Matt Gerardi


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Unscored - Peggle 2
Dec 12, 2013

This is a bigger, bolder Peggle, but it's the little musical details that end up making the difference.

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Unscored - Super Time Force
May 15, 2014

That goofiness belies what is ultimately a ­showcase for Capybara's serious game design chops.

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Oct 2, 2014

Nintendo overcomes Super Smash Bros.' identity crisis on the 3DS

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Nov 25, 2014

[I]t's a confirmation of what Smash Bros. has been all along: a raucous, reverent celebration of Nintendo games and the people who play them. And the best part is everyone's invited.

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Unscored - Grow Home
Feb 19, 2015

[Y]ou'll probably never kick the stumbling habit entirely, which is fine, because you're always liable to stumble into something beautiful.

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Unscored - Bloodborne
Apr 2, 2015

Yharnam is not some obstacle course waiting to be exploited for a cheap thrill. It's alive and well aware of its allure. That cure we all seek is in there somewhere, but this city isn't going to give it up without a fight.

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Unscored - Mortal Kombat X
Apr 23, 2015

The upsells are just a thin layer of corporate monetization atop a mountain of sincerity, love, and dismemberment.

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Unscored - SOMA
Sep 24, 2015

In 2015, and with no mind digitization in sight, the questions Soma raises are difficult to answer without dreadful introspection.

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Oct 21, 2015

That's part of the beauty of Woolly World, though. It's only as difficult as you want it to be. If you can't figure out how to get that bundle of magenta yarn tucked away behind a towering water monster, you can just forget about it and move on.

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Unscored - Fallout 4
Nov 9, 2015

In large doses, all that fighting can be tiresome, but the best thing about Fallout 4 is that it wants you to have something to fight for—more than just a vendetta, or some life-saving MacGuffin, or the player's own bloodthirsty whims. Grizzled, score-settling lone wanderers will feel at home in The Commonwealth, but this world offers something more: a chance to rebuild, to belong to something bigger than yourself and defend it from all comers. The most you can usually hope for is "This place isn't so bad, for a shithole," but at least it's your shithole.

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