Samantha Nelson


20 games reviewed
76.7 average score
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Jun 13, 2020

Persona 4 Golden isn't a perfect port and it isn't coming to the system most fans were asking for. But if you never had the chance to play a Persona title before, this is definitely worth a shot. The visuals and some of the story might be dated but the characters are so charming that it's easy to lose track of time both in and out of character when hanging out with them. Get to know them all and use your friendship as a strength in the game's sprawling procedurally generated dungeons.

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Dec 14, 2018

While driven by nostalgia, the visuals make it feel new.

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In World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth the pending apocalypse may not be canceled, but it's temporarily tabled

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Sep 13, 2016

If can it continue to learn from its mistakes and embrace the things that made the game great, this expansion will keep players fighting until the Burning Legion has been defeated for good.

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Unscored - I Am Setsuna
Aug 3, 2016

I Am Setsuna is the perfect antidote for our hot and angry summer

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fanatics might forgive its sins, but Integrity And Faithlessness doesn’t offer much to anyone else.

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Apr 13, 2016

By piling complexity on atop the simplicity of a tried-and-true formula, Square Enix has produced a worthy successor to Bravely Default. I'm sure the developers are already thinking about what it would mean to "Bravely Third" in battle.

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Feb 22, 2016

Fire Emblem Fates has all the plot elements you'd expect from an entry in Nintendo's fantasy warfare series. There's a chosen one, a war between two kingdoms that represent the light and dark, magic swords, prophecies, and dragons. But at the core is the profound dilemma of nature versus nurture: Will you define yourself by your biological family or the one that raised you?

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Feb 22, 2016

Fire Emblem Fates has all the plot elements you'd expect from an entry in Nintendo's fantasy warfare series. There's a chosen one, a war between two kingdoms that represent the light and dark, magic swords, prophecies, and dragons. But at the core is the profound dilemma of nature versus nurture: Will you define yourself by your biological family or the one that raised you?

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Jan 21, 2016

The Deadly Tower Of Monsters has all the manic glee of a B-movie marathon

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