Oliver Reynolds


72 games reviewed
63.3 average score
70 median score
54.2% of games recommended
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9 / 10 - Wandersong
Apr 4, 2020

If you’re after a unique experience, Wandersong completely has you covered. The singing mechanic works perfectly, and while it may feel a bit too easy at times, the combination of the visuals, writing, and various gameplay objectives across a generous seven-act structure make for an incredibly compelling platforming experience that you’d do well to check out.

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7 / 10 - Mekorama
Mar 29, 2020

With a bit of time and patience, you could create some levels that no doubt rival the ones already available, but if this isn’t something you’re interested in, there’s plenty to be getting on with regardless.

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2 / 10 - Pooplers
Mar 27, 2020

We’re sure there are people out there that would get some enjoyment out of this game, but quite frankly, we’re struggling to believe that might be true. Its gameplay is sluggish, the graphics are poor, and the general premise is just baffling.

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5 / 10 - Spartan Fist
Mar 4, 2020

Ultimately, Spartan Fist is a pretty shallow experience for the most part.

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Feb 29, 2020

As a strategy game, Gambare! Super Strikers works well enough, but the novelty quickly wears a bit thin.

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8 / 10 -
Feb 10, 2020

We were pleasantly surprised by EQQO. After a rather lacklustre opening segment, the majority of the game proves itself to be an engaging puzzle title with a surprisingly meaningful narrative to support it.

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6 / 10 -
Feb 7, 2020

With an imaginative world and equally imaginative premise, Skellboy is an admirable attempt to provide an alternative to your average Zelda title.

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6 / 10 - Sinless
Feb 5, 2020

It’s a short game, and not a particularly polished experience, but Sinless is nevertheless a nice take on the cyberpunk genre that will intrigue you enough to see it through to the end.

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4 / 10 - Super Tennis
Jan 28, 2020

Even without comparing Super Tennis to the real Super Tennis, the game largely falls flat as a compelling sports title. Once you’ve mastered the gameplay (which you most certainly will after 2 or 3 matches), it becomes incredibly repetitive with little incentive to continue other than to see the cool unlockable costumes.

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8 / 10 - Lydia
Jan 22, 2020

It’s one of the most emotionally impactful games to grace the Switch since its launch nearly three years ago.

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