Matt Sainsbury


817 games reviewed
72.6 average score
80 median score
56.2% of games recommended
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Mar 31, 2020

Resident Evil 3 is a very, very fine example of what it wants to be, and anyone who loved the Resident Evil 2 remake should be won over all over again with this one.

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There's a lot of room for Granblue Fantasy: Versus to grow from here. There are a lot more characters that can be brought into the game, and many more stories that can be told through that RPG mode. As it is, however, this is a remarkably beautiful and intelligently-structured fighting game, which does justice to the source material and offers a stunning foundation for what might come into the future.

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Taito has done a really good job of curating a package of games that show all the transitions that Space Invaders has made over the years.

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We all need games like Animal Crossing: New Horizons, and while I don't think it's perfect by any means, and some of the new elements this time around come at the expense of what made previous titles so wonderful, the winning charm is still there in full.

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Mar 25, 2020

It's not that Moons of Madness is without merit, but it does come across as a game where the development team never quite reached creative cohesion and weren't able to quite work out what they wanted to achieve with this game.

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Mar 24, 2020

Doom 64 is an impressive port of the forgotten son of the series.

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Mar 23, 2020

There's simply nothing to sink your teeth into with this game

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Talisman is a classic board game, and deserves respect for that. It’s also eminently playable to this day, and very easy to pick up and play, and as such it’s a genuinely good game for lazy Sundays with friends

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Mar 19, 2020

The Switch has no shortage of this genre at this point, but SeaBed might just be the most meaningful of them all.

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Mar 18, 2020

Persona 5's excesses and its thematic step backwards are issues, but the raw gameplay is so enjoyable, and the characters so vibrant and well-written, that I haven't minded having the excuse to play through the bloat again. Not by any means.

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