Dene Benham


32 games reviewed
76.6 average score
78 median score
40.6% of games recommended
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Aug 11, 2014

Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition is as good as it could possibly get. The only problem it has is the obvious one; if you have the original release on PC, or on the last-gen consoles, it's up to you if you want to spend money on an expansion pack.

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8.8 / 10.0 - Forza Horizon 2
Sep 24, 2014

Counterintuitive or not, Forza Horizon 2 is a premier title.

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5.5 / 10.0 - NHL 15
Oct 2, 2014

I have always enjoyed EA's NHL games, and what there is of NHL '15 works. But, it's not what's there that's the issue, it's what's missing. And, for what's missing EA Sports needs to spend a lot of time in the penalty box.

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7.8 / 10.0 - Chariot
Nov 5, 2014

Although not having online co-op is an issue, and there are a few difficulty spikes that might put off younger gamers (as well as less coordinated older gamers), Chariot is a very smart and good looking puzzler.

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8.8 / 10.0 - Far Cry 4
Nov 23, 2014

Ubisoft have shown over the last ten years, with Assassin's Creed and the Far Cry franchise, that if they come up with a good idea they don't mind running with it. Far Cry 4 sticks very closely to the successful formula set out by Far Cry 3. So, if you loved Far Cry 3 you'll love Far Cry 4. However, if you found Far Cry 3 got repetitive, you might get the same feeling with this version.

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Dec 21, 2014

Forza Horizon 2 is awesome. And Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island just adds a bit more to the awesomeness.

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7.9 / 10.0 - The Order: 1886
Feb 22, 2015

Despite being set one hundred years in the past, maybe what The Order: 1886 is actually doing is showing us our gaming future.

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Mar 9, 2015

[A]side from difficulty finding a quick match, and the fact that it's a year old game that looks a lot older as it's being sold at full price, Don Bradman Cricket offers plenty for those that don't have the 2014 version.

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State of Decay has everything you could ever imagine in a zombie game, and than some. But, it still plays and feels like an Xbox Live Arcade game. Thankfully, at around $30, it's priced like one too. Running away from the zombies infesting Trumbull Valley I continually got stuck on invisible obstacles, attacked through walls, and had special powerful zombies appear from nowhere, and disappear just as quickly. But, even that didn't stop me enjoying the game. Despite what you may have heard, shooting zombies in the head and being torn in two by the living dead, never gets old.

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Jun 24, 2015

Admittedly, a port of a fantastic and iconic game. Get it if you want, don't get it if you have any sense. Just be sure to have some cash left over for Street Fighter V next year, and all the other versions that Capcom are going to try to sell you in the years to come.

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