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Lawrence Le

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

45 games reviewed
62.8 average score
65 median score
33.3% 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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7 / 10 - Bugsnax
Nov 9, 2020

In lieu of what many community theories predicted is a cute and casual adventuring experience with an adorkable cast of Grumpuses and Bugsnax. But all that being said, Bugsnax isn't without its tricks.

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Nov 5, 2020

A slick noir mystery with an intoxicating atmosphere and unmatched aesthetics. Combined with its sharp, campy writing and an intriguing storyline, Chicken Police is an indie gem that shouldn't be missed.

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Nov 2, 2020

With its wealth of content and comedy, Monster Camp establishes itself as the year's premier dating sim. Fans of the original will feel right at home; the gameplay remains relatively untouched, save for a number of adjustments.

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8 / 10 - Carto
Oct 26, 2020

Carto is a strong contender for the title of 2020's best adventure. Involved, intimate gameplay and incredible attention to detail make even the smallest islands feel remarkably rich and expansive.

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Oct 20, 2020

Unparalleled presentation and atmosphere spoiled by unwieldly combat and clumsy level design. The most memorable moments happen when your hands are off the controls.

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Oct 16, 2020

The Uncertain: Light At The End is a heap of derivative themes and ideas missing the narrative and mechanical buttresses needed to hold it together.

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Oct 9, 2020

A mediocre, meandering mystery game hiding under the mask of something greater. While it has a competent story to tell, it lacks the means to tell it in an engaging manner.

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Sep 14, 2020

An unrefined rogue-like, but a hell of a rhythm shooter. A killer soundtrack and some striking visuals blend beautifully with frenetic shooting to produce pure adrenaline.

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Sep 11, 2020

Inertial Drift fuses anime-inspired aesthetics with intuitive, arcade-like gameplay to deliver a blast of adrenaline that few games can accomplish with such simple controls.

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Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-reckoning is a handful of solid gameplay systems trapped in a world that's lost its magic. There's plenty to play with as far as combat and crafting are concerned, but the game is defined by its decision to choose quantity over quality.

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