Joe Merrick


6 games reviewed
83.3 average score
80 median score
100.0% of games recommended
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Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition is a solid fighting game. It expertly meshes the gameplay of Dynasty Warriors and The Legend of Zelda with a decent story and a massive amount of content. It’s not perfect, but it’s a lot of fun and immensely satisfying to just plough through scores of enemies in a single hit.

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Mar 11, 2018

Overall, Bridge Constructor Portal is a fun game if you like physics-based puzzles. It requires thought so you will get some decent length playing, but there is often a lot of setup in getting the bridges ready and testing if it works. It’s a nice, fun, solid puzzle game.

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Aug 18, 2017

It has taken a fan game to bring Sonic back to where he belongs – a two-dimensional platformer full of thrills, spills and 90s gaming nostalgia

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9 / 10 - Fast RMX
Apr 4, 2017

FAST RMX is a game that you have to get if you like your futuristic racers, and even if you don't. While sometimes in the single player it feels like the AI is completely stacked against you, it's a fun game - especially with friends. If Nintendo doesn't bring F-Zero back but Shin'en continue with this series and keep quality at this level, I'd be very content.

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8 / 10 - BYE-BYE BOXBOY!
Mar 28, 2017

Overall, this game is a decent swansong to the BOXBOY! series, if it is indeed the end. While its puzzles aren't as revolutionary or unique as the original game, they're still a lot of fun to play through and it's nice to bring the story of Qbby to a close. It's definitely worth a play for puzzle fans, platforming fans and BOXBOY! fans alike.

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8 / 10 - BOXBOXBOY!
Jun 28, 2016

BOXBOXBOY! is a decent successor to the original. While it doesn't bring too much new to the fold, it's still a joy to play and can be a real head-scratcher. It's worth playing if you're new to the series, and, if you enjoyed BOXBOY!, why haven't you already started stacking?

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