Luke Winkie


8 games reviewed
73.5 average score
72 median score
25.0% of games recommended
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Sep 18, 2020

Surgeon Simulator 2 is a clever, funny puzzle game that renders its "surgery" mechanics almost ancillary to the final product.

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68 / 100 - Madden NFL 21
Sep 9, 2020

It's still good to have Madden back on PC, but a stagnant odor is creeping in.

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75 / 100 - Madden NFL 19
Aug 2, 2018

Madden 19 offers a fascinating single-player story, but the rest of the game largely falls into the same tropes you experienced a decade ago.

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83 / 100 - Terraria
Jun 7, 2018

Terraria promises an experience of infinite possibilities. Miraculously, it somehow pulls it off.

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80 / 100 - Rust
Feb 19, 2018

Rust is a malicious experience rife with betrayal, cruelty and greed. That can make it both frustrating and sublime in equal doses.

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72 / 100 - Oriental Empires
Oct 26, 2017

A perfectly good 4X game with an innovative combat system that feels a bit bland when framed against the richness of its setting.

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Apr 24, 2014

How ironic is it that by making their storied franchise an online experience, Bethesda has somehow created a less immersive Elder Scrolls game? I used to feel like The One, now I'm just a customer.

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Feb 6, 2014

Don't get me wrong, Octodad is a ton of fun. It's got a self-aware irreverence—call it the Katamari factor—that you usually only find in indie games. That being said, with games like that, I usually focus on the stand-out moments, like the big reveals in Gone Home, the progressive decay of Limbo, or even the silly mysteries of something as slight as Frog Fractions. Octodad doesn't have anything like that. It's a giddy little glide full of heart and genuine goodwill, but never manifesting into anything more than a distraction.

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