Rachel Watts


33 games reviewed
72.8 average score
73 median score
39.4% of games recommended
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97% - Abzu
Aug 26, 2016

It's an overwhelming experience with a captivating story submerged in beautiful visuals and music. It has some magical sequences and is an all-around unforgettable game. It holds moments of relaxation but also action and tension. It explores ones of the few places left on earth we still have yet to fully understand and embraces that mystery and wonder. ABZU is a reflection of what makes video games so amazing because they create places and feelings that we will never be able to experience, like the feeling of being one with the ocean.

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Apr 7, 2016

Samorost 3 shares some of the same ideas with its two previous games of the same name but is also completely its own game. The game is around 5 – 6 hours long, and some say that the asking price of £14.99 is a bit steep. But what you get in exchange is a unique and charming pocket sized adventure with exceptional visuals and music, a game from an award winning independent studio whose previous games have also won a variety of awards and a game that can be played by anyone of any age.

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Sep 8, 2021

Visually gorgeous and emotionally raw, True Colors is an incredible continuation of the Life is Strange series.

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85 / 100 - Manifold Garden
Oct 28, 2019

A serene gravity flipping puzzler with impossible structures to wrap your head around.

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85 / 100 - Spiritfarer
Aug 18, 2020

A thought-provoking and bittersweet adventure that understands that death is part of living.

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80 / 100 - In Other Waters
Apr 1, 2020

A gentle and engrossing underwater sci-fi game that will have you thinking about more than what lies beneath the waves.

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80 / 100 - Omori
Jan 13, 2021

Omori's ending is brutal, but its characters and humour put some heart behind the horror.

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80 / 100 - It Takes Two
Mar 24, 2021

An excellent co-op adventure that doesn't take itself too seriously, and that's the only place it falls short.

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Apr 22, 2016

The world of Moon Hunters keeps you playing. The story seems short and straightforward at first, but actually conceals a variety of branching narratives. You can set out to find all these hidden secrets in multiple playthroughs or just grab a couple of friends and enjoy the combat and decision making as a team.

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Aug 25, 2020

An energy infused concoction of style, action, and music that will give you one heck of a musical hangover.

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77 / 100 - Fuser
Nov 10, 2020

Fuser feels like a natural evolution for Harmonix and, scoring system aside, lets players take control of the music more than ever before.

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76 / 100 - Wattam
Dec 16, 2019

Wattam is a fun colourful playground for players to goof around in, even though it's controls have a few screws loose.

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76 / 100 - Genesis Noir
Apr 1, 2021

A little abstract in nature, but Genesis Noir is an all-around stunning audio-visual adventure.

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May 27, 2020

Minecraft Dungeons is a breezy dungeon crawler that reproduces Minecraft's playful attitude.

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Sep 17, 2021

An eye-popping musical adventure that will leave you with a serious case of galaxy brain.

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OPUS: The Day We Found Earth, is a chilled star searching game with a light-hearted narrative. It’s a touching game about a robot continuing one person’s life long ambition to find the beginning of human history. Even though the gameplay is simplistic, it adds to the overall feeling of relaxation. It’s a short game that can be finished in 2 hours or a bit more if you’re a completionist.

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Jul 26, 2021

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles has the rush of excitement of the courtroom but chooses melodrama over mystery.

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73% - Replica
Jul 22, 2016

Replica conjures a complicated totalitarian world of privacy invasion and information censorship. It’s a short game with a powerful message and definitely worth £1.99/$2.99 over on Itch.io and Steam.

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73% - Pan-Pan
Sep 22, 2016

Pan-Pan runs around two hours of playtime, so, for some, the price tag of £9.99/$12.99 might seem a bit steep. However, its unique puzzles, relaxed atmosphere, wonderful graphics and 3D world are what make it worth it. Lets hope that developers like Might and Delight continue to collaborate with these small projects and help them come to life and that Spelkraft continues to create more peaceful gaming experiences.

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Nov 15, 2019

A fun blend of puzzle and roguelike that inspires forward-thinking, but cuts your strategy short.

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