Ty Arthur


97 games reviewed
74.0 average score
80 median score
54.8% of games recommended
Scores 2.9 higher than average

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This "major" expansion is anything but, with a disappointing lack of levels and worthwhile extra content for Vermintide 2 fans.

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Aug 9, 2019

Terribly dated visuals and wonky movement mechanics get in the way of what should be an amazing ninja slice 'n shoot adventure.

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Aug 7, 2019

Gorgeous graphics and excellent sound design don't make up for a lack of gameplay and an extremely short playtime.

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The turn-based strategy game of the year has arrived, and the unexpected transition from fantasy to sci-fi is handled superbly.

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Only minor tweaks and additions arrive to change the formula, so if you loved the first game you'll get plenty more to enjoy, but if you hated it...

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Jul 3, 2019

If you want a new, randomized strategy title for the PSVR that you can sink dozens of hours into, Mini-Mech Mayhem should be on your wishlist immediately.

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Jun 18, 2019

With a distinct lack of hand holding, in-depth investigative mechanics, and a solid mix of open world design with mythos monsters, The Sinking City is the standard for Lovecraftian games.

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The jump scares are more visceral in VR, and you get some nifty new mini games, although all the same weaknesses from the main series are still here with Help Wanted.

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May 28, 2019

While there are some noticeable limitations compared to other games in the genre, Chaosbane is a worthy addition to the ARPG realm for Warhammer fans.

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May 27, 2019

Blood & Truth is the full action blockbuster experience, with a few limitations to keep in mind.

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May 22, 2019

Is Pathologic 2 a triumph of artistic expression showcasing how games don't have to follow a formula and can more than you expect? Unquestionably, yes! Do I ever want to load it up again, though? Hell no.

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May 21, 2019

If you don't mind being actively abused and tortured for hours on end, Vambrace can become extremely addicting for fans of either Darkest Dungeon or classic SNES RPGs.

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May 20, 2019

With wonky mechanics and a lack of immersion, this is less a virtual golf simulator and more of a boring golf mini game that just happens to have some fun waifu eye candy.

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May 6, 2019

Epic store exclusive Close To The Sun offers a solid mix of SOMA-style horror with BIoschock style locations and story.

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Apr 26, 2019

Get ready to die with another killer 2D souls-like that flips the script in several ways for a refreshing take on the genre.

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All you fantasy fans who have ever wanted to hurl fireballs and launch lightning bolts at hordes of goblins are in for a treat with The Wizards VR... although there are some wonky controls to deal with.

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Feb 26, 2019

With humor, stylish visuals, and solid shooting mechanics, Bolverk Games' Dick Wilde 2 is a great little VR diversion for those that dig on-rails shooters.

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PSVR players who have been craving a more complete stealth horror experience have something to look forward to with Intruders, although it does suffer from some noticeable limitations still.

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The VR Mode is the big draw of Bandai Namco's new flight combat simulator, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, but it is more limited than you might have hoped.

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Last Year is fairly limited right now and needs some major additions in the coming months, but its an overall solid entry in the asymmetric horror genre.

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