Mack Ashworth


22 games reviewed
72.1 average score
70 median score
47.6% of games recommended
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The developers should be commended on their efforts here, and I’m excited to see how much further the Switch can be pushed.

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Oct 1, 2020

Hades takes the hated cycle of retrying the same checkpoint over and over again, flips it on its head with rewarding progression, and makes the player genuinely look forward to starting anew. Gods, it’s impressive!

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8.5 / 10.0 - Battlefield 1
Oct 18, 2016

Though the “1” in its name may officially stand for the Great War, it could also represent the rebirth of a franchise that took a bit of a beating with Battlefield 4, went down an awkward path with Hardline, before finally rising as the Battlefield title that simply all shooter fans must buy.

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With all things considered, Call of Duty Black Ops 4 achieves its score with room to improve… or plummet.

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Ultimately, The Division 2 is a safe sequel for Massive Entertainment to have made and is a safe purchase for anyone looking to grind for loot in a well-paced, co-op experience set within a gorgeous open world.

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Sep 4, 2019

If you’re any kind of shooter fan, this game has earned your attention.

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Jul 14, 2020

Ghost of Tsushima is a worthy addition to the roster of must-play PS4 exclusives that have kept players loyal to the console.

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Horizon Zero Dawn is a 2017 Game of the Year contender that is still well worth playing in 2020.

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For $50, players are getting 7-9 hours of story missions, combined with the optional 10+ hours of side content, much of which is collectible hunting. That doesn’t strike me as a great deal at launch, but the free upgrade from PS4 to PS5 does help soften the blow. When the price is right for you, this PlayStation exclusive comes with my recommendation, as it further bolsters Sony’s arsenal as we enter the next generation and beyond.

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is yet another big win for Treyarch Studios. Despite the reduced development time between releases and the current state of the world, Treyarch has produced one of the better multiplayer/co-op/campaign combinations. If the devs stick to its roadmap for upcoming content, including the syncing of Cold War weapons to Warzone, then I’m confident players will be happy with this package.

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