Adam Ghiggino


31 games reviewed
76.0 average score
80 median score
58.1% of games recommended
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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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The Foundation is a worthy continuation of the Control’s storyline, that plays just as well as the main game, with some additions that while not game-changing, are nice to have.

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Mar 18, 2020

It looks great, plays like silk and it’s just fucking metal.

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If this is able to re-establish the series with its new visual style on the Nintendo Switch, then I’d like where the series can go from here, with a modernised take on the formula.

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It’s a great deal to see the missing chapters from the Kiryu saga, presented better than they ever have been before.

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Jan 2, 2020

While I doubt this will blow up in the same way the originals did, Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch retains a lot of what was so good about the original games, with their universal appeal and focus on short bursts of training that don’t outstay their welcome.

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Aladdin and The Lion King are pieces of many people’s childhoods, for both fun and frustrating reasons, but this collection is a nearly perfect representation of the two, with plenty of variations to try, history to learn and helpful cheats to abuse.

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Jun 4, 2018

Tying hard moral decisions to real gameplay in a compelling open-world RPG is an ambitious goal, and it’s one that Vampyr achieves to an extent.

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WipEout Omega Collection is a must-buy if you have any love or nostalgia at all for the series, as it looks fantastic, plays extremely smoothly and has enough content to keep you busy for months.

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Jun 3, 2017

With a robust roster, challenging and technical gameplay that’s also accessible to newcomers, and plenty of content to keep you occupied both online and offline, Tekken 7 is an easy pick if you’re after a new fighting game to master.

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