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Marcello Perricone

London

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96 games reviewed
73.1 average score
75 median score
46.9% of games recommended
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Sep 6, 2020

A superhero game where heroes are quite fragile, Marvel's Avengers is constantly in doubt of where it wants to go and ends up arriving nowhere.

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The DLC is an interesting side-expansion of game mechanics, giving you an alternative experience if you’re tired of all the “civilised” Chinese people fighting each other and would like some “barbarians” thrown into the mix. With a choice of starting dates in both 900 and 904, Three Kingdoms: The Furious Wild offers a worthy shot – and as long as you really like nature and tigers, you’re probably not going to be disappointed.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Wasteland 3
Aug 26, 2020

A fantastic RPG that superbly mixes player choice and great combat to something bigger than the sum of its parts.

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Aug 12, 2020

Total War: Troy makes some curious changes to the Total War formula, but the less streamlined resource system, extra micromanagement, and weird mix of reality and mythology work against its favour to create a less than entrancing experience.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Death Stranding
Jul 13, 2020

A masterpiece class of game design which surpasses your every expectation.

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Jul 10, 2020

A worthy 3D follow-up of one of the best 2D adventure games around.

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Jun 16, 2020

A surprisingly polished game that's as immersive and exciting as it is relaxing, Hardspace: Shipbreaker makes disassembling ships in Zero-G a blast.

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Jun 9, 2020

A seemingly faithful adaptation of a German RPG franchise that may be too detached and boring for modern players.

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May 29, 2020

A slight update to models and textures doesn't solve Mafia 2's myriad problems from a decade ago, nor justify a purchase if you don't own it yet.

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Apr 29, 2020

A lore-breaking spinoff that removes most of what makes the new XCOM special and replaces it with short bouts of repetitive tactical combat and bad writing.

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