Chris O'Connor


252 games reviewed
81.0 average score
82 median score
67.1% of games recommended
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5 / 5.0 - Hard West 2
Aug 5, 2022

Gin Carter and his posse chase down the devil himself using all the supernatural powers at their disposal to do so.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Kayak VR: Mirage
Aug 4, 2022

Experience Kayaking in some beautiful locations from the safety of your home.

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4 / 5.0 - Acolyte
Jul 10, 2022

Test AI... break AI... have mind blown by AI, forget where game ends and reality begins.

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4.6 / 5.0 - BlazeRush
Jul 4, 2022

A little bit of Death Track, a touch of Wacky Wheels/Mario Kart and a lot of fun!

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4.5 / 5.0 - Shores of Loci
Jul 4, 2022

Put together virtual living puzzles in fantastical dreamscapes.

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4.4 / 5.0 - Ragnarock
Jul 4, 2022

Get your drumming going and inspire your crew to the stage of Hellfest!

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3 / 5.0 - Cities: VR
Jun 16, 2022

Overall I didn't have the same amount of fun I remember having with Sim City… whether that's just my tastes have changed over time or it's the way Cities: VR wants me to play a city building game, I'm not sure… but I do suspect that it's just the way Cities: VR has presented things. Some people will enjoy it… others might find the experience a bit hollow, I fall in the latter of those.

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Jun 16, 2022

The biggest problem I have with the game is that if this was released about a decade ago I would probably have been fine with it and may even have been happy to play through it, even with the issues… but this is a remake that is supposedly bringing it up to modern standards. This does not stand as a game using modern standards of any sort… not graphics, not gameplay not general presentation. Maybe I built up my expectations too much… but I was really thoroughly disappointed with Deadly Dozen Reloaded.

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Jun 16, 2022

Fossil fossicking for fans of fieldwork.

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Jun 16, 2022

I really enjoyed Out There: Oceans Of Time and would recommend it, it's not overly challenging (it's pretty easy to maintain the ship once you get the hang of it) and planetary threats are fairly easily managed… so if you prefer a tougher challenge it might not be your thing, but if you enjoy a good cosmic adventure this could be worth a look.

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May 18, 2022

Another entry in the Vampire: The Masquerade world, this time bringing us some RPG detective work with three new characters.

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May 10, 2022

The Arthurian Legend gets a new twist in a compelling turn based RPG.

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May 10, 2022

Explore the depths as you attempt to return the luminous world back to blue.

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Apr 23, 2022

Should you buy it? Well if you like the idea of challenging your ethics with hypothetical scenarios then absolutely. If you are or were a philosophy student you may well get a sense of nostalgia and for me that is arguably enough of a reason to grab it. It's a decent price for what it is, if you aren't sure, maybe wait for a sale… but really for a chance to play something a bit more intellectual for a change I think it's a great buy!

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4.6 / 5.0 - Green Hell VR
Apr 23, 2022

Ultimately Green Hell VR is a bit like a mature Minecraft that is set in a more realistic and dangerous jungle setting. It somehow feels a lot more important to make sure you are getting your food and rest in Green Hell VR though and the consequences of not building shelter and some survival tools certainly seems more dire when you are experiencing it in VR.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Vox Machinae
Apr 23, 2022

If you like mech combat and the idea of piloting a massive metal fighting machine… grab a copy because it remains some of the best immersion I've had in VR to date and I suspect it might be for you too (certainly for new comers to VR… sit them down and put them in the pilot seat and wait for the Keanuesque "Whoa!"). Even if it's not on special it's a pretty good price for the fun you can have.

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Apr 5, 2022

Ultimately, if you like the Lego series of games then there's a high probability that you will like this… if you also like the Star Wars films (even just some of them) then this should be high on your list of items to purchase. It's certainly a cheaper way to enjoy a bunch of Lego sets with the ability to play through your favourite parts of the Star Wars films.

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So there's a lot going on here and considering you get three impressive games with some very engaging story telling, it's a pretty compelling collection. Visually it is showing it's age a bit but the switch has it's limitations and there's only so much you can do bringing a game up to modern standards before you basically end up remaking the whole thing. Having said that, it's not bad for what it is and it does do a decent job of putting the Switch through it's paces.

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3.8 / 5.0 - Quest for Infamy
Mar 29, 2022

It's a decent price for what it is too so if you loved the classics, give this a try. If you are too young to remember the classics… but like the idea of being a bit of a rogue amongst some pretty painterly scenery… grab a copy.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Virtuoso
Mar 29, 2022

If you want to have fun making music but don't want to invest in a "real" setup… this is a great cheap(er) option that gives you a lot of variety to play with. Definitely a great option at a pretty decent price for what you get.

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