Lukáš Lindner


14 games reviewed
67.1 average score
70 median score
57.1% of games recommended
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7 / 10 - Déraciné
Mar 27, 2019

From Software developers have jumped into the waters of virtual reality and performed a very epic work that you may like to play repeatedly, but it does not fully use all the possibilities of VR and suffer minor technical flaws.

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Apr 3, 2019

The announcement that From Software does not intend to continue the Dark Souls series has sparked a great wave of questions as how much they want to divert from own blueprint. We do know the answer now: a lot. But this is only a good thing, because Sekiro is a really fresh experience that brings a lot of innovation. In addition, Activision, as a publisher, has provided greater accessibility to newcomers. But despite these changes, the From Software manuscript cannot be overlooked at every turn.

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8 / 10 - Days Gone
Apr 24, 2019

Days Gone may not be the most original and innovative title, but it's still a very solid open-world story adventure that won't give you anything for free. For about thirty hours of gameplay I was genuinely entertained.

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7 / 10 - Blood & Truth
Jun 5, 2019

It seems to me that Blood & Truth, in some aspects, has backed away from the London Heist. Certainly I can't get rid of the impression that it's still a tech demo and not a full-fledged title. Because of all the shortcomings and the feeling that the title is pretty unfinished overall, we can't rank Blood & Truth for more. But if you can get over that, you will have a blast.

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5 / 10 - Fade to Silence
Jul 24, 2019

Fade to Silence's world atmosphere, survival mechanics, exploration and camp building are good and I thoroughly enjoyed them for the first few hours. The core gameplay loop though, is not enough to make a complete game and feels more like side content. With permadeath being a simple restart of the exact world with just a few perks Fade to Silence didn't grip me for more than couple runs.

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Jul 30, 2019

Wolfenstein: Youngblood is not a bad game. It undeniably is a Wolfenstein from Machine Games and Arkane Studios so it does hit the AAA qualities in terms of gameplay and leveldesign. It surely isn't a good game though with new semi-open world and RPG mechanics clashing against each other and a weak story padded wih repetetive fodder. You might want to grab this one if you are after an OK mindless shooter for coop nazi killing. If you are looking for a Wolfenstein title to play solo, feel free to skip this one.

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Aug 5, 2019

Octopath Traveler brings together the best from classic JRPGs and modern visual style. Well written characters and stories, diverse world, thrilling turn-based combat and a great soundtrack make this lovely title that pays tribute to it's inspirations. Only weaker interaction between party members leave something to be desired.

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Sep 4, 2019

Wolfenstein: Cyerpilot in pretty much every way feels like a tech demo you probably tried when VR headsets were a novelty. Since then luckily VR gaming has made great strides and this kind of short and shallow game just doesn't cut it.

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6 / 10 - Erica
Oct 2, 2019

Even with annoying faults like duplicate choices I quite enjoyed my time going through this interactive thriller. Great cinematography and acting more than makes up for a cliché story and setting. But for a game that focuses on player choice I find the inability to view the choice tree or even custom save very limiting. It's fine for casual walkthroughs but completionist play is unnecessarily tedious.

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Everything that Ghost Recon: Breakpoint does well, has already been done well in the Wildlands, or is a new feature with a big "but". Apart from a nicely crafted fictional world with a stronger story and a simple survival, Breakpoint doesn't innovate much. If you really enjoyed Wildlands, explored it through-and-through and want more of that - Breakpoint is a possible recommendation. Otherwise, you won't lose much if you skip this one.

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