Lexley Ford


25 games reviewed
70.4 average score
70 median score
40.0% of games recommended
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Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is an outstanding single-player shooter with a plot that is full of twists and turns and a cast of well written and believable characters, each with their own flaws and motivations.

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Oct 23, 2017

The Evil Within 2 doesn't reinvent the survival-horror genre but makes it work in more of an open world.

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Oct 3, 2017

Destiny 2 takes the groundwork set out by its predecessor and refines some of its rough edges, especially in terms of its plot.

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May 24, 2017

Spellspire takes a simple word game and spices it up with some interesting RPG elements, adding some tactical thinking to the usual "spell big words to win" formula.

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Apr 21, 2017

Anoxemia has a wonderful sense of tension and a dark atmosphere with an interesting enough plot highlighting Dr Bailey's isolation and possible decent into madness, but it begins to lose its charm as you progress.

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Apr 7, 2017

There are a few minor graphical issues, the experience is short and replayability is rather limited, but Four Sided Fantasy is a truly unique experience that's easy to pick up and just as easy to enjoy. It might not be a title players can return to again and again, but it is a short and sweet puzzle platformer that shows that there is still plenty of life left in the genre.

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Mar 19, 2017

Clicker Heroes styles itself as an idle game in the body of an RPG, but it is really just all of the RPG grind without any of the interesting plot that helps drive you. In the end, the game, if you can call it that, pretty much plays itself. Despite this, it has a surprising amount of depth, though a lot of patience and a great deal of time is needed to uncover it all.

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Feb 24, 2017

The new Blitz mode adds a different approach to the RTS combat to which we have become accustomed, and the shorter, more action-oriented, matches give newcomers and veterans alike something into which to sink their teeth.

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Feb 20, 2017

Exploring the facility and discovering the nuances of the plot are certainly the highlights of this game, but the lack of direction is a double-edged sword, giving players the opportunity to discover as much as they can but often leaving them unsure of what exactly they are supposed to be doing.

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Doodle God: Ultimate Edition is the most complete version of the title to be released to date but compared to some of it predecessors that are available on other formats, not much has changed. It still offers the same addictive gameplay and hours of distraction. Its easy achievements might be enough to tempt some people, but it's £7.99/$9.99 price point is certainly questionable when compared to other, equally featured titles in the series that are available for free.

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