Kyle E. Miller


14 games reviewed
81.0 average score
83 median score
50.0% of games recommended
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Feb 18, 2015

A perfect showcase for the power of indie developers; a deck building, roguelike, action RPG.

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Oct 22, 2014

An almost apathetic sequel that accomplishes nothing more and a little less than its predecessor.

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Oct 5, 2014

Experience a nightmare and then have some of your own. "Inspired" by mental illness.

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Immerse yourself in the psychology of an American family in autumn country.

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Sep 25, 2014

Risen 3 is worth its weight in rum.

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Jul 30, 2014

A potent, frustrating, demanding, amusing, tedious, exhilarating world unto itself.

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May 9, 2014

It's an action RPG from Spiders: awkward, sloppy, and too small for its own good, but entertaining enough for what it is.

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Feb 7, 2014

This isn't the next big JRPG, but it'll certainly take you a long time to complete.

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Feb 2, 2014

A messy, bland RPG that might attract some for its nostalgic powers.

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Dec 17, 2013

A disappointing experiment in disappointment.

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80% - Primordia
Dec 5, 2012

A striking and unique adventure with an annoying sidekick.

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Jul 27, 2012

Lone Survivor bears doubtless resemblance to that classic survivor horror franchise, Silent Hill. After all, Lone Survivor has creepy monsters, a mostly-empty city, a basement you don’t want to be in but must be, fleshy red membranes, and a psychological bent. I like to think of Lone Survivor not as a tawdry imitator, but as an intelligent and surreal homage to a once-powerful series, and even perhaps a comment on the genre itself. This isn’t just about surviving and getting to the end alive, it’s about how you choose to get there. Lone Survivor asks you to think in the midst of madness and horror. And if you don’t, who knows where you might end up?

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