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Casey Scheld


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467 games reviewed
53.7 average score
60 median score
22.7% of games recommended
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Jul 25, 2021

Peekaboo Lite's hide and seek premise looks good on paper, but the awkward execution and hardcore paywall kills any of its potential.

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75 / 100 - Wild Dive
Jul 15, 2021

Wild Dive's first person running action channels the kinetic energy that make Sonic's early 3D outings so great. Although the loose controls take some getting used to, this short but sweet score chaser is well worth the time of any speed freak.

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The world of Super Totally Ultimate Dad Showdown is a mixed bag. Some of the minigames are far better than others, but all those that bring some friends along can have some fun with this free-to-play title.

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50 / 100 - SnOut
Jul 6, 2021

SnOut's combination of Breakout and Snake is great in theory, but the execution leaves something to be desired. There just isn't enough real estate to move around, and the awkward layout means that runs will be over sooner rather than later.

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30 / 100 - Retro Racer
Jul 2, 2021

Retro Racer does the bare minimum needed for the racing genre. The vaporwave aesthetic has been done to death, and the lack of any sort of meaningful content makes this an easy pass.

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65 / 100 - Slappyball
Jun 28, 2021

Slappyball turns the game of volleyball on its head, adding arcade-like elements and zany gameplay into the mix. Though the controls are floaty and the microtransactions gratuitous, this still proves to be a fun party game.

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Jun 13, 2021

Guilty Gear -Strive- sets a new gold standard for fighting games. Everything from the netcode to the presentation has been polished to a shiny sheen, and its incredibly high skill ceiling will keep players coming back for years to come.

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Jun 9, 2021

There's no better way to see the Dragon Ninja Ryu Hayabusa in action than with the Ninja Gaiden: Master Collection. Those that can deal with the odd loading stutter can experience some of the finest hack-and-slash combat on the market today.

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The three button setup of Virtua Fighter 5: Ultimate Showdown has stood the test of time, providing an incredible amount of depth with a strong emphasis on the fundamentals. It's just a shame that the spotty netcode drags down the overall experience; those looking to seek out new challengers best come with a bit of patience.

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Jun 1, 2021

Superstorm Melon Date's dystopian world tries to be original with its bizarre premise, but this visual novel follows the standard tropes of the genre a bit too closely to make a splash.

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