Andrew Barker


13 games reviewed
81.3 average score
85 median score
58.3% of games recommended
Scores 3.3 higher than average

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Andrew Barker

Skip it unless you're a diehard Sword Art Online fan.

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Andrew Barker

Ashes of Ariandel is light on content, but still likely to please Dark Souls III fans.

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Andrew Barker

The weakest entry in a fantastic series, but worth seeing through to the end.

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Andrew Barker
Jun 13, 2016

Anima: Gate of Memories is a game filled with potential that it generally fails to execute.

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Andrew Barker
Apr 12, 2016

An excellent addition to the Souls series and a huge improvement on Dark Souls II.

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Andrew Barker

An impressive expansion that takes the best bits of Wild Hunt and adds great new ideas.

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If you can persevere through the first 5-10 or so confusing, trope-ridden hours, there are some great character relationships and an absurd/epic story to discover.

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Andrew Barker
Jun 13, 2015

The Witcher 3 presents a realistic, engaging, and dark fantasy world. With fast-paced combat, deep character customisation, and massive locations to explore, it's a game not to be missed.

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Andrew Barker

Majora's Mask 3D is a game worth experiencing, even just for its bizarre and unsettling themes. However, while enjoyable, it's not among the best the Zelda series has to offer.

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Andrew Barker
Feb 13, 2015

A little rough around the edges, but a game not to be missed if you're a point-and-click fan.

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Andrew Barker

Exceptional entries in the series that include some great new mechanics.

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Andrew Barker
Nov 15, 2014

More of an experience than a game.

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Andrew Barker
83% - ETHER One
Apr 10, 2014

If you enjoy the sort of puzzles found in Myst, then you'll feel right at home in the clever, exploration-focused world of Ether One.

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