John Werner


26 games reviewed
85.5 average score
86 median score
76.0% of games recommended
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Jul 13, 2020

“Moonlighter: Between Dimensions” is a brilliant RPG adventure game for anyone is looking for a something casual but with challenging elements such as basic inventory and time management.

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Aug 7, 2019

“Solo: Islands of the Heart” is one of the most unique games I’ve played to date.

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4.3 / 5.0 - Double Cross
Jul 10, 2019

Double Cross is unique on many levels and is strongly recommended for young kids and parents.

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4.3 / 5.0 - Sparklite
Nov 26, 2019

'Sparklite' is a surprisingly fun game considering that it utilizes simple game mechanics to make it more targeted to young gamers. Older gamers will also find this quite enjoyable as it offers some resemblance to those beloved top-down games played on hand-held systems such as the Game Boy and Nintendo DS. 'Sparklite' offers an enormous amount of replay value and is very much ideal for playing as a group despite been predominately a single player game. Co-op is available but I recommend sharing the controller for the most enjoyment.

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It is without a doubt that both the ‘Making History’ and ‘Breaking Ground’ expansions bring a lot to ‘Kerbal Space Program’. The addition of new features, game mechanics and parts have been well thought out and add an enormous amount of gameplay possibilities.

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It is without a doubt that both the ‘Making History’ and ‘Breaking Ground’ expansions bring a lot to ‘Kerbal Space Program’. The addition of new features, game mechanics and parts have been well thought out and add an enormous amount of gameplay possibilities.

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4.2 / 5.0 - The Touryst
Dec 10, 2020

'The Touryst' offers players a unique gameplay opportunity by combining beautiful graphics with challenging depth perception puzzles, and a captivating story. I found the game to be quite relaxing but at the same time frustrating due to the overall lack of direction. Players will need to do quite a bit of exploring to gain guidance and to figure out what the next step is in order to progress further. This offers a large amount of additional gameplay as many players will easily become distracted by the numerous amounts of side activities that are to be enjoyed. I was particularly surprised by the games ending and enjoyed the twist even though I had my own suspicions regarding what was in store for me. Overall, this is a fun game but obviously targeted at players looking for a more casual puzzle experience that can be played at their own pace. Definitely a good game for when you've got a limited amount of time to kill but don't want to comit to anything time consuming.

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Aug 14, 2019

‘Age of Wonders: Planetfall’ is truly an awesome game and is excellent value for money.

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4 / 5.0 - Death Stranding
Nov 20, 2019

Overall, ‘Death Stranding’ is a good game but not quite something that I’d really recommend. Yet, at the same time, ‘Death Stranding’ is still an incredibly unique game and worth having a go at if you’re looking for something a bit out of the ordinary.

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3.7 / 5.0 - Disintegration
Jun 26, 2020

"Disintegration" has so much potential but due to being such a radical approach to combining two very different gaming genres, I believe that more work needs to be done in order to balance and strengthen the core mechanics. However, in saying that, I have found myself quite intrigued by the developing story and wanting to know what happens next. I wouldn't call "Disintegration" a bad game, but I would like to see what the developers do with possible future titles. I also believe that "Disintegration" would have made a brilliant VR game but perhaps that is something we might be able to experience at a later date.

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