Derrick Sanskrit


22 games reviewed
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Unscored - Headlander
Jul 25, 2016

Headlander’s vibrant sci-fi trappings can’t make up for dim execution

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Jun 22, 2016

There’s a mystery to be solved and adventure to be had, sure, but that’s standard operating procedure for fantasy games like this. Where Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE stands out is in its approach to modernity.

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Jun 15, 2016

For a game about running fast, Mirror's Edge Catalyst sure is slow

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Mar 15, 2016

A welcoming sportsmanship sets Pokkén Tournament apart

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Unscored - Firewatch
Feb 8, 2016

Firewatch sees relationships rise from the ashes of loss

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Oct 20, 2015

Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash tries to clean up the series but just makes a mess

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Unscored - Rock Band 4
Oct 6, 2015

Without an ounce of real musical talent required, Rock Band helped people feel like real-life superstars in the comfort of their own homes. Rock Band 4 takes that feeling and makes it personal. It's no longer just about being a rock star but finding the rock star in you.

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Sep 9, 2015

As both a user experience and dream fulfillment, Super Mario Maker is far from perfect, but it is still hugely charming and packs a copious helping of fan service for longtime Mario aficionados. Its greatest accomplishment, though, is showing how such a simple collection of toys can be used in so many different ways. With an active and passionate community, Super Mario Maker could very well be the last Mario game we ever need.

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Unscored - Galak-Z
Aug 12, 2015

Like the cartoons that inspired it, there are big ideas displayed within Galak-Z, ideas that are exciting and worthy of deeper exploration. Also like those cartoons, the resulting product feels rushed and indistinct.

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Unscored - Splatoon
May 28, 2015

[F]or now, it's clear that Nintendo has succeeded in crafting a new, idiosyncratic take on the modern shooter. The bright colors, peppy music, and short bursts of action make it fun and easy to keep coming back. It's the sort of no-brainer we should have been playing for a long time now, and just like getting those hard and soft taco shells in the same box, it's sure to be a crowd pleaser.

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