Christopher Teuton


40 games reviewed
71.3 average score
70 median score
72.5% of games recommended
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Aug 24, 2021

From a fantastic opening credits scene performed by Puddles Pity Party to its final exciting moments, I Expect You To Die 2: The Spy and the Liar delivers exactly what fans of the first game have come to expect - a campy spy adventure with increasingly deadly stakes, dramatically elaborate puzzles, and lots of physics objects to pretend to eat or simply throw across the room. For anyone with a fondness for James Bond stories or 1950's noir - and access to a VR headset - The Spy and the Liar is a fantastic choice.

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Jul 14, 2021

Unavowed expertly blends fantasy and crime genres with stellar writing, acting, and artwork to create a game that is both memorable and entertaining, and should be experienced by anyone who thinks the glory days of Sierra On-Line are the only time period where great point-and-click games can be found.

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Only a few new sights in the universe.

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Jan 19, 2021

Hitman 3 is the best of the newer Hitman games and quite possibly the best Hitman game in the franchise.

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Battle royale comes for Pac-Man.

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Nov 18, 2020

XIII has only changed for the worse.

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Aug 26, 2020

Wasteland 3 takes players to a new location and presents them with equally unfamiliar challenges, yet still perfectly demonstrates all of the reasons why this series has had die-hard fans for over three decades, and is absolutely worth playing for anyone looking for their next post-apocalyptic fix.

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Destroy All Humans!'s remake definitely feels old-fashioned.

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Jul 14, 2020

Ghost of Tsushima is the best Assassin's Creed game there is, and likely the closest many users will ever get to experiencing what it's like to be a samurai in 11th century Japan.

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Aftermath gives MK11 the ending it needed.

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