William Gallon


15 games reviewed
79.5 average score
80 median score
86.7% of games recommended
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Pillars of Eternity plays more like a Dungeons and Dragons campaign, and with the ability to take it with you on long commutes or boring events you have to attend, this makes it a great addition to any RPG lover’s catalog.

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Apr 24, 2019

All in all, SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech is a very good, if short, game.

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Jan 31, 2019

It already feels like a game that has potential to add a lot more depth to as well, and I hope that the online stays populated for a long time to come.

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Dec 11, 2018

I really want to be able to recommend Everspace – Stellar Edition on the Switch, but playing it makes me really just want to go pick the game up for PC.  I'm not even sure what could be done to improve the experience, as the entire rest of the game feels like it would be great on the console.  I am sure there will be some that put enough time in to make the controls feel like second nature, but on a playthrough of a roguelike where small mistakes are punished, I felt frustrated more often than not that I was having a hard time just dog-fighting other ships.

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8 / 10.0 - Transistor
Oct 31, 2018

While there doesn't seem to be anything new to draw players in, Transistor has always had a goal of replayability to begin with. Owning it on a Switch lets you play it both at home and on the go, rather than needing two versions of the game to do so. Performance was great on both, and I spent a large amount of time playing through without even realizing it. The game also does not have a Switch markup as many others do, so this is definitely worth a pick up if you haven't already got yourself sick of the game on another console.

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Jun 13, 2018

Overall, I think Victor Vran: Overkill Edition is definitely a game worth a play.  While the comparisons to Diablo III will obviously be made, Victor Vran adds different mechanics to shake up the tried-and-true ARPG format and does a great job doing so.  Adding the ability to play the game on the go means you can keep your loot grind going whenever you have a chance.  And come on, who doesn't want to power slide through a bunch of demons?

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9 / 10.0 - Mega Man 11
Jun 13, 2018

Mega Man 11 is a steal and is absolutely worth the purchase, regardless if you're a long-time fan of the Blue Bomber or this is your first time playing.

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8 / 10.0 - Extinction
Apr 10, 2018

Extinction is a great game, though patience can be required at times. Running around and blowing through enemies is fun, and the cartoony, mostly polished gameplay could be an incredible game after a few patches. As it is, it is still a blast to play, interrupted by quick frustrations that come from missed attacks that can completely stop an assault. If you are looking for a hectic hack-n-slash boss fighting game, Extinction is absolutely worth picking up. Those who can be quickly frustrated from bugs, however, may want to wait for a couple of patches.

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7 / 10.0 - Tiny Metal
Jan 8, 2018

Overall, Tiny Metal is a very promising, and likely the best, attempt at replicating the successful Advance Wars formula that fans have been looking for. Although multiplayer has yet to be added to the game, and there are some minor performance issues, each of these can be taken care of with a few patches. This puts the game in a position to be great after a bit more work has been done to it, or to make an easily improved sequel.

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7 / 10.0 - Portal Knights
Nov 27, 2017

If you are a fan of Minecraft and are looking for something fresh with an RPG feel, Portal Knights will definitely be a game that you should pick up. It combines the traditional gathering and creating formula with multiple, randomly-generated islands to explore packed with dungeons, monsters, and towns. While those who are looking for a creative mode won’t find that here, those who are looking for a more combat-focused building game will enjoy what Portal Knights has to offer.

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