Henry Stockdale


39 games reviewed
70.8 average score
70 median score
52.6% of games recommended
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Jul 8, 2021

Rebellion and Just Add Water's made a fine effort at bringing Sniper Elite to PSVR. By offering a full-sized original campaign, more authentic weapon handling, and ample replayability, it's a strong debut for this established series into first-person territory. Though motion controls feel fiddly at times and the PS Move controllers do the experience a disservice, it's a great adaptation worth looking into.

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Ultimately, World Brothers is a good introduction for newcomers that’ll appeal to long-time fans too. It’s not especially deep and solo play can feel slightly repetitive in longer stints, but if you gather a few friends, you’ll have a lot of fun with this colourful spinoff.

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May 24, 2021

While King of Seas is a slow-burning pirate adventure with some finicky combat, it ultimately makes for a fine journey across the Seven Seas.

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An Airport for Aliens Currently Run by Dogs is Strange Scaffold's latest bizarre outing and offers an incredibly funny adventure let down by constant fetch quests.

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May 7, 2021

Wreckfest is back with a fine next-gen port, going that extra mile with some wonderfully chaotic gameplay.

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Apr 27, 2021

Before I Forget is a highly emotive tale about one woman's struggle with dementia, and a story that everyone should experience.

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Apr 20, 2021

Judgment remastered is a fine return for 2019's Yakuza spin-off. Though all of its changes are purely technical, it's the best version of this detective thriller.

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Disco Elysium's expanded edition successfully builds upon an already excellent RPG, making it just as relevant today as it was in 2019.

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Mar 30, 2021

Tennis World Tour 2 gets a next-gen upgrade, and it makes for a decent tennis sim.

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Mar 20, 2021

Co-op is where Can’t Drive This truly shines. Bringing some frantic entertainment, cross-generation multiplayer, and adaptive feedback for acceleration – the only major PS5 upgrade — we just wish there was more to it. It’s also incredibly bare, and there isn’t huge variation between these modes. Unlocking new customisation options isn’t enough to keep you coming back, and though you’ll have a fun time with friends, you won’t be here for a long time.

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