Scott Craft


46 games reviewed
71.1 average score
80 median score
58.7% of games recommended
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Feb 20, 2017

Horizon Zero Dawn doesn't redefine open world RPGs but it absolutely raises the bar for future additions to the genre. Few projects successfully weave all of their disparate parts together into something both unique and interesting. Guerilla managed to do both in its first non-FPS release while simultaneously incorporating many of those (still optional) parts into the core story.

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Feb 13, 2017

If you're a longtime fan of the series, or just someone looking for a top-notch sniping experience without having to wade into competitive multiplayer, we can't think of any reason to skip out on Sniper Elite 4.

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Nov 15, 2016

Mekazoo does an excellent job of carving out its own identity, combining a unique aesthetic with mechanics that combine low level puzzle-solving and basic platforming mechanics. While we’ve certainly seen many of the elements on display in Mekazoo , I can’t think of any that managed to repurpose basic aspects of the platforming experience in such a unique manner.

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The rise of new properties, like Titanfall and Overwatch , combined with resurgent properties, like Destiny or Battlefield, make it hard to justify the shrinking number of new ideas Call of Duty. Those who purchased Infinite Warfare on day one may not relate to anything in this article. But those with less fondness for the franchise, or just expecting IW to at least match the quality of Advanced Warfare or Black Ops 3, should probably turn their attention elsewhere.

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Oct 24, 2016

Battlefield 1 is the greatest addition to the franchise since Bad Company , and its lone sequel, pairing its beloved 64-player combat with an innovative new take on the single-player campaign. The stories told within can definitely be a bummer at times but it’s rare that we felt anything but positive about our time with Battlefield 1.

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Oct 21, 2016

Shadow Warrior 2 probably isn't going to win any Shooter of the Year awards, but that doesn't mean you should skip out on the latest offering from Flying Wild Hog either.

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All things considered, the first expansion for Dark Souls 3 is kind of a letdown, particularly if you don’t enjoy fighting other players.

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Oct 17, 2016

The game won't appeal to everyone, particularly those without the patience to slog through its repetitive missions. But a fantastic story, and a refreshingly unique approach to telling that tale, ensure Mafia 3 will have imitators for years to come.

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Oct 12, 2016

It is sandbox gaming on rails, giving players just enough freedom to deserve its genre placement without exposing them to an overwhelming array of resources and recipes. Gating some content behind the game’s narrative progression may irritate those with substantial genre experience. But the system provides a streamlined sandbox experience for those of us with less time; a design philosophy that clearly sets Dragon Quest Builders apart from the competition.

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Sep 26, 2016

Destiny: Rise Of Iron won’t make believers out of those offput by the base game’s rough edges. But it proves The Taken King wasn’t a fluke.

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