Mark Sammut


20 games reviewed
67.5 average score
70 median score
40.0% of games recommended
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May 18, 2017

Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs is a safe bet for anyone looking to scratch an old tactical JRPG itch. It may not reinvent any part of the wheel, but it reconstructs it in a way that is quite admirable.

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Apr 24, 2017

For its asking price of $19.99/£19.99, ArmaGallant feels short on content. Yes, it does offer a unique and polished experience, but with only two maps and one game type to choose from, it almost feels like it should be a free-to-play version of the full title.

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Jan 17, 2017

Fate/Extella offers mindless fun, sure, but there are a slew of other Musou titles also available on PS4, and nearly all of them are superior to this.

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Dec 28, 2016

Different Cloth’s Drive!Drive!Drive! is ambitious and could have been great. Instead, it is a decent entry that could, maybe, be a solid launching pad for future sequels.

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7 / 10 - Alchemic Jousts
Dec 9, 2016

For such a seemingly bare-bones title, Alchemic Jousts is sure packed to the brim with stuff to do.

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8 / 10 - Steins;Gate 0
Nov 22, 2016

Steins;Gate 0 is an easy recommendation… it is a well-written adventure, with a great sense of tension and brilliantly-written characters.

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Nov 5, 2016

It may not offer much of a challenge or much in the way of innovation, but Ginger: Beyond the Crystal is a decent way to pass a few hours if you’re hankering for a new old-school platformer.

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9 / 10 - Darkest Dungeon
Oct 29, 2016

Darkest Dungeon offers a robust and efficient experience that is not afraid to let the player truly go through the trials and errors that would come with such a mission.

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Space Hulk Ascension is a love letter to the source material. Not a single pixel does not show the passion and respect that the makers must have for the original board game.

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Oct 17, 2016

Often A Bastard’s Tale ends up feeling like less of a game based on skill and timing and more on just blind luck.

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