Shaun Nicholls


17 games reviewed
41.2% of games recommended
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Oct 1, 2020

Unlike its predecessors, WWE 2K Battlegrounds does what it claims, providing an arcade-style take on wrestling that can have anyone pulling off gravity-defying moves in minutes. Sadly it lacks the depth to be more than a fleeting piece of brawling fun.

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Sep 1, 2020

Despite the lack of content overall, Pistol Whip is still a game that will give players plenty of fun as you blast your way through hundreds of henchmen leaving you feeling like a total badass

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B- - Dex
Jul 27, 2020

While Dex may have a few flaws overall, it is a solid game that is filled with freedom to play how you want as you uncover the secrets of Harbour Prime.

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B+ - Gorn
Jun 5, 2020

While Gorn will not be winning any major awards for its story or gameplay, what you get is a fun little title that will both make you laugh and make you feel like Russell Crowe at his peak.

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May 29, 2020

“Fury Unleashed makes you the great action hero on the way to save the mind of your creator, facing off against hordes of enemies in an addictive experience that keeps you coming back for more.”

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Apr 2, 2020

“While there is an interesting premise to Element Space the game-breaking bugs and clunky design choices make it a mission just to survive the game, let alone enjoy it.”

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Fans of One Punch Man may find enjoyment in interacting with the characters from the anime, especially since it is an English dub, but for others, the repetitive gameplay won’t be enough to make them go the distance.

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Mar 2, 2020

“While Hunt: Showdown gives players a high calibre atmosphere to play in, the steep learning curve and difficulty for new players to survive encounters with veterans may give it problems in gathering a large player base.”

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Overall JTTSP was a fun game that had me eagerly taking control of my unnamed explorer to further plumb the secrets AR-Y 26, and spend time just wandering around killing various alien creatures.

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If you can look past the repetitiveness of the missions, you can play right through the story line and get yourself up to speed on the story of Attack on Titan without having to watch all of the anime, and while killing titans may get a bit old, swinging through the city and mastering the ODM never does.

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