Matthew Osborn


10 games reviewed
70.0 average score
80 median score
60.0% of games recommended
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Sep 21, 2019

Overall the game is a real blast from the past, keeping true to its style and doing the core mechanics outstandingly well whilst improving some quality of life aspects.

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Aug 7, 2019

Overall the game is great to play with some improvements on last year's iteration.

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Overall, the game's core is satisfying - the more you play it the more you will want to continue slicing your way through the empire using your lightsaber or even throwing them off ledges with the Force.

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Mar 1, 2020

Overall, it's a great game for the budget price tag that scratches a tactical shooter itch if you've played XCOM 100 times over and fancy something new.

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Warlords delivers a huge step forward for The Division 2, fixing a lot of the problems that have been around for a long time, bringing some much-needed variety into the map. The big city creates tighter and more chaotic fights, adding to the experience. With the new missions and Skills for players to try it breathes some fresh air into the game. The new rewards system helps make players feel valued for their time invested, and this is great for the elite among us. It is well worth jumping back into the game to explore New York once again and finally hunt down Aaron Keener.

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Jun 24, 2020

Going up against the likes of Overwatch and Apex Legends, Riot Games' new release is an intense FPS that's fun to play with friends but a challenge to master.

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Overall, Assassin's Creed III Remastered is a bunch of fun and worth picking up thanks to the variety of content, but it is not without its issues.

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May 31, 2019

This Diablo-like dungeon crawler is a fundamentally fun experience but lacks some polish in spots

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The game can feel laborious at times with the hunt for items having no direction but the games music and relaxed nature made this a great experience for the explorers.

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Real-time strategy, American football and orcs blend together for a fun but rough experience

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