Austin Wood


18 games reviewed
74.7 average score
80 median score
60.0% of games recommended
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Sep 26, 2019

Code Vein's lackluster combat is held up by great character customization, and its boring world is driven by a memorable story. It's clunky and uneven, but fun.

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Monster Hunter World: Iceborne is an excellent expansion so large that it almost feels like a sequel. It's a better version of a great game.

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Feb 13, 2019

A first-person survival shooter that's as engrossing as it is unnerving, Metro Exodus tells a powerfully human story in a world that's equal parts style and substance.

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Sep 13, 2018

After a precarious first year, I'm finally enjoying Destiny 2 again. It feels good to have it back.

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Unscored - Shadowverse
Jun 8, 2018

My latest match was textbook CCG fun: I managed to barely scrape by in an unfavorable matchup, only to win at one health on the back of a few lucky top-decks on my end and two weak evolutions from my opponent. In that brief moment, I was over the moon about Shadowverse, and sometimes that's enough.

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Mar 19, 2018

Without Evermore, Ni No Kuni 2 would have been good. Because of it, it's one of the best JRPGs on PC.

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77 / 100 - The Station
Mar 2, 2018

Even stranger than its premise and scarier than it looks, The Station is a short ride to a great ending.

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80 / 100 - Uurnog Uurnlimited
Nov 16, 2017

Wholly unique and deceptively punishing, Uurnog Uurnlimited is as clever as it is creative.

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68 / 100 - Last Day of June
Sep 20, 2017

A joy to view but sometimes a chore to play, Last Day of June delivers a touching story that's worth finishing.

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Jan 26, 2016

Resident Evil Zero HD is Resident Evil Zero in a prettier dress. I hope that's what you wanted to hear going into this review, because if not, I suggest you swiftly move on. I thought I spoke Resident Evil, but revisiting Zero 14 years after the fact feels like reading cuneiform. The only way I can possibly imagine enjoying the game is viewing it through glasses so thickly rose-tinted that any bit of nostalgia bait would seem a hidden gem. And in those circumstances I'd sooner recommend playing a dated game that's actually fun.

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