Steve Farrelly


122 games reviewed
82.7 average score
85 median score
63.9% of games recommended
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9.5 / 10.0 - Death's Door
Jul 27, 2021

It's also never glaring (aside from a few very obvious <b>Nintendo</b> design nods), and so the end result is an experience that feels whole and homogenous, and entirely new in the lit videogame pantheon.

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Jul 6, 2021

Most games from the sport dump you into a links lexicon water hazard, Super Rush, however, assumes a conservative approach to a player's golf and golf-lingo knowledge, and educates in a manner that isn't patronising at all. In fact, it's just a lot of fun without being cheesy or too OTT.

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May 24, 2021

The reasons for that are two-fold: it was the most up-to-date version of the game I ploughed through, and two: it represents Unknown Worlds' reinvigorated trust in its own console development chops, which was <i>choppy</i> at best in the first sink or swim release back in 2016.

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Ireland may be a neighbouring stomping ground to <b>England</b>, but that doesn't mean they're like for like in the biome department.

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May 6, 2021

Not to suggest your rendezvous with the Lady of the Castle isn't one to savour, or even tremble at, it's just that most of the released media and tone for Village has been centred around her and a bit of the village, but what they wholly amount for in the full product is essentially tutorial content, at best.

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7 / 10.0 - Returnal
Apr 30, 2021

Enemies spawn in unpredictable ways, and for what it thinks it's worth, Returnal tries to keep you guessing, on your toes, and Eveready -- like the battery.

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6.9 / 10.0 - Lust From Beyond
Apr 9, 2021

But looking past those things, and into the vale reveals a game bucking trends and showcasing what's truly capable in our medium. A bigger budget, more player-agency and a more expansive world are all that's holding this back from being groundbreaking. And a lot of learnings will be taken from this latest outing.

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Mar 26, 2021

And so it was with gusto I took on the opportunity to crank up my big-person points by reviewing <b>Monster Truck Championship</b> from developer <b>Teyon</b> and publishers <b>BIGBEN INTERACTIVE</b> and <b>Nacon</b>.

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Mar 2, 2021

As you level up and progress, new jobs open up, but it's not a tacked-on system, choosing jobs changes the game's makeup and that of your party, so simply unlocking a new job doesn't necessarily mean you assign someone to it.

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Nov 27, 2020

That said, Spidey fans will dig it. Sony fanpeeps will sing its praises from Manhattan rooftops and it fills a gap. There’s just a question of “is it enough?” and even as a massive comic book geek and lover of all things wall-crawling, I’d have waited another six months for a more fleshed-out experience, and one that doesn’t overly mimic the foundation of its origins. Miles might learn from Peter, and Peter might be the ‘A’ Spider-Man, but that doesn’t need to mean Miles lives exclusively in his design shadow.

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