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Chris Wray


Favorite Games:
  • Final Fantasy IX
  • Battlefield 2
  • Rome: Total War

153 games reviewed
72.5 average score
75 median score
39.2% of games recommended
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Mandate of Heaven is a strong DLC for Total War: Three Kingdoms, offering a selection of new mechanics for particular factions, a host of new units and a brand new scenario for you to begin with, one that seamlessly fits in with the rest of the game. There are a few issues that have been exasperated, such as diplomacy and the AI can't seem to handle the new mechanics well, but overall the DLC is still well worth picking up as for the most part, it offers even more engaging stories that allow for emergent gameplay and just more of Total War: Three Kingdoms, one of the best strategy games ever made.

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7 / 10.0 - AO Tennis 2
Jan 9, 2020

AO Tennis 2 is most certainly a great step in the right direction, with large improvements to animations, physics and general gameplay.

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9 / 10.0 - Unity of Command 2
Jan 5, 2020

Unity of Command II makes for one of the most tactically engaging and challenging strategy games ever, enhancing an already excellent original with new features such as special attacks, a headquarters system which adds a levelling up system - working with the myriad of side objectives - and a very different type of war found on the western front to the east. It has quite the learning curve and may seem as impenetrable as the Maginot Line, but with a little time you'll come to love exactly how it works.

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Dec 22, 2019

Railroad Corporation is a mixed bag, to be generous to the game.

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7 / 10.0 - Transport Fever 2
Dec 15, 2019

Transport Fever 2 is a toothless but still ultimately enjoyable simulation of all things infrastructure. As you set up resource lines, passenger routes and more, you'll see the world develop and grow around your inputs and influence which is enjoyable and even an addictive thing. Simple and easy to get into, the core problem is that it takes simple a little too literally, with the game offering no real challenge throughout any game mode. Still, if you enjoy this sort of game, you could do a lot worse than Transport Fever 2.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Phoenix Point
Dec 8, 2019

In the long run, this is a great game and one that is well worth spending your time with.

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Dec 1, 2019

Narcos: Rise of the Cartels is the perfect example of one decision ruining any chance a game had of being reasonable.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Kingdom Under Fire 2
Nov 24, 2019

Kingdom Under Fire II is one of the most internally divisive games I've ever played. Some parts are genuinely fantastic while others are mind-numbingly horrible.

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7 / 10.0 - Skybolt Zack
Nov 17, 2019

Skybolt Zack is an action-packed, engaging but all-together a little too unforgiving action-platformer-rhythm-thing. Despite its unforgiving nature, It is a game that even the most useless of people (me) will have fun with and will offer a huge amount of replayability for those looking for a challenge due to the unique difficulty system. Looks, sounds and plays great, the first outing from Devs Must Die is one well worth giving a go.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Football Manager 2020
Nov 14, 2019

Football Manager 2020 is the purest, most engrossing and also the most accessible football management game yet and marks yet another high point for the series. From improved accessibility and usability to improved AI and long-term gameplay functions in new features like the development centre & club vision, this is a game that takes a longer more realistic look at the beautiful game than any before it. Slight issues still prevail, but this is the closest to perfect the series has ever been.

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