Michael Leri


67 games reviewed
70.9 average score
70 median score
44.6% of games recommended
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Mar 27, 2020

Lackluster cosmetics are the least of Bleeding Edge’s problems. Ninja Theory may have succeeded in creating a cast of distinct, well-crafted characters that are full of personality, but it stumbled in making an engrossing game around that diverse roster.

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By adding a couple more powers that slightly improve frenetic combat and having collectibles and a story that continually outweird themselves in inventive ways, Remedy has shown that Jesse is fit for the job of director and hopefully just getting started.

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Mar 17, 2020

The Doom Slayer has faced many nightmarish opponents and toppled them all, yet his greatest victory might be slaying the impossibly high expectations set by his genre-defining precursors.

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Mar 10, 2020

An overwhelming amount of RPG systems, sublime controls, and fast-paced, skill-based combat mixes in with Team Ninja’s own stylistic flair and puts Nioh 2 more than a few cuts above other games that shamelessly ape From’s precious formula.

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Playing these titles does not get stale and while it is frustrating that Sega refused to celebrate these classic games with more extras and additional content, they do stand on their own merits even a decade later.

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Devil May Cry 3 has aged remarkably well in almost every other area and the Switch port is the best version of this all-time classic.

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Mindless co-op shooters can be alluring and Zombie Army 4: Dead War tries be one of those brainless games, but ends up being more braindead instead.

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The exploration serves as the centerpiece of Journey to the Savage Planet and almost all of its other parts enhance or are enhanced by it.

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Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath is a strange game that still sticks out because of its unusual but fantastic tone.

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Stories usually need some sort of momentum and Life Is Strange 2 had trouble maintaining it for multiple reasons.

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