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Frank Reese

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Favorite Games:
  • System Shock
  • Deus Ex
  • Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past

41 games reviewed
69.5 average score
70 median score
73.2% of games recommended

Frank Reese's Reviews

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A true prototype that shows the development process and what publishers use to determine if games will ship. Ultimately though this is a very early work in progress. Fun to see, but not much more.

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Oct 18, 2020

An excellent combination of Yakuza and Streets of Rage, though short it's still a very fun experiment that has been released for free.

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Sep 26, 2020

Classic gameplay that will please fans of stealth, but the worst story in the series. It's focus on the Templars could have been great but there's no attempt to humanize them.

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While this is an interesting release, it's a short demo showing what the next engine can do. There's no voice acting and reused assets for Thimbleweed park. It's only an hour, but free. Overall ok.

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Sep 22, 2020

A solid throwback to classic Point and Click Adventure games. Made for fans of Maniac mansion or Monkey's Island by some of the masters of the format.

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Sep 15, 2020

A fun adventure game, paired with an unnecessary Open world that goes through the motions. However new enemies and an excellent story is worth playing through the entire experience.

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A solid game that is let down in it's final minutes as it can't find the right way to conclude it's story. However the experience and is excellent and worth playing through to see.

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Sep 2, 2020

An excellent follow up to Her Story if a bit flawed. Telling Lies tries to tackle a larger and more intricate story than the predecessor, and accomplishes quite a bit. However a critical missing feature, and a story that feels like a closed loops is a noticeable step back for Sam Barlow.

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Aug 29, 2020

A game that tries to imitate Portal's success but falls apart when the developer tries to avoid fully copying the formula.

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The SUPERHOT team delivers on what the original SUPERHOT should have been and it's even better than imagined. A rogue-lite take on the franchise, that feels both familiar and new at the same time. This is the new starting place for the franchise.

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