Drew Meadows


76 games reviewed
77.8 average score
80 median score
84.2% of games recommended
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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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Nov 14, 2020

Baldur’s Gate 3 is a ton of fun if you’re willing to invest the time. There are certainly a number of caveats to that. You’ll have to be patient in finding the right settings for your rig. You’ll also have to be patient while Larian Studios irons out a lot of the technical issues and bugs, and you’ll have to be okay with losing your saves when it comes out of early access.

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Nov 8, 2020

Watch Dogs: Legion isn’t a bad game; it’s just not a great one either. I’m still intending to go back through and finish sweeping up the tech points that I’ve missed so far and recruiting the most random NPCs I can find, but it definitely feels like a step backward from Watch Dogs 2.

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Oct 19, 2020

Fight Crab is one of those games you have to see to believe. But after the charm wears off, you'll be wondering why you're still playing it.

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Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning might be worth it for those that never got around to the original. It's hard to recommend to returning players as a bare-bones remaster.

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