Vince "Moesha" Massa


17 games reviewed
81.4 average score
85 median score
58.8% of games recommended
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9 / 10.0 - Overwatch
May 30, 2016

So what I have found while playing Overwatch is that once again Blizzard is still going about game development like they have before. The game is incredibly polished with a unique set of heroes that are evenly counter balanced.

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7 / 10.0 - Just Cause 3
Dec 16, 2015

Even with the long load times, annoying pop up messages from the ranking server login, having to play challenges to level up or even wondering why I am trying to free a country that from all appearances does not need to be freed, Just Cause 3 keeps compelling me to log in and play. Maybe it's the ability grapple onto enemy vehicles, toss the driver out like a wet dishrag and then drive it into a fuel depot.

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9 / 10.0 - Fallout 4
Nov 9, 2015

There appears to be enough going on in the great Boston commonwealth to keep players questing and exploring for quite a while to come.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Elite: Dangerous
Nov 4, 2015

Even though there is currently a high learning curve and players need to do a little research on their own to get the most out of this galactic sandbox, Frontier Developments has so far demonstrated that they deliver on their promises. Compare that to the 'other' space sim Kickstarter that everyone has been talking about and I think the choice for your next space sim is an easy one to make I would strongly suggest if you are looking for a bit of challenge and want to get sucked into a deep, rewarding game that promises to only get bigger, pick up your Xbox One controller and give Elite: Dangerous a try. I think you will be pleasantly surprised.

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Sep 8, 2015

Gameplay wise, younger gamers should be in love right out of the gate regardless which version you opt for. Just be prepared to plot your path through stores more carefully if you want to pace how rapidly you add on new figures. Older gamers will also enjoy the game for a time, but will most likely move onto other titles once they have completed the play set scenarios. Still, the appeal of taking control of a young Yoda wielding a lightsaber, bouncing around the screen, slicing battle droids to shreds is appealing to any age.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Grand Theft Auto V
Apr 27, 2015

So, Grand Theft Auto V finally is available for the PC and thankfully Rockstar took the time to do it right. Taking the additional time to ensure that the game runs smoothly, beautiful and fast should make players accept the large amount of time it took for it to be released.

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7 / 10.0 - Evolve
Feb 26, 2015

Yes, Turtle Rock has a proven track record with Left 4 Dead, and I do enjoy a good player vs. player game every so often, what I can't quite decide on is if Evolve is going to live up to its heritage and grow on people enough to still be relevant in a few months or if it will succumb to the Titanfall effect: Hot out of the gate, but assuming room temperature not long afterwards. My head hurts.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Dying Light
Feb 9, 2015

Dying Light is an interesting mix of standard, now over used gameplay features but with a (mostly) well-implemented parkour slant.

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5.5 / 10.0 - The Crew
Jan 2, 2015

The Crew is not a bad game but one targeted at a very specific group of gamers. Not quite the pure race and unlock gameplay offered by other car titles and not enough of the usual trappings us twisted MMO fans look for to find a long term home on my hard drive. In short, it's a fun distraction for the short term but unless this is the kind of meal you'd like to eat three times a day for the next twenty five years, you are going to find yourself not quite sated by what The Crew has to offer.

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Nov 17, 2014

For people looking to get lost in a detailed world brimming with political intrigue, warring factions, tough choices that affect the story and gobs of replayability that will last you well beyond Fall and into the new year, Dragon Age Inquisition is a must buy.

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