Reviews by ogamania76

The Book of Unwritten Tales Collection
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It was very interesting.

The text and direction are so elaborate that you can't help but laugh while playing. There are parts of the game that feel like errands and become sloppy during play, but the scenario is well pulled together, and after about 24 hours of play, I was able to get through the entire story without losing interest. I hope that more people will play this game as the Japanese localization progresses.

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 27th 2020
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Euro Truck Simulator 2 - Scandinavia
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It's hard to reach the delivery address.

I've also downloaded the map expansion DLC, but to be honest, I felt like the scenery was the same as the map from the beginning, but this DLC has a much different scenery.
Especially between Kristiansand-Stavanger-Bargen on the west side.
This map is not to be missed.

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 27th 2020
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Cities: Skylines
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1%: Building a city 99%: Viewing

Whereas SimCity is a city management simulation
The game has a strong urban infrastructure simulation aspect to it
If you can get through the early stages, you'll be able to afford it, but on the other hand, you'll have more time to spend on improving the city's transportation infrastructure.
The point of purchase consideration is whether or not you find it interesting.

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 27th 2020
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Out There: Omega Edition
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Good fun at the pace you choose.

Very pretty, interesting story, easy to grasp yet difficult to master. My one complaint is that nothing carries over playthrough to playthrough. So once you screw up, that's it, everything down the tube. Even on Easy mode. I know a lot of people like that feature, so that doesn't make it a bad game, but just not for me.

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 27th 2020
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Cognition Game of the Year Edition
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A third-person adventure game with an excellent story and riddle solving!

There are a lot of riddles to solve, but they are all fresh and interesting, and it's great that they are all well placed within the story. The second time I played the game, I still had a lot of fun discovering things.

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 27th 2020
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Airport Madness 3D: Volume 2
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Pretty neat game,

I haven't played the first game, so I can't comment on how little it has changed from its first installment, but Airport Madness 3D V2 is a pretty neat game, if you're into hectic time management mechanics.

It won't win any prizes for its visuals and it is far from up to standard in terms of technical aspects, but all the same, the gameplay is kind of of addictive.

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 27th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Parklife
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You'll want to build an amusement park in the city, too, to please the citizens!

In this DLC, the concept of a tourist has been enhanced until now.
They are adding sightseeing buses, balloon tours, and more.
Let's bring the masses of tourists to your city!

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 27th 2020
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Cities: Skylines - Mass Transit
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You were at the mercy of the road to ease the congestion problem!

With this DLC, you can go into pause and no signal states!

There's a lot of content being added, but I don't care about that.
This DLC is a must-have for a traffic jam breaker!

Monorail? Ropeway? You can install them as you wish.
Bring it in just to avoid traffic, Mayor!

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 27th 2020
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Cities: Skylines Deluxe Edition
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It's so entertaining that you lose track of time.

It made me struggle to create clean streets and smooth traffic, but it was a good opportunity to get interested in real cities and road conditions.

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 27th 2020
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Eldevin
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I think it's a work that deserves more recognition.

If you're tired of the cumbersome games these days, I recommend it.

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 27th 2020
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Dead In Bermuda
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It's an interesting survival management game.

Once you have a good hold of the situation it can get very repetitive just waiting for story progression, so I can't imagine playing it more than once. The difficulty settings are a bit iffy; on "Normal" it was just _barely_ too hard to get things crafted fast enough to ensure survival, while at "Easy" it was laugahble. An extra difficulty setting between the two would be nice. Don't expect amazing graphics or deep gameplay here; it was made by a small team and it shows, though what is there has been polished really well.

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 26th 2020
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realMyst: Masterpiece Edition
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Exceerent puzzle game.

I definitely enjoyed solving the puzzles, but even more so I really enjoyed just taking in the atmosphere of each world, or Age, as they are called in the game. Definitely recommend!

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 26th 2020
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Californium
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Awesome visual

An awesome visual journey with a serviceable story/plot which isn't the focus here, your interactions with the different worlds and beings that inhabit them are and in this regard it succeeds succinctly.

by ogamania76, Japan - Apr 26th 2020
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