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31 games reviewed
72.6 average score
70 median score
54.8% of games recommended

Edward Love's Reviews

Edward is a long-time writer who has penned work for Eurogamer, PC Gamer, We Got This Covered, Thunderbolt, Gamer2.0 and more.
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While Until Dawn was a serving of shlocky horror served up with a self-referential grin, Man of Medan has less personality, in part because it's a smaller slice of story. That said, its online modes will be game-changers for the rest of the series.

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood feels like a non-essential addition to the franchise, and a game that is sorely missing the humanity of BJ Blazkowicz.

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Jun 26, 2019

You'll rise from the murky depths of The Sinking City wondering whether you should have bothered getting wet in the first place.

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Feb 13, 2019

Metro Exodus has potential in spades, but the bigger canvas exacerbates its uneven edges and the story is layered on too thick, robbing the world of mystery.

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Oct 8, 2018

There's room for a direct-to-TV rip of the Dark Souls formula, but at a current asking price of $50, Immortal: Unchained is impossible to recommend.

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Sep 21, 2018

When it comes to virtual soccer, FIFA 19 is the clear leader of the pack, with what is arguably the best entry in years.

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Aug 3, 2018

This little platformer wears its influences loudly and proudly. Salt and Sanctuary is a tribute act of the finest kind, distilling the essential Dark Souls experience in 2D.

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There are better-looking versions of this wonderful shooter, but Wolfenstein II on the Switch is a technical marvel in its own right.

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Jun 8, 2018

$40 is a steep price to pay for Dark Souls Remastered on consoles, especially since it doesn't benefit from the new licks of paint. The title that really needs remastering - Demon's Souls - remains curiously in the wild.

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Kingdom Come's rough edges are smoothed by the knowledge you're playing a game where no detail is too small. Exploring 1400s Bohemia is a sure-fire delight.

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