Tag Archive: ratalaika games

Balancelot review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Kind of like Trials, if Trials was absolutely terrible.

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Loot Hero DX review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Go right to Platinum.

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Freddy Spaghetti review for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Switch

Slightly undercooked.

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More Dark review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

More than just the setting here is Hellish.

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Micetopia review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

For a Metroidvania, Micetopia is awfully linear.

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Even the Ocean review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

The visual novel-platformer hybrid you probably never knew you needed.

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Vera Blanc: Full Moon review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Mediocre writing, mediocre visuals, mediocre game.

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Syrup and the Ultimate Sweet review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Just your typical love story about a confectioner befriending a candy golem.

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The Language of Love review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

The least demanding, least interesting Platinum you could possibly imagine.

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Ord. review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Words. Adventure. Fun?

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A Hero and A Garden review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

The visual novel/clicker hybrid you never knew you needed.

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CrossKrush review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

A uniquely explosive puzzle game experience.

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Jet Set Knights review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Sadly not a long-awaited medieval sequel to Jet Set Radio.

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Two Parsecs from Earth review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

A forgettable Metroidvania with one interesting trick is still forgettable.

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Blind Men review for PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, Switch

Just your typical Cold War visual novel about a young, gay wannabe-supervillain looking for love and world domination.

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Birthday of Midnight review for PS4, Xbox One, Switch

An interesting take on golf that offers an easy Platinum.

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Guard Duty review for PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, Switch

Guard Duty is about thirty years too late to get the audience it deserves.

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