Aza Hudson


28 games reviewed
73.9 average score
80 median score
39.3% of games recommended
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6 / 10.0 - Phantom Doctrine
Aug 28, 2018

Phantom Doctrine is a game I was excited about, and that excitement had some serious staying power for the first few hours

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9 / 10.0 - Tempest 4000
Jul 29, 2018

Tempest 4000 is the greatest version of an arcade classic and is absolutely worth your time. If you’re into old-school games, you owe it to yourself to pick it up. Even if you’re not, 4000 could surprise you. As your dad would say, ‘get some culture in ya’.

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6 / 10.0 - MachiaVillain
May 24, 2018

MachiaVillain is a fun game at its core but poor UI, fun stuff being suffocated by the pillow of frantic micromanagement, and subpar presentation threaten to drag it down

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6.5 / 10.0 - Without Escape
May 3, 2018

A strong sense of identity, solid scripts, and a willingness to take risks may just make this game a cult classic amongst enthusiasts. I know I won’t forget it for a while.

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6 / 10.0 - Rad Rodgers
Mar 14, 2018

Kirby is back in a new platforming adventure and this time he’s bringing some friends aUp in the air, where the eagles fly, there exist excellent 2D platformers that pay tribute to older games while still retaining their own identity. Rad Rodgers came so close to soaring alongside them, but its wings melted a bit, so it has to glide for a bit and look down at the scattered bodies of Kickstarter nostalgiabait…and their own wings. Their very crappy wingslong for the trip

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Civilization VI: Rise and Fall sets out to make the game’s midgame more interesting by playing to the base game’s strengths. For the most part, it succeeds. But when it flounders, it makes you yearn for the game’s second expansion

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7 / 10.0 - Crossing Souls
Feb 13, 2018

Crossing Souls has charm in spades, from its perfectly emulated presentation of the Golden Age of Film to its engaging exploration. While its combat leaves a lot to be desired and its puzzles are shrug-inducing most of the time, Crossing Souls won’t walk away without some new fans

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7.5 / 10.0 - Nantucket
Jan 18, 2018

Nantucket is a small but charming strategy title that nails almost everything it sets out to do

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Dec 28, 2017

In an RPG landscape dominated by third-person political thrillers, it’s a relief to sit down and play a game that takes us back to the golden age of video games. Seven: The Days Long Gone certainly holds that charm and appeal, thanks to its wonderful aesthetic. Unfortunately, its poor design consistency and frustrating mechanics make it unrecommendable for anybody but those starved for another game in a beloved genre.

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7 / 10.0 - Numantia
Nov 5, 2017

A historical game made with plenty of passion that succeeds in most areas

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