Cameron Corliss


14 games reviewed
71.4 average score
75 median score
50.0% of games recommended
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Jun 20, 2021

Those that enjoy games that are bloody, bombastic, and have a pinch of humor will find an excellent experience in Chivalry 2. It's approachable, smooth, and an excellent time with friends. Plus, there's the promise of free content on the horizon, which should make the current offering even more appealing to those that engage with it. While there are some minor technical issues to be sorted out here and there, it's still one of the most enjoyable experiences to come out of 2021 so far.

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May 24, 2021

BioMutant manages to check all of the boxes for an open-world RPG, but it never quite reaches the heights that it aspires to.

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Apr 29, 2021

Housemarque's Returnal is a shining example of what the studio is capable of, packing tight gameplay together with an interesting world.

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All told, the nostalgia rush of reliving a classic game is enough to make Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection a worthwhile experience, but the game's underwhelming design decisions may make some players bust out an NES Classic to enjoy the original Ghosts 'n Goblins instead. It has some unique concepts of its own, but those can only carry it so far.

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Jan 19, 2021

All told, though, Hitman 3 is one of the best stealth games ever made.

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Dec 31, 2020

Cyberpunk 2077 has a lot of potential to be a great game, but that potential is buried under a mountain of egregious technical issues.

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Spider-Man: Miles Morales may not be a full sequel, but it more than lives up to the original, despite some setbacks due to its brevity.

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Even if the game would've been limited to the first Pro Skater, the remake would still well be worth it. It's a smooth experience packed with rich levels, energetic gameplay, and a ton of style. It doesn't dramatically reinvent the Tony Hawk formula, but it doesn't need to, nor should it. It's the definitive way to experience the core of the Tony Hawk franchise, elegantly surpassing what came before it, and setting a new bar for future entries in the process. For other contenders to the skating game throne, that bar will be incredibly difficult to exceed.

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Destroy All Humans has been brought forward into 2020 with a new remake, but it still struggles to shake its antiquated design.

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Jun 14, 2020

Mimimi Games' Desperados 3 might not look like much on the surface, but it's an incredibly nuanced stealth game with plenty to love.

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