Sherif Saed


14 games reviewed
74.4 average score
80 median score
55.6% of games recommended
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Aug 18, 2022

It’s easy to recommend Midnight Fight Express. For one thing, it’ll launch into Game Pass on the day of its release, August 23. But even if Game Pass wasn’t a factor, it would still be worth buying for just how cool it makes you feel, how good it looks in motion – and best of all: how it allows both of those feelings to be accessible to most players.

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Aug 16, 2022

There’s something special about Thymesia, but don’t expect greatness.

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Feb 23, 2022

What ultimately matters, however, is that Elden Ring succeeds at almost every goal it sets out to achieve. It’s the culmination of years of refinement of FromSoftware’s formula. Mechanically, and thematically, this is a game making a statement: that you can buck industry tendencies even as you adopt their trends.

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Nov 26, 2021

I am hopeful that 2042 will be a more interesting Battlefield game at some point next year, but having been through varying degrees of rough launches with this series - from BF 2142 through BF 5 - I can’t say I have the stamina to perform the dance of chastising DICE for technical problems and missing features, only to turn around and celebrate when the game is inevitably ‘good now, actually’ a year into it.

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Nov 10, 2021

Judged on its own terms, Call of Duty: Vanguard offers a solid, albeit predictable campaign, an engaging multiplayer with deep progression systems and satisfying gunplay, and a Zombies mode that will only serve as a minor distraction in its current state.

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Oct 15, 2021

Back 4 Blood takes an old-school approach where it makes sense, and modernises where it doesn’t. It’s heartening to be engaged by a game purely for its gameplay and variety, and not to pad out a progress bar somewhere.

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Jul 29, 2021

The Ascent’s ambition is often the most surprising thing about it. I went in expecting a decent, simple cyberpunk top-down shooter. Instead, I got a compelling action game that feels great to play, and an introduction into a world I can’t wait to see expanded in future sequels. The Ascent is the type of indie superstar game you bring up to prove how much can be accomplished by a small team today.

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It’s worth experiencing by Star Wars fans hungry for an original story that doesn’t settle for trite, and action game players looking for a decent – albeit flawed – combat.

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Oct 29, 2019

Another Call of Duty that doesn’t really change anyone’s mind about Call of Duty. Whatever’s there that I thought might actually be making a leap was seemingly just good marketing. In that sense, I suppose, it’s been pretty successful. [OpenCritic note: Jeremy Peel and Sherif Saad separately reviewed the campaign (4/5) and multiplayer (3/5). The scores have been averaged.]

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Dec 21, 2017

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is a groundbreaking game not just because of its unique design, but also because of how it shakes up the standards we've been judging games by for years.

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Nov 22, 2017

Every step of the way, Star Wars: Battlefront 2 proves that even the most talented developers and one of the biggest publishers in the industry can make costly mistakes.

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Nov 7, 2017

Nioh, one of this year's best PS4 exclusives comes to PC, and I am both elated and frustrated.

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Unscored - Destiny 2
Nov 2, 2017

Destiny 2 comes to PC to shake up the torpid loot shooter scene, and it's all the better for it.

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Unscored - The Surge
May 16, 2017

The Surge is a game of many triumphs, but it's also one that will cause you more frustration than any other Souls-like.

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