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WILDskf

Casual Gamer

Hello! My name is Summer! I love platformer and action games for kids (especially Pokemon and Ratchet &Clank!) and do my gaming on PC, Playstation, and Nintendo consoles.

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WILDskf is playing Enter the Gungeon

7 days ago

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WILDskf created a list

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10 Games I Really Like But Really Suck At (10 games)

You ever have that game that you just love playing, but the problem is.... you can't ever make a lot of progress in it because you SUCK at said game? Here are some games that I love to play but my skills are laughable in. I'm not including RPG or Adventure games, because with a bit of grinding and puzzle-solving those can typically be completed. But these? -don't bet your life on it! (see a theme here?)

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WILDskf is playing Pokémon Sun/Moon

3 months ago

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WILDskf played and rated Starforge 0.5/5

3 months ago

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3 months ago

WILDskf said:

Game has been stuck in early-access-hell for the past FOREVER with no updates since its release and it plays like garbage. DO NOT BUY THIS GAME!

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WILDskf is playing Trove

3 months ago

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WILDskf played and rated Pac-in-Time 1.0/5

6 months ago

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6 months ago

WILDskf said:

Garbage. Not only does it COMPLETELY have nothing to do with the Pac-Man lore or any game mechanics that made Pac-Man great, but it does it all poorly.... from the unresponsive controls, literally one-track soundtrack, complete lack of creative level designs, to the sorry excuse of a storyline. There is no reason to play this game.

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WILDskf played and rated Dragon Warrior Monsters 3.5/5

6 months ago

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WILDskf played and rated Fortune Street 3.5/5

6 months ago

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6 months ago

WILDskf said:

Fortune Street was originally designed to be the ‘Mario Party’ for the hugely popular Dragon Quest series in Japan. Dragon Quest, while gaining popularity, still hasn’t become quite as popular in the U.S. so this is the first ‘Fortune Street’ title to be released (also called ‘Boom Street’ in the UK) Included in this version of Fortune Street are the Mario characters and inspired boards! This boardgame styled adventure plays a lot like the board-game Monopoly where you buy property, expand them, and collect money from other players if they land on them… but there are a few added elements that make Fortune Street unique, such as buying and selling stocks, earning promotions, and random events to spice up the gameplay. There are only a few chance-based minigames. Each board has a unique layout and some unique spaces, such as warp pipes in the Mario levels, and guest appearances by Healslime and Goodie Bag from Dragon Quest. The game is fun to play with friends (and can be a real test of your friendship!) but the gameplay and single-player mode is a little repetitive. Roll the dice, land on a space, lose money or earn money. A nice alternative party title for the Wii if you prefer a little more strategy than most others.

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WILDskf played and rated Sonic Lost World 2.5/5

6 months ago

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6 months ago

WILDskf said:

Sonic has had some really bad luck with game development in the last few years, but Sonic Lost World (aside from being almost a clone of Super Mario Galaxy) is one of the better Sonic titles to be released in recent years. Sonic and Tails are chasing Dr. Robotnik to free their captured animal friends when they stumble across a world hidden in the clouds; Robotnik has enlisted the help of the hidden world’s demons to stop Sonic, but loses control of them- suddenly, they are using Robotnik’s doomsday machine to suck all the life out of the planet. Sonic Lost World is a platformer that utilizes gravity effects and Sonic’s super-speed to defeat enemies and get through levels. Each level has collectibles you can find, and there are power-ups Sonic can uses from the Sonic Colors series. In order to progress in the game, Sonic must rescue a certain number of animals from each level; these can be found by destroying enemy robots or opening capsule cages. At the end of each ‘world’ Sonic fights one of the world’s demons to progress to the next world. The worlds are a little choppy, not as smooth as in Super Mario Galaxy, but the cutscenes are okay even if they are filled with some cringe-y dialogue. My biggest complaints are the frame rate and the controls. I played the game on PC so I don’t know if console has the same problem, but trying to move Sonic- super sensitive!- just tilting the joystick a little will make him go flying in the other directions, and this issue ties in with the next- the frame rate on PC would drop any time I tried to run in his ‘speedy’ mode, so the entire game feels like it runs in slow motion. This makes your action input super delayed. I had to see and react to obstacles before Sonic even got to them! If you’re a big Sonic fan, or like platformers, I would invest in this on one of the console versions. Don’t bother with the PC port unless you’ve got an excellent processor. It is just laggy and frustrating.

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WILDskf played and rated Saint Seiya: Soldiers’ Soul 3.0/5

6 months ago

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6 months ago

WILDskf said:

Saint Seiya (or Knights of the Zodiac) is your typical fighting shounen anime: bunch of superpowered teens duking it out to save the world from evil. What separates the series out from most shounen anime is the art style (notably older than, say, Naruto or Bleach) and all the fancy armor, or Cloths. Honestly, Saint Seiya doesn’t deliver anything new to the fighting anime genre. If you’ve played one, you’ve played this one: a limited moveset that encourages you to use ‘ultimate attacks’ in a 3D arena playing all the hypothetical battles that never happened in the anime or manga. The roster is pretty large, but does not include any member from the Saint Seiya Omega or Saint Seiya The Lost Canvas series; the story-mode and characters cover the Sanctuary, Hades, Asgard, and Poseidon arcs. If you are a Saint Seiya fan, then this anime fighter is worth purchasing, but if you aren’t, I’d make it a rental at best.