James Evans


17 games reviewed
67.6 average score
70 median score
23.5% of games recommended
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Sep 16, 2020

Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars is not a bad game. It is, however, a game that missed its chance at greatness.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Sea Salt
Oct 24, 2019

Sea Salt looks and feels like one of the great DOS games of yore. It features complex and well-designed pixel graphics with an interesting premise – being a dark, Lovecraftian god and punishing the unfaithful in the best way dark, Lovecraftian gods know how. This review explores this horror-themed, indie real-time strategy game – check it out, if you dare!

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Jun 7, 2019

Splitgate: Arena is a game that really struggles with its identity, and that focus ultimately relegates a potentially great game to mediocrity.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Tidal Tribe
Jul 22, 2019

Tidal Tribe is a god game but thrives as a Zen experience. A broad and unique offering, the game could benefit from increased focus and better writing. The game will not likely make any ‘greatest games’ lists, but that shouldn’t take away from how impressive it is that one individual developed this, and Tidal Tribe is not a bad game by any stretch.

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5 / 10.0 - SuperMash
Dec 30, 2019

SuperMash is a unique concept – what do you get when you smush together two different genres of games? In this case, a mixed bag.

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Aug 26, 2020

Kill it with Fire serves up a delightful arachnid squishing dish with a side of explosions and mayhem. At the time of the review, however, it was beset by less desirable bugs – not altogether game breaking, but frustrating nonetheless. Otherwise hampered by its lack of content, Kill it with Fire nevertheless entertains quite well.

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Jul 10, 2020

Demon's Rise: War for the Deep tries to be a good strategy game. It offers a little depth, a little fun, and a little bit of a fantasy for those who want it. It, unfortunately, falls short of offering a memorable fantasy experience with its derivative premise, janky controls, and limited re-playability.

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