Marc Caccamise

Rochester, NY
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Favorite Games:
  • The Last of Us
  • BioShock

22 games reviewed
68.5 average score
70 median score
27.3% of games recommended
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Ori and the Blind Forest is arguably the best game of 2015 so far. Visually it is gorgeous and has a beautiful soundtrack to complement it. The lack of load times helps the flow of the game, and the platforming gameplay is fluent and precise all the way through. Difficulty spikes bring a challenging edge, and the escape sections are some of the most hectic portions of any platformer game. Ultimately, I cannot recommend this game enough, it is a must play.

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Feb 25, 2015

Hand of Fate is a shining example of what [email protected] can bring to the console. The game's ability to provide the same gameplay over and over again, while still making every encounter feel fresh and challenging, is what makes the experience completely addictive. I was so sucked into the game that I literally got off my couch and sat cross-legged in front of the TV so that I could concentrate more. For those who thrash through the game's Story mode, the never-ending Endless mode provides an extra challenge to see just how far you can go. I have a distinct feeling that this game will remain installed on many consoles for a long time.

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State of Decay proved to be a massive hit when it released on Xbox LIVE Arcade and may very well follow up that success on the Xbox One. The mixture of resource gathering and base building provides for a deep zombie survival experience and the micromanagement is made easy by a streamlined menu system. With the inclusion of the two DLCs there is a lot here to keep players busy for awhile.

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May 18, 2016

For several reasons, the game is one of the most innovative shooters in years and should provide players with many hours of entertainment.

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83 / 100 - Overcooked
Sep 26, 2016

Overcooked capitalizes on its simple premise and easy controls to offer up a surprisingly challenging and addicting game. With a notable absence of couch co-op games these days for friends, this fills the hole perfectly.

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Feb 24, 2016

The Flame in the Flood does not afford the player leisure time to stop and take in the sights. The survival system here, complete with all of the afflictions that are actively working against you, is the high point of the game, and is something that continually presents the player with a real challenge throughout their journey. It's a constant battle of intense survival where planning for the present and future is always a necessity. If we're really talking about the end of society, that's exactly how it should be.

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79 / 100 - INK
Nov 1, 2015

In many ways, INK feels like an exploration game with an artistic side focus. By limiting the player's sense of sight, the game creates an enjoyable and unique platforming experience.

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78 / 100 - Not a Hero
Jun 8, 2015

Not a Hero is silly bloodbath whose gameplay and humor are best enjoyed in small doses. Sliding from floor to floor is a ton of fun, but, unfortunately, the entire game can be played through in a fairly short time.

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Sep 29, 2015

No Time to Explain is a nice blend of teeth-grinding frustration and nutty humor that platforming fans should enjoy.

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Jan 22, 2016

That Dragon, Cancer does not excel in its gameplay, but the story of Joel Green is one that players will remember for a while. This is as genuine as storytelling gets in video games.

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