Alex Hudson


13 games reviewed
69.2 average score
70 median score
23.1% of games recommended
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An extremely slow start to Minecraft's first story adventure, but it's a game made with a clear love for the original and is bound to please most younger fans.

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Oct 14, 2015

A great simulation game that recalls the glory days of Theme Hospital et al. Although at times it almost feels like a psychology study of the player rather than the inmates.

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A useful expansion that unlike most doesn't ignore the failings of the original, although even with the improvements Beyond Earth still isn't as engrossing as the real Civilization.

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Oct 20, 2015

A spirited attempt to reinvent Guitar Hero and the music game genre, but the freemium approach to additional content has its obvious drawbacks.

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6 / 10 - Rebel Galaxy
Oct 22, 2015

It doesn't really do a lot more than what Elite achieved over 30 years ago, but this is a fun and accessible, if rather repetitive, space trading game.

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An excellent ending to an inconsistent but enjoyable season of sharp comedy and surprisingly affecting drama.

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As blatant a clone as you've ever seen, but this is almost as good as the real Left 4 Dead and does have a few extra ideas of its own.

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The best computer role-player of the modern era, whose fantastically complex world and combat works unexpectedly well on consoles.

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7 / 10 - WWE 2K16
Nov 2, 2015

The best WWE game for years, which may seem like faint praise but WWE 2K16 works as both a sports sim and a quality fighter in its own right.

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It's not original, and it's often unfocused, but Darksiders II remains one of the better Zelda clones – even if this slipshod remaster does it few favours.

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