Katrina Lind


7 games reviewed
69.3 average score
80 median score
71.4% of games recommended
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1 / 10.0 - We Happy Few
Aug 22, 2018

We Happy Few: The question becomes, how much joy can the player take?

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8 / 10.0 - Overcooked 2
Aug 11, 2018

'Overcooked 2' is still the fun, chaotic multiplayer cooking experience. For those returning to the game, it may feel more like an expansion upon the first, but new players are welcomed and can find the game easily adaptable.

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7 / 10.0 - A Case of Distrust
Feb 25, 2018

A Case of Distrust has very stunning minimalist visuals, strong dialogue, but lacks a cohesive story which is ultimately is the game's most fatal flaw.

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7 / 10.0 - Beholder
Jan 16, 2018

'Beholder' effectively captures a dystopian society from the perspective of the middleman. The game is a welcomed addition to any indie library, despite the few flaws it contains. I highly recommend this game for anyone who enjoys dystopian and task-based adventure games.

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The first installment in "Life is Strange: Before the Storm" blew me out of the water. The Game's clever use of literary allusions, coupled with the impressive dialogue and impeccable playlist makes 'Awake' a beautiful exploration of depression.

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8 / 10.0 - Tacoma
May 25, 2017

It's hard not to think of Tacoma as a game or even a narrative piece, but the truth is that Tacoma is an interactive experience. It might not reward you in the same ways as other games, or books, or even plays. It's a different kind of medium, where you get out of it what you put into it. I say play Tacoma, it might not tickle you in the same way it does me, but if you enjoy Sci-Fi and digging through people's personal lives, you'll dig Tacoma.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Slayaway Camp
Nov 27, 2016

Slayaway Camp does exactly what it sets out to do: it makes you giggle and provides a vast series of fun logic puzzles. Its creativity, charm, and clear love for this specific kind of nostalgic film subculture make it worth playing for even the puzzle-game averse.

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