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Lee Mehr


Favorite Games:
  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
  • Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory
  • Jak II

37 games reviewed
53.0 average score
50 median score
27.0% of games recommended

Lee Mehr's Reviews

His gaming history spans several console generations: N64 & NES at home while enjoying some Playstation, SEGA, and PC titles elsewhere. Being an Independent Contractor by trade (electric, plumbing, etc.) affords him more gaming luxuries today though. Reader warning: each click given to his articles only helps to inflate his Texas-sized ego. Who knows? He may become your next favorite game critic to detest. [NOTE: Reviews from VGChartz & DarkStation reflect a more wide-ranging spectrum to review scores. Review scores from GamingNexus reflect a scholastic value--a heavier emphasis on 7-10 scale.]
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4 / 10 - Daymare: 1998
May 17, 2020

For all the pustulous boils and decrepit flesh, Invader Studios put out something I subconsciously feel they hoped honors a well-beloved series.  Wishing can only get you so far though.

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May 5, 2020

Jumbled, infuriating, and unfinished are a few choice adjectives I can attribute to Doug Hates His Job. The panoply of gameplay styles it wants to flex should be treated as a canary in the coal mine for other young developers. The mockumentary approach makes its dull humor more of a mockery than of the white-collar job climate it’s lampooning. As a result, Super Villain Games succeeded in helping me relate to Doug's plight in one crucial way: hating my reviewing job — if only for a short time.

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6 / 10 - Paper Beast
Apr 25, 2020

Pixel Reef's origami-filled adventure consistently maintains its audio-visual splendor, but often folds under closer scrutiny of its gameplay.

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7 / 10 - Obduction
Apr 19, 2020

Cyan’s latest is another confident puzzle adventure you can't help but appreciate—even if there's some Myst potential.

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6 / 10 - Machinarium
Apr 18, 2020

A robotic-themed adventure game composed of well-oiled and rusty parts.

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Apr 10, 2020

Separation is an apt title to illuminate its central problem. The adventure beckons you to experience a desolate world, utilize a VR headset, tingle your sensory stimuli in a way you can almost touch, and engage with a narrative tackling uncomfortable emotions. But, despite this magical potential, all of the accumulated shortcomings reveal the integral quality it sorely lacks: authentic connection.

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8 / 10 - Bleeding Edge
Apr 7, 2020

Slender launch content aside, Ninja Theory's first venture into competitive multiplayer ranks among the most joyously-frenzied brawlers of this generation.

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Apr 4, 2020

Moons of Madness demonstrates adaptation mismanagement of Lovecraft’s method to leave you haunted by his story’s horrific implications.

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In the end, The Suicide of Rachel Foster feels like the quintessential first draft of a horror/drama flick latched to a graceless gameplay template. The excitement and deliberate pacing early on suggest learning from the industry’s best exemplars. Ominous warnings suggest ghosts are roaming The Timberline’s halls. As it progresses, however, uncoordinated game design and tonally-tangled storytelling turns that engagement frozen stiff. Like walking through a grand hotel with years of decay, you can’t help but wonder how it could fare under new management.

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5 / 10 - Draugen
Mar 16, 2020

Uneven storytelling and unexceptional gameplay makes this quaint Scandinavian mystery one you can a-fjord to miss.

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