Caley Roark


21 games reviewed
73.5 average score
78 median score
42.9% of games recommended
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9.5 / 10.0 - MLB 17: The Show
Mar 31, 2017

Overall, MLB The Show 17 builds on last year's version, which many cited as the best in the series, by adding some key features and improvements. Most notable are increased hit variety, MLB Network integration, and the RTTS documentary. All of these additions make the game feel more like real baseball. This authenticity makes games more fun to play, as it's easier than ever to become invested in every pitch.

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9 / 10.0 - Frostpunk
Apr 25, 2018

Frostpunk deftly mixes a variety of thematic ideas and gameplay elements into an engaging and unique, if occasionally unintuitive, strategy game.

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8.7 / 10.0 - MLB 19: The Show
Mar 30, 2019

Refined gameplay, new modes, and a deep Road to the Show mode give MLB The Show 19 a promising opening day.

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8.5 / 10.0 - MLB 18: The Show
Mar 28, 2018

The strength of the MLB The Show series has always been its authentic gameplay, which traditionally does a fantastic job capturing the essence of baseball. The 2018 version of The Show continues that trend, creating the most realistic baseball game to date. However, the nuanced gameplay and visual changes don't quite make up for the lack of innovation – or removal – of MLB The Show's core modes.

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8.5 / 10.0 - MLB 14: The Show
May 12, 2014

The definitive version of the definitive baseball game, MLB 14: The Show on PS4 is the best reason to own the new console.

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Apr 29, 2014

Despite missing a touted new feature, Out of the Park 15 is the best version of the best PC sports game available.

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8.5 / 10.0 - MLB 16: The Show
Mar 30, 2016

MLB The Show 16 feels like the culmination of years of tiny but meaningful improvements that make it the best baseball game on consoles.

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May 12, 2020

Super Mega Baseball isn't as deep a simulation as MLB The Show, but doesn't have to be: it gets the fundamentals right and has taken meaningful steps toward being a more complete baseball game.

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Apr 17, 2015

Out of the Park 16's small changes increase realism and accessibility, making it the best entry in the series.

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Dec 13, 2017

Battlestar Galactica: Deadlock pleasantly checks a lot of boxes: Sci-fi tactics and strategy; good controls; proper Battlestar Galactica game with attention to detail. That it does so with enjoyable and challenging gameplay makes it easy to overlook the less-than-stellar graphics and interface issues in the strategy layer.

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May 1, 2018

Super Mega Baseball 2 is a grounded baseball simulation wrapped in an arcade-style look and feel. An accurate physics engine generates realistic hits, and it keeps stats and models fatigue and morale in interesting ways. This realism is betrayed by a few control issues that affect the timing when batting and an AI that doesn't always behave as you'd expect. However, the unique Ego system allows you to tweak the difficulty of batting and fielding individually until you find the perfect challenge. And while it lacks the MLB license, you could use the accessible customization tools to recreate the entire MLB if you wanted to.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Blood Bowl II
Oct 1, 2015

An overall improvement in every way from the original. Worth an investment if you are looking for something different and fun.

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Dec 2, 2015

A solid game which you'll find plenty of reason to invest into if you are a fan of soccer text-sims.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Motorsport Manager
Nov 18, 2016

A charming, well-produced, and relatively entertaining racing management sim that despite some repetitiveness, doesn't get bogged down.

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7 / 10.0 - WWE 2K17
Oct 17, 2016

2K's best iteration of the sport attempts new ways to incorporate the "Entertainment" part of WWE, while the wrestling sees minor upgrades.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Axis Football 2016
Aug 11, 2016

Playable and engaging in short doses, a game worth exploring if modding community takes the game up for sure.

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Apr 27, 2017

Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3 is by no means a great game, though its value is raised by short and varied missions, fun action elements, and an ability to make me feel like a legit action hero. Regardless of how much it borrows from other games, I can't deny that I had a good time blowing through missions and enemy troops. However, the poor graphics and technical issues like long loading times and crashes occasionally ruined the fun. And, minus any sort of multiplayer, there's not a lot of reason to go back.

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Feb 6, 2016

The game has loads of depth, but the AI is spotty and DDS: Pro Football does not bring much of anything new to the text-sim genre.

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Oct 19, 2017

Overall, I really like the theme and setting of RAID: WWII, especially considering its irreverent tone that evokes memories of Inglorious Basterds. But even though I'm a sucker for all things WWII, the bullet-spongy enemies, lackluster unlocks and customization, and poor mission variety don't excite me enough to want to play beyond a few rounds. And while it's putting the cart before the horse, without a strong community of users to drop into a raid with, there's even less reason to stick it to Nazi Germany in this particular instance. Very little in RAID: WWII is absurdly broken or flawed, but its mediocrity makes it a missed opportunity to create a highly replayable co-op game within the WWII shooter genre.

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5 / 10.0 - Driveclub
Oct 26, 2014

A beautiful driving game, but one that just doesn't have much to do, online or off.

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