Adam Mathew


16 games reviewed
80.3 average score
85 median score
68.8% of games recommended
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I'm a diehard fan of the GTA series, but I'm of two minds about this up and down port to the Unreal 4 Engine. The initial wow-factor of the visual upgrade is undeniable, but the more you play it, the more cracks appear in that pretty veneer. Some of those are legacy fissures that have not been repaired. Others are eyesore imperfections wrought by a new team of less-than-master craftspeople.

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Unscored - Battlefield 2042
Nov 11, 2021

Essentially, I'm going to spend a few more days in the trenches to get a better handle on what appears to be, at the time of writing, a promise-filled yet obviously imperfect sequel.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Far Cry 6
Oct 6, 2021

At the end of the day, Far Cry 6 successfully conjures the alluring tropical beauty of FC3's sandbox, FC4's verticality and mountaineering, along with the weirdo weaponry of New Dawn.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Deathloop
Sep 13, 2021

Deathloop is never anything less than absolute edge-of-your-seat gaming

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Aug 19, 2021

Ghost if Tsushima Director's Cut isn't as revolutionary as its invasion-thwarting subject matter, but it's still a damn nice slice of samurai escapism. If nothing else, Sucker Punch has secured a solid new-gen beachhead to (hopefully) launch a multi-sequel assault.

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6 / 10.0 - Sniper Elite VR
Jul 23, 2021

Sniper Elite VR misfires almost as much as it bullseyes

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Jun 9, 2021

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart is a phenomenal, PS5 system seller, and you should invest all your bolts in it.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Returnal
Apr 29, 2021

Returnal makes an important, evolutionary (house)marque on the arcade shooter landscape.

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Nov 11, 2020

Sackboy delivers some damn good jumpy-jumpy material.

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Nov 6, 2020

For a launch title, the worth of Spider-Man: Miles Morales is undeniable. It offers an expensive-TV-justifying visual feast – not to mention a tantalising "What Dreams May Come" glimpse at the sugar encrusted future of eye-candy. (Console hasn't even launched yet and I can feel my eyes getting the diabeetus.) Likewise, it delivers super-fast load times and an immersive, tactile DualSense experience you simply can't 'feel' anywhere else.

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