Zachary Perry


17 games reviewed
87.2 average score
91 median score
88.2% of games recommended
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Nov 7, 2020

Overcooked! All You Can Eat is a wonderful cooperative gaming experience that is fun for the entire family. There is no shortage of fun in this definitive edition of the Overcooked series. Even if it can get a little heated in the kitchen.

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8.6 / 10.0 - Airborne Kingdom
Mar 25, 2020

Airborne Kingdom is a uniquely wonderful dive into the city builder/ resource management genre. It's flying city design brings a new, fresh look at the genre. Though similar to many other games of the genre, Airborne Kingdom brings a fantastic style and story to the table.

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Mar 3, 2019

Return to Western Skyrim in the brand new chapter of The Elder Scrolls Online's year-long Dark Heart of Skyrim event - Greymoor. Players will work to uncover the reason behind the dreaded Harrowstorms, storms that turn innocent people into much less innocent Harrowed. The adventure is full of werewolves, witches, and vampires (oh my). Those ready to protect the world from these forces will have to delve into the wondrously mysterious Blackreach, a stunning underground city. Player's must ready themselves, this isn't the Skyrim they've come to know.

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7.2 / 10.0 - Romancing SaGa 3
Dec 1, 2018

On November 11, 1995, the Super Famicom system saw the release of an epic turn-based RPG. 24 years later, to the day, Romancing SaGa 3, makes its debut to the West for the first time. The remaster brings improved graphics as well as some other functions to the current generation of consoles. The JRPG brings a wonderful world back to life for all to enjoy.

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Oct 16, 2018

Harrowstorm is the first DLC in the year-long Dark Heart of Skyrim event. Players must conquer two new, four-player dungeons - Icereach and Unhallowed Grave - and get pulled into the mystery that surrounds this year's event. The journey will not be easy, but if we've learned anything from last year's Season of the Dragon event, it is that it will all be worthwhile.

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Step back into the Animus and relive the wonder of being both an Assassin and a Templar in The Rebel Collection. Ubisoft brings players back into Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag and Assassin's Creed Rogue. The collection is a fantastic way to see two great games be brought to a current-generation console and to a new generation of players.

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Sep 5, 2018

The Elsweyr chapter expansion continues the year-long Season of the Dragon event for The Elder Scrolls Online. The developers have outdone themselves once more and somehow managed to make an already fantastic MMO all the more awesome. The expansion whisks players away to the homeland of the Khajiit. Players must face the dragon threat looming over Elsweyr, though you do not possess the power some players may be used to if they played Skyrim. You are not the Dragonborn, and these dragons are no laughing matter. Players may make use of the new class, the Necromancer, to aid themselves in the fight to save Elsewyr.

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9.6 / 10.0 - Prodeus
Aug 10, 2018

Prodeus invokes a feeling of classic FPS games that any fan of the genre will enjoy. In a familiar setting, you get to fight back a horde of demonic entities. Simply put, Prodeus is devilishly delightful.

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4.3 / 10.0 - JUMP FORCE
Feb 14, 2018

Jump Force, released in February to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Shonen Jump manga, brings together many recognizable anime characters. Though it is a good effort to commemorate 50 years of one of the most iconic manga magazines, its awkward control scheme, poor hub-world design, and subpar story leaves much to be desired.

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8.3 / 10.0 - Riverbond
Jan 27, 2018

A delightful little dungeon crawler, Riverbond, is fun for everyone. The voxel styling paired with the abundance of skin choices makes for a wonderful visual experience. The drop-in/out multiplayer means the whole family can hop on the couch and play as much, or as little, as they want to help clear a board. In a medium full of ever-increasingly realistic graphics, Riverbond is a breath of fresh air with its colorful world and characters.

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