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Alex Santa Maria

Tampa, Florida

Favorite Games:
  • Halo: Combat Evolved
  • Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon
  • Burnout 3: Takedown

158 games reviewed
70.1 average score
75 median score
43.4% of games recommended

Alex Santa Maria's Reviews

Raised on a healthy diet of gaming mags at an Xbox LAN center, Alex is an enthusiast who loves shooters, roguelikes, and arcade-style games. He has an unhealthy obsession with bad movies, a love of the 1980s, and the skills to rack up a high score on your local pinball table. Also, he reviews video games, which might be the reason that he's listed on this website.
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Dec 4, 2019

Darksiders Genesis masterfully shrinks down the long-running franchise into a top-down action game that’s just plain fun to play.

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Nov 25, 2019

Picking up exactly where the Shenmue franchise left off in 2001, Shenmue 3 is a marvel of persistence and vision.

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Nov 18, 2019

Above all, Heat feels like subscription filler, another driving game to add value to EA’s Access bundles.

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Nov 15, 2019

Sparklite is a painfully static game that can’t overcome its inspirations or its ambitions. Whether you’re looking for a retro throwback, a new obsession, or something in-between, there are far better options than this sleepy clunker.

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7.5 / 10.0 - The Legend of Bum-Bo
Nov 15, 2019

The Legend of Bum-Bo won't capture your attention like Isaac did, but its unique graphical style and strategic gameplay are well worth a look.

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Nov 12, 2019

Despite a few limitations, Superliminal succeeds where it counts.

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Considering the on-again/off-again support Digimon receives in the West, most fans will be more than familiar with that already.

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Oct 16, 2019

With only a scant amount of truly unique experiences coming to the few reaming arcades in America, it is great that Killer Queen Black exists.

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It’s difficult to fault a game for dreaming big as it still enjoyable to hunt for secrets under Stonehenge. However, that might be because these types of forward-thinking gameplay ideas are almost always alluring. We need to see games with a sense of humanity in its characters and games that can teach the socially awkward in the same way that action games teach reflexes.

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Whether you’re eager to play at launch or find this chronicling many moons later, Argonus and the Gods of Stone will satisfy a very specific strand of adventurers.

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