Saul Muscat


8 games reviewed
68.8 average score
70 median score
37.5% of games recommended
Scores 6.0 higher than average

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Saul Muscat
Nov 1, 2017

It's a shame that lack of innovation and some strange design choices hinder it. However, it still remains an enjoyable experience for long-term fans of this almost three decade old franchise, or newcomers alike.

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Saul Muscat
Jul 25, 2017

I really wasn't expecting to be taken as much as I was with Infitite Minigolf. With its cutesy visuals, fun gameplay and strong editing features and customisation options, I couldn't help but constantly smile and enjoy myself during my time with it.

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If you're already previously invested in Operation Babel: New Tokyo Legacy‘s universe, characters and gameplay, then I'm sure there's a lot to like here. However, for a newcomer to the series, the lack of tutorials is frustrating, the environments and world are visually bland, and the gameplay loop not engaging enough to make me want to come back for more.

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Saul Muscat
May 9, 2017

Hilarious and empowering, even if it is frustrating at times, Human: Fall Flat is definitely worth at least one play through.

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5 / 10 - Troll and I
Apr 5, 2017

I’m sure that it will find a small audience and fanbase because of its premise, but for me, a lack of overall presentation, a litany of technical pitfalls and average at best gameplay means it’s best to avoid Troll and I – just as you would Troll’s apparent stench.

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Saul Muscat
7 / 10 - Old Time Hockey
Mar 29, 2017

As long as you're not expecting a simulation heavy, photo-realistic experience, you should find something to enjoy in Old Time Hockey.

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6 / 10 - Warhammer Quest
Mar 8, 2017

Under the hood Warhammer Quest is a good game – at least for a while. The gameplay loop of killing, looting and upgrading is an enjoyable one; it’s just a shame it gets buried underneath a few negative issues, exacerbated by frustrating controls.

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8 / 10 - Semispheres
Feb 14, 2017

The dual reality premise makes Semispheres distinctly unique in its gameplay and is a clever mechanic that other puzzle game developers would do well to take note of.

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