| RDay13's Last Game Reviews
07-28-16 09:19 AM
| A Minnesota Mystery
Hey guys, it's RDay with my 3rd review I've made. This time I'll be reviewing the game Puzzle Agent (on Steam). I bought this game for 10K viz on the Vizzed Market a while ago and I finished it about a month ago. (Been procrastinating this review forever lol.) Puzzle Agent is a
cartoon animated game that, like the title implies, involves a lot of puzzles. (There might be a few spoilers in here, so if you are looking to play this game, watch out, but I'll try my best to avoid spoilers.)
This game's graphics are decent. I really liked the way the characters were drawn actually. It was kind of cute, but it was kind of professional too. I didn't find anything major wrong with the graphics besides one small thing. When you proceed to a different part of the town in the game, Scoggins, there's like a pause for several seconds before you get to the next place. I'm not the most patient person when it comes to video games,lol, so this was probably the only drawback I say the game has in terms of graphics.
The sound in this game is alright. I wouldn't say it's significantly better than any other game I've played or anything like that, but it was still good. I loved the quaint feeling of the town that is brought about by the music. I like how the background music is kind of uneasy, but not scary or creepy. In my opinion, it has a good balance of happiness and fearfulness. I don't know exactly how to describe it, but I like it. The voices of the characters in the game are clear and can be heard well for the most part.
Ok, so originally, I could not stop playing this game. I would have given this a 10 for addictiveness, if not for the sub-par ending. It was very disappointing in my opinion, and I'll just leave it at that to avoid spoilers. The puzzles, for the most part, wer... Read the rest of this Review
NBA Live 2008
06-15-16 05:29 PM
| My Very First Video Game
I know most of you here haven't played this game, but today I'm here to review NBA Live '08. The PS2 was my very first video game system and I got it back when I was only 6 years old or so (since the game was released in 2007). NBA Live '08 was the first legit video game I've ever owned, and it's one of my favorite games of all time. I used to come home from school and play this game everyday for a few years. I still play this game every once in a while for the nostalgia (and to play with the older rosters :P ). Here it is, my NBA Live '08 review!
Graphics: 8This game has pretty good graphics for the Playstation 2. The players look decent, the coaches look really accurate, and the visual gameplay is great. I would rate the graphics a 10 for this game, if not for 2 things. The first thing is the crowd. The crowd looks bad, in my opinion. It's just a bunch of boxes waving their hands around. The other thing is there are some visual glitches where you can pass through other players at some times. Overall, the graphics are still good, though.
Sound: 10Now, I usually don't look for sound in video games, but this is where this game struck gold. The music in this game is unbelievable. This game features my favorite song of all time: "Don't Make Any Difference To Me". I always liked the beat and the sounds of this song, but as I grew older, I understood the lyrics and loved the message that the song was trying to send. Here's a link to the song on YouTube: [url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lkc4ENGBlIA[/url] . I really liked almost all of the songs in this game, and the in-game sounds were great as well.
Addictiveness: 9You can probably tell from the sentiments I have expressed about this game, that it was highly addictive for me. There are several modes to play such as Regular Game, Season, Playoffs, Dynasty, etc. It's never boring with this game, as there's so much to do. I also loved the feature that allowed you to simulate g... Read the rest of this Review
Pokemon Light Platinum
05-26-16 08:40 PM
| Probably My Favorite Pokemon Hack on Vizzed
Ah, Pokemon Light Platinum. A great game where you explore 2 regions that aren't found in the original games, Zhery and Lauren. To be honest, the first time I played Light Platinum, I hated it. I couldn't get past the 3rd or 4th gym, and being the hothead that I am, immediately rage quit. A little while later, I came back to this game as one of my RGR friends wanted me to play it. Reluctantly, I cooperated, and it was probably one of the best decisions I have ever made on Vizzed. This was one of the best hacks I've played on Vizzed, if not THE best. I've beaten the game 3 or 4 times now, and nevertheless, I love talking about this game. Anyways, on with the review! (This is my first review that I have ever made for Vizzed, so please keep that in mind when you're about to set your computer on fire ;) ).
This game has great graphics! On top of the pretty decent graphics already in place from Pokemon Ruby, the maker of this hack, Wesley FG, took it one step further. I don't really care about the graphics that much unless it's really bad, but this game's graphics stood out, but for the right reasons. The game characters all look nice and they look like they could be found in a real Pokemon game. The buildings, bodies of water, etc, all look great, and the Pokemon look good too. The reason why I gave it a 9 for graphics instead of a 10 is because of some glitches, albeit minor. In certain places, you are able to "climb houses" by simply stepping back on a house tile, but only a small number of houses allow you to do this, maybe 2 or 3. There were actually two bigger glitches that I found when I played this game. I hopped over a ledge and into water, and I kept walking on this small lake. I couldn't get out, so I lost my progress after my previous save. Another glitch in this game, albeit a helpful one, is the masterball glitch. I don't know if the maker of this hack intended on making this glitch happen, but you can basically get... Read the rest of this Review