Matt Sainsbury


774 games reviewed
72.5 average score
80 median score
55.8% of games recommended
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Tokyo Mirage Sessions was one of the very few Wii U titles that I've been hanging out for a Switch re-release of since I first got my hands on the console, and it doesn't disappoint on any level. It's a brilliant concept, well told, and backed by Atlus' skill with turn-based combat at its peak.

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The trip down memory lane that Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls provided has been a delight.

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If you're one of those that is new to Atelier (and thanks to Ryza I know that there are a lot of you out there), then here's your chance to catch up on three of the most distinctive and interesting JRPGs of the PlayStation 3 era.

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Jan 13, 2020

It's just unfortunate that the racing genre is such a competitive one and, even on the Nintendo Switch, there is everything from Mario Kart, to rally racers, bike racers, and a half dozen existing top-down speedsters. It's just not enough to provide such a stock-standard racing game, however good the intentions.

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Jan 10, 2020

It's a character-driven, visual novel-heavy match-3 puzzler where terrible localisation has ruined the characters, the narrative is incomprehensible, and the match-3 action is so stock-standard it doesn't deserve to be celebrated, even if it does work.

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Jan 9, 2020

Nurse Love Addition is subversive, intelligent, and quite beautiful.

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Unfortunately Gunma's Ambition's joke only sustains it through the one play-through.

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Future iterations or sequels fro Drawngeon could well see it become a series worth paying attention to. The strong hit of nostalgia, as well as the unique visual style, give the game a foundation much stronger than many of its genre peers. The execution is deeply lacking, though.

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Princess Maker 3 is both funny and charming, and the core gameplay loop, limited as it is, is compelling if only because there are so many different endings to aim for that the game both encourages and rewards people that experiment with it.

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This latest one is the most accessible and easy to follow yet, but it is still a spreadsheet simulator, and it services a very niche audience.

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