Cameron Woolsey


42 games reviewed
64.3 average score
70 median score
35.7% of games recommended
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Aug 28, 2019

Mable & The Wood comes with an interesting take on combat, but shoddy controls, bugs, and odd storytelling prevent it from being an enjoyable journey through the game's cursed kingdom.

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Aug 5, 2019

Moments of stealth-flavored enjoyment in The Blackout Club are often overshadowed by the game's unpolished state, with bugs and repetition robbing the game's mysteries with growing frustration.

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7 / 10 - Blazing Chrome
Jul 11, 2019

A frantic co-op shooter in the same vein as Contra, Blazing Chrome is an electrified, 16-bit inspired run-and-gun game that will keep your trigger finger numb and your profanities loud.

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Jun 20, 2019

Despite some minor bruising, My Friend Pedro is a perfect blend of synth music, blood, action, and slow-motion thrills. Stop worrying; bullet time is cool again.

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May 24, 2019

Layers of Fear 2 excels as a horror game and a mystery story, with excellent worldbuilding and plenty of creepy moments throughout

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May 2, 2019

Yakuza Kiwami 2 doesn't hit all the notes of its predecessor, but it's still a gorgeous re-imagining of one of Sega's finest action games.

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Feb 11, 2019

Yakuza Kiwami is a brilliant, beautiful, and brutal remake of one of Sega's finest action RPGs, now available on PC with a host of graphical options.

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While control issues still hamper Onimusha: Warlords Remastered, the game looks and runs better than ever, and the hard-hitting combat keep it fun and exciting throughout.

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Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse returns the series to its former glory with excellent storytelling and characters.

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Sep 17, 2015

World of Warships does have a few small hitches, but they're easily manageable. Ultimately, the excitement that comes from commanding powerful ships during explosive battles on the high seas overshadows these faults. The thrills that await, along with the promise of unlocking advanced ships down the road, make World of Warships an enticing expedition into the sometimes turbulent waters of free-to-play games.

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