Seven Days

Seven Days

So… Seven Days, or Seven Days With You: The Most Precious Memory in Our Lives… sigh … It’s all too bittersweet…

A friend of Shuuichi’s gives him a cursed Blu-ray disc and asks him to watch it and see if it’s actually cursed. Well, as it turns out, an evil girl ghost comes out and tries to possess him, only to be exorcised by his childhood friend Murasaki. It’s then that the ghost turns into a normal looking girl named Chiyako, who in turn reveals that she had died and that there are souls of six other girls in her who had also previously died. But a ghost can only remain in the mortal realm for 49 days, give or take a few. So it’s decided that these seven girls will divide the time they have left between themselves, leaving everyone a week to do what they want with the small bit of life that was left to them before they disappear for good.

Real player with 48.0 hrs in game

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A mysterious adventure well-worth embarking on.


Seven Days tells the tale of Shuuichi Kanzaki, a young man who, thanks to his rather peculiarly resourceful classmate, Masaru Kinokuniya, stumbles upon a cursed video. The man of reason he sees himself as, Shuuichi takes his friend’s “dare” and decides to watch the video, only to realize shortly later, to his own bewilderment, that he was not quite exactly being bamboozled. Out spawns a creature from an otherworldly plane of existence and assaults the protagonist. The bleak situation comes into speculative resolve by a Shinto priestess, and his good childhood friend, Murasaki Sairenji, as she attempts to exorcise the begrudged spirit, the result of which is far from the expected one. Both Shuuichi and Murasaki have to deal with a body which, although now bereft of former hostility, still serves as a vessel to souls of seven girls whose lives ended far too prematurely and who as such harbour profound grievances against the world that has abandoned them. Will Shuuichi be able to grant them their postmortem wishes and the ends they desire?

Real player with 45.4 hrs in game

Seven Days on Steam



TL;DR: Needs balancing, would be a lot bigger if Bandai didn’t mess up release and basically refuse to listen to customers. Not even worth $30 in my opinion

On launch, a very large portion of the people who had bougth this game could not play.

Bandai released this game in the U.S after already being released in japan a full two months ahead of time.

Why does this matter? It matters because in those two months of being released in Japan you would think that they would have been able to do away with a couple of things.

Real player with 56.8 hrs in game

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My Hero One’s Justice is a decent game with simple mechanics and flashy combat.

Performance wise I’ve run into a few freezes which take a little while to blow over. However, I could never really determine the cause of these freezes since they’ve each happened at different times. Otherwise the game performs fine.

Graphically, this game is decent. Nothing about these visuals is insanely impressive and nothing about them really screams awful either. At most they’re average and that’s it. The main reason I was disappointed in its visuals is because the original reveal trailer, while it was CGI, seemed like acheivable visuals for the base game. As unrealistic as it was for me to assume that, the game’s visuals itself aren’t up to par with that trailer which is unfortunate.

Real player with 40.6 hrs in game


A House of Thieves

A House of Thieves

Its got potential, you could add some more things like more AI. Different multiplayer houses, this game is pretty good. You could make it a little scary like adding scarier music and more of a not cartoon vibe. its scary at some parts but yeah this game is n i c e

Real player with 32.0 hrs in game

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Its pretty good but how do i play public co op

Real player with 13.8 hrs in game

A House of Thieves on Steam

Ruthless Water

Ruthless Water

Was a kawaii chatroom, changed to parkour overnight. ┌╏ º □ º ╏┐

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

1. This game’s thumbnail is clickbait

2. optimization is doodoo fart

3. Slender man can walk through walls

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Ruthless Water on Steam

RAID: World War II

RAID: World War II



WHAT TO EXPECT: Payday meets World War 2. Solo and coop stealth or combat gameplay. Objective oriented maps. Immersive WW2 atmosphere. Authetic looking setting and locations. Steam inventory mission cards. Good range of maps, weapons and playable characters. Good character customization. Very good writing and voiceovers. Minor base and cosmetic upgrades. Average AI. Fairly balanced gameplay. More enemy types would have been nice. An almost dead community. Long endgame grind. Very limited healing mechanics. Needs good players for hardest difficulty.

Real player with 867.0 hrs in game

First off all: I did not buy this game, but I won it during a giveaway on a stream where people were playing it. I’ve had it for quite some time, but I only decided to pick it up recently. In hindsight I should’ve played it right away when the game was still actively being developed, but unfortunately I can’t change the past. Or fortunately? I don’t know. They tend to mess things up in the movies. Anyway, time for the actual review.

RAID: World War II is one of those games you go in with low expectations: bad overall reviews and a low active player count. But the game actually surprised me. Sure, it’s nowhere near perfect, but there is potential. The biggest issue however is this player count. It’s designed to be a co-operative game, but you’re lucky to find even a single lobby to play in. Your chances are slightly higher when you think the “normal” difficulty is acceptable, but you’re usually out of luck despite the recent influx of players. I’m afraid that even if the developers would unexpectedly fix many of the issues the game has, it still wouldn’t get the players it so desperately needs. It is very much playable when you’re alone, but more on that later.

Real player with 472.1 hrs in game

RAID: World War II on Steam

Call of Duty®: WWII

Call of Duty®: WWII

Overall Score: 7.5 / 10

This rating is based on the single-player experience only!

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| Quality | 8/10 | Generic, but solid mainstream game |

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Real player with 10563.5 hrs in game

Definitely not worth full retail price.


  • Campaign levels are incredibly short. 60 minutes and I had already completed 5 stages on hardened

  • Enemies are all deadshot, even behind cover at any difficulty (difficulty only changes the rate at which they shoot you with 100% accuracy). Hell, they are even accurate when blindfiring from cover.

  • Because of how accurate enemies are at any range with any weapons, mounted weapons are really fustrating to use, especially madatory mounted weapon sections where you absolutely can’t dismount the weapon you are forced to use. There’s no cover, and you can’t take cover . Worse still, the gun requires a somewhat lengthy reload after just 50 bullets (some uses a cooldown system).

Real player with 31.9 hrs in game

Call of Duty®: WWII on Steam