Joseph Trotter


19 games reviewed
31.6% of games recommended
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Involving, if at times perhaps too keen to handhold, The Serpent's Curse has the intrigue of a novel and the sedateness of an afternoon stroll. An acquired taste undeniably, but one worth trying.

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Oct 6, 2015

PES 16 is very close to the game long-term fans have needed and demanded. It inexplicably manages to match terrific, absorbing gameplay with awful presentation everywhere but on the pitch.

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Inventive and beautiful, even its clear flaws cannot take away from what is simply a brilliant game.

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Jul 9, 2015

Arkham Knight is very close to being brilliant.

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Narratively, Sons of Winter is a definite improvement over the earlier episodes, and has a much easier, confident pace.

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Jun 23, 2015

The high point for narrative-driven open-world RPGs

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Jun 9, 2015

As good as S&S2 threatens to be, the wireless connected elephant in the room overshadows proceedings, offering a tantalising glimpse of what S&S2 could have been rather than a celebration of what there is.

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Jun 3, 2015

It's not an easy life, and this is not an easy game; some will find it greatly rewarding, but they are likely in the minority.

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Sword in the Darkness is a step in the right direction for the series. Sharp, unhurried yet eventful, the disastrous consequences of small decisions means that every conversation is conducted with the utmost care.

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The characters are starting to grow, the plot to thicken, and the intrigue to whisper in darkened rooms.

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