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Zachery Bennett

Frederick, MD
Existential_Ism

Favorite Games:
  • Catherine
  • Tomba
  • Final Fantasy 8

33 games reviewed
73.7 average score
75 median score
21.2% of games recommended
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The game's narrative is impossible to condense, and its delivery can be cryptic to the point of confusion. As the first part of a trilogy, Remothered: Tormented Fathers offers an intriguing, obscure tale smothered by its own mystery.

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Jun 26, 2017

It’s not that Victor Vran lacks identity—the game brings a few refreshing ideas to the table—but the first impression is lasting.

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Jun 8, 2017

Empathy focuses on everyone but yourself. Your identity is loosely defined as “a child” by an anonymous narrator in the beginning, and that’s about all you get. You’re a metaphorical blank slate.

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78 / 100 - Scanner Sombre
May 20, 2017

Scanner Sombre depends on the unknown to propel you forward as an all-encompassing blackness surrounds the player every step of the way. This is your canvas.

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80 / 100 - Outlast II
May 10, 2017

Of course, your helicopter malfunctions and crash lands around the area. You come to with nothing but your camera at your disposal, and so the terrifying search for your wife begins.

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75 / 100 - Blackwood Crossing
Apr 17, 2017

There’s a lot of curiosity coursing through the veins of this game. Its story is weird and wonderful, and every element of gameplay reiterates the narrative focal point.

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68 / 100 - Snake Pass
Apr 13, 2017

Most restrictions of progress require confidence in your serpentine instincts, but it must be balanced with an understanding of your entire body in relation to gravity.

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70 / 100 - Darknet (VR)
Mar 10, 2017

Darknet is unassuming in its complexity. This works to its advantage as much as it holds it back, resulting in an intriguing yet flawed experience entirely its own–especially within the VR atmosphere.

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82 / 100 - iO
Feb 21, 2017

iO is not a complicated game. If anything, you (as the player) are the most complicated element in the equation as the protagonist, a wheel left to the merciless truth of physics, gravity, and momentum.

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75 / 100 - SpiritSphere
Jan 26, 2017

SpiritSphere is a simple game that basks in the camaraderie of local multiplayer. Competing against the singleplayer AI is more irritating than it is enjoyable, but the game’s lower price tag is dense with potential competition.

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