Keza MacDonald


42 games reviewed
79.4 average score
80 median score
66.7% of games recommended
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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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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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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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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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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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Jul 19, 2019

This euphoric puzzle game pleasurably hijacks your neural pathways (and your emotions)

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This stylish, fun tribute to the Legend of Zelda saga captures the original's excitement while injecting some serious club beats

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Hurling yourself down a mountain on a bike has rarely been as much fun as in this sports game, which pairs serene scenery with thrilling challenge

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Jun 12, 2020

This intense game set in a post-disaster world poses moral questions about the motivations for violence and is brilliantly acted by its human contributors

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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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