Adam Ghiggino


40 games reviewed
74.6 average score
80 median score
55.0% of games recommended
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There are better Final Fantasy remasters and remakes on all the platforms this is out on, and your time would be better spent with any of them.

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Aug 30, 2020

It’s definitely a disappointment compared to the new powers and trippy areas we received in the first part of Control’s season pass – The Foundation – and the new meat it throws to Alan Wake fans does little to resolve the character’s lingering narrative threads, but to set up new ones.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator is truly impressive. You literally have the entire world at your fingertips, and the freedom to customise your flight in incredible detail. But, it feels like the base – the proof of concept simulation that will be built upon – for a game that can become truly remarkable.

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Jul 26, 2020

In Death Unchained is a tough son of a bitch, but it’s also a pretty engaging experience, if you’re up for the challenge.

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Command & Conquer Remastered Collection really breathes new life into the series, even if it’s just wrapping up its two oldest games in modern clothing. It reminds players of exactly what they fell in love with about Command & Conquer, with fun, challenging missions, goofy FMV’s and awesome music.

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Burnout Paradise Remastered on Switch runs really well, and if the price doesn’t bother you it’s easy to recommend on the system if you have a love for the game.

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Without any unique selling points or cool trappings and additional content, I can’t recommend buying this collection.

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Jun 12, 2020

As a swan-song for the PS4, The Last of Us Part II is a belter

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Jun 3, 2020

While the effort is admirable, it makes quite a few sacrifices to get it all functional and working on Switch’s hardware

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Apr 27, 2020

While it doesn’t quite have enough tricks up its sleeve to remain engaging throughout its 40-hour main story, it’s still a creative, interesting new take on the franchise that’s worth a look for any fan after something a bit different.

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