George Umbarger


12 games reviewed
75.7 average score
77 median score
41.7% of games recommended
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Aug 25, 2014

Akiba's Trip: Undead and Undressed is on the cusp of being something special on nearly every front, but thorough mediocrity can be just as damning as incompetence. It exploits a few of my weaknesses – namely anime wackiness and widely customizable outfits – and anyone with similar vulnerabilities will find themselves with a similar added affection for it, but strictly on technical merit it leaves something to be desired with its short draw distance, load time issues, and overly simple systems. Unless you're a particular fan of the concept behind it, this is a decent but safely skippable title.

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Nov 12, 2014

Luke 2:10 Behold, I bring you tidings of great joy

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Mar 14, 2015

The number you have dialed has been disconnected

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8 / 10.0 - Mortal Kombat X
Apr 24, 2015

It's pronounced "REE-YOU," damn it.

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8 / 10.0 - Galak-Z
Aug 13, 2015

For fans, by fans

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7 / 10.0 - The Flock
Aug 21, 2015

Artistic, ambitious, and a little anemic

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Nov 30, 2015

The Old Hunters is a bit on the short side and doesn't stray as far from the formula as it's proven it can, but what there is of it adds significantly to the depth of Bloodborne as a whole; Definitely recommended, especially for stalwart fans hungry for more, but nothing unmissable on its own.

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9 / 10.0 - Nuclear Throne
Dec 22, 2015

Balancing demand for careful planning and perfect execution, Nuclear Throne is a frantic funhouse of procedurally-generated carnage.

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6.8 / 10.0 - Amplitude HD
Jan 5, 2016

Amplitude is a labor of love on its creator's part. What it has to offer is a testament to Harmonix's mastery of the genre: Its simple yet deeply challenging gameplay and psychedelic graphics have been honed to near-perfection, and each distinct part of every song carries its own, faithful patterns and challenges. The critical flaw is that there's simply not enough content to go around.

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Jan 20, 2016

The Deadly Tower of Monsters is an honest effort to create a good game based around an intentionally bad fake movie that ends up partially successful. It brings some interesting twists to a repetitive formula, but the sparse use of them coupled with its lack of length leads you to believe something important was left on the cutting room floor.

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