Ravi Sinha


234 games reviewed
71.5 average score
75 median score
49.1% of games recommended
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8 / 10.0 - Inkbound
Apr 15, 2024

As a rogue-like that may not be on everyone's radar, Inkbound goes beyond expectations to deliver an addictive and gorgeous turn-based experience.

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Apr 15, 2024

While Gigantic makes a compelling return, the Rampage Edition isn't for everyone, especially given the combat feel and lack of certain competitive features. It's worth a shot but may struggle to retain players beyond the years-long faithful.

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Apr 1, 2024

Despite its laughable plot, Outpost: Infinity Siege starts with some potential. Unfortunately, the tedious rogue-like elements, extraction shooter resource gathering and other questionable design choices dilute the experience.

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Mar 28, 2024

Tomas Salas' latest title is impressive and arguably more enticing than The Falconeer, with its intriguing alliances, vast world and simplified systems despite its inherent issues and uninvolving narrative.

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Mar 25, 2024

Lightyear Frontier impresses with its sci-fi setting, non-violent approach and nature-focused gameplay, to say nothing of the gorgeous visuals. It has a ways to go, though, and some issues to iron out.

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9 / 10.0 - Hi-Fi Rush
Mar 18, 2024

Whether you enjoy character-driven action titles, fantastic visuals and music, or addictive combat, Hi-Fi Rush is well worth your time.

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4 / 10.0 - Winter Survival
Mar 18, 2024

Winter Survival already has trouble standing out among its competitors this quarter. However, its foundation needs a lot of work, and the available content alone makes it hard to recommend.

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Star Wars: Battlefront Classic Collection showcases how a streamlined yet content-packed shooter can still stand out today. Its AI problems and repetition can be a drag, but this is still an essential experience for Star Wars fans.

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Whether you're an old-school fan revisiting the horrors of the Zone or a new player curious to dive in, S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Legends of the Zone Trilogy offers excellent value for money with a gameplay loop that still holds up.

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Mar 8, 2024

Sons of the Forest can fumble with its narrative, but its survival crafting fundamentals and sandbox still warrant a look.

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Mar 4, 2024

The Outlast Trials is brutal and unrelenting, constantly pushing you into the deep end and taunting you to stay afloat. Some aspects could use further touching up, but if co-op horror is your sickness, then this may be your kind of therapy.

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8 / 10.0 - Pacific Drive
Mar 1, 2024

Pacific Drive can be broken down easily into other genres, but it's unlike anything available in terms of tone, atmosphere and execution.

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6 / 10.0 - Nightingale
Mar 1, 2024

Nightingale is brimming with potential and can grow into something truly fascinating, but it has a long way to go.

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5 / 10.0 - Skull and Bones
Feb 20, 2024

When it's not annoying with the lackluster story and mission structure, Skull and Bones is tedious with its end game grind and activities. Bland and repetitive, it's simply a drag to enjoy.

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Feb 14, 2024

Tomb Raider 1-3 Remastered offers an appealing new visual style but retains all of the frustrating mechanics of the originals. Hardcore fans will probably enjoy it, but it's not for everyone.

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8 / 10.0 - Helldivers II
Feb 13, 2024

Helldivers 2 is essentially the first game, except bigger, louder and more epic in scale. Despite issues with matchmaking and some desperately needed quality-of-life, it's enjoyably engaging.

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The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 4 rises above some of its story and pacing issues to deliver a compelling end to the Erebonia saga.

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The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 3 is still an exceptional RPG after all these years, even if its PS5 port doesn't offer many enhancements.

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Feb 4, 2024

Silent Hill: The Short Message isn't going to set the horror genre ablaze, but it doesn't have to. As a free offering, it's a solid showcase with a heavy atmosphere and heavier subjects, even if its narrative could have been more subtle.

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League isn't the worst live-service title ever made, but its mediocrity is hard to deny, especially from a developer capable of so much more.

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