Khayl Adam


25 games reviewed
74.6 average score
75 median score
50.0% of games recommended
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There is some fun to be had here, but for me at least it quickly became tedious.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Dreams
Feb 21, 2020

Dreams is an almost bottomless well of user-created content, and already there are some gems amongst the myriad of creations available, even if they won’t ever feel like big-budget AAA games. It isn’t for everyone, but for the right kind of person, it will be everything.

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3.5 / 5.0 -
Feb 6, 2020

Patapon 2 Remastered brings a classic PlayStation title to modern platforms, and its the best possible version of the game.

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Mandate of Heaven is an essential part of the Three Kingdoms package, and takes what was already the best grand strategy game on the market, and takes it to loftier heights.

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Dec 9, 2019

Shovel Knight Showdown is a rare misstep from a developer known for pixel-perfection. It’s a fun diversion for a few dozen minutes but falls short of the base game, and the brilliant single-player expansions that came afterward.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Moons of Madness
Oct 29, 2019

Still, there is a lot here to recommend. Moons of Madness delivers, and like the best horror experiences doesn’t outstay its welcome, or let you become too comfortable with your surroundings.

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If you are a JRPG fan, this series is a must-play. It’s one of the strongest running, second only to Persona in my opinion. It’s funny, charming, engaging, and occasionally heartbreaking. And it’s absolutely worth the investment.

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Sep 9, 2019

Vambrace: Cold Soul falls down in almost every way that matters, and there are far better games out there more worthy of your time.

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Remnant is a game worth taking a chance on, especially if you have a couple of friends to watch your back. After all, it’s dangerous to go it alone, and there is safety in numbers.

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Aug 19, 2019

It has a bevy of minor issues, however, like a cumbersome UI and stilted animations, and its lack of tactical depth on the battle map leaves it feeling like a game from a decade ago. But if you are looking for a 4X game to get lost in, with interesting lore and diverse factions, Planetfall will feel familiar and scratch an itch that isn’t often catered to.

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