Edwin Evans-Thirlwell


106 games reviewed
73.4 average score
78 median score
62.4% of games recommended
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Jan 20, 2021

In this brief but insidious information game, you're an aide to a defeated commander-in-chief who is refusing to concede

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Recommended - Hitman 3
Jan 19, 2021

IO's final World of Assassination game is closer to a seasonal content update than a sequel, but it's a thrilling endeavour all the same.

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Jan 6, 2021

The novella's dated metaphors are ousted in the best moments of this interactive homage, but its alternative endings pull their punches

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No Recommendation / Blank - Airborne Kingdom
Dec 16, 2020

A lovely, mildly experimental city sim with some sinister undertones it never tries to explore.

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No Recommendation / Blank - The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope
Oct 29, 2020

Supermassive still knows how to plunge you into paranoia, but the second Dark Pictures entry feels a little lost in the woods.

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Awe Interactive's hellbound original finds the music at the heart of the first-person shooter

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Recommended - CARRION
Jul 23, 2020

A squirming body horror labyrinth whose mix of ability-gating and backtracking slightly cramps its matchless creature design.

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Recommended - Creaks
Jul 20, 2020

A weird, wry and wholesome underground puzzler with spellbinding art direction and music.

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Jun 23, 2020

Persona 4 is a twisting tale of dreams gone rogue in a town sapped of purpose. It brings personal demons to life in gaudy but plausible ways, and uses this to rejuvenate the dog-eared framework of a town-and-dungeon fantasy RPG. Unceremonious as it is, the PC port leaves all of that peculiar magic intact. It’s just a shame that the insight and empathy on show here doesn’t extend to everybody.

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Unscored - Those Who Remain
May 28, 2020

A couple of nifty concepts can't save this uninspired genre piece from its shortage of character or fear.

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