Heather Alexandra


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Sep 30, 2018

Assassin's Creed Odyssey's defining characteristic is how often it seems to be anything other than an Assassin's Creed game.

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Sep 10, 2018

Valkyria Chronicles 4 is a confident game that doesn't always earn its bravado. It is beautiful, thrilling, and paradoxically fractured. But if you're able to endure the clumsier scenarios, you'll find a rousing war story with plenty of challenge.

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May 29, 2018

Dark Souls Remastered is a close replication of the source material, allowing new players to see what the big deal was and veterans to test their mettle once more. There's already been a generation of undead warriors who completed their journey and rang the Bells of Awakening. Now it's time for another.

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Unscored - Sea of Thieves
Apr 6, 2018

Even in its current seemingly incomplete state, Sea of Thieves is still rewarding.

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Unscored - A Way Out
Mar 26, 2018

It is a game full of smart moments, perfect for bringing together dedicated gamers and curious onlookers alike.

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Mar 7, 2018

Metal Gear Survive's team managed to make a game both bad to play and fascinating to examine. Survive finds itself in small moments but is lost to grinding, mindless gameplay.

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Unscored - Celeste
Jan 25, 2018

I'll remember Celeste for a long time to come, thinking back on its mystical ruins and wind-swept peak. It's a joyous game brimming with hope and one of the best video game jumps ever.

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Dec 22, 2017

In spite of technical flaws and the dreary mirror it holds up to us, Battlegrounds in consistently enjoyable and surprising. There is a reason why it is the battle royale game.

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Breath of the Wild's latest adventure is well worth the time and effort, ending on on a triumphant high.

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Nov 15, 2017

Star Wars: Battlefront II frustrates me in ways I never knew I could be frustrated. It is both a lovingly crafted companion to the films and a tangled mess of corporate meddling. There is a strong heart at the center but finding it means peeling back layers of unnecessary and infuriating nonsense.

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