William Quant


7 games reviewed
84.3 average score
87 median score
66.7% of games recommended
Scores 3.3 higher than average

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William Quant
8 / 10.0 - Unruly Heroes
Feb 1, 2019

Unruly Heroes is a quirky indie title with a price tag worth every penny for a gorgeous piece of gameplay and Chinese-inspired storytelling.

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May be the very best Dynasty Warriors game out of twenty years of choices and now you can take pseudo-historical one-man armies with you on the train. Dangerously close to being the perfect Warrior.

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William Quant
Dec 13, 2018

Where Smash goes from here is anyone's guess, but for now, it's simply the best it's ever been.

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A new opening act that feels a bit out of place from the entire narrative and leaves a strange taste in your mouth. Still, it is fun and broadens the horizons of the Greek-centric world. I just wished it wasn't so unsatisfying.

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9 / 10.0 - Pokémon: Let's Go
Dec 12, 2018

For veteran players, just experiencing the original games one more time in a brand new way is enough to put a smile on your face and reawakening that inner child. Playing along with a newcomer or first-timer makes it even more inviting and enjoyable, reminding you why you fell with love with Pocket Monsters in the first place.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Warriors Orochi 4
Oct 23, 2018

A great, relaxing button-masher you can turn your brain off for and just power through and watch legendary heroes become friends, though it is missing a sense of wonder this time around that not even the Greek and Norse gods could replace.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Okami HD
Aug 15, 2018

An all-round beautiful game that has been made even more beautiful by the passage of time. Its availability on so many other platforms may not necessarily make this version a must-have, but for Switch owners, it's definitely a must-play. For those who have never experienced it, this version is the ultimate. The $20 price tag doesn't hurt it one bit either. But maybe I'm just a big ol' softie.

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