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Andy Kelly


Favorite Games:
  • Deus Ex
  • Final Fantasy VII
  • Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater

105 games reviewed
74.3 average score
77 median score
41.0% of games recommended

Andy Kelly's Reviews

Andy Kelly is a journalist based in Bath, England. He writes for PC Gamer and is a contributor to, among others, The Guardian, Vice, GamesRadar+, Edge, and Kotaku. In his spare time he creates the award-winning short film series Other Places (http://www.otherplaces.co.uk/).
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92 / 100 - Disco Elysium
Oct 15, 2019

An irresponsibly deep detective RPG that lets you be any kind of detective you want. Even a bad one.

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66 / 100 - The Sinking City
Jun 25, 2019

An occasionally entertaining detective game blighted by poor writing, rote combat, and a dreary open world.

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82 / 100 - Observation
May 21, 2019

A stylish, understated, and subtly chilling psychological thriller with a compelling mystery at its core.

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70 / 100 - Rage 2
May 14, 2019

Some of the best first-person shooting on PC, but the rest of the game struggles to keep up with it.

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67 / 100 - Generation Zero
Mar 27, 2019

Menacing robots, a gorgeous world, and an intriguing premise, but ultimately too minimalist for its own good.

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81 / 100 - Hypnospace Outlaw
Mar 12, 2019

A satisfying detective adventure based around a weird and wonderfully imaginative retro internet.

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78 / 100 - Metro Exodus
Feb 13, 2019

An incredible trip through a stunning post-apocalyptic world, let down by some uninspiring FPS combat.

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89 / 100 - Resident Evil 2
Jan 22, 2019

A tense, challenging, and beautiful remake of a classic survival horror game, and with enough fresh ideas to make it feel excitingly new.

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69 / 100 - DayZ
Dec 21, 2018

DayZ has the power to create incredible stories, but the twitchy, weightless combat and buggy zombies let it down.

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77 / 100 - Killer7
Dec 3, 2018

Imaginative, beautiful, and utterly strange, but you'll need to really love the story to endure its idiosyncratic combat.

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