Liam Croft


175 games reviewed
62.1 average score
60 median score
36.6% of games recommended
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Sep 24, 2020

You'll be hard-pressed to find a remake more faithful than Mafia: Definitive Edition. It pays a great deal of respect to the source text with excellent cutscene direction, voice acting, and a cast of characters you can't help but fall in love with. The game definitely shows its age with frustrating controls and vehicle handling, but the next story beat is enough of an excuse to continue pressing forward. Mafia: Definitive Edition's narrative and everything that comes with it holds up to this day, and it's one worth revisiting even if you know it like the back of your hand.

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Sep 7, 2020

Marvel's Avengers' least advertised aspect turns out to be its greatest asset, and it's exactly what hardcore fans were craving the most. The story and everything that comes with it is a real highlight, allowing the exceptional Kamala Khan to take the lead and bring with her enjoyable combat systems and fun parkour. The shocking framerate, along with bugs and glitches, should be fixed in the near future, but it's what the game has you do after the credits roll that quickly becomes its biggest downfall. Marvel's Avengers has a single player campaign that thoroughly excites, surprises, and delights. What follows brings it crashing back down to Earth.

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Aug 31, 2020

Despite not doing anything new, The Last Campfire is a lovely palate cleanser in between the bigger games this year.

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Aug 18, 2020

The star of the Manifold Garden show is far and away its presentation, and witnessing it in motion is worth the asking price alone. It's just a shame the puzzles themselves can't quite hit those same levels of spectacularity.

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Aug 10, 2020

How Fast & Furious Crossroads wound up as a full-price release will forever remain a mystery. It is lacking in every department possible, from shallow and repetitive gameplay through to abysmal visuals that belong on the previous generation of consoles. Not even the most committed Fast & Furious fans should subject themselves to this monstrosity. That is unless you want to have a good laugh alongside Vin Diesel.

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Aug 6, 2020

Fall Guys is the Battle Royale game for those who don't like Battle Royale games. This is enjoyment and positivity in its purest form with a long list of events that are primed to put a smile across your face, no matter whether you're playing alone or with friends. Your family will catch you chuckling, your buddies won't forget that time you cried with laughter, and you'll do it all over again because there's nothing else like it. Fall Guys is just the best.

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5 / 10 - Skully
Aug 4, 2020

The younger generation is sure to extract some enjoyment out of Skully, but it proves all too basic for those getting on in their years.

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5 / 10 - Maid of Sker
Jul 28, 2020

Maid of Sker may be this developer's best attempt at horror yet, but it still falls short of something actually worth playing.

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5 / 10 - Rocket Arena
Jul 17, 2020

Despite the handful of enjoyable hours Rocket Arena has to offer, it's not an investment worth considering.

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Jun 9, 2020

This is all topped off by some beautiful visuals. Pixel art is used to full effect with gorgeous, colourful scenery that is just begging you to stop and admire your surroundings. Combine that with an entertaining narrative and fun puzzling and you've got a title which pleases in all the right places.

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