Dylan Burns


19 games reviewed
68.4% of games recommended

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Dylan Burns
C - Rage 2
May 21, 2019

When everything clicks, Rage 2 is a crazy fun ride that manages to get the heart pumping with bloodlust. I just wish that the open world was more compelling

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Dylan Burns

It may not be the prettiest way to play Saints Row but it’s hard to care about the technical nitty-gritty. This is a fun, engaging port that will offer many hours of open world shenanigans.

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Dylan Burns
May 5, 2019

Despite a few issues regarding in-game currency and unlockables, MK11 is the best the franchise has ever been. Fans of one-on-one fighters and/or over-the-top gore shouldn’t hesitate to buy

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Dylan Burns
Nov 7, 2018

This latest Assassin's Creed entry is a enormous AC experience and delivers one of the deepest, most refined experiences in recent years.

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Dylan Burns
Sep 26, 2018

Armello has almost as many versions as Skyrim, but if you don’t already own it, it’s an interesting take on the virtual board game. The cards you use are beautifully illustrated and the battle-chess animations as the characters do battle connect satisfyingly with your chosen actions.

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Dylan Burns
Unscored - We Happy Few
Aug 30, 2018

Perhaps time will iron out many of the issues as this still feels like a living document being tweaked by the creators. But as a paid game at retail, it’s just not good enough to recommend.

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Unscored - Strange Brigade
Aug 27, 2018

I’ve had a blast with Strange Brigade in single player. There’s just enough hook to keep you replaying levels for the secrets and puzzles you missed, and while the campaign tends to repeat notes across different scales, the act of killing nasty monsters never gets old. If you’ve pined for more Mercenaries modes these past few years, this will well and truly scratch that itch.

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Unscored - Paladins
Jun 25, 2018

I enjoyed it in handheld mode, with only a few moments of tiny text marring the experience. Docked mode reportedly offers a more stable frame rate and higher resolution, but this is hardly a title where you need to worry about graphical effects. It’s just fine in handheld and, quite frankly, part of what makes gaming on the Switch so exciting in the first place.

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Dylan Burns
May 23, 2018

All said, while I appreciated what the game was trying to do, I only persisted in order to review it. Obscure sequences got in the way of the narrative and those loading times made everything more horrifying than intended.

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Dylan Burns
Apr 9, 2018

Burnout Paradise Remastered is a crazy and exhilarating vehicular playground. It may not be the most alive or even the largest city in gaming, but there’s an intimate and comfortable magic on display that keeps you addictively on the lookout for tell-tale yellow gates.

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Dylan Burns
Mar 8, 2018

You’re better off with just about any other gun-focused RPG on the market, but if you’re in the mood for something more unforgiving than your Destinies and Borderlands, this is the game for you.

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Dylan Burns
Feb 18, 2018

An interactive story like nothing I’ve played, I couldn’t recommend Night in the Woods as a light experience. It is, however, quite an interesting and impactful one, and one that has kept me thinking, even as I write this review.

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Dylan Burns
Nov 28, 2017

The whole time I was playing Payback, I was thinking “I’d be much better off just replaying Burnout Paradise or one of the Forza Horizons”, which is sad but true.

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Dylan Burns
Unscored - Golf Story
Oct 18, 2017

The dry Aussi-ness of Golf Story wins through. I still can’t quite tell if the developers secretly hate golf and the whole thing is a big piss take. Either way, it comes across as well-meaning and tongue-in-cheek. I even chuckled a few times at the charming innocence of this world where everyone loves golf and all the world’s problems can be solved with a handful of balls and a good swing. Wouldn’t it be nice?

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Dylan Burns
Sep 27, 2017

Everything that makes Dishonored great is distilled into a handful of brilliant, extensive missions that will take hours each to enjoy.

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Dylan Burns
Sep 12, 2017

Mario & Rabbids is far more than ‘my first strategy game’. It manages to make Rabbids likeable and even at times quite funny. The mashing with the Mario-verse means that everything feels vibrant and Nintendo-esque.

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Unscored - Ironcast
Aug 15, 2017

I've found Ironcast to be an addictive title that keeps me coming back for more, even up against all the other fun titles vying for my time on the Switch. The price point of just over $20 AUD is reasonable. I've gotten a good five or six hours so far out of it and can see myself coming back for more.

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Dylan Burns
Mar 21, 2017

Torment is a sedate but deep narrative experience that speaks to the patient, studious gamer. Despite feeling at times like a game out of time, its charm manages to shine through and the strong writing and weird narrative more than make up for the lack of AAA elements.

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Dylan Burns
Feb 16, 2017

Hitman is an amazing return to form, particularly after the mess that was Absolution. There are so many hours of experimentation to be had in each level. Addictive and challenging. A must have.

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