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Emma Matthews

London, UK

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15 games reviewed
66.3 average score
75 median score
46.7% of games recommended

Emma Matthews's Reviews

Co-Owner of Erased Citizens. Freelance Games Writer: Games™, PCGamesN, Metabomb, Wccftech, GameWatcher, God is a Geek, Bulbagarden, PlayStation Universe, Boomeo.
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5.5 / 10.0 - Metal Gear Survive
Mar 5, 2018

Not Quite Hitting The Mark

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8 / 10.0 - Fallout 4 VR
Dec 19, 2017

No other VR games offer an experience of this depth or length and while you will have to make a number of adjustments before jumping in, I think it's worth it.

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6 / 10.0 - Doom VFR
Dec 6, 2017

DOOM VFR is one of the most action-packed games I've ever played using the HTC Vive. It's a shame Bethesda ignored the huge amount of progress that has been made in VR development. DOOM VFR is a good game, but with a number of changes it could easily become a great game. Do not buy this game if you suffer from motion sickness as you simply won't be able to play it for longer than five minutes at a time. However, if the locomotion issues don't bother you, DOOM VFR is definitely worth picking up.

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3 / 10.0 - Inmates
Oct 4, 2017

Inmates had ambitious intentions and a few good ideas, but these were not executed well at all. Fear and thrills were extinguished by the questionable 'shaking head' effect and the game's puzzles remained overly simplistic and did not feel challenging or rewarding to complete. In addition, I encountered a number of bugs that stopped me from progressing, at points. While this game may be attractively short for some, I cannot recommend the experience.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Sniper Elite 4
Feb 13, 2017

The only thing I want this Valentine’s Day

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The Ties That Bind Parts One and Two are the best episodes in the series to date. Whether you’re a returning fan or brand new to The Walking Dead: The Telltale series, I highly recommend that you play this game today!

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Dec 8, 2016

Rock Band Rivals offers less than expected, considering the state in which Rock Band 4 was released back in October last year. The content provided is not quite sufficient when taking the length of the Rockudrama and the poorly executed Rivals mode into consideration.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Planet Coaster
Nov 25, 2016

It's an understatement to say that Frontier Developments have outdone themselves with Planet Coaster. With its beautiful cartoon-style, incredible levels of customization and a small selection of fun modes to choose from, Planet Coaster has set a new standard for the genre. Nonetheless, it's still early days and with the foundations of the game being so solid, it's likely that we'll see the developer continue expanding the game so that it can reach its full potential. I thoroughly enjoyed playing Planet Coaster and can't wait to get back to my parks. Despite its long-awaited release, Planet Coaster does not disappoint and is well worth at least a few hours of your time.

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Nov 18, 2016

React Games may have had good intentions with Super Dungeon Bros, but it's miles off competing with the likes of Gauntlet or even older games like Castle Crashers. The game lacks originality, starving players of any truly enjoyable gameplay and its half-hearted attempt at embracing a rock theme doesn't amount to anything particularly unique or cool. Despite trying to keep things fresh by running daily and weekly challenges, it still doesn't offer anything that really draws players back in the long run. It's disappointing to see a game that had so much potential to add something new to the genre, fall short in so many ways. However, the most disappointing aspect of the game is its performance. With frequent crashes and poor frame rate when large numbers of enemies appear on-screen, Super Dungeon Bros is a title that I would advise people to avoid.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Silence
Nov 14, 2016

Silence is a beautiful game that combines emotional themes with breath-taking art and music. It works fantastically as a cinematic experience and takes its players on a concise yet fun adventure, integrating puzzles along the way. Daedelic have done an excellent job exploring the space between life and death, touching on dark and abstract feelings in a delicate and thoughtful way. It’ll definitely be interesting to hear what fans of ‘The Whispered World’ make of this game, nonetheless, I would recommend it to anyone that enjoys this genre.

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