Ryan Welch


86 games reviewed
78.0 average score
80 median score
82.6% of games recommended
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Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days is a frustrating experience with little else to help make it stand out among other heist games. At this point, it might be time to just let Reservoir Dogs be a classic movie instead of a gaming franchise.

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Jul 5, 2018

At its heart, Shape of the World is an exploration game that will let you leisurely explore a colorful world with rich visuals. But that's about it. It is definitely not my type of game, but it may be for you. I suggest looking for a demo so you can give it a try.

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Apr 9, 2018

For younger gamers, Ark Park is a nice explorative VR game. There are many dinosaurs to see and breed for your park. For older gamers, the game is lacking in things to do and is not as immersive as I would like.

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May 3, 2018

Wild Guns Reloaded is a great pickup if you enjoy the original game. If you have never played, then it can be a frustrating experience, especially on single player. The new characters and stages are fun, but the game gets repetitive pretty quickly. It can be an enjoyable co-op experience if you don't mind the repetitive gameplay aspects.

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The remaster of Ghostbusters: The Video Game has a specific audience. That audience, because of my love of the franchise, includes me. However, I don't consider this game to be a "must play." The remaster helped improve the graphic quality, but it still feels like an average game from yesteryear. If you love Ghostbusters, then you will love the story and voice cast, for obvious reasons.

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May 13, 2019

In a way, game mechanics of Degrees of Separation keep you from having a fun, immersive experience. The collecting of scarves takes you out of the story, which is unfortunate. The narrator continually gives you clues and story exposition, but it's easy to ignore as you get knee deep in finding the scarves. It's a shame, really. The narrator's voice acting is lovely and the story is very sweet and endearing. It's a fantasy story with star crossed lovers that can't be together. The focus should be on the story and not finding scarves. Degrees of Separation can be enjoyed in small bursts, but overall it's hard to recommend.

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Jan 17, 2019

Override: Mech City Brawl has a great premise but is a bit bare bones. The multiplayer modes are a good start, but there needs to be more in order to draw players in. The cities are a bit lifeless (which makes it easier to destroy, I guess). Hope some more content will breathe life into this Mech game.

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Sep 24, 2018

Lake Ridden is a short, story-driven game with a spooky, supernatural vibe. The puzzles range from just the right amount of difficulty to being way too hard. The story has moments of interest, but not enough keep me engaged throughout the entire playthrough.

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Apr 10, 2018

The potential is there. The action, especially against the giant Ravenii, can be pretty fun. However, the repetition and bland environments take away the potential enjoyment of Extinction.

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Aug 7, 2020

There is a ton of potential in it's current state, but needs some additional content to really flush out the game. The core gameplay is incredible, but is it enough to keep players coming back? I would love to see a future roadmap for additional content. If players know that more content is coming, then I truly believe Skater XL will live up to the potential and be a standout skating simulator for years to come.

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