19 reviews liked by Kageyura

I charged towards the Mongols on horseback, leapt in the air off my Digital Deluxe horse, attacked the first guy I saw in the middle of a group while airborne, the attack button turned into the assassination prompt as I pressed it, an uncle flashback replayed and called me a coward that strikes from the shadows.

Personal campaign : Paladin Oath of Vengeance - Shadowheart, Gale (Made him use the orb twice), Sir Fuzzalump
Hours Played : 50


Gameplay : Tic Tac Toe

Plot : None

Lore : Marvel + Medieval Fantasy ChatGPT

OST : Down The River
Down The River - Instrumental
Down The River - Summer Mix Compilation

Score : GOTY 🔥

if i could rate this in negatives id give this minus 5

riot games: send in your elite squad (architector albin and sound designer skander) to make this game instead of nerfing 漂泊者 MALPHITE 召唤者的裂痕 ONE SHOT FULL ARMOR 微星 PATCH ggez


This film is chinese kaimsa shitting his guts after three days of e-sex

God of War: Ragnarok is an absolute triumph of game design and storytelling. It is a work of art that showcases the very best of what the video game medium can achieve.

From the moment you start playing, you're drawn into a world of breathtaking visuals and an immersive soundscape that transports you to the realm of Norse mythology. Every detail, from the intricate character models to the stunning landscapes, is crafted with meticulous attention to detail.

The gameplay is a masterclass in balance and pacing. It's a perfect blend of intense, visceral combat and thought-provoking exploration, with puzzles that are challenging but never frustrating. The combat system is a work of art in its own right, with each move and counter feeling weighty and satisfying.

But what truly sets God of War: Ragnarok apart is its storytelling. It is a tour de force of character development, with every character feeling like a fully realized individual with their own motivations and flaws. The story is epic in scope, but grounded in human emotion, and the relationships between the characters are complex and nuanced.

Kratos, the game's protagonist, is a character who has been with us for over a decade, and yet he feels as fresh and compelling as ever. He has evolved and grown in ways that feel natural and earned, and his interactions with his son, Atreus, are some of the most emotionally resonant moments in gaming history.

In short, God of War: Ragnarok is a masterpiece. It is a game that will stay with you long after the credits roll, and one that will be remembered as a defining moment in the history of the medium. It is a work of art that demands to be experienced.

I will subject the human species to an unprecedented level of suffering

1 list liked by Kageyura