Todd Rigney


29 games reviewed
75.9 average score
80 median score
69.0% of games recommended
Scores 2.7 higher than average

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Feb 18, 2019

Although it feels a little short on content at times, DiRT Rally 2.0 provides a gorgeous, rewarding, and punishing hardcore experience for dedicated racing enthusiasts with the skills and patience to handle the pressure.

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Feb 6, 2019

Although almost every single mechanic in the game feels eerily similar to the Monster Hunter series, God Eater 3 manages to stand on its own (monstrous) two feet thanks to some incredible combat and a surprisingly engaging story.

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Dec 20, 2018

Although it has a tendency to frustrate, both in terms of design and execution, Below offers a compelling adventure set in a mysterious world that's just begging to be explored.

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Addictive gameplay and a smooth, stylish presentation keep Persona Dancing: Endless Night Collection from becoming a simple, time-wasting cash-grab.

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Although World of Final Fantasy Maxima adds some content for the hardest of the die-hard fans, there's not nearly enough in this DLC package to justify its price.

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Nov 8, 2018

Although it suffers from some framerate hiccups, Hitman 2 delivers a solid, enjoyable experience that's stacked with tons of content designed to keep you entertained for hours on end.

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Nov 5, 2018

FromSoftware steps away from brutal combat to deliver a touching, often heartbreaking adventure, and it's one of the absolute best PSVR adventures currently available.

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Oct 16, 2018

Warriors Orochi 4 brings the Warriors franchise back its roots -- after the disaster that was Dynasty Warriors 9 -- while pushing it in exciting new directions.

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Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner MARS is a solid remaster with spiffy HD visuals and high-quality audio, but these updates can't cover the fact that it's a PlayStation 2 game at its core.

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Sep 13, 2018

Although it's essentially an extension of the first installment (right down to the presentation and mechanics), Valkyria Chronicles 4 is still an absolute must-have for VC fans, as well as SRPG enthusiasts who don't mind a little light-hearted character development.

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Sep 11, 2018

After years of waiting, Sega finally delivered the Shenmue experience we deserve. Although it's clunky and a little dated, the series holds up incredibly well after nearly 20 years.

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This isn't the end-all, be-all of JRPGs, but it's still a damn fine Dragon Quest game, not to mention a great introduction to the genre for newcomers. Think of it as JRPG comfort food and you'll have no trouble whatsoever.

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Aug 23, 2018

Yakuza Kiwami 2 offers the best Yakuza experience money can currently buy, not to mention a story that wouldn't seem out of place in an old Kinji Fukasaku flick.

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Aug 9, 2018

We Happy Few doesn't always come together to form a cohesive video game experience, but its story and art direction are nothing short of fantastic. Had the developers dumped the stealth and survival mechanics, I'd love this game to death.

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Jul 18, 2018

New Gundam Breaker feels unfinished. The combat system doesn't work, the visual novel is stale and uninspired, and the dating sim doesn't fit. In short: It's a pretty terrible game.

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Although Shining Resonance Refrain is enjoyable and the battle system provides some fun, its story and presentation don't break any new ground. At the end of the day, it's just another JRPG in a sea of similar games.

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Jun 26, 2018

The Sims 4 Seasons introduces your Sims to the joys of spring, summer, fall, and winter -- and the dangers of bees, lightning, thermostats, and devious lawn gnomes. It's as quirky, weird, and funny as it sounds.

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Jun 21, 2018

LEGO The Incredibles gives you everything you want from a LEGO game without breaking the mold. However, it doesn't address any of the franchise's problems and ultimately feels like the same old thing.

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Despite some wonky controls, Sushi Striker's insanely colorful presentation and stable of silly characters make it one of the strongest puzzle games currently available on the Nintendo Switch.

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Jun 7, 2018

Although Agony offers a vivid, grotesque, and very disturbing glimpse into the bowels of Hell, it doesn't offer much in the way of polished, coherent gameplay.

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