Mario Brash


17 games reviewed
74.1 average score
78 median score
35.3% of games recommended
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65 / 100 - Rust
May 21, 2021

Many titles share the core gameplay loop of mining, crafting, and conquering the world. So, what sets a sandbox like Rust apart? Almost nothing. It is a dynamic, immersive survival sandbox with none of the charm of other games in its genre. Its heart and soul lie in its unforgiving, player-driven, immersive environment. As a result, the world is utterly unpredictable, so no two servers will share a state of decay. Which is to say, if you like having no idea what’s gonna happen, this easily stands apart.

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83 / 100 - Foregone
Mar 11, 2021

Despite its style and engagement, it is still pretty formulaic in its execution. Though it lends its own spin to a classic video game genre, fans of the 2D platformer will notice some cues going back to the SNES days. If you love this stuff, there’s every reason to give Foregone a shot. But if you suffer from platformer fatigue, there may not be enough here to rekindle that spirit. If you’re new to the genre, you could do a lot worse than Foregone.

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71 / 100 - Dead or Alive 6
Mar 6, 2019

Even without casual matchmaking, Team Ninja delivered an incredibly entertaining tournament until the weight of progression started to sink in.

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80 / 100 - 8-Bit Armies
Oct 4, 2018

8-Bit's prime selling point may also be a vice.

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Sep 10, 2018

A few missing puzzle pieces leave a good experience in the place of greatness.

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83 / 100 - FAR: Lone Sails
May 23, 2018

I dare to say there are very few titles that can recreate the flow of problem-solving and artistry present in this experience. Fewer still could trigger my emotional investment.

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62 / 100 - Trailblazers
May 14, 2018

Gameplay-wise, Trailblazers kicks off on all cylinders in a wonderful first impression. However, it drags on its way to the finish line, which is why a driver might prefer some company to keep them entertained along the way.

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69 / 100 - Monster Prom
Apr 27, 2018

In the end, Monster Prom's charm stems from its thematic elements. Fantastic interactions, its satirical narrative, and the monster theme offer a unique spin, even if it doesn't deviate all that much from known formulas. But, it does bring a little more to the table, a party for daters who are in it more for the ride than the destination.

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Ultimately, the game offers all the fun and fantastic storytelling of a great RPG

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