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James Galizio

Carlsbad, CA

Favorite Games:
  • Solatorobo: Red the Hunter
  • The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky the 3rd
  • Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite

64 games reviewed
79.0 average score
80 median score
67.2% of games recommended

James Galizio's Reviews

James Galizio has been covering games since late 2014. Besides playing and reviewing games, he is currently studying to enter into the field of localization.
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9 / 10 - Chaos;Child
Jan 21, 2019

Chaos;Child comes to PC, and we take a dive into Chaos World to see how the Visual Novel holds up.

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Nov 28, 2018

If you're looking for a Persona spin-off, Persona Q is a much better use of your time and money. Meanwhile, if you're looking for a rhythm game first and foremost, there are much better options for you to persue. Persona 3 and 5 Dancing aren't bad, but in today's rhythm games climate - they needed to offer a lot more to stand out from the crowd.

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Nov 27, 2018

While I definitely don't want to see everything it changes brought over to Generation VIII, Let's Go acts as a refreshing change of pace for bother newcomers and longtime fans of the series.

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Nov 13, 2018

Bungie might've lost a portion of their player base for good, but for anyone that wishes to continue playing - or hop in now - Forsaken does a lot to fix Destiny 2, while forging its own identity.

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NIS's take on a DRPG manages to surprise, offering a near-masterpiece for the genre - for those that can handle its mature subject matter.

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We take a look at Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, and see how it holds up on the Switch.

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Jul 12, 2018

It might not be an entirely new game, but Sonic Mania Plus manages to feel just as fresh as the original Sonic Mania did a little over a year ago.

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Jun 23, 2018

Ys VIII on Switch manages to offer the best handheld version of the game, but it comes with its own fair share of problems that hold it back.

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Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition lives up to its moniker, and makes a compelling argument for both fans and newcomers of the game to pick it up. It's a welcome addition to the Switch's library, though anyone that already had their fill elsewhere shouldn't feel the need to upgrade.

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9 / 10 - Steins;Gate 0
May 8, 2018

Steins;Gate 0 adds a lot of characters to the mix this time around, but perhaps the characters that it adds aren't used to their full potential.

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