I enjoy a good beat-em-up game, but this one really expects you to play with a friend, which I couldn't.

This isn't a bad game, but it just didn't make me feel anything.

This game is cool, but my sense of rhythm is terrible. Also playing it genuinely hurt my hands and arms.

I played this game when I was a child. I don't think I can rate it fairly now.

This game is so drawn out, even basic camera pans take way too long. And I played in turbo mode! I did not feel like my time was being respected, so I quit partway through.

This game takes a long time for everything, but it has one of the wildest ending twists I've ever seen, and that's pretty cool.

I did not enjoy this game. Part of that might be the way I played, but I do honestly believe the game wouldn't be for me no matter how I played it.

This game has a very funny premise, but it also wears out its welcome fairly quickly. I don't think I played it for more than three hours before feeling like I'd seen everything it had to offer. I want to come back to it some day, but for now I have to leave it alone. Also the aiming feels terrible, I swear I hardly ever hit an enemy except by luck.

This game is fun or frustrating with no in-between. If I knew what skills the game wanted me to have, I'm sure it would be less frustrating for me, but as it is I got about halfway through the main story and had to call it quits.

The game looks really nice and has surprisingly fun combat, but the central gimmick of collecting a ton of characters to join you in whatever it is you're doing is too full of "buy the strategy guide" moments for me to really recommend this game.

This game is fun when it isn't being stressful, but it is stressful more often than I'd like. I'd recommend watching a speedrun of the game and seeing if it's for you.

This game is charming for a while, but then you're reduced to hunting every square inch of the map for anything at all to help you progress and it gets kind of tedious. It's a cool idea for a game, but I really wish someone would take that idea and refine it further.

One time I mentioned this game to my mom, whose favorite animal is rabbits, and she said in the most pleading voice I've ever heard, "Bunny must LIVE!" Unfortunately for her, Bunny does a lot of dying in this game because it's very difficult. If you're into that, though, you'll probably have a good time.

I had high hopes for this game because I heard that Tales games have real-time combat rather than menu-based, but I was quickly disappointed by how clunky the combat felt. Still, you do get to play as a pirate, which I generally enjoy.

It's a decent time-waster, and I'm enough of a nerd to get a lot of the references they made, but this game did not feel like it had much substance.