Daniel Bischoff


53 games reviewed
78.5 average score
80 median score
62.3% of games recommended
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Oct 28, 2013

Battlefield has always focused on slower, more purposeful action, but what does the numeral 4 even mean here? Is Battlefield 4 worthy of a brand new integer? Maybe not.

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A Link Between Worlds gets fearless and distinguishes itself from the franchise’s history. On top of that, Link, Zelda, Rovio, and some of the best bosses Zelda fans will ever fight turn that history on its head, both narratively and mechanically. This is another must-play 3DS game and a compelling adventure for anyone traveling this holiday season or curling up with a good game at home.

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Nov 18, 2013

Sure, this Mario game has claws, but it's plenty friendly so don't worry about getting scratched.

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Nov 18, 2013

Killzone has never looked this good.

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Nov 24, 2013

[Y]ou should not play this game. Don't spend money on it. It's meant to be bundled with these consoles for suckers so eager to play with the latest in-home ripoff technology that they'll spend more money to get games they don't want with it.

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Nov 26, 2013

In the end, XGen's writing is entertaining enough, the digging puzzles are devious, and with co-op and Hardcore mode anyone can find an experience they'll enjoy.

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Dozens of hours of gameplay, the only racing game on PS4 at launch, a fantastic showpiece for your next-gen hardware of choice, and a hyper-connected experience—Rivals is one of the best games to own on PlayStation 4. Rev your engines, folks, this will be on hell of a ride.

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Dec 9, 2013

Catching your ball in the bucket below or racking up enough points to gain an extra shot satisfies like never before, but the title will absolutely appear on a device you probably already own sometime very soon.

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Adéwalé has his moments, but the real draw here is in the expansion of free-form gameplay both on land and at sea, meaning Freedom Cry succeeds at what it set out to do.

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Jan 20, 2014

Under the right circumstances, Messhof has established a new and shocking blood sport that'll captivate audiences and players alike. At home, by yourself and frustrated by searching for a multiplayer opponent, you might tear your own heart out.

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