Sarah Ellen


16 games reviewed
75.0% of games recommended
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Sep 21, 2020

For advanced players, it may be more of the same with a different paint job, but as someone who has had less engagement with RTS titles as a whole, Iron Harvest has been a really solid introduction for me.

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Overall it is a great port with a couple of nice little additions for Nintendo fans and has some medium-term appeal for people who want to play in portable mode or with other Nintendo Switch owners. I wouldn’t trade in my current-gen versions of the game, but would definitely buy in order to have one of the best isometric action RPGs on Nintendo’s flagship console.

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Burn that workplace incident form right now because I don’t care if a pile of dead mobs are blocking your emergency exit; I am having too much fun.

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May 26, 2020

All in all, Dread Nautical is a reasonably unremarkable game. It does well with the foundational ideas of the genres that it utilises and meets its objectives with a suitable story. However, it is more of a novelty than an advancement.

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Unscored - The Sims 4
Nov 30, 2017

That was where I found that The Sims 4 sparkled – in the moments when I did nothing at all. And it almost felt insulting that the game didn’t exactly trust me to do anything. In passive view it is pristine, but the minute that I tried to do something it baffled, confuddled, and told me that I just did not have the skills to do things right.

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Feb 13, 2017

Poochy and Yoshi’s Woolly World is a stellar platformer for the 3DS with plenty of challenge and packed full of charm

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Unscored - Death Squared
Aug 9, 2017

there is nothing like sitting with your significant other, each holding a Joy-Con, and jointly working out how to meet the objective of each stage.

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Unscored - Puyo Puyo Tetris
May 16, 2017

I can pick it up invaluable minutes of spare time, play in friendly bouts with others, or be seriously engaged and strategic – either on a large screen or on a tablet. It does not feel as if anyone is significantly disadvantaged in how they choose to approach Puyo Puyo Tetris, and that is something that I haven’t said about many games recently that have tried to balance the solo/co-op/online experience.

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Unscored - Perception
Jun 25, 2017

It’s worth a go just to show that game developers are continuing to have amazing ideas to change gameplay, but finish it as quickly as you can and move on.

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Oct 5, 2017

The combat mechanics make sense right from the start, which is refreshing for an RPG, but they are further complimented with an element of strategy to make Lacrimosa of Dana shine.

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