Andrew Logue


38 games reviewed
77.8 average score
80 median score
73.7% of games recommended
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5.5 / 10.0 - Fade to Silence
Apr 29, 2019

Fade to Silence still needs work. It has a solid foundation of survival and crafting mechanics, coupled with great visuals, but is let down by an incoherent story, awful combat, and the glitches that go with it.

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Apr 12, 2017

Average execution across the board makes for an experience that, while not terrible in moment-to-moment gameplay, leaves no lasting impression.

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If you’re desperate to complete your remastered Resident Evil collection, and have never played Resident Evil: Revelations before, the low price point is appealing. The game is certainly worth experiencing for Resident Evil fans, if only for the ridiculous and entertaining plot.

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Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood might be fun during minute-to-minute gameplay, but it is seriously lacking in complexity when it comes to actual “role-playing”. If you’re after an experience akin to Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines, you’ll have to hold out for its sequel.

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Sep 7, 2020

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning still plays much the way it did in 2012 – ambitious in scope but lacking in depth. You may not be compelled to see it through to the end, but you’ll enjoy most of the time spent with it.

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Jul 2, 2019

They Are Billions on console is still a great survival RTS, but is let down by poor controls and variable performance. Despite those issues, I’d recommend it to RTS fans craving new content (it's not as though we get many RTS games on console), but take note it still requires some work.

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7 / 10.0 - Void Bastards
Jun 10, 2019

Void Bastards is great fun in short bursts but is, unfortunately, let down by the limited scope of its environments, with no unique ships or even distinct "boss" encounters.

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Legrand Legacy is a strange proposition: it’s a love letter to JRPGs, produced by a small indie team with AAA ambitions but a small budget, capable of providing over two dozen hours of classic gameplay brought down by some rough edges and bland writing, all priced at what you’d expect for a AA game.

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7 / 10.0 - Shadow Warrior
May 28, 2017

I kept going back to it this time and found myself getting swept up in cathartic violence and juvenile insults for hours at a time.

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7.1 / 10.0 - Blair Witch
Sep 5, 2019

The sights and sounds of the forest keep you unsettled, Ellis’ flashbacks and conversations slowly unravel his past, puzzling and combat is nicely interspersed with exploration, and Bullet is one of my new favourite animal companions in a video game.

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7.1 / 10.0 - ELEX
Nov 19, 2017

Piranha Bytes sticks to what they know best, providing another distinctly Gothic-like RPG, for better and worse.

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7.4 / 10.0 - Pinball FX3
Oct 24, 2017

Performance and controller nit-picks aside, Pinball FX3 is a solid pinball simulator with an impressive amount of content, only let down by the inclusion of overbearing progression systems and annoying UI design.

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Jul 25, 2019

Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a great coop experience that manages to retain several elements of the prior Wolfenstein games – the gunplay, the characters, the excellent writing, and presentation – but changes up the mission-flow, enemy encounters, and the levelling mechanics to better facilitate a faster-paced game.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Let Them Come
Oct 15, 2017

When the gruesome pixel art, amazing soundtrack and arcade-like gunplay come together, Let Them Come is an experience.

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7.5 / 10.0 - The Surge
May 18, 2017

Fast-paced combat, limb-specific attacks, easy to understand crafting, and flexible levelling is what sets The Surge apart from its peers and, at times, puts it ahead of the Souls series. The bulk of the gameplay, and indeed much of the narrative pacing, is lifted straight from Lords of the Fallen and should be familiar to fans of the genre.

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7.9 / 10.0 - The Surge 2
Sep 24, 2019

The Surge 2 doesn’t feel like a massive technological step forward from the original, but on the narrative and gameplay front, it exceeds or refines the experience. Jericho City is a joy to explore, the narrative is more complex, bosses more numerous, and the excellent combat and progression system still engaging.

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Oct 3, 2018

Amnesia: The Collection offers up a good 15+ hours of tense exploration, puzzling, and scares that survival-horror fans should enjoy. With a strong focus on the narrative and mostly linear progression, you're unlikely to play through them more than once, but it's still great value for money.

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8 / 10.0 - The Medium
Feb 2, 2021

As a linear, narrative-driven horror game, The Medium is easy to recommend – and a no-brainer if you have an Xbox Game Pass subscription – thanks to the balance of unsettling exploration, involved puzzles, a handful of terrifying encounters, and frequent narrative beats.

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Nov 23, 2017

A fun but ultimately limited quiz game that’s a great way to entertain guests for a few hours.

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8 / 10.0 - Mr. Shifty
Apr 17, 2017

Mr. Shifty often feels like a low-violence, puzzle-oriented, super-powered version of Hotline Miami. At its very best, it captures the stop-start flow of the original Hotline Miami — observe, plan, and then engage in a glorious display of speed, skill, and violence.

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