Robert Gammon


47 games reviewed
73.6 average score
80 median score
57.4% of games recommended
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Where some scenes raise a bit of a smirk, most of them fall flat. One character just ripped lines from Monty Python over and over again

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May 30, 2016

To put it best, the way the story is told is much more interesting than the story itself

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Mar 13, 2019

Attack of the Earthlings has the ingredients to be a unique entry in the turn-based strategy genre – but it’s missing vital elements that would’ve made the gameplay tolerable.

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4 / 10 - One Way Trip
Sep 8, 2016

The whole time you feel you are playing through a disjointed connection of apparitions that tie a loose story together, all a bit too far removed to create any meaningful attachment

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5 / 10 - Baboon!
May 3, 2017

Baboon! isn't a bad game per se, but because of its flaws I can only really recommend it to the most die-hard of platform fans looking for a new quirky challenge.

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It comes down to the fact that Age of Empires III has never been the best at fundamental RTS gameplay. The Definitive Edition has done a great job of bringing the title into the modern age with beautiful visuals and a new UI – but that core gameplay remains, and it falls flat especially compared to the standard set by last year’s Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition. Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition‘s intriguing campaigns are worth a look, but if you value adaptive and fluid multiplayer gameplay, stick with Age of Empires II.

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Mar 1, 2017

Poor sense of humour aside, Kill the Bad Guy is a decent puzzle game that is worth a stab if you are in the mood to be challenged.

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6 / 10 - Imprint-X
Jan 26, 2017

If you want a quick blast of escapism with a bit of a challenge, then this what you’ll get. Nothing more, nothing less.

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6 / 10 - WinKings
Dec 3, 2016

WinKings‘ stunning visuals and audio give you a pleasant experience, and the gameplay is very much suited to playing casually with friends. You will be left wanting more, but I do not recommend going to the single player to get your fill.

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Jul 7, 2016

In some cases, you will have to pass through a loading screen a whole eight times to successfully harvest a field. It really disrupts the calmness of virtual farm work

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7 / 10.0 - Victoria 3
Oct 24, 2022

All in all, Victoria 3 does a brilliant job of bringing this era of global politics alive. Its brilliant law systems create a truly enigmatic power struggle that will keep us playing for many hours to come. While there is a lack of flavour for some of the smaller nations and a handful of other problems that stop Victoria 3 being as good as it could be, there’s a vast myriad of strategies available to players, and many ways to plot out a successful campaign. And ultimately, that’s all that we want from a strategy game: the freedom to make credible choices.

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7 / 10.0 - Iron Harvest
Sep 4, 2020

Iron Harvest isn’t perfect, but it is an engaging journey into a new world that’s fun to explore.

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Despite its issues though, Command & Conquer Remastered Collection provides an excellent trip down memory lane – even if it is one that reminds us of how far videogames have come in the last 25 years. The real-time strategy might have moved on, but the Command & Conquer games still have a unique charm all of their own. Command & Conquer Remastered Collection certainly won’t win over any newcomers, but it makes for a commendable slice of nostalgia for those of us who grew up playing the games.

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Sep 10, 2018

The reason you should get the new Dharma expansion is not because of these policies or the minor tweaks it introduces to Europa Universalis IV. Rather, because it transforms the subcontinent of India into a much more interesting region. With the specific caste systems and the trading overhaul, the area is much more alive for those who play as natives or those who play as foreign trade empires.

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Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs isn't a stand-out game in any means. The combat is challenging but achievable and there won't be any fights that you will tell your grandkids about. The plot is humorous and the characters are enjoyable, but neither the narrative nor the characters will set the world alight. What Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs is though, is a JRPG that stands on its own two feet, and despite taking many influences and using certain generic conventions, it manages to carve its own identity.

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In playing Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia, I was reminded a lot of the original Total War: Rome – a splendid example of the brilliant mix of intrigue, management and bloodthirsty battle that the series can provide.

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Muv-Luv Alternative is a great title within the genre, as it explores some really interesting sci-fi and political ideas. But at the end of the day you are mainly along for the ride for unsavoury reasons, and that can sometimes eat into the seriousness of the plot. I mean, just look at those uniforms!

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7 / 10 - Townsmen
Jan 5, 2017

I think it’s fair to say that Townsmen isn’t going to be the deepest or most engaging game that you’ll play this year, but for me, it still manages to tick the two most important boxes that make me like it regardless.

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Sep 2, 2016

It’s an interesting mix between butt-kicking horde fighting and resource-managing tower defence that challenges you to find the right mixture between the two

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The classical ensembles feel like John Williams has personally escorted you on your mission and is with you to blow the enemy to bits with nothing but sheer musical brilliance

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