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Hello, again! I’m still under quarantine, so here are some more reviews of games I’ve completed during the month of June.

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Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Completed on 6.6.2020) – I used to play this game a lot as a kid. It’s definitely the best GTA game I’ve played. Despite the limitations that technology had back then, Rockstar managed to create a unique world that became a character of its own within the game’s story. It definitely hasn’t aged well in certain aspects, but it’s still a pretty fun game! You should definitely check it out if you’re looking for some fun open world gameplay, or a fun story with (mostly) well written characters. 7/10

Kirby’s Dream Land 3 (Completed on 6.6.2020) – I’ve been meaning to play a Kirby game for years already, but I never actually got around it. Thanks to Nintendo Switch Online, I actually managed to play this one. I must confess, I wasn’t very fond of the experience. Levels were very bland, and felt very repetitive. Controls were also very straightforward. If you’re looking for an easy co-op platformer to play with a child, this might work splendidly. 4/10

A Short Hike (Completed on 6.8.2020) – This is definitely my favorite game this month. A Short Hike feels like a mixture between The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Animal Crossing ported to a Nintendo DS. The end result is a charming little game that can be beaten in less than two hours. 9/10

Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (Completed 6.14.2020) – Definitely a big step up from the original. Combat was vastly improved, and the set pieces were even more intense. I don’t think the game had any moment that’s equally iconic to the train sequence. Controls were worked on, and I felt they were less clunky this time around. The final boss fight was a bit of a let down, nevertheless, it was still a great game. 8/10

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Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm (Completed 6.16.2020) – I was honestly surprised by this game. Controls are fairly easy to learn, which makes it a great game for any person to play. The story mode, to my surprise, had a fair amount of activities you could do besides fighting, such as races, chasing characters, and some map exploration. I’d definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a fun fighting game, even if they aren’t a big Naruto fan. 7/10

Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception (Completed 6.20.2020) – Personally, my favorite Uncharted game so far, mostly because of the villains. It’s not that big of an improvement over the second one in terms of gameplay, but still, everything it does works very well! 8/10

Hitman 2 (Completed 6.20.2020) – I had always been intrigued by Hitman games, but never actually played one. Despite being completely unaware of what had been going on in the previous game, I really enjoyed my time with this game. Every map is extremely detailed, with many areas to explore, and weapons to choose from. I definitely recommend this for any stealth lovers out there. 7/10

Resident Evil 5 (Completed 6.29.2020) – Resident Evil is also another franchise I’ve wanted to get into, but never did. I tried playing 4 a long time ago on the Wii, but never got around to finishing it, I also played a bit of the Remake of 2, but I’ve put it on hold for a while. A friend of mine told me we should play this, so we both bought it and played the story mode. I must admit, I was surprised by this game. Co-Op is a blast, despite the story being nonsensical. I definitely recommend this if you’re looking for a fun Co-Op experience. I also think that the Mercenaries mode is pretty fun! 7/10

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That’s everything I’ve played so far! I hope you’ve enjoyed reading these brief reviews. I’m interested in learning about the games you’ve played, this month, or your opinions on these games.


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