Rhett Waselenchuk


37 games reviewed
66.4 average score
70 median score
27.0% of games recommended
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Anyone hip to the source material is sure to find a lot to love about Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions.

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55 / 100 - PGA Tour 2K21
Aug 23, 2020

In between some of the most frustrating moments I’ve had with any sort of game in quite some time, PGA Tour 2K21 flashed with hopeful, brilliant optimism.

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Aug 20, 2020

Without any concrete information as to when we can expect the next season of Peaky Blinders, Peaky Blinders: Mastermind might end up being a nice distraction from the limbo we’ve all been left in.

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If Guerrilla Games hopes to maintain a grasp on its prospective fanbase’s attention, they’ll need to put a hefty amount of work into Horizon: Zero Dawn PC.

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Aug 4, 2020

You know, it’s bizarre to think, but this is sort of like Crysis’ mid-life crisis.

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Jul 27, 2020

Was it always this bad? Or was the original merely a product of its time, having no business in the year 2020? Either way, this remaster has been the sort of letdown that’s made me reconsider if anything from my childhood was as good as I remember.

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Jul 15, 2020

There are no paper cuts in store for you here. Paper Mario: The Origami King is as smooth as butter.

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80 / 100 - Iron Man VR
Jul 2, 2020

Despite several issues, Iron Man VR was worth the time. A severely repetitive mission structure, lackluster enemy variety, mediocre environments, and a dull story can’t stop this train from rolling. It’s the beauty in the uniqueness of its sales pitch. This is the closest to being Iron Man you’ll ever get.

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It’s perfectly edible. Delicious, even. But it could be so much better.

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Jun 17, 2020

Red Wings: Aces of the Sky is a solid first effort by All In! Games. I hope this isn’t the end of the road for the franchise, because there’s tremendous groundwork that’s been laid here for something that could be truly special. If the developers were to flesh out the modes, further the variety in the missions, and hire actors more capable of conveying the power of the writing, we could have one of the all-time great dogfighting games ever made. Until then, Red Wings remains good, but not great.

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