Clayton Cyre


11 games reviewed
71.5 average score
72 median score
36.4% of games recommended
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71 / 100 - Exit the Gungeon
Mar 27, 2020

While I still prefer the original because of the overall size of rooms, I’m impressed with what Dodge Roll did with this sequel.

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One of the best pick up and play experiences I’ve had in recent years

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85 / 100 - Daemon X Machina
Feb 24, 2020

Although the Mech Warrior franchise felt more customizable overall, Daemon X Machina brings the optimal customization to what can be swapped in and out, while bringing a lot more to the genre in the visuals, gameplay and story.

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59 / 100 - Debris
Dec 14, 2019

If you don’t mind minimal visuals for an interesting story, Debris is worth checking out.

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Dec 4, 2019

As a fan of anime, I can appreciate the storyline and the art panels that fall page by page during certain segments but as a gamer, I see a lot of flaws in the overall experience.

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Nov 16, 2019

I wouldn’t recommend Wanderlust to anyone who dislikes reading. Wanderlust Travel Stories is a very text-heavy experience. But if you enjoy reading and learning from gaming experiences and also enjoy traveling, I definitely recommend this gaming experience. Wanderlust Travel Stories is an evolution of non-fiction, blending the sights and sounds of cities, mountains, shores, etc. with interactive storytelling.

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Nov 9, 2019

Any fans of the Doraemon manga and anime should almost certainly purchase this farming simulator for the Nintendo Switch if only for the story.

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72 / 100 - Moons of Madness
Oct 31, 2019

Though Moons of Madness isn’t the first game to do so and it likely won’t be the last, it’s a survival horror experience that succeeding in giving a grown man nightmares, which is something a zombie game just can’t do.

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Oct 7, 2019

The great aspect of Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince is that you may discover a new way to solve one of the puzzles, come across new things on a second playthrough or even play more as a different character the second time.

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After many hours with Breakpoint, I can safely say I’m looking forward to what’s coming next.

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