Sean Davies


209 games reviewed
63.0 average score
70 median score
56.0% of games recommended
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May 8, 2017

A powerhouse of emotional storytelling. Developers Giant Sparrow have taken their previous work on The Unfinished Swan and have improved upon it in every way, creating something truly soul-stirring and evocative with Edith Finch.

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3 / 10 - MechRunner
May 14, 2017

MechRunner offers little more enjoyment or innovation than the thousand of mobile runner games on the market – except it cost at least 10 times more. Sure, it's reasonably pretty, shiny and it does have a catchy soundtrack but the gameplay leaves a lot to be desired. MechRunner is just not fun and a huge disappointment.

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2 / 10 - Tango Fiesta
May 23, 2017

When the game is working as it should, the slick gunplay, simple premise, abrasive sense of humour and clean art style make it an enjoyable playlist co-op game for when you're having some friends over for pizza and gaming. It's a shame that the journey from PC to PS4 has been so rough and that Tango Fiesta is so filled bugs and glitches that I find this version hard to recommend to anyone. Do yourself a favour and go for a Tango Siesta instead (or get the game on PC).

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May 30, 2017

Victor Vran is one of the most enjoyable aRPG's I've played in recent times with some A+ additional content for Metal heads thrown in for good measure.

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Gazillion have created a massive, content filled free-to-play Marvel MMO that can become repetitive if played alone and unbalanced if played on an overpopulated hub or when using XP boosts. Still, the game is great fun with friends when playing through the non-hub areas that's let down by some visual slowdown when the screen gets congested and some uninspired storytelling techniques.

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I found Operation Babel to be a convoluted, overly-complex and uninspiring slog through repetitive dungeons with only a handful of enjoyable moments.

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Jun 21, 2017

WipEout Omega Collection is a turbo boost down memory lane for long time fans in which we get to play 3 of the best games in the series in their best possible light.

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6 / 10 - Perception
Jun 29, 2017

Perception is a narrative horror that tries something a little different and for the majority of the game, it works to great effect. The darkness and sound design as well as some interesting level designs fill the game with enough low level tension to give you a crick in the neck. The visuals aren't always the prettiest, the game strays into the mundane a few too many times and the plot has forgettable moments but the unique premise and fright-inducing chases make Perception a better-than-average title.

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The Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is a fantastic re-introduction to PlayStation's forgotten mascot.

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Jul 11, 2017

Serial Cleaner is a tense, challenging stealth game that'll equally frustrate as much as it entertains.

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