Joshua Broadwell


36 games reviewed
79.4 average score
80 median score
69.4% of games recommended
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Feb 25, 2020

Rune Factory 4 is an abundant RPG, full of fun characters, things to do, and a compelling network of interlocking systems.

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Snack World works as a tasty, but not entirely satisfying, appetizer, with too much filler and some strange balancing choices.

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The combat is the best Fire Emblem combat in years, and you get some very good carryovers into the main game that make it worth going back yet again to re-shape the world.

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TMS #FE Encore is a solid enough RPG that doesn't play to its strengths and ultimately falls short of greatness.

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Atelier Escha & Logy DX refines the formula Ayesha laid out and other new features that make it not just the best in the Dusk trilogy, but one of the best Atelier games in general.

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Atelier Ayesha DX is a solid entry starting off the Dusk trilogy, with compelling crafting and gameplay loops, as well as plenty of loveable characters.

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Though Atelier Shallie falls short in some ways, the entire Atelier Dusk Trilogy is a solid package with compelling crafting and combat systems.

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Dec 3, 2019

Heroland offers a hilarious take on working life, RPGs, and fan culture, wrapped in a clever combat system.

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Pokemon Sword and Shield breathe a joyous breath of life back into the series, with great improvements and a stellar batch of new 'mon.

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Nov 8, 2019

Luigi's Mansion 3 is almost non-stop fun and is another must-have for the Switch's library.

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