Keza MacDonald


33 games reviewed
78.4 average score
80 median score
63.3% of games recommended

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Guardian
Keza MacDonald

This often breathtaking game of serial assassination in 16th-century Japan is a treasure chest for players able to commit to learning its secrets

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Keza MacDonald
Mar 14, 2019

Journey back in time as an online detective policing a compelling parody of the nascent net, with dodgy graphics, tinny music and a host of weird websites to explore

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Keza MacDonald
Feb 28, 2019

Pure two-wheeled thrills drive this motorbike racing game, as you hurtle over spectacularly wild tracks around the world. Just avoid the acorns

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Keza MacDonald
Feb 14, 2019

This simple action caper where players liberate a neon-clad city from a sinister megacorp makes 15 hours disappear easily

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Keza MacDonald

With straightforward 2D linear play this game can feel anachronistically flat – but chaotic multiplayer action is where the infectious fun lies

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Keza MacDonald
Nov 20, 2018

With the gameplay of Pokémon Go, this bright and beautiful update welcomes a new generation of trainers to a world of wholesome fun

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Keza MacDonald
Oct 25, 2018

Total immersion in an astonishingly lifelike world – whether you're outgunning rivals or skinning animals – makes this outlaw adventure a landmark game

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Keza MacDonald

You decide the fate of the denizens of Westeros in this Game of Thrones tie-in, which is, appropriately, a bloody riot

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Keza MacDonald
Oct 3, 2018

This full-throttle trip on iconic British roads is a tourist board's dream, with perfect weather and no nimbys to spoil the fun. Take time to enjoy the views

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Keza MacDonald

This game revels in its own beauty, but the plot collapses under the slightest scrutiny

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Keza MacDonald
Aug 29, 2018

With an odd cast and strange situations, this puzzle game allows you to victimise the users of a donut delivery app by gradually swallowing up all of their possessions

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Keza MacDonald

This small-scale game, in which you play a child roaming his house, shows how imagination makes the mundane magical

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Keza MacDonald
Apr 12, 2018

Kratos returns older and wiser, but exhilaratingly brutal in a story that deftly intertwines family drama and mythological epic

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Keza MacDonald
Mar 26, 2018

A mission to save the US from destruction by a charismatic leader flits between flamethrowing fun and graphic torture in a tonally unpredictable vision

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Keza MacDonald

This 2005 game, remade for the high-definition era, still stands out as a work of extraordinary beauty and quiet profundity

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Guardian
Keza MacDonald
Jan 30, 2018

Pitting you against everything from fire-breathing dinosaurs to fluffy bird-wyverns, this is destined to be one of 2018's best games

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Kotaku
Keza MacDonald
Jan 30, 2018

The things that have been simplified are things that were needlessly time-consuming in the first place...What hasn't changed is hunting monsters with beautifully balanced weaponry, and that was always the point.

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Guardian
Keza MacDonald
Jan 19, 2018

Mega Drive graphics belie the brains behind this puzzle-filled 2D platformer in which you play a misfit mechanic dismantling a religious techno-dystopia

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PC Gamer
Keza MacDonald
82 / 100 - Thumper
Oct 13, 2016

A total assault on your ears, eyes and reflexes. Thumper will beat you up, but you’ll enjoy it.

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Kotaku
Keza MacDonald
Oct 5, 2016

Color Splash is so damned imaginative and beautiful, though, so colorful and confidently funny. Even when it annoyed me, it was only fleetingly. It makes the abstract world of Mario so personable. Its gentle, playful weirdness and irreverence contrast so positively with the prevailing seriousness of fall’s big games

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