Chad Goodmurphy


189 games reviewed
69.0 average score
70 median score
40.7% of games recommended
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Sep 14, 2016

NHL 17 marks another step forward for the already great franchise, and is easily the best hockey game to date.

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What makes Resident Evil 4 such a tense, unnerving and challenging experience is that it isn’t afraid to throw the kitchen sink at you from time to time, nor does it shy away from epic boss fights.

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82 / 100 - Hue
Aug 29, 2016

What's especially impressive about Hue – outside of its smart puzzle design and interesting take on colour as a tool – is that it doesn't discriminate.

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Aug 21, 2016

Obliteracers is a solid and nice-looking kart racer that is ballsy enough to do its own thing. Whether it's successful or not will depend on how many people buy it, and whether those folks become invested enough to populate an online community for months to come. At this point in time, only those who love to battle friends in local action need apply.

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is a decent sequel, but it's not the game that we were hoping for. There's a lot to like, but a lack of polish, a short runtime and a missing wow factor keep it from being great.

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Jul 21, 2016

Moon Hunters is a welcomed addition to the PlayStation 4's library, which offers interesting, immersive and unique gameplay. It is not without its faults, nor perfect on a technical level, but is very much worth your time and money.

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Carmageddon: Max Damage could have been fun, but low production values, terrible controls, spastic AI and a general lack of care make it an easy pass.

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With LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens, TT Games has shown its fans that it's listening. By adding new features and limiting the series' oft maligned about tedium, the studio has delivered one of its better games.

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Like those before it, Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games had a chance to be a lot of fun, but ended up being a mixed bag featuring both tedium and frustration. It has its moments, and some decent takes on events that we'll see in Rio de Janeiro this summer, but questionable design choices, frustratingly inconsistent AI, occasionally annoying control schemes and a lack of care for the player have all led it to mediocrity.

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Deadlight: Director's Cut is worth a look if you're new to this post-apocalyptic tale. However, if you've already played through the game in its original state, there's little reason to return.

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