Steven John Dawson


40 games reviewed
79.0 average score
80 median score
62.5% of games recommended
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7 / 10.0 - Monochroma
Jul 19, 2016

If you've been harkening for something like Limbo, that isn't Limbo, then take a peek at Monochroma. It's a little frustrating to start off, but once you've got the nuances down then it all starts slotting together. As Nowhere Studio's first title, I can only see their future games getting better as they go.

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7 / 10.0 - Bard's Gold
Jul 21, 2016

It’s a fun and rewarding experience given the difficulty that it brings due to it’s 90s platformers inspiration. However, for the price, you could do a lot worse...

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9 / 10.0 - FRU
Jul 30, 2016

FRU delivers the game that the Kinect needs to remain as a viable device. The clever set of mechanics that are on offer means that if you have a Kinect currently gathering dust, you owe it a game of FRU.

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8 / 10.0 - F1 2016
Aug 25, 2016

A marked improvement on last years entry, with plenty of new features to keep all levels of players interested. The new features add much needed playability to the sessions in the career and the manual starts/pit entry and formation laps add the extra sprinkling of realism needed to help it feel more immersive.

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Nov 2, 2016

It’s about time the genre got the kick up the exhaust it needed and VooFoo Studios has given it just that with Mantis Burn Racing.

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5 / 10.0 - Moto Racer 4
Jan 30, 2017

Decidedly average attempt at a reboot of the franchise, with controls that just aren’t fun and load times that sap what was left of any real enjoyment from the title.

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8 / 10.0 - iO
Apr 2, 2017

A simple-on-the-surface, yet tough to master puzzle platformer that will keep you coming back time and time again to obtain the best medals that you can.

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Apr 8, 2017

A nice little real time tactical game that takes cues from The Lost Vikings and brings it up to date, let down by a frustrating control scheme and some odd choices that have made their way to the final game.

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Playground have managed to extract the awesomeness stored in the collective hive-mind of every "big-kid" out there that wants to be able to play with their Hot Wheels sets without strange glances from onlookers. It's a fun outing for the series as a whole and something I hope to see more of down the line.

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9 / 10.0 - DiRT 4
Jun 6, 2017

Excellent. If you're a fan of rally and want an accessible game, go out and buy it. If you want DiRT Rally's level of simulation with more to do, go out and buy it.

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