Pete Davison


9 games reviewed
92.2 average score
95 median score
100.0% of games recommended
Scores 15.3 higher than average

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GameSpot
Pete Davison
Jul 9, 2015

Square Enix's MMO has gone from turmoil to triumph, but can the latest expansion take it even further?

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USgamer
Pete Davison
Jun 4, 2014

Stunning to look at, slick and fluid to play as well as being a satisfying -- but never insurmountable -- challenge, Astebreed is a top-quality game that everyone with even a passing interest in shoot 'em ups should have in their collection.

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USgamer
Pete Davison
May 11, 2014

A solid arcade hack-and-slash with easy-to-understand, hard-to-master mechanics.

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USgamer
Pete Davison
Apr 14, 2014

A welcome return for Jane Jensen, and the beginning of a potentially fascinating series with an intriguing protagonist. More, please.

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USgamer
Pete Davison

Without a doubt the finest TV-to-video game adaptation for a very long time. South Park is a great RPG, a faithful adaptation of its source material -- and a game that knows when to stop before its shtick becomes tiresome.

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USgamer
Pete Davison
Feb 7, 2014

It's a return to Final Fantasy's roots, and it's beautiful.

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USgamer
Pete Davison
Jan 1, 2014

While the majority of Wii Fit U isn't as "hardcore" as some fitness buffs may like, it does provide an enormously friendly, approachable entry point into the world of exercise for those who may have struggled with motivation in the past. Featuring a swathe of enjoyable games and a wealth of helpful advice, it's a great starting point on a journey towards a leaner, meaner you.

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USgamer
Pete Davison

A solid return to form for a long-running series with a proud heritage -- though right now it's left frustratingly hanging and thus may provide a better experience once it's all wrapped up.

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USgamer
Pete Davison

Square Enix has pulled off the seemingly impossible: rescuing a disastrous flop of an online game without going free-to-play, and creating an incredibly addictive, satisfying experience for both MMO and Final Fantasy veterans in the process. A Realm Reborn is a triumph for Naoki Yoshida and his team.

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