Caleb Wysor


18 games reviewed
81.1 average score
85 median score
94.4% of games recommended
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“Miles Morales” is one of the year’s best escapist entertainments, replete with stand-out combat, an engaging story and a well-designed open world.

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Nov 4, 2020

Watch Dogs: Legion's carefully crafted simulation of London, along with the creative set of tools it provides the player to navigate that world, make this gloomy future worth visiting.

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Sep 5, 2020

For such a young studio, still finding its way in 2020’s complex gaming landscape, “Raji” is a strong foundation to build on.

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Jul 14, 2020

Ghost of Tsushima is an enjoyable but muddled experience: its strong gameplay fundamentals are hampered by a lack of originality and weak storytelling.

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Jun 12, 2020

Sprawling, unrelenting, but always fascinating, The Last of Us Part II is a disturbingly effective fable.

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Apr 17, 2020

Final Fantasy VII Remake is a powerful experience, and signals the first chapter in what is beginning to reveal itself as a considerable epic.

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10 / 10 - Half-Life: Alyx
Mar 30, 2020

In those halcyon days for Valve, there was no way of knowing that Half-Life fans would have to wait more than a decade for a new entry in the hallowed franchise. But twelve years, five months, and thirteen days later, a strange thing happened: a new Half-Life game released. It’s called Half-Life: Alyx, and it’s brilliant.

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Feb 5, 2020

Kentucky Route Zero feels breathtakingly original. For something this powerful to exist in any medium would be a triumph. But for it to exist now, as an interactive narrative drawn with striking visuals, meaningful choices, and moving music, feels more like a miracle.

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Nov 22, 2019

For all of the delightful combat, fun puzzles, and great narrative moments, Fallen Order is still marred by derivative action, frustrating navigation, and technical issues that prevent it from taking its place alongside Jedi Outcast and Knights of the Old Republic as one of the all-time great Star Wars games.

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Nov 1, 2019

Death Stranding is a distorted vision of the open-world genre, pulled apart by its individual threads, deconstructed, and sewn back together in the image of its director, Hideo Kojima. It’s an astonishing, compelling and provocative experience, even if it isn’t always as exciting to play as it is to think about.

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