Hugh Mitchell


77 games reviewed
74.8 average score
80 median score
55.3% of games recommended
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Oct 26, 2017

Think of the Children! is a hilarious party game that is simple enough for anyone to pick up and join in

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Nov 23, 2017

Just like real off-road driving, Mudrunner can be frustrating and difficult, but for the most part it's fun, satisfying and gloriously messy.

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Nov 27, 2017

Terrible narrative aside, Need For Speed: Payback is a fun addition to the prolific racing franchise

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The Nintendo Switch version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a technical marvel. How Bethesda managed to cram such a huge, intricate game world onto a tiny little game cartridge blows my mind. Yet what impresses me most is just how well Skyrim works on the Nintendo Switch, both in terms of graphics and gameplay. The Switch version runs well and looks comparable to the console versions, but the inherent pick-up-and-play nature of the Switch perfectly suits the distractible, open-world gameplay of Skyrim. The tacked on motion-controls and Amiibo support is disappointing, yet easy to ignore, as is the texture pop-in and typical Bethesda-game scripting issues. It may be showing its age a bit, but if for some reason you are yet to play Skyrim, or you're simply looking to replay one of the best RPG's of all time, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on Switch is a great package.

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4 / 5.0 - Floor Kids
Dec 12, 2017

Floor kids is the type of game you just don't want to put down. Every aspect of the game, from the fantastic animation and art design to the incredibly catchy dance tracks, has a gorgeous undeniable charm that is immediately affecting.

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Dec 13, 2017

The gameplay is fun and relaxing, the soundtrack is phenomenal and when it's running on anything other than the Switch – the visual design is gorgeous. You could play Rime on the Switch, but I strongly recommend getting it on a different platform to save yourself the headache.

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Dec 26, 2017

I Fell From Grace has one of the most unique and interesting narratives I've seen in any game this year. The unsettling story tells a compelling and mysterious tale with flawed characters navigating some truly strange events. The traditional adventure game mechanics are serviceable and keeps the narrative flowing, yet the lack of a quest log or general sense of objective means you'll get more enjoyment out of this one playing with a guide until you become familiar with the various set pieces. Definitely worth picking up if you're a fan of weird stories or traditional adventure games.

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As the first expansion to Civilization VI, Rise and Fall introduces a number of unique mechanics to the classic Civilization formula that significantly enhances the gameplay.

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3 / 5.0 - Rad Rodgers
Mar 6, 2018

Rad Rodgers is a competent 90's run-and-gun platformer revival, despite some frustrating gameplay elements.

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Mar 19, 2018

Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is an adventure game that perfectly encapsulates the spirit of adventure. Roam the United States countryside, meet interesting folks and swap tall tales until sunrise.

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