Darryl Edge


22 games reviewed
67.1 average score
70 median score
33.3% of games recommended
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Dec 5, 2019

Full of wit, great gameplay and memorable moments, SuperEpic is simply one of 2019's best indie games.

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9 / 10.0 - Driven Out
Oct 17, 2019

Driven Out is an unquestionably hard game, but once you master the delicate art of its combat and parrying, you'll be compelled to play for hours more. It's a genuinely brilliant title.

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Oct 15, 2019

The Witcher 3 is still an astounding game to be celebrated, but even if it's one of the console's considerably better ports, the Nintendo Switch version really isn't the way to experience Wild Hunt.

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Ghost Recon Breakpoint mostly feels like yet another AAA game that was released too soon. However, despite its faults, glitches and an awful push towards microtransactions, there's just enough fun in this open-world tactical shooter to warrant checking it out.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Untitled Goose Game
Sep 23, 2019

Untitled Goose Game is simply a damned delight to play. Although short, it is a hoot from start to finish and easily one of the most fun games you will play this year. You'll definitely want to give this a goosey gander.

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5.5 / 10.0 - The Long Journey Home
Sep 17, 2019

The Long Journey Home tries to strike a balance between engaging exploration and conservative resource management, but its punishing learning curves throughout the adventure make it a challenge to really sink your teeth into.

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Despite its faults, Bear With Me has a lot of charm and heart. It likely won't blow you away, but there is enough content with The Complete Collection to warrant your attention.

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When it works, Friday the 13th is a truly exciting bout of cat-and-mouse gameplay that offers plenty of thrills and tense moments, but technical issues, clunkiness and a laborious levelling grind can add up to frustration.

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While Irony Curtain doesn't add anything particularly new to the point-and-click genre, satirical humour, likeable characters and fun gameplay make this a puzzle game definitely worth your time.

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Though it has its faults, if you like sex jokes and puzzles tied into a decent point-and-click dating adventure, then Larry Laffer's latest outing is the game for you.

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