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Megan Walton

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87 games reviewed
72.4 average score
80 median score
51.7% of games recommended

Megan Walton's Reviews

Megan is a writer for two gaming sites currently, True Achievements and PressA2Join. A long time owner of a 360, and having upgraded to an Xbox One, she has been gaming since the days of the Sega Megadrive. Currently working in catering, she enjoys cooking extravagant dishes, baking birthdays cakes for friends and family in peculiar shapes, writing depressing poetry about life and death, and unlocking every achievement possible.
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Dec 30, 2018

Asterix and Obelix XXL 2 was likely no one's first choice for a remaster, leaving only the original fans to return and enjoy it again.

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Dec 3, 2018

MechaNika is a weird and wonderful experience that won't be for everyone.

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A good variety of missions will please any players who haven't yet grown weary of the developer-publisher's oft-seen open-world design, making Ubisoft's risky project a game that shoots for the stars and in many ways manages to get there.

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Oct 16, 2018

For genre-deprived fans, it may be enjoyable enough, but for anyone looking for a great Xbox JRPG, Revenant Dogma falls short.

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Sep 20, 2018

There's fun to be had, but there will be several unintentional obstacles in your way. 3 / 5

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Aug 16, 2018

With nothing to keep you coming back after you've earned all the achievements, the game will sadly only be played for an hour or so before it is put back on the shelf and forgotten about.

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Jul 31, 2018

Whilst The Spectrum Retreat is an enjoyable, well-paced puzzler, it never quite hits the heights of other similarly styled puzzle games.

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For fans of the series and simulation games, Jurassic World Evolution is a must-buy.

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Super Hyperactive Ninja has a lot to offer fans of the platforming genre thanks to a well-balanced approach present in most levels and boss battles.

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Jun 3, 2018

There's certainly room for difficult and frustrating platformers that eventually reward you when you succeed, but Bounce Rescue! rarely feels worth the trouble because it's challenging for all the wrong reasons.

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