Ian Howarth


46 games reviewed
63.5 average score
60 median score
30.4% of games recommended
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4 / 10 - Truberbrook
Oct 18, 2019

Generally, unless you're incredibly interested in the spectacular visuals, I can't recommend Trüberbrook.

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8 / 10 - The Textorcist
Mar 12, 2019

Whilst I cannot recommend anybody stick around for the story that I could honestly scarcely tell was trying to be funny, serious, or sarcastic, in general I highly endorse The Textorcist. Its compelling and testing gameplay, great art style (especially the hellishly stylistic demons), sweet soundtrack, and awesome theme make for a great title.

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7 / 10 - Klaus
Feb 4, 2019

Reading back over this I feel I've been a little too harsh on Klaus, it is an entertaining game; it's a good game.

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6 / 10 - Flat Heroes
Dec 3, 2018

Now, it might seem like I've given it quite a hard time but Flat Heroes isn't bad.

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6 / 10 - FOX n FORESTS
Jul 19, 2018

Fox n Forests isn't for everyone – it feels more like a game development experiment that resulted in a nice bite-size nostalgia trip and was released just for fun.

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Jun 26, 2018

Underneath it all there's genuinely something interesting here – it just needed to be more focussed, polished, moulded into a vision instead of left as a loose idea. The gameplay and story need working on heavily in their own way. I'd definitely come back to check on a sequel but it would be out of wary curiosity, not excitement

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10 / 10 - Celeste
Jun 12, 2018

Even from an objective standpoint, I honestly can't think of a part of Celeste I didn't like.

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Jun 4, 2018

Even though the main game wraps up the story nicely, albeit with a fairly predictable ending, now that we've seen it's possible to both add depth to the characters and their lore, and push the gameplay to the next level with the Nightfalls DLC, we want more.

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Apr 9, 2018

Truly, Penny-Punching Princess feels more like an indie experiment than a full-fledged game and that's totally fine.

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7 / 10 - Disc Jam
Mar 7, 2018

The game is seriously addicting thanks to the gratifying mechanics and simple, fun premise that it's built on. I can see myself jumping online almost daily to claw my way through the ranks but I do worry that the long wait times for matches will only get worse if High Horse Entertainment don't manage to pull in some more players. I wish them all the best and hope to see Disc Jam continue to be supported by them for the foreseeable future.

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