Kyle LeClair


153 games reviewed
74.2 average score
80 median score
59.5% of games recommended
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4 / 5.0 - I Am Dead
Oct 7, 2020

I Am Dead is a delightfully quirky game about the afterlife, presenting a unique world with a rich history inside of it, all with a tone that's a perfect level of light-hearted.

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4 / 5.0 - Going Under
Sep 22, 2020

Going Under may not be the equivalent of a monolithic business worth billions, but it still ends up being a highly-successful venture that provides a fun and enjoyable service.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Spiritfarer
Aug 18, 2020

Spiritfarer is an absolute triumph and easily goes down as the best game that Thunder Lotus has created.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Metamorphosis
Aug 12, 2020

Metamorphosis manages to whip up an impressive tribute to Franz Kafka in its quick story thanks to its offbeat sense of humor, style and eye-catching world.

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4 / 5.0 - Necrobarista
Jul 21, 2020

Necrobarista may have changed since it was first seen, but the end result is still an engrossing visual novel that succeeds thanks to a cast of memorable and fun characters, a stylish and cool presentation, and a well-crafted story that hits all the right notes, providing a terrific tale of having to move on that has room for bits of both laughter and tears in your coffee.

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In the end, a traditional review may be rather pointless, since the Deadly Premonition games operate on the same level as a film such as The Return of Captain Invincible (possibly the lone cult '80s film that York shockingly doesn't reference): something that operates on a completely different plane of reality than the rest of us, one where the mere notions of "good" and "bad" don't really apply.

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4 / 5.0 - Wildfire
Jun 23, 2020

Thanks to impressive level design, a nice range of cool abilities to try out and a spark of something truly unique (pun semi-intended), Wildfire succeeds at delivering a great stealth experience, even if it can be demanding at times.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Monster Train
Jun 18, 2020

It would be easy to dismiss a game like Monster Train as nothing more than yet another entry into the ever-increasing deck-building genre upon first glance, but after just a short while playing it, its various complexities begin to reveal themselves, making for deep gameplay that keeps you coming back for just one more run.

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4 / 5.0 - Sludge Life
Jun 3, 2020

Honestly, there isn't a whole lot to be said about Sludge Life without giving away its more memorably bizarre bits, of which there are many. It's a twisted, hellish, yet surprisingly charming playground that you'll want to spend a good (if small) chunk of time in, soaking in the off-kilter surrounds, humor and visuals. For a game that basically revolves around a filthy hellhole, there's still a lot of care that was put into making it a unique and fun hellhole and it shows.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Atomicrops
May 28, 2020

With a few more tweaks in certain areas when it comes to the difficulty and improved farming controls, Atomicrops could easily be a terrific roguelike shooter.

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