Charlie Hall


27 games reviewed
70.0 average score
75 median score
37.5% of games recommended
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Unscored - Truberbrook
Mar 12, 2019

Sci-fi adventure set in ’60s Germany is a beautiful, artsy letdown

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Feb 28, 2019

There were moments where it felt like I was playing the same game that came out when I was 11. But the look was just a bit more lavish, and the funky bass line was arranged just differently enough. Back in the Groove is the perfect mix of polish and nostalgia, and one that I can’t wait to play through again.

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Unscored - DayZ
Dec 21, 2018

DayZ is still broken, still beautiful, and still unfinished

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Unscored - Battlefield V
Nov 12, 2018

All these issues of performance and balancing make for an unenviable situation for the developers at DICE.

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Unscored - GRIS
Nov 8, 2018

Gris will only take you a handful of hours to play from start to finish, but I can’t recommend it strongly enough. I only wish the experience lasted longer.

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Oct 2, 2018

Valkyria Chronicles 4 certainly has some interesting elements, things that have the potential I feel to move strategy gaming forward.

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Unscored - Transference
Sep 19, 2018

The environments are scaled well and comfortable to move through using the standard quarter-turn method or by spinning in place in an office chair. In that regard, the technology behind Transference is a triumph.

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Unscored - Vampyr
Jun 4, 2018

The easy way out for Dontnod would have been to take the most time-worn tropes from dime store horror novels, season to taste with period melodrama and serve it all up for players to enjoy. Vampyr reaches for more, and I'm very interested to see if the finale does it all justice

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3.5 / 10.0 - Raid: World War II
Oct 10, 2017

Raid: World War II disappoints on all levels. It's not that one thing in particular is badly broken; it's that so many aspects of the game are clumsy or incomplete. It made playing the game a chore, even in its best moments. Sometimes a terrible movie or game will still have things that make it enjoyable — hilariously cheesy dialogue or over-the-top action that I end up liking in spite of the low budget or poor production values. With Raid, there's just nothing here for me, and I can't imagine there being much here for anyone else.

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Sep 27, 2017

Pairing the tactical brilliance of the Total War series with the rich lore of the Warhammer universe is a natural fit, and Total War: Warhammer 2 fulfills the promise of that combination. It is a deep and challenging experience with an epic story to tell. It is also one of the most overwrought games of the year, a game where complexity seems to be piled on for complexity's sake.

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