On this page, you can find an overview of all the games I have reviewed on my blog. In my reviews, I try to take an honest and fair look at a game. I look past the “need for amazing graphics”. The most important thing to me is the story, gameplay and atmosphere. While my reviews aren’t long, I try to keep them “bite-sized”. This way you can quickly read them before you decide to play or buy a game.
Also, when you want your game reviewed on my blog, please go ahead and contact me using my contact page! I will mail you back as soon as I see your mail. Also, I refuse to review games that get paid to get a good review.
So, there is a meaning at the score I give a game. I touch sometimes upon it in the review.
If I give a game a score between 0 – 30: that means that the game isn’t good. I also don’t see any audience enjoying the game.
If I give a game a score between 30 – 50: this means that the game wasn’t fun for me. Or that the game still needs some work to be enjoyable.
If the game gets a score between 50 – 60: then the game is pretty mediocre in my eyes.
If the game receives a score between 60 – 70: the game is okay, I have played better games or I expected more from it.
If the game ends up with a score between 70 – 80: the game is good, but there are some elements that weren’t much fun.
If the game gets a score between 80 – 90: this game is very good. Apart from some minor mistakes, I enjoyed it the whole way through.
If the game gets a score between 90 – 99: the game is nearly perfect.
And finally, if I give a game the full 100/100, that means that the game is one of my favorite games ever made. This doesn’t mean that the game is perfect. Every game has its flaws. But the full marks means that I enjoyed it (way too much).
A Hat in Time
Alan Wake – American Nightmare
Captain Disaster in: Death Has A Million Stomping Boots
CSI: Hard Evidence
Halo Combat Evolved
Indiana Jones And The Infernal Machine
Legend Of A Ninja: A Shadow To Remember
Lili: Child Of Geos
Path of Exile
Shadow of the Tomb Raider
the Stanley Parable
Tomb Raider Legend
PC – Software
Pokémon Blue, Red & Yellow
Pokémon – Gold, Silver & Crystal
The Legend Of Zelda – Link’s Awakening
The Legend Of Zelda – Link’s Awakening DX
The Legend Of Zelda – Oracle Of Ages
The Legend Of Zelda – Oracle Of Seasons
Barbie – Secret Agent
Nicktoons – Battle For Vulcano Island
Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire & Emerald
The Legend Of Zelda – Minish Cap
The Sims 2
999: 9 People 9 Hours 9 Doors
Ace Attorney – Miles Edgeworth Investigations 2 – Prosecutor’s Path (English Patched)
Club House Games – 42 All-Time Classics
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
Playmobil Interactive – Top Agents
Pokémon Diamond, Pearl & Platinium
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon – Explorers Of Time/Darkness & Sky
The Legend Of Zelda – Phantom Hourglass
The Legend Of Zelda – Spirit Tracks
James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes
Kirby Planet Robobot
Nintendo Pocket Football Club (eShop)
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon – Gates To Infinity
Pokémon Sun and Moon
Pokemon X & Y
Professor Layton vs Ace Attorney Phoenix Wright
The Legend Of Zelda – Link Between Worlds
Virtue’s Last Reward
2 Player Reactor
Buttons and Scissors
Choice Of The Dragon
Flow Free: Bridges
Fury Racing 3D Real Speed
Mine To Escape
Pokémon Go (Short)
Super Kid Cannon
Vlogger Go Viral
Word Crush: Hidden Words!
Corpse Party – Book Of Shadows
Tomb Raider II – Featuring Lara Croft
Escape From Monkey Island
Papo & Yo
Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
Assassin’s Creed – Brotherhood
Kirby Epic Yarn
Kirby’s Return To Dreamland
Angels Of Death
Atelier Rorona – Alchemist of Arland – DX
Dragon Quest Builders
Fire Emblem Warriors
Super Mario Odyssey