David Treharne


18 games reviewed
70.6 average score
70 median score
33.3% of games recommended
Scores 16.6 higher than average

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David Treharne
7 / 10 - Cloudbase Prime
Jul 26, 2017

With a well chosen soundtrack, uniquely delivered dialogue, and strong visual styling, you don't need to compete with AAAs to make something worthwhile.

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Jun 29, 2017

If you can get your head around the concept that you are just a regular soldier… then you'll find an incredibly unique experience in Rising Storm 2: Vietnam.

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If you're not bothered about extra loot or costumes, then Episode Gladiolus might not be that worthwhile. But if you're a fan who was invested in Final Fantasy XV's main story, finding out what happened to Gladiolus and learning where he got his scar from is a very welcome addition.

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9 / 10 - SUPERHOT (VR)
Jun 5, 2017

I can't stress how much fun SUPERHOT VR is when you become fully immersed… it's like being able to be both John Wick and Neo at once. You can have your cake, eat it, and then be offered seconds.

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7 / 10 - SQUAKE
Mar 3, 2017

For its price, SQUAKE is definitely worth a go if you're looking for something fun to play in short bursts.

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9 / 10 - SpiritSphere
Feb 4, 2017

If you’re looking for something unique with a great replayability factor – and most of all, lots of fun – then SpiritSphere is worth checking out.

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7 / 10 - Pirate Pop Plus
Nov 12, 2016

Playing a Game Boy-inspired game that keeps things mechanically simple and fun is a breath of fresh air.

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8 / 10 - Unbox
Oct 15, 2016

…the movement is incredibly fun to navigate with, and provides an additional layer of challenge that will surprise and go against expectations

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7 / 10 - The Collider 2
Oct 1, 2016

If you enjoy endless runners and fancy yourself taking flight of a ship as a change of pace, or if you’re looking for a VR experience worth your time, The Collider 2 does a good job of providing a fun and addictive game whilst keeping things simple and concise. Get to the end quickly, and do as much as you can on the way. Now do it again, but with more stuff in the way. You’ve most likely played this genre somewhere before, but The Collider 2 has enough going on to make it unique and worth the trouble of buying and giving a try.

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For £7, you have one of the finest examples of not just a shoot’em up, but of any small-scale arcade-style experience game out there

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6 / 10 - Infinium Strike
Sep 12, 2016

If you feel that static/simplified tower defence games are a bore… then maybe Infinium Strike is what you’ve been looking for

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7 / 10 - Muv-Luv
Aug 9, 2016

The second game does much more to impress, and its setting more suited to those who want something a little different from the usual high-school student, slice-of-life experience

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Jul 26, 2016

The Assembly is the kind of story that will stick with you for a while after you’ve finished it, mulling things over in your head for the next few days

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2 / 10 - Energy Hook
Jul 19, 2016

The swinging is ironically the worst part of the game for me. Whilst the running and jumping can be overcome somewhat by accommodating their shortcomings by adapting your play-style, the swinging mechanic can’t be negotiated with

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7 / 10 - Lost Sea
Jul 5, 2016

One of Lost Sea‘s strongest points, the soundtrack is thematic, and keeps you pushing forward through each island in the chain to reach the boss

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To call [Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus] a pure fighting game would be dismissing it as a poorly developed Dynasty Warriors-lite title with some sexy thrown in for good measure

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7 / 10 - Shadwen
May 22, 2016

There’s no option to dodge or avoid the enemy… You can, however, rewind time and try again – an amazing feature that should be in more stealth games

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6 / 10 - NightCry
Apr 17, 2016

As much as I could criticise [NightCry] for its shortcomings, B-Movie dialogue and writing, alongside movement control issues and inconsistent puzzles… the game was quite enjoyable

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