Dylan Burns


22 games reviewed
63.6% of games recommended
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Sep 9, 2019

While it starts shaky, Greedfall grows into a comforting and satisfying RPG. It may feel a bit behind the times, but the art design and original story should be given credit and it is good to see this developer releasing something that mostly delivers on its promise.

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Aug 25, 2019

If you missed the second game’s release, this package is well worth getting. My competitiveness has waned over the years, so I’m happy just to get through each level, but there is definitely depth on offer if you choose to knuckle down and perfect each murder box.

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Jun 13, 2019

If you’re absolutely over Diablo 3 but still hankering for some fantasy action, then Chaosbane will more than happily scratch that itch. Even as I started to tire of certain aspects, I found it hard to put down. Indeed, my coffee went cold several times, which is as good an endorsement as I can probably give!

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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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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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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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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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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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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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