Olivia White


23 games reviewed
87.7 average score
100 median score
90.9% of games recommended
Scores 11.0 higher than average

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Olivia White
Apr 25, 2019

Despite all that, it’s easy to recommend the game because all the RPG elements and Towers of Time nonsense aside, it is a fantastic fighter at heart, albeit one that teases how it could’ve been better still.

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9 / 10.0 - Cuphead
Apr 22, 2019

In a surprising turn of events, the one-time Xbox One exclusive cartoon shooter Cuphead has come to Nintendo Switch.

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Olivia White
Mar 6, 2019

It’s stylish. It’s cool. It’s supremely fun, fluid and rewarding.

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Olivia White
Feb 14, 2019

If you've played a Crackdown game before, then you'll know exactly what to expect from Crackdown 3.

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Olivia White

A severe disappointment in a series that was previously going strong, and a sign that this version of Lara Croft might need to retire.

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Oct 16, 2017

The Evil Within 2 feels like something of a departure from the first game, but also an extremely fitting follow-up.

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Olivia White
Oct 9, 2017

Cuphead stands alone as one of the most satisfying, enjoyable and well-crafted video games of the year.

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Olivia White
Aug 4, 2017

The plot can be a little vague at times, and the opening hour is fairly meandering, but Conarium is an otherwise exciting, creepy jaunt through the realm of unspeakable evil.

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Olivia White
May 26, 2017

Even with its issues, the game shines.

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Olivia White

It's a personal, singular experience that everyone can take part in, and with all my heart, I hope you do.

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Olivia White

If you’re a fan of gory sword-and-sorcery anime, you may have seen Berserk, either the 90s version or the more recent CGI movies and series.

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Olivia White
Mar 21, 2017

The action is superb, the story is one of gaming's best, the atmosphere and tone are easy to get lost in, and the soundtrack is a marvel, with the end game credits song being one of the best in existence.

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Olivia White
Mar 8, 2017

Stories Untold is a gloriously 80s homage which doesn't rely on too much familiarity or retreading old ground. It's a fantastic, fascinating example of interactive visual storytelling.

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Olivia White

It's slightly too short, a bit technically ropey in places, and extremely heavily front-loaded with some very dense lore, but once you work your way through the initial overwhelming lack of direction, what you'll find is an exceptionally rewarding RPG filled with deep systems, a ton of genuine replay value, and a lot of love and care.

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Olivia White
- Nioh
Feb 15, 2017

Team Ninja's Nioh is the kind of action game that comes along every once in a rare while.

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Olivia White
Nov 14, 2016

Gorgeous adventure ten years in the making sets the bar sky-high

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Olivia White

Imaginators captures a magic that I’ve rarely felt since my late childhood, playing the aforementioned N64 platformers on a Winter’s afternoon. This is how you do games for younger people, this is how you do Toys to Life, this is how you do action platformers in general.

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Olivia White
Oct 24, 2016

Frantic, funny and fantastic

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Olivia White
Oct 19, 2016

The Last Time is a sensitive and thoughtful adventure about the twilight of life

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Olivia White
Oct 18, 2016

With some lovely audio touches where sound effects are created by human voice, to the drifting, melodic soundtrack, the lovely block colour, simple visuals and a memorable, adorable set of storylines, Burly Men at Sea is a short, sweet adventure that I won't be forgetting in a hurry.

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