Rob Gordon


139 games reviewed
70.8 average score
70 median score
64.0% of games recommended
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Dec 1, 2020

Twin Mirror is something of a mixed bag. Dontnod has introduced some great concepts and strong visuals, and there's certainly potential within its characters and mechanics. However, it's let down by its lack of depth, a problem exacerbated by its compacted run time and occasionally awkward dialogue. Fans of narrative adventures will still want to give this one a shot as reception to its story will certainly vary, but it's best avoided by those who already have reservations about this style of game.

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Improvements have been made.

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Nov 26, 2020

Not bad, but Picklock has some issues.

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Nov 21, 2020

All in all Astro's Playroom is a perfectly charming little platformer. It's obviously not a mind-blowing display, but as a game to get up to speed with how the PS5 operates and enjoy a look at some PlayStation hardware of day's gone it's hard to find fault. After all, it’s free and can be played while waiting for other games to install. What’s not to love?

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Nov 9, 2020

A showcase of exciting arcade offroading.

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Nov 9, 2020

Transient does cyberpunk cosmic horror decently.

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Aug 27, 2020

All in all, Tell Me Why is another strong effort from Dontnod. The care it takes with its characters is to be applauded, and although it doesn't always hit the perfect spot with its themes the fact that it is discussing them at all is commendable. Those who enjoyed Life is Strange will get a kick (and a cry) out of its cast and plot, and at least it's not afraid to talk about uncomfortable topics in an age where so many developers are trying so hard to be apolitical.

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Jul 30, 2020

Impressive gothic horror abounds.

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Jul 30, 2020

Neversong hits the right note more often than not.

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Jul 30, 2020

Roki is a beautiful and wonderfully-crafted adventure game, carefully weaving Scandinavian folklore into a personal story of family bonds.

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