Chad Goodmurphy


189 games reviewed
69.0 average score
70 median score
40.7% of games recommended
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Nov 24, 2014

If you thought Far Cry 3 was fantastic, then wait until you get a hold of Far Cry 4. It's not only a great game in its own right, but also a stupendous sequel that manages to expand upon its predecessor's greatness in impressive and memorable ways.

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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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As the introductory episode of Life is Strange, Chrysalis exists as a great beginning, which is full of both intrigue and hints towards greatness. This is a game that feels like it exists in a living world, and it's one that we want to explore more.

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Telltale has hit another home run with the debut episode of its licensed Game of Thrones series. However, it's not going to be for everyone, as it will only appeal to fans of the franchise and may be too wordy for some.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition is a triumphant return to form for one of gaming's most talked-about franchises.

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Konami has claimed the interactive soccer crown with Pro Evolution Soccer 2015. While last year's iteration was an obvious stepping stone, this one is the real deal, and may be the best soccer game ever made.

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Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition is the best way to experience one of the better games from the last-generation of consoles.

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Feb 24, 2014

Although it'd be a lie to say that the PS4 version of Rayman Legends is a lot better than its Wii U predecessor, this newly-updated package is a hit and an absolute steal at $40 USD.

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With Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, Square Enix has provided action gamers with an impressively upgraded version of one of the best games in existence.

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Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is a polished and all-encompassing experience, which pits players into the role of an eighteenth century pirate named Edward Kenway. While it doesn't blow its predecessors out of the water by presenting anything revolutionary, it provides fans with a fine-tuned and expanded take on its series' core foundations.

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