Tim McDonald


118 games reviewed
69.1 average score
70 median score
47.0% of games recommended
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10 / 10 - Undertale
Sep 23, 2015

Entertaining, surprising, mind-breaking: Undertale is a labour of love that inspires exactly that emotion.

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Sep 3, 2013

Rayman Legends is one of the finest platform games on any system. It's bright, colourful, clever, well-designed, and the vast majority of it is a sheer joy to experience.

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Apr 5, 2016

Quirky, funny, demanding, and requiring an awful lot of skill: Enter the Gungeon is one of the best action-roguelites in years.

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Hearts of Stone is pretty much the best of The Witcher 3, at least prior to the release of Blood and Wine. If you enjoyed the base game at all, this is a must.

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Flawed in many, many ways, but none of those ways impact a glorious, emergent, open-world experience.

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The funniest courtroom game finally comes to PC, and it hasn't lost any of its wit, drama, or mind-bending puzzling in the process.

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Nov 28, 2020

The first JRPG Yakuza game has some issues in execution, but nothing that amounts to more than a minor annoyance. This is a truly excellent revamp of the long-running series, and a superb starting place for newcomers.

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Feb 9, 2021

No fusion accidents here: the merging of Persona 5 and the Musou games has resulted in a very strong Persona indeed.

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8 / 10 - Far Cry 4
Nov 22, 2014

It's Far Cry 3 again, for people who don't want to play Far Cry 3 again. Far Cry 4 doesn't innovate much and so there are a fair few I've-Done-This-Before moments, but it's still just as well-crafted and just as much fun.

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Oct 29, 2014

A stealth-horror game designed, with precision, to make pretty much every single activity and objective as uncomfortable and tense as possible.

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