Sin Vega


22 games reviewed
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Unscored - The Falconeer
Nov 16, 2020

The Falconeer’s limitations kept it from fully winning me over. But it’s bloody impressive when its stars align.

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Unscored - Post Void
Sep 17, 2020

Post Void is a masterpiece of compulsive motion and hypnotic, irresistible sounds. It does something to my brain that I’ve never experienced before.

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Unscored - Cloudpunk
Apr 27, 2020

It feels unappreciative to wish that there could be even more of it, but it’s like that perfect cup of tea. You’ll always want another one.

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Unscored - Yes, Your Grace
Mar 5, 2020

I’ve enjoyed Yes, Your Grace. It’s a pretty game, and the story and subplots have some nice details and solid surprises.

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Unscored - Savage Vessels
Mar 4, 2020

I can’t, in short, say anything bad about Savage Vessels that isn’t heavily outweighed by everything it’s doing that’s rewarding and exciting.

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Unscored - Corruption 2029
Feb 27, 2020

As many players of Mutant Year Zero observed, that game was largely a puzzle game with a small shootout at the end, and Corruption 2029’s structure is very much cut from the same cloth.

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Unscored - Coffee Talk
Jan 30, 2020

It could have been longer, it could have been more substantial and dramatic. But it’s a good way to relax for a few hours.

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Jan 14, 2020

I do enjoy Minilaw. I find its mistakes frustrating precisely because it’s otherwise a tonne of fun to play. It looks gorgeous, the sound and music are first rate, and when it works, gunning attackers down feels great.

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Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York is essentially a collection of subplots for their own sake, largely set in stone. But they’re written with talent and confidence and I would gladly read some more.

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Dec 10, 2019

If you’ve been waiting for a full-on simulation with all the bells and textbooks, and nothing less will satisfy you, Mechwarrior 5 isn’t going to cut it. For everyone else though, it’s bloody excellent.

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