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Mark Delaney

Portland
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Favorite Games:
  • PUBG
  • Sea of Thieves
  • State of Decay 2

225 games reviewed
70.2 average score
70 median score
49.8% of games recommended

Mark Delaney's Reviews

Mark is a Boston transplant now biking around in Portland, Oregon. He likes most game genres, binge-watching HBO, and fighting for animal justice. He can be read on OpenCritic, GamesRadar, and over a dozen other outlets to date. He especially enjoys covering battle royale, horror, and sports games.
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Sep 1, 2016

The Turing Test delivers not just a worthwhile game but an amazing story that will sit with you long after the credits.

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Senua is a remarkable character who instills all of her energies into the player in such a way that will never be forgotten.

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May 28, 2019

Across the board, Void Bastards is unforgettable.

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Feb 26, 2020

In its one-hour runtime, Sayonara Wild Hearts transcends video games and becomes not just a playable pop album, but a hypnotic self-help soundtrack. It's an endorphin factory.

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Apr 9, 2021

Telling a gut-punch of a story with novel gameplay mechanics is no small feat, and Before Your Eyes marvelously delivers on both fronts.

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Nothing else has ever paired high tension with complete silliness like this, and Fall Guys reveals we should've been doing it a long time ago

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Apr 1, 2016

Not without missteps, Quantum Break is still an exceptional title that takes chances and looks like the makings of a successful new franchise. In short, it's a hell of a time.

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Feb 6, 2018

With very few caveats, Wulverblade is an exceptional game that no genre fan should miss.

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- SOMA
Dec 11, 2017

SOMA is a good horror game that does most things well, but more than that, it is an exceptional science fiction tale that no genre fan should miss.

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Naysayers of their formula won't be quieted with another game in Telltale's library that has especially little to offer for major player choices, but fans who have so far enjoyed their style of video game will absolutely enjoy this one, even if they aren't a Borderlands fan. It's the best Borderlands story told so far. More startlingly, it's the best Telltale story told so far, and should, with any luck, provoke a rise in the ripe genre of comedy video games.

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