Reviews by Laputa677


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Laputa677 | Dec. 8, 2014 | Review of To The Moon Steam - PC

I'm gonna come straight out and say it - I cried when I played this. A lot. Now, this game is far from the most exciting ever made, but what it lacks in excitement and interactivity, it more than makes up for in it's storytelling prowess. It is so dependant upon it's storyline that I, unfortunately, can't say much about it without spoiling it, but let me assure, between it's well-done art style, it's captivating soundtrack (Easily one of the best in recent gaming history, if not ever) and it's extraordinary storytelling capabilities, I can guarantee that you aren't going to regret buying this. Essential



Laputa677 | July 19, 2014 | Review of The Elder Scrolls III Morrowind Game of The Year Edition - PC There aren't many words out there that can properly express the love I have for this game, but I feel like I have to say something about this. The atmosphere and enviroments are the greatest I've ever seen in a game, the music is stunning and fits perfectly into the game. Yes, it has a few flaws, such as the slow intro and the mind-numbingly boring NPCs, but trust me when I say that if you're willing to perservere with the game for a few hours, then you'll fall in love with it very quickly. And as for the NPCs, you get some really cool NPCs with the LGNPC mod. Trust me, it's worth downloading Speaking of which, there's mods for this. Lots. A huge amount, in fact. Bugs and glitches bothering you? There's a patch for that. Want to explore new places and take up new quests? There's a mod for that. Feel like the game looks dated? There's a mod for that. The game was already long in vanilla, but with all the mods out there to improve the game's experience it's safe to assume that you'll probably never run out of things to do in Morrowind. Simply put, it's an RPG masterpiece, and anyone with a passing interest in RPGs needs to play this game