Ryan Fleming


12 games reviewed
77.5 average score
80 median score
50.0% of games recommended
Scores 5.8 higher than average

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Ryan Fleming
Apr 9, 2014

MLB 14: The Show is a step forward for the franchise, but it's a smaller step than we've come to expect.

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Ryan Fleming
Mar 26, 2014

Infamous: Second Son builds on the best of the previous games in the series, even while mired in repetition.

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Ryan Fleming

The second episode of the Walking Dead's second season is one of the finest episodes yet – and that's saying something.

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Ryan Fleming

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 features memorable combat in a forgettable world.

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Ryan Fleming
Feb 5, 2014

Outlast has elements that are genuinely frightening, but they yield to predictability, and predictability leads to tedium.

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Ryan Fleming

Although the first episode of The Walking Dead Season 2 is a bit slow to get going, the groundwork is there for another amazing game.

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Ryan Fleming
Nov 27, 2013

A half-baked attempt to revive the NBA Live franchise should have waited another year.

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Ryan Fleming
Nov 20, 2013

The future of first-person shooter looks an awful lot like the past.

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Ryan Fleming
Nov 20, 2013

If you like to bring grief to other players, this may be the racing game you've been waiting for.

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Ryan Fleming
Nov 19, 2013

Take away the expectations and graphical power, and you're left with a simple, but often charming button masher.

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Ryan Fleming
Nov 5, 2013

Although it follows the same formula, 'Call of Duty: Ghosts' offers a few refreshing changes.

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Ryan Fleming

Legacy is a fun game, but it is limited and dated. The mechanics are decent, although you will come to rely on the maneuver button more than a flying game should, and it ends up taking away from the gameplay a bit. Despite the decent use of the 3D, the game does not make good use of the 3DS' hardware, and as a result Legacy feels primitive by modern standards.

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