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McKinley Noble


Favorite Games:
  • Grandia
  • Pokemon
  • Super Street Fighter II Turbo

5 games reviewed
61.0 average score
67 median score
20.0% of games recommended

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McKinley Noble's Reviews

McKinley Noble writes words, edits data, talks tech, watches fights, and lives in San Francisco.
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35 / 100 - Crimson Dragon
Nov 17, 2013

If Crimson Dragon had been released for iOS or Android devices at a cheaper price, it would be one of the year's more interesting releases. Instead, the final product is a rushed, homogenized mess of a game that fails to live up to its loosely associated pedigree.

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80 / 100 - Killer Instinct
Nov 17, 2013

Killer Instinct is a budget-priced title that looks better than most next-generation projects we've seen so far. Once the rest of the add-ons are actually finished, this could even be one of the best titles in fighting games.

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65 / 100 - Resogun
Nov 12, 2013

Resogun does everything it promises, and not a a bit more. It has gorgeous graphics and solid skill-based gameplay, with valuable online co-op support and just enough content to keep things interesting for a while.

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55 / 100 - Contrast
Nov 12, 2013

PC owners get the raw end of the deal on Contrast, which goes for 15 bucks on Steam right now. It's really only worthwhile for PlayStation Plus members getting it as a free download, especially since it doesn't even feel like it was finished on time.

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70 / 100 - Knack
Nov 12, 2013

Knack isn't going into the PlayStation 4 launch with a ridiculous amount of hype, but the end product seems like it'll be one of the better original titles to come out of the system's early exclusives. It hits enough checkboxes to warrant a look, but that $60 price should call for some thought before you buy in.

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