Keza MacDonald


42 games reviewed
79.4 average score
80 median score
66.7% of games recommended
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What could have been an easy sequel that traded on past glories is instead a compelling argument for digging up the foundations of Zelda and seeing what happens - rather like Wind Waker did 10 years ago. A Link Between Words is not a total revolution, but it may very well be the start of one. I haven’t been so challenged by a Zelda since Ocarina of Time, and rarely have I been so consistently surprised by one.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Just Dance 2014
Nov 20, 2013

Just Dance 2014 is still daft fun on PS4, but other versions have more to offer.

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6.5 / 10.0 - The Novelist
Dec 9, 2013

The Novelist is an interesting, minimalist study of family relationships undermined by a rather superficial narrative.

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9 / 10.0 - Nidhogg
Jan 15, 2014

Nidhogg's sword-fighting is exhilarating and exquisitely balanced. Against friends, its appeal is perhaps limitless.

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Jan 24, 2014

TR: Definitive Edition's good looks are a bonus. It's still Lara, great pacing, and clever design that make it amazing.

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4.5 / 10.0 - The Castle Doctrine
Feb 4, 2014

A a grim, unsatisfying and morally dubious exercise in frustration and empathy suppression.

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Mar 21, 2014

This unique crossover is a powerful draw for fans of either series, but it doesn’t make the most of its potential. It sacrifices some of both series’ challenge, and the alternate-universe story feels like a missed opportunity where there could have been more meaningful interaction between the worlds of Wright and Layton. The witty dialogue writing, however, is as charming and enjoyable as ever.

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The strangest, saddest and most memorable of all the Zelda adventures, Majora's Mask is still extraordinary. This remake slightly improves what was already exceptional.

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Feb 12, 2015

Challenging, invigorating and brimming with humour, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is the best in the series - a must for fans, and the best entry point for newcomers.

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Aug 4, 2015

Adorable, enjoyable, but not particularly inspired, Yoshi's Woolly World is a comforting, safe puzzle-platformer with a lot of heart.

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