James Marshall


48 games reviewed
69.8 average score
70 median score
45.8% of games recommended
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10 / 10.0 - Rayman Legends
Mar 18, 2014

Yes it's available on nearly every other platform but that means that everyone can experience the expert level design, constant surprise and cheerful glee that is Rayman Legends.

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Maybe it's the graphics, the outstanding soundtrack or just the charm that calls you back time after time. A Realm Reborn has been born anew and it remains one of the best MMOs on the market.

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Jan 13, 2015

The Talos Principle will make you feel confounded but in that wonderful way that precludes an epiphany. You'll leave each session feeling genuinely smarter - and perhaps a little rebellious to boot.

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9 / 10.0 - Guitar Hero Live
Nov 18, 2015

A bold experiment that pays off, Guitar Hero Live moves in a new direction that's vibrant, exciting and contemporary.

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9 / 10.0 - Doom
Aug 10, 2016

Exactly the right amount of old and new, DOOM is an adrenaline rush that borders on overwhelming in the best possible way.

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Aug 10, 2015

An unforgettable experience, Rapture deserves to be played by anyone with a fondness for stories.

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9 / 10.0 - INSIDE
Aug 17, 2016

Dark, sombre and thoughtful, Inside is a brief experience that's satisfying in the questions it creates.

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Jan 23, 2017

Short but oh-so-sweetly sick, Resident Evil 7 rewrites the series formula to nerve-shredding success, with PSVR integration only adding to the immersion.

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8 / 10.0 - Dying Light
Feb 17, 2015

Techland used to elicit a groan, an expectation of being underwhelmed. The game more than redeems their reputation and is a great step in the right direction. There are new ideas that emerge from the old and it is this attitude could spell greatness for the studio. Like your character, all they need to do is keep moving forward.

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Nov 10, 2014

In doing this, Unity is not the huge leap forward that a next-gen Assassin's Creed promised it would be - rather it's a familiar adventure dressed in exceptional decoration. The artistry to be found in Paris far outweighs the by-the-numbers story. In essence it's more Assassin's Creed, then - that will tell you all you need to know if you're mulling over a purchase. Perhaps this is why this Assassin's Creed feels as though, like its time-spanning storyline, it has one foot in the future and one in the past.

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