Bio
Just a guy that usually takes a long time to play through games trying to finish more of them
Personal Ratings
1★
5★

Badges


Busy Day

Journaled 5+ games in a single day

Shreked

Found the secret ogre page

On Schedule

Journaled games once a day for a week straight

N00b

Played 100+ games

Best Friends

Become mutual friends with at least 3 others

Noticed

Gained 3+ followers

Liked

Gained 10+ total review likes

Roadtrip

Voted for at least 3 features on the roadmap

Early Access

Submitted feedback for a beta feature

Favorite Games

Dark Souls III
Dark Souls III
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
Chrono Trigger
Chrono Trigger
Persona 4 Golden
Persona 4 Golden

207

Total Games Played

034

Played in 2024

073

Games Backloggd


Recently Played See More

Bloons TD 6
Bloons TD 6

Jun 13

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door

Jun 12

A Way Out
A Way Out

Jun 09

Risk of Rain 2
Risk of Rain 2

Jun 08

Half-Life
Half-Life

Jun 06

Recently Reviewed See More

Half-Life surprised me positively in many ways. Despite my initial concerns that the gameplay might not have aged well, especially given the dated graphics, I found myself thoroughly enjoying most of the game. The world-building, a hallmark of Valve's design, is on point, creating an immersive and compelling environment.

The game's progression and story are highly engaging, managing to draw you in without getting in your way. This balance was revolutionary at the time and remains something many games still struggle to achieve today. The seamless integration of narrative and gameplay in Half-Life is a testament to its innovative design.

However, the game isn't without its flaws, some of which are common in older titles. There were moments where I had to resort to a guide due to the introduction of new mechanics that weren't clearly explained. Additionally, there were some minor pacing issues that occasionally disrupted the flow of the experience.

Despite these drawbacks, Half-Life was well worth playing. Its groundbreaking approach to storytelling and gameplay, combined with its engaging world-building, make it a standout title that has aged surprisingly well.

I was looking for a puzzle game and got a philosophy class.
The Talos Principle curious plot and storytelling drove me to the end by itself, and what a narrative this game delivers! Got me hooked up and intrigued till the end.
Most puzzles felt bland tho, feeling extremely easy and simple. Some of the puzzles that got me stuck was even because I was thinking it was more complicated than it actually is, so overall (besides some actually genius ones) the actual gameplay part of the game is not that good, which made me not interested in seeking the other endings myself.

(Rating as the game I've played in 2017, don't know the state of the game nowadays)