George Foster


20 games reviewed
71.8 average score
70 median score
47.4% of games recommended
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6 / 10 - Hellpoint
Aug 4, 2020

The truth of Hellpoint is that even with all the jank and annoyance, it’s working with a well-known and beloved formula in an interesting setting, with enough tweaks to feel like its own thing.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Destroy All Humans!
Jul 27, 2020

Destroy All Humans' impact on you is definitely going to depend on how much you played the original release. As a fan of the original, I was sat gleefully destroying all the humans and basking in the improvements, but I could also see people who haven't played the 2005 release not quite "getting" it. For those in the same boat as me, it's exactly what it needs to be: a faithful improvement on the original game, and an indication that Crypto has plenty of life in him yet. Hopefully it can pave the way for an all new adventure someday soon.

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Unscored - Disintegration
Jun 12, 2020

When Disintegration’s satisfying first-person shooter gameplay clicks with the intuitive real-time-strategy elements, there’s nothing else quite like it. For RTS fans, there’s enough strategy to get you through, and for newcomers to the genre, the FPS focus makes this the perfect introduction.

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May 26, 2020

That’s Minecraft Dungeons in a nutshell though - what’s here is mostly fantastic, but what’s missing feels like it could have pushed it beyond greatness.

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May 21, 2020

Even being aware of Saints Row The Third's issues and having played the game more than enough in the past, I still found myself wanting to keep playing it and really enjoying myself when I did. If you've not played Saints Row before I can't see this one leaving a better impression than the fourth game, but if you're familiar with the franchise this is still a good, if a messy, time.

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4 / 10.0 - SuperMash
May 12, 2020

SuperMash is an unfortunate example of a concept working better on paper than in execution. Whilst the mashing system is fun to mess around with and watch the first few times, that magic quickly wears off and all you're left with is the poorest imitations of great game genres.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Sakura Wars
May 1, 2020

Put simply, Sakura Wars isn't going to be for everyone. It's oddly paced, character-focused, and anime-inspired, but that's also some of the best things about it. If even a tiny bit of you is interested in that description, there's a chance you'll really enjoy the craziness that Sakura Wars puts on the table.

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9 / 10.0 - Streets of Rage 4
Apr 29, 2020

You wouldn't think that after so many years of rumors and waiting that Streets of Rage 4 would not only actually come out, but far exceed anything in the genre, but here we are. This is an absolute must-play for both fans and newcomers alike.

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8 / 10 - Trials of Mana
Apr 22, 2020

Another fantastic remake from Square.

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If you're a big fan of the series or just Modern Warfare 2 specifically, there's no doubt that this remaster will be an easy purchase. If you've not got any nostalgia for the game then the asking price might be a little steep, but this was made with Call of Duty fans in mind. For those fans it should be clear that Modern Warfare 2 Remastered is absolutely worth giving a look.

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