David Morgan


57 games reviewed
78.1 average score
80 median score
68.4% of games recommended
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Mar 27, 2020

Doom Eternal's "play cool or die" philosophy shakes up retro shooter norms for the better. It's the confident sequel we all knew it would be, but it tries to be even more than that. In almost every way, it succeeds at both.

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Feb 21, 2020

Dreams' unlimited potential for creativity is both a blessing and a curse, but putting the power of game development into the hands of just about anyone is Media Molecule's crowning achievement.

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Feb 6, 2020

Kunai knows grappling hooks are cool, so it gives you two of them. But beyond its best feature, it's an indie adventure that falls just a bit short of its excellent peers.

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The Star Wars spirit is strong with Fallen Order, and it came as close to making me feel the way I did when watching the original trilogy for the first time. However, unlike those movies, this one could use some post-release touch-ups.

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Nov 14, 2019

Sparklite is a safe, stock-standard rogue-lite RPG that attempts to mimic The Legend of Zelda, but never manages to emulate it. An otherwise brief journey that requires some samey exploration to prepare for late-game hurdles leaves this adventure feeling a little stale.

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Nov 1, 2019

Like any genre-pushing work of art, Death Stranding is sure to be divisive. That said, the unflinching vision of its director is a breath of fresh air in an industry increasingly unwilling to swing for the fences.

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Sep 21, 2019

Borderlands 3, besides being technically unsound, plays it a little too safe to stand out. While the gunplay is excellent and the weapons wild, cringeworthy writing weighs it down.

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Iceborne retroactively enhances Monster Hunter: World while adding so much content that you could safely call it a sequel. It's clear Capcom has perfected their winning formula.

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Aug 26, 2019

Astral Chain combines all the best impulses of Platinum Games with a unique combat system and rich RPG mechanics. The world, story, and atmosphere are icing on the cake - this is one of the best overall packages from the studio and a remarkable directorial debut for Takahisa Taura.

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Aug 15, 2019

For a game set in space, Rebel Galaxy Outlaw is rich in atmosphere. While some activities are a bit of a letdown, there's a lot of gratification in cashing in a hefty profit from a lengthy space-truckin' session.

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