Ian Howarth


67 games reviewed
63.4 average score
60 median score
37.3% of games recommended
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Apr 22, 2021

It may not be a fulfilling venture, nor something that you ever come back to again, but it's great fun and non-stop grinning while it lasts and that's really all anyone can ask for.

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6 / 10 - Godstrike
Apr 14, 2021

What I would love to see from Godstrike is: 1 – improved enemy attack visibility and the fixing of unwinnable positions to cement itself as a serious icon in the world of leaderboard scrapping; and 2 – a steady stream of DLC content in the form of extra bosses, new powers, and maybe more ways to play to fix its limited content and absence of deeper replayability.

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7 / 10 - Dandy Ace
Apr 13, 2021

Regardless of these minor irritations, I've very much enjoyed my time with Dandy Ace and will no doubt continue to play for a while, at least until I find a way to beat Very Hard mode! I've saved the best for last, though, as interestingly enough a big update recently released that started fixing a lot of mine and many others' complaints.

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Mar 20, 2021

If only there was more to it. Currently it feels like a tacked-on bonus mode for a real driving game. The only progress to be made is in the form of aesthetic unlocks and they are all rewarded by accomplishing the same task over and over – have four near-misses with obstacles in a single life as the driver, or by catching the car as it falls off the track as the builder (although this may also cause the car to become glitched into the floor, ending the run). There aren’t even any other maps to mix things up, it’s all the same skybox. The lack of content is deeply disappointing, but the worst part of all is how interesting the idea is.

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Mar 15, 2021

"I'd definitely come back to check on a sequel but it would be out of wary curiosity, not excitement. Still, I think a lot more can be done in this space and hope to see the Lust franchise continue to flourish and evolve something special come from it in the future."

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Mar 10, 2021

Still, even without every fresh touch making it's mark on the genre or not quite living up to the high-difficulty level that many people boast the game has, I found it to be a great time.

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7 / 10 - Metal Unit
Feb 19, 2021

I think I’ve had my fill of Metal Unit now with just over twenty hours in it. It’s by no means a classic. It’s not something you would run to your friends to recommend. It’s a game you can enjoy quietly by yourself, as you hack-and-slash your way through run after run, laughing off terrible plot moments and feeling satisfied.

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3 / 10 - Golden Force
Jan 29, 2021

In all, Golden Force was unfortunately pretty disappointing.

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Jan 10, 2021

To echo my thoughts – no, Forever is not Super Meat Boy 2, nor was it ever meant to be.

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Dec 24, 2020

This title is a really strange one.

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