Jan Siery


15 games reviewed
68.0 average score
60 median score
60.0% of games recommended
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The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker is an immersive masterpiece with a stellar cast and a brilliant script which deserves to be lauded for all the right reasons. With the replay value and the ridiculous cheap price for how great the game is you would need a good reason to not buy this game. And when you do you will sit back in awe of how good games can be.

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8 / 10 - Moonlighter
May 27, 2018

The music and sounds are spot on and everything in the game just seems to compliment each other in a way that makes it feel just right. If more indie game were like this then I would be one happy adventurer/capitalist shop owner.

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6 / 10 - Hyper Sentinel
May 8, 2018

The game is a great piece of nostalgia but it always feels slightly inadequate compared to the original, and while it is great for Uridium fans stepping into the 21st Century it is hard to see where it will gain new fans. Where 8 year old me thought Uridium was the greatest game in the world, Hyper Sentinel is a good tribute but doesn't get close.

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Apr 29, 2018

Overall Shawn Hitchcock has once again surpassed many major developers with a game that tests your mind as well as your heart. If he isn’t snapped up by a big studio soon then they are missing a trick, as it is minds like his that are going to take the future of Horror Gaming forward, and not let it suffer like it has for the past few years. As long as Emily Wants to Play then so will I.

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Apr 18, 2018

Manticore Galaxy on Fire is a fun game and is definitely worth the £17.99 price tag at launch, but the lack of multi-player and the repetitiveness of the missions doesn’t give it that replay appeal that it should have. But nevertheless this is a solid game and for the price is definitely one to pick up for your Switch.

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6 / 10 - For the King
Apr 17, 2018

Overall For the King is a fun game that will appeal to a broad audience, but the lack of story options may just be annoying enough for people to down their swords and leave the fantasy realm for good.

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Apr 3, 2018

Urban Trial Playground is a fun overall experience but missing some crucial features

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5 / 10 - Titan Quest
Mar 21, 2018

If you do have a friend with a PS4 and a copy of the game you could spend hours of enjoyment rolling back the years, but otherwise I would just let the past be the past and move on with your gaming life

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Mar 19, 2018

The game is enjoyable and is well presented and the developer Shaun Hitchcock deserves all the credit for making this an immersive and frightening experience. The game controls on console are a little clumsy sometimes, for example when try to turn lights on or off, but this slight annoyance is in most First Person games I play (probably my own failings really, I was never part of the PC master race). It also has a release on Oculus Rift which no sane person could want to play, unless you want to test out the limits of your heart. For the price and it being a one man indie game, Emily wants to Play delivers where many mainstream titles fail. It is genuinely scary and immersive and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys Survival Horror games.

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Mar 13, 2018

Pure Farming 2018 is a joy for those who love that kind of thing.

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