Josh Di Falco


131 games reviewed
67.6 average score
70 median score
32.8% of games recommended
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Dec 2, 2019

Ghost Games has delivered a great new addition to the Need for Speed franchise, with Heat certainly bringing the 'heat' with its relentless cop pursuits that play out against a beautifully-looking Palm City.

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MXGP 2019 delivers on the thrills and joys of riding off-road bikes on the dirt tracks. Making this entry even more recommendable is that it does a great job of easing newcomers into it - while making the controls and bike movements not too similar to the cars found in other rally-type games.

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Oct 16, 2019

Vambrace: Cold Soul is not bad, but it quickly becomes a mindless, repetitive, grinding slog of the same battles that require very little strategy, not to mention the lack of any sort of enemy variety.

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Oct 14, 2019

Despite it being an expansion pack, Iceborne is pretty much another game built upon the many layers of Monster Hunter: World.

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For cycling purists who just want a game to race in, this is fine, but its issues will test even those with a lot of patience.

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Big Bad Wolf does their best to pull out a satisfying ending that is totally dependent on Louis' decisions leading up to this point. Some endings are good, and some endings are poorly constructed, and whichever Louis gets can make or break the story that Big Bad Wolf is trying to tell.

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6 / 10 - V-Rally 4
Aug 19, 2019

While hours of racing can be enjoyed, this will eventually wear quite thin pretty fast.

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The Council has been an absolute treat up to this point, and the penultimate episode's new revelations takes the final part to a whole new playing field.

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Jun 30, 2019

For fans of Lovecraftian horror, The Sinking City is filled with... fishy details and lore that is used to enrich the world that Frogwares has created. Private Investigator Charles Reed must voyage through the deepest and most disturbing parts of his mind, as well as Oakmont itself, to find a way to rid the town residents of their visions. Doing what he does best, Reed must investigate and solve crimes while battling the horrors that jump out from the dark. While it lacks a bit of polish, The Sinking City is an otherwise weird and mind-bending journey, bundled with all the ingredients for a great experience.

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Jun 3, 2019

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 has thrown its hat into the ring for being a possible 'Game of the Year' contender for 2019.

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