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Casey Scheld


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332 games reviewed
53.1 average score
60 median score
19.0% of games recommended
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6 / 10 - Pride Run
Oct 11, 2019

Those looking for a challenging rhythm game in Pride Run best keep on marching, but RTS fans may get a kick out of its unique management mechanics. Those that can deal with some frustration can experience what is quite possibly the most unique game of the year.

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4 / 10 - The Grandmaster
Oct 7, 2019

The Grandmaster is overly simplistic by design, but this clicker proves to be too repetitive for its own good. It serves as a serviceable time waster, but it lacks the staying power to keep people coming back.

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6 / 10 - Skyrift
Oct 3, 2019

Skyrift's defensive style of play provides fast-paced arcade action, albeit with a few quirks. It's not the deepest game around, but those looking for a different kind of bullet hell could do far worse than this title.

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The idea of dating the figurehead of KFC is a novel one, but I Love You, Colonel Sanders! is a joke with no punchline. Dipping into the absurd is fine, but the lack of follow-through makes this visual novel drier than the fast food chain's biscuits.

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3 / 10 - Speedrun Squad
Sep 23, 2019

A very select few might appreciate the back to basics platforming found in Speedrun Squad, but most people will be turned off by its simplicity and lack of effort put in its design.

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7 / 10 - Lyser
Sep 16, 2019

Lyser takes a simple concept and adds a refreshing level of complexity to it. Though it takes a while for things to get going, this puzzle game is an entertaining, if short, way to tax your mind.

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4 / 10 - Cafe Crush
Sep 12, 2019

Coffee addicts might dig Cafe Crush's setting, but most visual novel fans will be turned off by its poor voice acting and uninspired dialog.

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Kid's Safety With George Blessure had the bare minimum of effort put into its design. Its incredibly short runtime is already far too long for what it sets out to do.

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Sep 2, 2019

River City Girls gives the beat-em-up genre a new lease on life with its solid combat, stellar spritework, and sprawling world. Those that can stomach some backtracking will find an adventure worthy of biffing a few baddies over.

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Aug 29, 2019

Though Who Are You, Mr. Cooper? channels the spirit of the choose-your-own-adventure books from long ago, the end result is less than stellar. Its heavy reliance on luck and rote repetition lead to a somewhat rough execution.

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