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Shaun Munro


61 games reviewed
70.1 average score
75 median score
67.2% of games recommended
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Jan 25, 2020

While The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners would seem like a fairly simple zombie survival romp outside of VR, the added dimension and some smart design decisions elevate it significantly.

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6.5 / 10.0 - AO Tennis 2
Jan 9, 2020

AO Tennis 2 ends a massive drought for serious tennis players, and even as someone who prefers their tennis games a little more fun, there is certainly enjoyment to be had in this rough-around-the-edges offering.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Invector
Dec 6, 2019

Though not nearly challenging enough for veterans of the genre, as a persuasive tribute to Avicii this affecting rhythm romp is tough to argue with.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Arise: A simple story
Dec 2, 2019

A beautiful, creative indie platformer that’s held back from classic status by its infuriatingly imprecise controls. The sumptuous journey is still very much worth it, though.

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7 / 10.0 - The Stretchers
Dec 1, 2019

Though not nearly exploiting its full potential, The Stretchers is goofy, no-frills fun whether you’re flying solo or teaming up with a friend.

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4.5 / 10.0 - Golem (VR)
Nov 29, 2019

Falling prey to so many early-VR pitfalls, the depressingly dated Golem is a stamina-sapping slog.

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9 / 10.0 - Death Stranding
Nov 14, 2019

Death Stranding once again sees Hideo Kojima pushing the boundaries of what video games can be, and the result is a breathtaking and uncompromising – if at times willfully baffling – experience.

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8 / 10.0 - Luigi's Mansion 3
Nov 5, 2019

One of the Switch’s smartest and most adorable puzzlers to date, no matter its occasional frustrations.

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Oct 30, 2019

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare overcomes some questionable design choices to deliver a densely-packed, slickly addictive military shooter.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Afterparty
Oct 29, 2019

Certainly a worthwhile successor to Night School’s debut, if hardly the leap to a higher echelon some may be hoping for.

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