Leo Faierman


84 games reviewed
69.2 average score
70 median score
58.3% of games recommended
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Apr 28, 2021

Narita Boy is a curious and risky 2D adventure that isn’t always what it seems. Issues with some game mechanics shouldn’t deter anyone from playing through the story, and its soundtrack’s passionate synthwave-leaning collection of themes somehow stands out amidst a sea of new titles which share these sonic leanings. Narita Boy will be more impactful and absorbing to those who fully immerse in its narrative, and what may first appear as hastily written nonsense informs a lyrical and consistent fictional universe. Give in to its mysteries and enjoy.

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Telling too much of ALTDEUS: Beyond Chronos’ story would compromise what it’s really trying to do, but this isn’t to imply that it’s reliant on some sort of obligatory Shyamalan twist. No, like the best visual novels, it remains focused on its character growth, and unveils its secrets and motives with time. For someone with even a light taste for anime who may not normally take to visual novels, ALTDEUS: Beyond Chronos should make them a believer.

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Mar 24, 2021

Dandy Ace is roguelike fun dialed up loud.

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Feb 9, 2021

Little Nightmares II finds a niche and thrives.

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Jan 25, 2021

Cyber Shadow brings the nostalgia in bunches.

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Nov 29, 2020

Art Sqool is more sketch than masterpiece.

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Oct 28, 2020

The takeaway is this: Watch Dogs: Legion is an ambitious simulation which reliably fails whenever players push against its boundaries. Like the cargo drones which grant them the ability to freely fly, it hits an invisible ceiling that prevents players from soaring above London’s skyscrapers.

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Jul 30, 2020

We should talk says a lot with a little.

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Jul 21, 2020

Almost anyone smitten by Necrobarista’s style will find more than enough to warrant its asking price, including a rather poignant denouement after three hours of play, but it risks frustrating anyone expecting more of a game and less of a film.

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