Anthony John Agnello


57 games reviewed
73.6 average score
80 median score
60.9% of games recommended
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Starbreeze's collaboration with first-time game director Josef Fares is a soaring success, joining wholly unique and effective controls with a vivid visual language.

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Dynasty Warriors is still gracing consoles with enormous, repetitive, glorious video game brawls.

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Nov 18, 2020

Dragon's Crown, George Kamitani's latest game made for Vanillaware, is a soup of his very favorite ingredients

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Jan 22, 2019

It only took 22 years of soul searching, but Resident Evil has finally found itself. The series has from the beginning shifted in tone, scale, and action that it's never been entirely clear what Resident Evil should be. Is it a first-person thriller? A campy survival spook out? A cooperative blast ‘em up where T-rexes...

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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes doesn’t invite you in. If you’re unfamiliar with the huge swatch of game history, Grasshopper’s catalog, or even games industry business gossip, this will come off as a less entertaining surrealist action game overshadowed by Suda51’s old work like Killer7 or even No More Heroes.

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Dec 3, 2018

Darksiders III is as silly and awesome as classic heavy metal.

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8 / 10.0 - Mega Man 11
Sep 30, 2018

Capcom didn't need to make Mega Man 11. Even if it's very good — and it is — it doesn't have to exist. More than 30 years after the original game brought the little blinking blue dude and his weird robot world to NES, the series has done its work. The 8-bit game series reoriented...

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4 / 10 - We Happy Few
Aug 29, 2018

It calls up any real experience of anxiety lickety split. But the threat's easy to escape and even easier to forget. The difference between a great idea and a great story is subtle, but important.

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75 / 100 - Vampyr
Jun 4, 2018

At no point in Vampyr did I have fun following trails of blood, mixing antiquated remedies out of opium, or bludgeoning some Crucifix wielding goon in a mask for the 50th time. But I was constantly compelled forward to find out what next grim choice it would give me, anxious to spend yet another night in one of its safehouses to see if my efforts to keep London's souls alive another day had worked.

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Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze is a solid, if occasionally frustrating platformer.

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