Elliot Attard


10 games reviewed
40.0% of games recommended

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Elliot Attard
Liked-a-lot - Mortal Kombat 11
May 5, 2019

It may not be a flawless victory, but Mortal Kombat 11 puts up one hell of fight.

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Apr 3, 2019

...the longer you play the more problems you notice and the more you realise that the game simply doesn’t feel complete or coherent. I don’t think Generation Zero will be remembered fondly in the future, if remembered at all.

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Elliot Attard
Mar 31, 2019

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice scratches the Souls itch but does so with some uniqueness and refreshing ideas. This game is not for the faint of heart, however.

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Loved - Baba Is You
Mar 21, 2019

Baba Is You is genuinely impressive. Changing the rule set of the game as you play is a powerful and compelling tool.

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Hated - Anthem
Mar 1, 2019

What frustrates me the most about Anthem is that the things that work in the game's favour are really well implemented. It feels like a complete waste to have these awesome traversal and combat mechanics utilised in such an uninspired game

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Unscored - Hand of Fate 2
Nov 6, 2017

The devs updated almost every aspect of the game, most of which for the better, but I just can’t get over how the game handles scenarios. It feels like such a fantastic product structurally speaking but I’d be lying if I didn’t say my enjoyment wasn’t heavily impacted by long and frustrating decks

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Nov 4, 2017

Combining cathartic Nazi-slaying violence with genuine poignancy, beautiful writing and moments of great humour. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a game you should experience

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Elliot Attard
Oct 22, 2017

There is a chasm the size of middle-earth itself that separates the ingenuity of the game’s Nemesis system and the snorefest that is the game’s ‘point of interest’ system

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Unscored - Hob
Oct 12, 2017

Hob creates a magical and wondrous world that adapts and changes thanks to your input. Watching the world shift around you and sometimes underneath you is awe-inspiring and magnificent. Seeing the fruits of your labour literally coming to life is one of Hob’s biggest selling points and makes the game worth playing by itself. The game’s art, world design and wordless narrative all come together to make a genuinely special experience. Some aspects of Hob’s gameplay and systems can hold it back from being truly unique and captivating, but it more than makes up for it through personality and liveliness alone.

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Elliot Attard
Oct 3, 2017

Divinity Original Sin 2 is that perfect sequel, it knew what made the original great, understood its weaknesses and then went balls to the wall to attempt to make the best product possible. Without a doubt, Divinity Original Sin 2 is up there with some of the best games released this year, and up their with some of the best CRPGs ever released.

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