Marshall Lemon


18 games reviewed
77.1 average score
80 median score
58.8% of games recommended
Scores 7.2 higher than average

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Marshall Lemon
Unscored - Vampyr
Jun 4, 2018

Vampyr is an ambitious masterpiece with forgivable flaws

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Marshall Lemon
Mar 4, 2016

Into the Stars is a gorgeously-rendered sibling of FTL, featuring all the tension of collecting resources and fighting space aliens with none of the tedious micromanagement.

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Marshall Lemon

The Walking Dead: Michonne - In Too Deep is a strong opening chapter, but the overall experience doesn't stray too much from past seasons. Future episodes will prove whether Michonne has an explosive payoff or is simply an average mini-series for passing the time.

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Marshall Lemon
Feb 22, 2016

Far Cry Primal is the Stone Age survival game we never expected from the Triple A industry, complete with a lush prehistoric world you can explore for hours.

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Marshall Lemon
Jan 25, 2016

The Witness revives the puzzle-solving portion of your brain that's lain dormant since Braid.

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Marshall Lemon
Jan 19, 2016

Darkest Dungeon will kill your party, drive you insane, and leave you a gibbering mess at the Sanitarium. Yet it's so compelling and rewarding at the same time, you won't be able to resist diving back in for one more quest.

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Marshall Lemon
Dec 3, 2015

Corgi Warlock has a great concept and decent core mechanics, but never quite elevates itself into an engaging or memorable game.

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Marshall Lemon
Oct 15, 2015

Broforce is a silly, but sincere love letter to iconic action movies, refined to perfection with rich environments and wonderfully-crafted enemies. Even when you're killed by an out-of-control explosion which you triggered, you'll be having an absolute blast with this game.

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Marshall Lemon
- SOMA
Sep 21, 2015

SOMA is a worthy successor to Amnesia: The Dark Descent, and sits among the best video game stories of 2015.

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Marshall Lemon
Sep 17, 2015

With its tense naval battles and huge array of historical vessels, World of Warships is the free-to-play MMO that can make a wargamer out of anyone.

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Marshall Lemon
- Kyn
Aug 11, 2015

Kyn is a solidly-crafted RPG with some fun and interesting set pieces, but isn't innovative enough to stand out among similar titles in the genre.

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Marshall Lemon
Jul 14, 2015

The Magic Circle is the best "broken" game you've ever played - and a rich satire of the industry to boot.

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Marshall Lemon
Jun 26, 2015

Super Chibi Knight is an absolutely charming retro RPG that will engage you from beginning to end. The campaign is on the short side - much like its hero - and the difficulty curve is through the roof at times. But it's satisfying all the same, and will draw you in through both of its story paths.

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Marshall Lemon

Depending on your choices, "Sons of Winter" finally offers a payback for every loss the Forresters suffered. Every plotline lets the player experience a satisfying victory against your worst enemies - with the exception of Gared Tuttle, who is mostly setting up the North Grove story for next month. But with two episodes remaining and a last-second twist you might still lose it all - but it wouldn't be the Game of Thrones if you couldn't.

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Marshall Lemon
May 25, 2015

Magicka 2 is Magicka refined - the same wizard-killing simulator co-op fans love with the fixes and improvements players craved. While it doesn't break new ground or surpass the original, it's a blast to play with friends.

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Marshall Lemon
May 11, 2015

Toren is a short but sweet game about growing up, climbing towers, and fighting dragons, all shrouded in symbolism and cosmic metaphors. While it has its flaws - including a noticeably limited playtime - it's an incredibly unique outing from Swordtales that's well worth playing.

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Marshall Lemon
Feb 11, 2015

Sunless Sea is a dark game combining Lovecraft-themed exploration with Victorian Gothic visual novels in exciting (and chilling) ways. The end result isn't perfect, but its sense of terror and wonder makes it a worthy follow-up to Failbetter's Fallen London.

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Marshall Lemon
Jan 25, 2014

Consortium is an ingeniously subversive gem, containing enough backstory to fill a Triple-A trilogy while focusing exclusively on an airship crew in distress. The execution is a little clunky at times, but Consortium still has the charm and depth to encourage multiple playthroughs as we wait for the sequel.

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