Kyle LeClair


153 games reviewed
74.2 average score
80 median score
59.5% of games recommended
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5 / 5.0 - Owlboy
Nov 3, 2016

If Shovel Knight was the best game that late-era NES never had, Owlboy is the best game that late-era Super NES never had.

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5 / 5.0 - Celeste
Feb 1, 2018

Simply put, Celeste is a tour de force.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Enter the Gungeon
Apr 6, 2016

One notable little detail in Enter the Gungeon is that every time you return to the hub area early on, the four characters keep decking out the little corner they've set camp in with more and more decorations such as bunk beds and pizza boxes, eventually becoming increasingly comfortable even as they keep heading back into the carnage over and over.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Move or Die
Feb 17, 2016

While its true potential is unlocked when you have three friends to play it with (heck, one of the game's achievements actually rewards you for hosting a LAN party), Move or Die is an absolute blast and quite possibly one of the best party games on Steam.

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Mar 21, 2016

Much like last year’s treatment with Grim Fandango, Double Fine have successfully restored one of the true classics of the adventure game world and it is glorious indeed. While not as deep and story-rich as last year’s offering, Day of the Tentacle more than makes up for it in humor, style, unique gameplay and a truckload of charm. So put on some Janet Jackson, travel back to an age where adventure games were king and enjoy the ride. Now to begin the wait for Full Throttle Remastered next year…

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Apr 20, 2016

Stephen Lavelle deserves a pat on the back. Creating a quality puzzle game with a concept as quirky as this is one thing, but going above and beyond to put so much care into crafting such a near-immaculate set of puzzles equally brutal yet forgiving is full-on applause-worthy. To put it simply, Stephen’s Sausage Roll might be some of the meatiest and most delicious food for the mind you’ll taste all year.

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4.5 / 5.0 - FRU
Jul 13, 2016

FRU bills itself as “The last Kinect game you’ll ever need to play!” While it may be easy to make jokes about that statement just based on the first few words alone, what we have here is not only what may very well be the best Kinect game ever, but also one of the year’s best puzzlers and platforming games overall.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Necropolis
Jul 12, 2016

While roguelike and roguelike-inspired games such as these feel like a dime a dozen in recent times, Necropolis stands out simply by being the best that it can be, with a striking visual style, great sense of humor and an enjoyable co-op mode working together with immense, randomized, yet terrifically-designed levels and some great combat.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Headlander
Jul 26, 2016

The moment you begin Headlander and see the VHS-style lines show up along with the formation of the old-school title with a blast of colors and a jaunty tune, you know you’re in for something good.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Nier: Automata
Mar 6, 2017

NieR: Automata is an absolute masterpiece from beginning to end (or ends, to be a bit more accurate).

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