James McCoull


8 games reviewed
75.6 average score
81 median score
75.0% of games recommended
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44% - Vampyr
Jun 3, 2018

Yawn-inducing combat and pacing as stale as a week-old scab leave little to be desired in Vampyr for all but the most die-hard vampire enthusiasts, who might still just be better off sinking their teeth into something with more substance.

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Jan 22, 2018

Red Strings Club tells a beautiful, universal story about the nature of suffering and the right to feel it in an invitingly atmospheric setting.

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Dec 6, 2017

A polished and prettified remake of one of Metroid's less-acclaimed titles, Samus Returns spells the start of something beautiful for a series that's been left in the dark for too long.

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72% - ECHO
Oct 20, 2017

Stealth fans, ignore everything you've read here and buy this game - this one was made for you from the ground up. For everyone else, ask yourself what you liked about other more stealth-lite games you might have played. If it wasn't studying patrol routes for minutes at a time, give this a miss.

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89% - Ruiner
Sep 25, 2017

Fast, frenetic gameplay with a punishing edge makes RUINER a must-play for Hotline Miami fans looking to get their next fix.

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Jun 27, 2017

A great diversion whenever you've got half an hour to kill, First Strike: Final Hour is never going to make you sweat, but it will make you grin (albeit sadistically).

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May 27, 2017

An engrossing and incredibly nostalgic examination of the role instant messaging clients play in forging and maintaining relationships - both when they work, and when they don't. Play the predecessor first, then come back for more. And play it like you're 16 again.

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PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS delivers on the promise made by spiritual predecessors DayZ and Arma 3 with rivetingly intense, tactical gameplay that'll force you and your friends to think on your feet and watch each other's backs.

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