Andi Garnett


9 games reviewed
72.2 average score
72 median score
22.2% of games recommended

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Andi Garnett
8 / 10.0 - Falcon Age
May 13, 2019

Falcon Age offers a rich and refreshing experience that focuses on a few key elements and nails them precisely. While the experience certainly feels more tailored to VR, it's still a wonderful journey on a normal TV screen. A wonderful world and egregious art style make for an engaging playthrough, despite some overly-simple combat mechanics.

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Andi Garnett
7.5 / 10.0 - Mages of Mystralia
Feb 20, 2019

Mages of Mystralia is an incredible little indie title that offers surprisingly deep gameplay mechanics, that offer some nice replay-ability to a campaign that keeps it short and simple.

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Andi Garnett
Nov 2, 2018

LEGO DC Super Villains is fun, but doesn't reinvent the brick. While playing on the strengths of titles that came before, Villains leans hard into the humorous and quirky narrative one expects from a LEGO title.

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Andi Garnett

After 14 years, Blizzard still knows what's at the heart of WoW, while proving it's not afraid to try new things. While not every new feature is a home run, the expansion's tighter focus on "the war at home" reminds players about what made Warcraft so popular in the first place.

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Andi Garnett
Aug 10, 2017

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles offers an amazing world to play in, but an underdeveloped story and menial side-quests offer little to keep players interested.

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7 / 10.0 - RiME
May 30, 2017

Rime is a pleasant title that's extremely easy on the eyes, and perhaps a little too easy on the brain.

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Andi Garnett
Mar 17, 2017

Ghost Recon Wildlands is a fun romp in a huge world that allows you tackle each encounter in as tactical or non-tactical manner as you please. Your fellow players are what bring this game to life, so best not look at this as a single-player experience.

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Gameplanet
Andi Garnett

While The Ezio Collection shows its age in some areas, the trilogy allows a welcome return to one of the franchise's best characters and storylines.

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Gameplanet
Andi Garnett
Oct 5, 2016

Rise of Iron does a brilliant job in building up the legend of your Guardian, but offers very little innovation or advancement of the game's core features. Despite this, it stays true to what makes Destiny great – offering truly satisfying shooter encounters as a backdrop to a fantastic social experience.

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