Poorna Shankar


6 games reviewed
77.5 average score
80 median score
50.0% of games recommended
Scores 10.3 higher than average

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Poorna Shankar

Irony Curtain is a fun game with a lot of heart. You can instantly tell just how much care and attention went into its creation. This ultimately results in a game that's well-written, well-designed, and confidently wears its satirical tilt on its red sleeves. For me, the brilliant writing was just enough to stave off the tedium of some puzzles. If you are nostalgic for point and click games of old, Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love is worth a look.

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GameSpace
Poorna Shankar
May 13, 2019

There is so much I really wanted to love about it. But small annoyances do add up: inconsistent AI, limited control options, and slightly repetitive mission structure to name a few.

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Poorna Shankar
May 6, 2019

As a VR experience, it definitely did its job of making me feel like I was in a different place, but it did not really convince me that I was taking care of another living thing. Considering the game claims that it’s “the first virtual cat that feels like a real one,” it ultimately fell a bit short here.

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Poorna Shankar
7 / 10.0 - Forza Horizon 4
Oct 11, 2018

Forza Horizon 4 is unquestionably one of the most photorealistic games I have ever played. The sound design, music, and overall audio are excellent. The racing, rewards, customization, and moment to moment gameplay are brilliant. Great Britain is a real character and a masterstroke in design. But the reality is, there are just serious issues plaguing this game on half the platforms on which it released. These simply cannot be ignored, nor can they be downplayed.

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Poorna Shankar
Jun 13, 2018

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is a joy to play.

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Poorna Shankar
Jun 13, 2018

The PC version is unquestionably the definitive version.

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