David Brooks


20 games reviewed
67.0 average score
70 median score
40.0% of games recommended
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Feb 6, 2017

If you’re a die-hard RTS fan, Seigecraft Commander and its brand of cheerful, bright and breezy gameplay is enjoyable enough. But without a significantly larger online community, Siegecraft Commander just doesn’t last long enough or offer enough of a challenge to say it stands out.

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Nov 28, 2016

Loading Human is definitely worth a look, as it does offer something unique and the story is certainly intriguing, but it remains a long way from being a must-buy – at least until its inexplicably unreasonable price drops.

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Nov 4, 2016

If you’re desperate for a snowboarding or extreme sports title and you don’t mind putting in the time, Mark McMorris Infinte Air will likely quench that thirst, but don’t expect to be racking up points and hitting perfect lines even after many hours of it.

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6 / 10 - Windlands (VR)
Nov 2, 2016

Initially the small, sub-2GB download had me confused as to how a VR world could take up so little space, but now I realise that’s because it’s mostly bland, empty space and I can’t say that spending £18.99 on a large amount of nothing is particularly appealing.

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7 / 10 - MilitAnt
Jul 21, 2016

The platforming on offer is solid, offering many classic genre tropes and is vaguely reminiscent of early Rayman titles

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7 / 10 - Neon Chrome
Jun 22, 2016

[Neon Chrome‘s] bright and shiny visuals are certainly a pleasure to look at, while the tactical shooting and use of perks offers a different challenge each time you play

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4 / 10 - RETSNOM
May 31, 2016

On the flip side, there’s a quality feel to [RETSNOM]… you can feel the developer’s genuine dedication to his work and that does take the sting out of some of the more painfully frustrating patches

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May 7, 2016

Credit where credit is due, the stylised versions of real cars do look impressive and details such as the shadows from the cars and spare wheels flapping around on the back of the RVs are nice

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8 / 10 - Organic Panic
Apr 15, 2016

Organic Panic! does enough to deserve a place near the top of the pile as it’s more than just another platformer; it’s inventive, amusing and a joy to play

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9 / 10 - 101 Ways To Die
Mar 22, 2016

[101 Ways to Die] looks very slick. It's clearly an indie title at heart, but developers Four Door Lemon have put a lot of effort in and the polish has paid off

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