Matt Gerardi


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Unscored - Gorogoa
Jan 15, 2019

There’s a rare, beautiful harmony between how you play Gorogoa, how it tells its story, and the lesson it seems to be imparting.

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Jan 15, 2019

Despite being the product of some obvious pre-existing parts—Dragon Ball’s anime flair, Marvel Vs. Capcom’s frantic tag-team melees, and the skeleton of previous Arc System Works games—it comes together into what’s easily the best Dragon Ball game made in the series’ 32 years of existence and a great fighting game that’s as thrilling to watch as it is to play.

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Unscored - Celeste
Jan 15, 2019

Even without embracing that duality, Celeste would be an exceptionally well-made platformer worthy of sitting alongside its titanic peers, but by caring to find the right amount of warmth to balance its barbs, it ends up standing up and taking a step ahead.

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Unscored - God of War
Jan 15, 2019

This is the first time in years it’s felt like one of these unfathomably expensive blockbusters is putting its weight into moving that field in a different direction rather than riffing on one of its standardized formulas, and it’s every bit as jolting as that Hydra fight was 13 years ago.

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Jan 15, 2019

Bloodstained: Curse Of The Moon is a brilliant ode to one of Castlevania’s best

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Unscored - WarioWare Gold
Jan 15, 2019

With the way Gold brings 15 years of WarioWare together and slathers them in new layers of weird, manic energy, it serves as a much-needed salute to this underrated, often genius series. More than that, it’s a fitting testament to the last 15 years of daring ideas and handheld consoles from Nintendo, an era that’s possibly coming to a close.

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Unscored - Sonic Mania
Aug 15, 2017

The '90s are alive and better than ever in Sonic Mania

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Aug 8, 2017

Hellblade's battle with mental illness is an agonizing story only games could tell

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Unscored - Tacoma
Aug 1, 2017

In Tacoma, the creators of Gone Home tell intimate stories at a galactic scale

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Unscored - Splatoon 2
Jul 26, 2017

Splatoon 2 is in a love-hate relationship with the internet

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