Lydia Tang


23 games reviewed
74.5 average score
76 median score
30.4% of games recommended
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Feb 26, 2016

It is wonderfully atmospheric, with the darkness of its caves contrasted with its artfully selective use of light, and the beautiful colour palettes of each level.

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38 / 100 - Zheros
Mar 8, 2016

The music in Zheros is an upbeat, light dubstep, very suitable for what it is, but in the end it is only one song on repeat, an apt summary of the entire game.

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84 / 100 - Samorost 3
Apr 6, 2016

Samorost 3 is surreal, magical, and one of the warmest and most delightful games I’ve had the pleasure of playing.

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Apr 20, 2016

Accurate in its execution and complex in its politics, 1979 Revolution may have its flaws, but its faults do not overshadow its success of a nuanced portrayal of a history and its people.

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75 / 100 - Soft Body
Jun 10, 2016

Despite how peculiar it all may seem, all of the elements of Soft Body come together and make perfect sense while you are playing it. I would recommend Soft Body to players looking for a light challenge and something to take their mind off of other things; you do not need to look any further than this odd and special game.

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Sep 2, 2016

Seasons After Fall is not a complex or difficult game, but it wasn’t meant to be one.

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63 / 100 - Tempest
Sep 13, 2016

Tempest is an open world action RPG that had a lot of promise but in reality, it is like a ship lost at sea.

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Oct 30, 2016

Civilization VI brings the franchise to an unbelievable level of polish and streamlined complexity.

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Nov 2, 2016

While Mark McMorris Infinite Air roughly gets the basics down of what comprises a snowboarding simulator, it fails to provide anything unique or captivating to make it this generation’s “must have” snowboarding simulator.

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77 / 100 - Sceal
Nov 11, 2016

Scéal’s story is a small one, which allows it to be emotional, yet subtle as it handles the themes of a young girl’s life and death.

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