Daniel Hindes


8 games reviewed
54.3 average score
50 median score
28.6% of games recommended

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Such player-driven drama, comedy, and action eclipses anything in the disappointing scripted narrative. The Phantom Pain is one of the worst Metal Gear stories ever told. It functions neither as a standalone narrative nor as worthwhile insight into the series overall. And yet, The Phantom Pain is the best stealth-action game ever made, one where playing flawlessly is just as thrilling as outright failure. And boy – what a thrill.

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Daniel Hindes
Mar 11, 2015

In this strategy game where you command real-time tactical battles entirely with your voice, the greatest threat is the voice recognition system itself.

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4 / 10 - Never Alone
Nov 19, 2014

Upper One Games succeeds at bringing Native Alaskan cultural heritage to the fore, but fails at making a good platformer.

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Daniel Hindes
6 / 10 - Hack 'n' Slash
Oct 13, 2014

Hack 'n' Slash's puzzles esoteric puzzles are alternately delightful and discouraging.

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The PS4 port of the hilariously macabre PC game could do with a few operations of its own.

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The most fragile hero of side-scrolling platforming returns in a beautiful reimagining of Abe's Oddysee.

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Daniel Hindes
May 18, 2014

In the Nazi-dominated alternate history of 1960, it takes more than big guns to topple this new regime.

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Daniel Hindes
Mar 31, 2014

The PC port of last year's iPad prequel to Deus Ex: Human Revolution could do with a few augmentations.

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