Scott Butterworth


33 games reviewed
69.3 average score
70 median score
27.3% of games recommended
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Oct 6, 2016

The arcade classic returns, bringing challenging, cooperative tank combat into modern virtual reality. The results are flawed but ultimately still fun.

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Sep 12, 2016

Resource gathering and city building have never been more tedious.

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9 / 10 - Abzu
Aug 2, 2016

Abzu is deeply, transcendentally beautiful--not just visually splendid, but emotionally evocative. Without question, it is this year's Journey.

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Jul 8, 2016

Though its patience-testing puzzles hit a few sour notes, Song of the Deep still delivers a rich, imaginative undersea adventure.

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With its customizable missions and randomly generated areas, Underground's Operations breathe new life into an ailing game.

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Jun 6, 2016

Catalyst's combat stumbles, but the fluid freerunning and enticing open-world challenges overshadow most of its shortcomings.

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May 18, 2016

Despite its ambitious premise, Homefront's efforts to reclaim Philadelphia are sabotaged by technical issues, faulty mechanics, and predictable storytelling.

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7 / 10 - Battleborn
May 6, 2016

The combat is frantic and tense, but often feels samey and superficial. The in-match leveling works wonderfully in the campaign, but can become problematic in multiplayer. The varied cast of heroes adds longevity, but the game still feels relatively content light. With so many moving parts that never quite gel, I found plenty of things to love but just as much to feel confused by and ambivalent about.

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7 / 10 - Samorost 3
Mar 28, 2016

The studio behind imaginative indie hits Machinarium and Botanicula debuts its most ambitious game yet: a beautiful yet simplistic point-and-click adventure.

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Mar 13, 2016

Despite oddly overpowered enemies and repetitive level grinding, The Division succeeds thanks to its rich world, strong campaign, and impressive online functionality.

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