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Robert Fenner

Favorite Games:
  • Earthbound
  • Killer7
  • Persona 2: Eternal Punishment

44 games reviewed
77.4 average score
80 median score
54.5% of games recommended

Robert Fenner's Reviews

Robert Fenner is an American writer and multimedia artist based in London, UK. He has held a keen interest in Japanese popular culture since childhood, with a particular focus on video games, underground manga and queer literature. He holds an MA in Japanese Cultural Studies and Creative Industries from Birkbeck University. Alongside fellow critic Alva Chua, he co-hosts the bi-weekly games podcast MisanthroPlay, which can be found at his website. He has a giant cat named Borscht, and he will show you pictures if you ask.
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Mar 5, 2017

To all the faildaughters and failsons out there who've ever felt like their lives were hecked up forever, Night in the Woods has got your back.

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95% - Undertale
Oct 4, 2015

A quirky friendship adventure that dares to be different and succeeds with aplomb. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll teach two bros that it's OK to express their true feelings for one another.

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Feb 24, 2019

Sunless Skies is one of the most interesting and well-written games ever made.

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93% - Virginia
Oct 6, 2016

Virginia is an intensely intimate, powerful and thought-provoking experience masquerading as an homage to supernatural detective thrillers, and it is one of the most important games of 2016.

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Jan 27, 2016

Hatoful Boyfriend isn't just quirky and bizarre, it's also the smartest visual novel you've never played.

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90% - Oxenfree
Aug 11, 2016

The Director's Cut of Oxenfree remains a dissociative nightmare you can't wake up from.

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Dec 24, 2017

Funny, sad, and with the sharpest teeth, Doki Doki Literature Club is one of the most pleasant surprises of 2017.

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May 31, 2018

Cultist Simulator is a posthumanist spiral that, like its endless card combinations, is greater than the sum of its parts.

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Sep 23, 2018

Heaven Will Be Mine is the no-bones-about-it queer Mobile Suit Gundam we've always wanted.

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Nov 13, 2016

The Silver Case's uncanny brand of Erotic Grotesque Nonsense absolutely isn't for everyone, but those willing to penetrate its deliberately obtuse shell will find a deeply thoughtful mystery.

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