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Lawrence Le


Favorite Games:
  • BioShock
  • Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
  • ICO

26 games reviewed
63.8 average score
65 median score
23.1% of games recommended

Lawrence Le's Reviews

A self-deprecating, overly sarcastic pair of glasses that occasionally possesses a human host in order to partake in the delightful process of playing video games, then immediately complaining about them. When he is not playing games (a rare occurrence), he can be found either writing about things that no one cares about, or haunting the quiet streets of his Canadian suburb.
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60 / 100 - Superliminal
Jan 25, 2020

Superliminal is a short, sweet, but superficial exploration of one the most interesting mechanics to find its way into a puzzle game. It excites with the possibility of what could be, but fails to deliver on the challenges its mechanics beg for.

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6 / 10 - Orangeblood
Jan 13, 2020

When all the profanities have been said and all the odd jobs have been done, Orangeblood is a one-of-a-kind experience that's equal parts endearing and incoherent. There's just enough to see, hear, and do to warrant a two-day getaway to New Koza.

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Frog Detective 2 makes up for a lack of complexity and length with its dopey, surreal humor and charming visual aesthetic. An evening well spent.

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7 / 10 - Mosaic
Dec 5, 2019

Mosaic is the plight of the office worker reimagined for the not-to-distant dystopian future. The tedium, the soullessness, the loneliness — it's all here, presented with sleek, stylish art and simple, effective mechanics. But, the burden of virtual corporate slavery is perhaps too much to bear; the game is prone to frequent bouts of monotony that pull players out of the experience.

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One of this generation's titans finally makes its landmark debut on the Nintendo Switch. For newcomers who can fight through the rocky 30 frames per second and lower resolutions, The Witcher 3 on Switch is a no-brainer. But, for those with no plans to take their monster-killing outside, the game is better enjoyed on other consoles.

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80 / 100 - John Wick Hex
Oct 8, 2019

A graceful dance of lead and fists through some lovely set pieces and a whole lot of unsuspecting thugs. Nurturing quick, adaptive thinking, John Wick Hex is an excellent distillation of the franchise.

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40 / 100 - She Sees Red
Jul 30, 2019

An FMV interactive thriller that's rather light on the "interactive" element. Choices are sparse and do little to promote player agency but some solid production and a stylish, campy aesthetic save the experience.

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65 / 100 - Beyond: Two Souls
Jul 27, 2019

The PC port stands as the definitive way to experience Beyond: Two Souls, boasting a higher frame cap, solid keyboard & mouse controls, and a remix mode. These additions, however, do nothing to remedy the poorly-aged, cliché-ridden script and inconsistent chapters you may remember, but do highlight the game's strong visuals and emphasis on variety.

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65 / 100 - Heavy Rain
Jul 6, 2019

Nine years later, Heavy Rain's flaws have only become more pronounced. Even so, strong narrative design can't be denied, and it's just enough to ease the pain caused by the game's more outrageous blunders.

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85 / 100 - Outer Wilds
May 29, 2019

A tale straight from our childhood tree forts—Outer Wilds will reawaken the passion for exploration that you thought you lost.

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