Alex Quevedo


6 games reviewed
71.7 average score
80 median score
83.3% of games recommended
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Sep 13, 2020

The problem is that the game, arguably, struggles with its identity, and therefore can’t really lean into one.

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Ultimately, we get a classic game with a prettier look for some simple racing – and that’s exactly what this needed to be. Star Wars fans should be perfectly content with adding this to their library.

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Apr 21, 2020

Most rooms can be completed in a few minutes, which helps with time management, but it can also become addictive and turn into a longer session if you’re successful.

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For me, the gameplay experience is just such a drag with its inconsistencies and its difficulty that it’s hard to really connect with it. So in another way, it’s not worth the time.

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Oct 25, 2019

It’s a good package and certainly worth your time.

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Mar 21, 2017

There was a point while playing through Horizon: Zero Dawn where I questioned how much longer I needed to be at social events because, you know, time in Aloy’s shoes. Or, rather, I skipped out on events entirely so I can play the game. Other times, it was that “well, I could do just one more quest…” feeling. Early on, that’s how I knew this game was worth it. It sucks you in for all the right reasons but won’t overly dominate your life like some other games can (I didn’t cancel that many plans, thank you).

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