Lydia Tang


23 games reviewed
74.5 average score
76 median score
30.4% of games recommended
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May 17, 2018

Alongside from its setting, Pillars of Eternity II improves in almost every way upon the already celebrated Pillars I, from the obvious, such as improved graphics and increased voiceovers, to the details, like better stealth mechanics and a new day-night system.

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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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86 / 100 - Tyranny
Nov 16, 2016

Tyranny is an absolute must for players who loved Pillars of Eternity and seek a rich, engaging tale of how people act in difficult circumstances.

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85 / 100 - Pyre
Jul 24, 2017

After a bumpy start with its combat, Pyre lives up to its predecessors with its rich lore, stunning art design, and interactive narrative. With the choices that you carry out altering the story, Pyre's diverse cast of characters in such an imaginative world makes it one to return to after you beat it, possibly again and again.

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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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It is a welcome step back from the previous 3DS Fire Emblem games as it focuses on a tighter narrative while providing us with a glimpse towards the future as Shadows of Valentia ventures into new territory with its explorable areas and fresh gameplay mechanics.

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Jun 7, 2017

Mages of Mystralia not only encourages you to mix and match to your heart's content but requires you to do so.

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Sep 19, 2018

Overall, The Gardens Between is not particularly complex or subtle with the linear-nature of its puzzle-solving and familiar story, but the level of creativity and depth the game reaches with its uncomplicated parts is not to be understated.

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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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