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Oscar Taylor-Kent


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39 games reviewed
79.0 average score
80 median score
64.1% of games recommended

Whatever the reason The King of Fighters XIV feels like it lacks some of the magic of the earlier games. It's a game that really wants to be the "king of fighters" itself, but has forgotten that means having some fun along the way.

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Spirit of Justice proves that Ace Attorney can still manage to be fresh, exciting, and most importantly tell a great story.

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Unifying Japan has never felt so personal. Ascension is as much about your own story as it is about Japan's, and what will be best for your clan is not always necessarily what will be best for you.

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Dec 7, 2016

You can't overlook the originality and the amount of love that oozes from the true heart of Final Fantasy XV.

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Jan 9, 2017

A gorgeous experience from beginning to end.

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Jan 23, 2017

Not only does Tales of Berseria excel in telling a gripping and mature story, but it also has action-packed battles in some stunning environments. At times it can begin to feel a little bit repetitive, but when the writing is good enough to make you want to find out what's going to happen next, and the mechanics that are being repeated are so enjoyable, that's not wholly a bad thing. Fans should definitely enjoy everything on offer here, and newcomers should consider making Berseria their first Tales Of game – it's a real treat through and through.

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Rather than being something that's just inspired by what came before, Resident Evil 7 will likely be inspiring the horror genre directly for a long time to come.

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It's great to see the life of this really fun 3D fighter extended with more content across the board. Picking up Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 again, the mechanics of the fighting are just as easy to get into and as exciting as they were on release. Road to Boruto doesn't add a crazy amount of new content (and considering the anime movie is well over a year old by this point, not all that new), but what it does add is nothing but good. It would have been nice to see more, but there isn't a whole lot more of the Boruto story out there yet. It does prove that more Ultimate Ninja Storm is definitely a good thing — and maybe we'll see it return in the future.

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Mar 29, 2017

JRPGs will never be the same again.

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Score Attack hammers home how straightforward and bland the dungeon design is.

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The loose design of the system embraces the loose nature of actual rap and hip hop.

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Alpha Mission II has some nice ideas, and the occasional spectacular set-pieces that were pretty forward thinking. The armour system feels fun to play around with, and provides a lot of different options to try out over multiple playthroughs, but without more of its own identity there isn’t all that much reason to playthrough it more than once on single or co-op play.

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A stripped back game of duelling, clashing, and waiting for the perfect moment to strike.

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Apr 24, 2017

One of the most refreshing and taxing puzzlers yet.

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May 2, 2017

Being an interesting historical item sadly doesn't make Fatal Fury all that fun these days.

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Jun 9, 2017

One of the most exhilarating and satisfying fighting games to date.

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The definitive way to play Final Fantasy XII.

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Episode Prompto is a mess of ideas that almost hit home.

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