Drew Meadows


80 games reviewed
77.3 average score
80 median score
83.8% of games recommended
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Jun 8, 2021

Outriders isn’t the best game or even the most fun game I’ve ever played, but it is a damn good time. In a world where looter-shooters are often incredibly grindy, Outriders never quite made it feel like it was a grind. It’s a competent, flashy shooter whose campaign overstays its welcome near the end, but it’s a blast to play with friends, who can drop in and out of games at any time.

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May 18, 2021

Days Gone on Steam is a very competent port with lots of options to tailor to your PC. It’s a great game but still suffers from pacing issues, especially early on.

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Feb 15, 2021

Teratopia struggles with basic gameplay design from combat to platforming. For an action-adventure platformer, that’s always a bad sign.

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WRC 9 is a mighty good time and a great entry point for someone who might not be as familiar with the franchise or racing sims.

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Dec 31, 2020

Observer: System Redux is more of a definitive edition than a full remake. Despite some segments falling flat, it's a tightly-wound narrative that is one of Bloober Team's finest.

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Dec 27, 2020

Spirit of the North Enhanced Edition takes cues from other adventure games like Journey, but it doesn’t offer the same level of replayability. However, it does have a super cute fox.

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Dec 12, 2020

Bright Memory for Xbox Series X|S is an extremely unoptimized and poorly polished launch title. However, the future looks bright for the game. The foundation for something truly special is there.

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Umihara Kawase Bazooka is a unique, weird little game that manages to overstay its welcome even with the light content included. How this game got priced at $30 is beyond me.

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Nov 28, 2020

Yakuza: Like a Dragon is almost a soft reboot of an aging franchise. It takes the long-running series in a new direction that works really well as a first outing.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla builds upon what made Odyssey and Origins great, and it removes a good amount of terrible side quests.

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