Kieran Toovey


38 games reviewed
75.5 average score
80 median score
68.4% of games recommended
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Oct 20, 2018

Overall, Dark Souls was a great game when it originally released in 2011. Today, Dark Souls Remastered is still a great game. Being able to play a game like this on the go is a marvel in itself.

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8 / 10.0 - Wargroove
Feb 21, 2019

Wargroove will undoubtedly please the majority of fans of the genre, but it is not without faults. Hopefully, this will bring life back to the turn-based tactics genre, and take it to new heights.

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Feb 16, 2019

Degrees of Separation is quite a lovely game that fits right into the “hidden gem” category. Plenty of puzzles that lead to “aha” moments, gorgeous visuals the whole way through, and great music that will stay with you beyond your playthrough.

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Feb 28, 2019

All things considered, it’s wonderful that ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove exists.

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8 / 10.0 - God's Trigger
Apr 21, 2019

Even though it’s hard to evaluate God’s Trigger without comparing it to Hotline Miami, it does enough to separate itself. The numerous abilities and weapons allow for more variety, and the game is much more welcoming to newcomers and casuals.

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Jun 21, 2019

It might noy do enough to hold the attention of the average gamer for an entire playthrough. That being said, RPG fans will likely enjoy what it brings to the table.

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8 / 10.0 - Code Vein
Oct 2, 2019

The good definitely outweighs the bad in Code Vein. The character customization, character loadout flexibility, and general visual style separate it from the bunch. It’s also easier than others in the genre. Newcomers shouldn’t feel the pressure of overcoming too immense of a gameplay hurdle to succeed. Time will tell if this is the beginning of a long running series, but it’s a promising start.

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Mar 15, 2020

If you’re looking for a stroll down “Where’s Waldo?” lane, or you’re a fan of hidden object games in general, Hidden Through Time is solid. The experience is pretty mellow and is a nice reprieve from a lot of current games that can induce anger with their difficulty or be ultra competitive.

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8 / 10.0 - Telling Lies
Apr 28, 2020

Thankfully, the in-depth and engrossing story, the strong execution of the actors, and the sheer uniqueness outweigh these negatives. It appears that the genre has much more to offer, and Telling Lies exemplifies it greatly.

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Oct 7, 2020

When all is said and done, Nexomon: Extinction is an enjoyable experience. At times it suffers from having time wasting fetch quests and backtracking, but makes up for it with refined gameplay. Combined with being an inexpensive and non-Nintendo exclusive alternative to Pokémon: Sword and Shield, this might be the best way for a lot of gamers to scratch that itch.

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