Paul Tamburro


71 games reviewed
67.6 average score
70 median score
42.3% of games recommended
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While SpongeBob fans will undoubtedly be happy to play through a game that retains the show’s sense of humor and colorful animation, its solid platforming and the freedom it provides players with to explore its diverse levels make it one of the better remakes we’ve seen.

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May 22, 2020

If you were rooting for the shark in Jaws, Maneater is the game for you.

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Despite some of Animal Crossing: New Horizons‘ new features disappointing, in almost every other department this is much more of what series’ fans love.

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Feb 27, 2020

There really is nothing else quite like Dreams. Super Mario Maker may make you feel like Nintendo for a few hours, while LittleBigPlanet will let you create a ramshackle platformer or two, but Dreams will grant you the opportunity to create virtually anything you set your mind to. From RPGs to puzzles, to sports games and first-person shooters, this is an endlessly imaginative toy box to open up and play with.

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Jan 29, 2020

Speaking Simulator is a fun idea that remained best on paper.

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Oct 22, 2019

This is a must-play for RPG fans, and an absolutely vital game for Fallout fans.

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Battle for Neighborville seems targeted towards an audience that arguably doesn’t exist in any meaningful capacity — PvZ players who wanted a more competitive shooter with fewer customization options.

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Sep 20, 2019

While Untitled Goose Game is a short experience, this also means that it doesn’t outstay its welcome.

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Kind Words is a unique and, more importantly, kind idea that deserves an audience. It encourages empathy between strangers online, and this shouldn’t be overlooked, especially in 2019 when it often feels like everyone wants to cause as much harm to one another as possible. Your appreciation of it will vary depending on how much you need it, but even its existence should be commended.

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Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey is like no survival game I’ve played before.

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