Lizzy Finnegan


9 games reviewed
84.4 average score
80 median score
88.9% of games recommended
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Resident Evil 7 is a welcome change of pace for a once great franchise that has been on a downward spiral since the release of Resident Evil 4. It's welcoming to newcomers who don't want 20 years worth of lore, and perfect for fans of the franchise who have been waiting for it to refocus on horror.

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Orwell is a thought-provoking interactive debate about the politics of privacy and security. It's the kind of game that never actually feels like a game, and it manages to do it well

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Deus Ex: Mankind Divided has a little bit of something for everyone. It's a must-have, must-play masterpiece. The entire industry is better now that this game is a part of it.

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Hate to see you go, love to watch you leave. I'm going to miss Nathan Drake, yet his send-off was legendary, making the entire journey up to this point that much more special.

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Apr 12, 2016

Hyper Light Drifter is a breathtaking game that draws heavily from gaming's most prominent pioneers without relying too heavily on their influence. It is an eclectic masterpiece that feels more like an experience than a video game.

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Feb 2, 2016

Fortified marries multiple different genres while maintaining consistent waves of challenging fun in a cohesive experience. The game is best when played as part of a team, although the omission of split-screen co-op is a disappointment, and the lack of a health bar is a bit frustrating.

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Jan 15, 2016

Echoes of Aetheria weaves narrative, combat, and exploration together wonderfully, with no one aspect of the game overshadowing another. However, dialogue is occasionally cheesy and design flaws cast a shadow on what is meant to be a tactical combat experience.

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Jan 2, 2016

If you're a fan of suspenseful political games that balance surveillance and resource management with a dystopian setting, then Beholder is definitely worth picking up.

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Assassin's Creed Syndicate features a solid campaign, elevated by challenging assassination missions and a spellbinding setting. Syndicate delivers all of the innovations I had hoped to see from Unity, which was the franchise's first new-generation console entry, as the adjustments to combat, stealth, and travel breathe new air into the series.

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