rescue Rangers, a cartoon that featured two characters from the Mickey Mouse shorts and gave them a bigger role than just harassing Donald Duck. This time, they're with a couple of other rodents to save people. Of course, they'll never get credited because they're chipmunks, mice and a fly, but shit, it still feels good to do good deeds. Capcom used to get that feeling all the time during the NES and SNES era by cranking out a bunch of good, solid fun platformers, hardly skipping a beat. What was especially impressive was that they made a fair few licensed games that were quite good. This is one of them - Rescue Rangers provided a solid romp through different urban environments as Chip and Dale have to stop Fat Cat from taking over the world or some shit. This game is pretty short and none too challenging - there are a fair few levels, but each of them last about two minutes each and most everything is cleared pretty easily, but this is one of those games where none of that is...”
A Nightmare on Elm Street

5.7

Average: 5.7
Comments: None
AvatarHere's Freddy!
Written by Lukas on Dec 1, 2014
“When you see that rainbow on an NES game's box art, you can probably assume that the game will suck shit. Furthermore, when you see the Rare logo on an NES game's box art and it's not Battletoads or Snake Rattle 'N Roll, it'll probably be lame. Part of it is because Rare used to be one of LJN's go-to companies, which is kind of funny since it's when they made Donkey Kong Country that they became *bleep*ing legendary before they kind of lost their minds after being bought by Microsoft. Oddly enough, this game doesn't totally eat raw ass. I mean don't get me wrong, this is in no way, shape or form a good game, but it's more because it lacks the necessary polish to be a good game rather than it being incompetent like a lot of LJN games. Games like Friday The 13th and Karate Kid are bad because they're a pain in the ass to play with poor play control and tedious sections; this, on the other hand, had a decent foundation and the mechanics are alright, but Rare didn't really go far enough with what they put onto...”

Recent Comments

Avatarre: Of hype and mediocrity
Commented written by Polarity on Dec 7, 2014
“So did I.”
Avatarre: Portable Debut Ruined by Online Problems
Commented written by Monterey Jack on Dec 5, 2014
“lol that's some Abbott government NBN internet they got there.”
“finally! I have been waiting for this review a looooooooooooong time, I can see why you gave it a 7, D has not aged all that well.”
Avatarre: Silent Hill on Valium
Commented written by Insanity Prevails on Nov 30, 2014
“I got this game ages ago (probably from a bundle - I don't remember actively buying it on its own). I tried it for a little bit and then kinda left it sitting idle and moved onto something else. Must say the review isn't encouraging me to give it another go.”
“Cant say since I never played it, I am familiar with it thanks to watching a bit of a Walktru.”
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