Brandin Tyrrel


36 games reviewed
76.9 average score
80 median score
58.3% of games recommended
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Mar 21, 2019

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a stylish, focused stealth-action take on the FromSoftware formula that evolves in a different and refreshing direction. It may be a bit easier than a Souls game, but it's something amazing all its own.

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The Assassin's Creed Odyssey: Legacy of the First Blade grand finale cleanly ties up the story it started with answers and great moments for everyone involved.

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5 / 10.0 - Crackdown 3
Feb 20, 2019

Crackdown 3's mediocre, collectible-heavy campaign and poor Wrecking Zone multiplayer are rarely satisfying busywork.

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Legacy of the First Blade's second episode, Shadow Heritage, is a familiar but engaging next chapter of Odyssey.

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Legacy of the First Blade's first episode, Hunted, is a brief but effective foundation for a larger story yet to come.

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5 / 10.0 - Fallout 76
Nov 22, 2018

The rich wasteland map of Fallout 76 is wasted on a mess of bugs, conflicting ideas, and monotony.

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Oct 1, 2018

Assassin's Creed Odyssey's open-world adventure through ancient Greece is a gorgeous thrill, and the best the series has ever been.

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Divinity: Original Sin 2 Definitive Edition is a new way to play one of the absolute best RPGs in years. And whether you're diving back in on PC, or booting it up on the console for the first time, it's flexibility, personality, and charm make for an amazing adventure.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Dead Cells
Aug 11, 2018

Dead Cells fuses breakneck motion with an emphasis on risk-and-reward for an incredibly engaging action-platformer.

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7 / 10.0 - Vampyr
Jun 4, 2018

Vampyr is a slow burn of an RPG, taking its time to ramp up its intriguing blend of science and the supernatural in an elaborately gloomy version of London. When it gets going you can see the potential of the way it offers you more power if you consume its interesting citizens. But Vampyr never commits to this idea to the point where I felt I needed to make that sacrifice to succeed in its relatively simple combat, which leaves it feeling toothless and vulnerable to having a lot of its fun sucked away by technical issues, despite its genuinely engaging story.

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