Dylan Siegler


17 games reviewed
82.9 average score
85 median score
82.4% of games recommended
Scores 7.7 higher than average

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NieR:Automata remains one of the greatest games of this generation, if not of all time. And with all of the game's content available in one complete package, there's no excuse to not check it out now. If you're someone who already owns the game, however, the Game of the YoRHa Edition doesn't offer much for you to justify buying it again.

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Whereas the first episode was emotional, tense, and compelling, this second episode kind of feels like it's just getting itself from point A to point B in the story. It's not a bad episode, but it feels very underwhelming when compared to the first.

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Nov 9, 2018

Tetris Effect is a great take on a classic formula. The immersive visuals and music add a new layer that Tetris fans didn't even know we needed.

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Nov 1, 2018

It may not be the near-perfect masterpiece I consider Undertale to be, but it successfully holds onto much of what made the first game great while making adjustments and finding its own place as well.

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There are aspects that can definitely use some more fleshing out in future episodes, but the new season feels like it's on its way to potentially achieving the same level of greatness as its predecessor.

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Sep 17, 2018

It's a game worth checking out, but is far from the great narrative experiences other games of this type have come to be known for.

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Minor nuisances aside, Shadow of the Tomb Raider is a great way to end Lara's origin story.

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[The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit is] a fun adventure with an emotional narrative, interesting characters and relationships.

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Jun 4, 2018

Vampyr is very ambitious and presents a lot of cool and interesting ideas, but just doesn't quite hit its mark.

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May 24, 2018

[Detroit: Become Human] is a social revolution simulator, where most of your choices actually matter, the story and characters are engaging and moving and the amount of narrative content is incredibly massive.

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Is this game as good as the original Life is Strange? Personally, I don't think so. But it's still great nonetheless and definitely shouldn't be missed by fans of the first game.

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If you're a more hardcore [Life is Strange] fan, this episode is certainly worth a playthrough as it provides a more relaxed and carefree, yet melancholic and tragic, epilogue to the Max and Chloe saga of Life is Strange.

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The overall story stayed interesting throughout, the characters were complex, the bigger themes were brilliant and it was a generally emotional and expertly executed second trip to Arcadia Bay.

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Some things are better, some things are worse and some things are just different. So I don't think that Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon can replace Sun and Moon, but rather they kind of just sit beside them. I don't know that I'd recommend one set of games over the other; instead, I'm just kind of glad that I played both of them.

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While a few problems are certainly present, Life is Strange: Before the Storm is still on the right track. The characters and plot points remain interesting and the choices, when real choices, are very well thought out.

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'Awake' is a great start to what I hope will ultimately be a great game. As a follow-up to Life is Strange, a game that is near and dear to my heart, I think Before the Storm is definitely on the right track and I eagerly await the remaining episodes.

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Aug 19, 2017

Undertale is a wonderful game on every level. The music is awesome, the gameplay is fun, the lore is deep, the characters are great, the humor is hilarious and the story is terrific.

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