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Baboy: Infos, Tops & Reviews

  • BaboySend a message to Baboy
  • Member since 07/30/2013
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  • Been a PC player since the age of 3 or so, loving especially the old-school FPS games like Doom, Heretic, and later on Quake, Duke Nukem 3D, and so on. Also had a soft spot for RTS games and racing. Throughout the years, I owned a PS1, PS2, a GBA and a Nintendo DS, but generally I was always into PC gaming, though not always I had the finest PCs to play with, I still managed to find great things to enjoy. In 2009, I bought myself an Xbox 360, which since became my go-to gaming console, since unfortunately a lot of great console games aren't coming out on PC, and made myself a nice set of friends and habits on the Microsoft console. I currently own, besides what I already mentioned, a PS3 as well and currently a fairly competitive PC, just so I don't have to miss out on pretty much any relevant game right now ;)


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  • Year of Birth:1990
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Baboy's Reviews

Brothers: A Tale of Two SonsStarbreeze Studios (2013)

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

Review written Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 at 02:45 pm.


One of the finest examples of the endless "games are art" argument. With limited storyline and no comprehensible dialog, it all comes down to the emotions, which this game brings in an amazing amount. It's the story of two brothers having to find a cure for their sick dad, and they end up in a rollercoaster of events and emotions that is unlike any other. The gameplay is novel, and while at times it can be a little bit tricky, it never becomes frustrating and is always fun. The art style and little details are fabulous, and while the game doesn't offer much to do once you played through it once, it's an experierence, one not to miss.

Review written Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 at 01:24 pm.


A fun game that can be easy but also controller-wreckingly hard. The sync between gameplay and music is a great idea, and it makes the fairly old runner concept (not talking about the saga but the other similar games) work more interestingly. Tons of content - collectionists beware.

Beautiful KatamariNow Production (2007)

Beautiful Katamari

Review written Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 at 01:19 pm.


A ridiculous game, but in the most positive meaning possible. The main gameplay idea, a katamari (some sort of a sticky ball) becoming bigger and bigger by "eating" tiny objects, then small animals, then people, then cars, then buildings, then whole cities, then the planet and, ultimately, the universe... it's just bonkers. But it's fun, and while it gets repetitive on the long-run, it's unlike any other game around (except other Katamari games I guess - but I haven't played those).

AsteroidsAtari (1979)


Review written Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 at 01:11 pm.


Everyone played this one way or another. A surprisingly deep and polished gameplay for the days, it's still enjoyable as of today. Great concept that inspired a lot more to come.

American McGee's AliceRogue Entertainment (2000)

American McGee's Alice

Review written Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 at 01:06 pm.


Not unlike the sequel, this game is extremely dark, twisted, and its sheer uniqueness and creepiness is enough to overlook the fact the gameplay gets a bit clunky at times. A unique experience that should be tried though.

The Adventures of Captain Comic_Individual Developer (1988)

The Adventures of Captain Comic

Review written Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 at 12:59 pm.


Wow, I can't believe I've found this game. To be honest I didn't even remember its name. I had this when I was a kid, and I always had a love-hate relationship with it: I wanted to go on with it, but it was so weird and not particularly polished - but technically and gameplay-wise. It was somewhat unique and charming, unlike anything I played back then, but at the end of the day it's not really good, definitely doesn't hold the comparison with other platformers released back in the day. Only nostalgia values here.

Review written Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 at 12:53 pm.


One of the finest bullet hell shooters, easily up there with the best Touhou games and DeathSmiles. The usual harsh yet tight gameplay you'd expect from a Cave shooter, this one features one of the deepest gameplays in the genre, along with an incredible amount of unlockables, extra challenges and more that boost the game's lenght to heights no other comparable games reach probably. Also, the art style, thanks to brilliant drawings and powerfully awesome music really makes this gem shine even more, unlike the previous chapter of the saga which was a bit disappointing in the looks. It's a Japan-only release but it's region free, so if you're interested in bullet hell games, this is easily the most complete package - and one of the best

3 on 3 NHL ArcadeEA Canada (2009)

3 on 3 NHL Arcade

Review written Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 at 12:46 pm.


A fun little arcade hockey game. It's basically the Mario Kart equivalent of NHL, given that it's fast-paced, fun, and filled with ridicolous power-ups. There is not an insane amount of content here, plus gameplay can get old pretty fast, but given its low price of admission you can't really go wrong with it. Also, it's an easy set of achievements if that's your thing.

Injustice: Gods Among UsNetherRealm Studios (2013)

Injustice: Gods Among Us

Review written Saturday, September 21st, 2013 at 09:42 pm.


Tons of content, plenty of characters, a good storyline with well-done cutscenes, and a very tight and balanced gameplay overall. Perhaps some of the scenery you can use is a tiny bit too strong, but we can live with that. It takes the brilliant formula of the Mortal Kombat games and improves on it in many aspects, plus adding into the mix tons of awesome DC Comics characters, in many different looks and styles nonetheless. One of the best, if not the best, fighting games around.

Grand Theft Auto VRockstar North (2013)

Grand Theft Auto V

Review written Saturday, September 21st, 2013 at 09:40 pm.


The best GTA ever, and one of the finest achievements in gaming history. Great storyline, varied and fun missions, amazing graphics, incredibly huge and fun-filled world, everything's refined from shooting to driving to general exploring. It basically takes the best aspects of every Rockstar game and makes one huge insanely amazing game. It is not perfect, as it has a few tiny technical hiccups, and some of the extra activities are not that fun. But no game ever created something this big and ambitious while succeeding. A fantastic achievement in the gaming industry, that makes every other GTA look bad in comparison. Bravo Rockstar. EDIT: I decided to bump this down to 9 because of the (later released) multiplayer which is way too glitchy

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