Cass Marshall


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Nov 15, 2019

I still have stress dreams some day that I’m back in school and the exam is tomorrow and I haven’t studied; it’s nice to see a critical part of my life back in The Sims 4, where it can inspire a whole new set of anxieties and disasters.

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Unscored - Superliminal
Nov 12, 2019

Perhaps there’s an angle from which Superliminal is a satisfying, Portal-style thriller, but unfortunately, I wasn’t able to find that angle. And as the game was so fond of reminding me, perception is reality.

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Unscored - The Outer Worlds
Oct 22, 2019

Obsidian has pulled off the delicate task of creating an RPG that feels big while still keeping control of the overall scope of the game itself.

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Unscored - GreedFall
Oct 18, 2019

GreedFall wants to be a great big game, but without the resources of a huge publisher, many of its components feel half-baked.

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Unscored - Sea Salt
Oct 17, 2019

These issues are trifling compared to the unexpected amount of enjoyment I got out of this little title.

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Unscored - The Executioner
Sep 25, 2019

It’s just a matter of whether players have the guts needed to dig deep into the questions The Executioner is asking — and what they might find out about themselves, and their place in society, once they do.

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Unscored - Nauticrawl
Sep 16, 2019

Overall, this puzzle game is short, sweet, and delightful ... despite occasionally crushing my dreams. And I’m always up for another try.

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Sep 9, 2019

Realm of Magic works best in small doses, but much of the content makes the base game less enjoyable, not more.

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Unscored - Blair Witch
Sep 2, 2019

The stakes are high in Blair Witch, as these woods aren’t known to take prisoners. But with two characters at the heart of this game, I only really care about one of them coming home alive.

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Unscored - Erica
Aug 21, 2019

The dreamlike way Erica flows from scene to scene is also both a strength and a weakness. There are no hiccups or stutters in the narrative, but it also hides the major turning points of the story, or at least the moments when my decisions really make a difference. It's going to be interesting to go back and try again, making different choices. The relatively short running time gives that option extra appeal, especially if you're surrounding yourself with new people who don't know what's going to happen.

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