Nick Meekham


18 games reviewed
70.0 average score
73 median score
44.4% of games recommended
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Nov 17, 2020

Daring to get out of their comfort zone, Ichiban Kasuga came to claim Kazuma Kiryu's throne and he took it, with a thrilling white knuckle ride of a JRPG. Do not miss out on Ryo Ga Gotoku Studio's best adventure to date.

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Though it has some problems with pacing and minor bugs, Little Hope is a brilliant Halloween pick thanks to its over the top narrative and gruesome deaths, making it hard to say no to another visit.

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Oct 13, 2020

Neighbours back From Hell has very little in the way of replayability, variety and overall imagination. While this may be a miserable experience for new players, some fans of the original might love it for what it is.

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8 / 10.0 - Going Under
Sep 25, 2020

Finally, a game for the bitter intern. Going Under is a fun roguelike adventure packed with challenge and an amusing story players will enjoy.

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Mar 11, 2020

It’s easy to see why the Granblue series is popular in Japan and hopefully this title will convince you too. Granblue Fantasy Versus is a fun and addictive new challenger to the fighting game throne.

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At least the game works and the trophy list pose some decent challenges, but other than that, Sisters Royale should be a hard pass to anyone looking for a good Cute-Em-Up game.

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8 / 10.0 - Afterparty
Nov 4, 2019

Afterparty is like a Godfather cocktail: devilishly sweet and won’t leave you with a remorseful hangover. Night School Studio can toast to creating a funny and endearing tale.

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Sep 10, 2019

You will only need to play Final Fantasy VIII for its innovative battle system. Though a HD remaster worthy of your time, its confusing, messy narrative may drive away some players looking to get into the Final Fantasy franchise where far better examples exist.

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Aug 28, 2019

Supermassive Games have managed to again tap into what makes a good horror tale. If you can forgive some of its cheesy narrative moments and glitches, Man of Medan shows promise for a future franchise. You just have to play with a friend to fully appreciate it.

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May 14, 2019

A pox on your houses if you do not give A Plague Tale: Innocence an honest try. Forgive its iffy dialogue and you will be treated to a refreshing take on the stealth action genre.

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