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Donnie Reece

Atlanta, GA
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Favorite Games:
  • The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD
  • The Last of Us
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

29 games reviewed
79.3 average score
82 median score
65.5% of games recommended
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75 / 100 - Sea of Thieves
Apr 4, 2018

Rare’s latest game has been unshackled from beta for a few weeks now, and lately, I have been trying to pioneer the PSVG Squad into playing more and more of this game to see what it offers. Some of our team members have also played the beta version of this extensively, and so they knew what most of this game offered from the get-go. Having only played it fresh from its official release myself, I have seen a metric crap-ton of what the game has to give and am now more than happy for me to give a quick judgment for you to see right here before we dig into the gritty details.

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65 / 100 - The Long Reach
Mar 26, 2018

A dark and pixelated adventure game as arrived on the Nintendo Switch, should you play it?

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79 / 100 - The Coma: Recut
Dec 28, 2017

You know – Back when we were trying to figure out what we wanted to do, we had this little thing on YouTube called ‘Reviews Done Quick’ – At its best it was a 60-90 second take on a video game aimed at helping people know what they needed to know without wasting their time. At its worst – It was selfish excuse to not write 18 paragraphs describing our reactions and impressions to a video game 🙂 The jokes on us, it took way longer to edit those videos than writing 18 paragraphs lol. But due to my lack of time this holiday season, I thought you know what really need the “RDQ” treatment? Our ACTUAL written reviews. So with that intro, please let me provide to you my “Review Done Quick” attempt using one of my favorite indie releases on Nintendo Switch – The Coma Recut.

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Aug 31, 2017

Kyle and Donnie sit down to chat about Naughty Dogs latest release: Uncharted: The Lost Legacy. Does it meet the usual Naughty Dog bar of quality? How is it to play Uncharted with Nathan Drake? Is this really a stand-alone game? All this and much, much more!

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8.8 / 10.0 - Splatoon 2
Aug 28, 2017

Caroline, Kyle, and Donnie take a super deep dive on the Nintendo Switch’s latest game, Splatoon 2. Listen in and find out everything you need to know regarding all the good, and bad, the Switch’s latest splatterfest has to offer!

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60 / 100 - Miitopia
Aug 15, 2017

Miitopia is a great entry into RPG’s for young or new gamers and can offer some laugh out loud moments. That isn’t enough to make up for the long campaign, repetitiveness, and bland battle system to warrant your $40.

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Aug 8, 2017

I’ve played almost 30 hours of Implosion for Nintendo Switch and I wanted to share my thoughts of the game, with you. Let me know what you think on Twitter or in the comments section on our website!

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50 / 100 - Infinite Minigolf
Aug 2, 2017

It's arcady/goofy putt-putt Character customization offers tons of options Course creators is easy to use

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Jul 17, 2017

Seldom does a game come around so powerful that it leaves a long-lasting impact on the player. An experience so dramatic, that is forces those who played it to reflect on their own lives in the real world, outside of the game. That Dragon, Cancer is that game. That Dragon, Cancer is a two hour-ish click adventure game that you can play on PC via Steam or iOS device around $10. That Dragon, Cancer focuses more on narrative than it does gameplay, a trend that has led many titles being dubbed as walking simulators (some positively, others not so much). That Dragon, Cancer however is one walking simulator you should play. It’s true, there is not much more to do in That Dragon, Cancer besides walking around and interacting (point & click) with objects. In the short time you’ll play the game you will encounter a curveball here and there that spices up the fun. Whether it is a kart race around a room, some interesting puzzles to crack or a side-scrolling retro platformer, there are parts in the game that add enough interaction to warrant That Dragon, Cancer classified as a video game and not just a visual novel.

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Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia launched on 3DS here in America back on May 19th. The latest entry into the Fire Emblem Series is actually a full remake / re-imagining (whatever you prefer to call it) of Fire Emblem Gaiden. Gaiden was released back in 1992 on the Famicom (Japanese NES) and the game was only available in Japan until 2009 when the game was released on the Wii Virtual console albeit still only in Japan.

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