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Casey Scheld


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432 games reviewed
53.4 average score
60 median score
21.8% of games recommended
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Barring its numerous bugs and shoddy netcode, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition captures the spirit of the IP quite well. The leveling system makes the title a bit of a cakewalk, but the presentation makes up for its shortcomings.

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30 / 100 - Red Colony
Jan 17, 2021

Even the most devout survival horror fan will have trouble enjoying Red Colony. The overly basic puzzles, broken combat, and cliché plot all come together to make this a low point of the genre.

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60 / 100 - WRITHE
Jan 14, 2021

Those looking for an arcade-like score chaser will certainly find what they're looking for with WRITHE, but the lack of balance will be a deal-breaker for some. Hardened FPS vets looking to fight against the odds should take up arms, while the more green among us should approach with caution.

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Teenage Blob: Paperson is a diet version of Paperboy, but the unique audiovisual presentation leaves a lasting impression. This is one title you play for the experience, rather than the gameplay – it is up to you if that's what you look for in a title.

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40 / 100 - Circle of Sumo
Jan 8, 2021

Circle of Sumo: Online Rumble! could have been a great party game if it wasn't nickel-and-diming you at every turn. As a result, it provides a cheapened experience that is more interested in your hard-earned cash than a fun experience.

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70 / 100 - Agent Klutz
Jan 4, 2021

Combining rhythm and puzzle games together is a strange combination, but Agent Klutz achieves its mission with relative ease. The short length and repeating levels take away from its longevity, but it is still work an initial playthrough for all would-be secret agents.

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65 / 100 - Arc Apellago
Dec 28, 2020

Arc Apellago's emphasis on speed makes this platformer stand out just enough to make it worth a go. Its short length and nondescript presentation doesn't leave a lasting impression, but the core foundation is solid enough.

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50 / 100 - Double Turn
Dec 23, 2020

Double Turn might pay tribute to the wild and wonderful world of wrestling, but the end result is something not worth tuning into. Those hoping for the next WrestleMania will be sorely disappointed in this one.

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20 / 100 - Rhythm Race
Dec 16, 2020

Rhythm Race makes an attempt to combine the racing and rhythm genres, but the end result is a disjointed mess. The control scheme is far too awkward and overdeveloped for its own good, and the whole package feels broken at a fundamental level.

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65 / 100 - Near DEADLine
Dec 10, 2020

Near DEADLine's twitch-based action is an acquired taste, but those that can get used to its loose controls can find a short-but-sweet time waster that puts the pressure on.

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