Louise Blain


14 games reviewed
77.9 average score
80 median score
71.4% of games recommended
Scores 2.2 higher than average

Writes for:
Are you Louise Blain? If so, email [email protected] to claim this critic page.
Sort by: Page 1 of 1
GamesRadar+
Louise Blain

As beautiful as it is deadly, Origins' Egyptian playground is finally everything you wanted the Creed to be.

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain

It's gorgeous, and a clear labour of love, but the controls might drive you, err, N.Sane

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain
Apr 24, 2017

Horrific in completely the wrong way, Outlast 2 is a night-vision journey into frustration. An intriguing story just can't save the infuriating misery that awaits.

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain
Feb 13, 2017

Huge levels and an incredible array of new ways to take down your targets make Sniper Elite 4 a killer addition to the stealthy series

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain
Feb 1, 2017

Sew-tably adorable, Yoshi's delightful platforming makes a charmingly inventive addition to the 3DS line up.

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain
Oct 18, 2016

Skylanders Imaginators is rich with customisation options, and a genuine sense of fun makes this a brilliant addition to the series.

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain
Oct 6, 2016

London Heist is the clear winner experience-wise and there’s terrifying joys to be found underwater in Ocean Descent, but it’s a shame that there’s not more to shout about in this uneven collection.

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain

Horrifically brilliant, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood is simultaneously what you want and don’t want VR horror to be. A blood-drenched fairground ride of cackling delight. Step right up.

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain
Oct 5, 2016

A brilliant slice of Bat action that lets you make the most of being the World’s Greatest Detective. Don the cowl. It’s worth every penny...

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain
Feb 8, 2016

Unravel's appeal goes far beyond pretty levels. Beautiful, poignant and with an iron grip on your heart, Yarny manages to effortlessly deliver a wonderful platformer and a bittersweet message.

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain

Victorian London is the star of the show here, and although some old gameplay problems linger, it hasn't been this much fun to wield the hidden blade in years.

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain
Aug 24, 2015

As cheesy horror goes, you've never had it this pretty or entertaining but when it comes to a one off experience, Until Dawn is expensive interactive terror.

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain
Nov 16, 2014

Beautiful, creative and filled with knitted joy, LittleBigPlanet 3 does however disappoint in its Adventure mode's comparatively sparse content. Nonetheless, it hands over an impressive array of exceptional design tools for budding creators.

Read full review

GamesRadar+
Louise Blain
Nov 10, 2014

Unity manages to push the series forward enough to make this truly great, it's only sad that a few left over hiccups have carried over from the previous generation. Traditional Creed problems aside, this manages to be an unrivalled murderous sandbox and Paris hands over a visually impressive blood drenched historical playground.

Read full review

Page 1 of 1