Pete Davison


13 games reviewed
86.2 average score
90 median score
92.3% of games recommended
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8 / 10 - SeaBed
Mar 25, 2020

SeaBed is a beautiful, emotional work of digital literature that won't be to everyone's taste, but come in with the appropriate expectations and there's a true masterpiece of the visual novel medium waiting to be enjoyed here.

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8 / 10 - Dead or School
Mar 16, 2020

For some, the technical jank may be enough to put them off engaging with Dead or School fully. That'd be a real shame, though; allow yourself to get wrapped up in the narrative, the mechanics, the piles of loot, the beautifully designed stages and the game's wonderful sense of style, and there's something truly special to enjoy here; an honest-to-goodness hidden gem if ever there was one.

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6 / 10 - NinNinDays
Mar 16, 2020

This is a perfectly serviceable visual novel which boasts gorgeous presentation but is held back by its short runtime, lack of narrative ambition and rough edges in terms of localisation.

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7 / 10 - Prison Princess
Feb 4, 2020

Prison Princess is an enjoyable puzzle adventure that combines invigorating brain-teasers with appealing characters, beautiful artwork and an intriguing narrative.

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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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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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May 11, 2014

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

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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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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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Feb 7, 2014

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

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