Jamie Davies


38 games reviewed
65.5 average score
70 median score
44.7% of games recommended
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Apr 30, 2021

A compelling found-phone horror title which demonstrates a real love for and understanding of the Doctor Who universe.

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Apr 22, 2021

Star Wars: Republic Commando on Switch is the worst way to play an outstanding and incredibly likeable game.

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Apr 17, 2021

Under the Jolly Roger is hard to recommend. It may offer entertaining ship battles, but these lack enough depth to compensate for every other aspect being a drawn-out slog.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Room to Grow
Apr 3, 2021

Room to Grow stands apart from anything else available in the puzzle game market. It may not inspire a whole new era of puzzle gaming, but it does provide a novel and genuinely challenging experience.

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7 / 10.0 - Rack N Ruin
Mar 6, 2021

Rack N Ruin might suffer from an abundance of items and enemies, but there's enough worth experiencing in the game's humour, combat and distinct visual design to make it worth a playthrough.

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7 / 10.0 - Gods Will Fall
Feb 23, 2021

A charming top-down dungeon crawler without quite enough challenge or content. Gods Will Fall is worth grabbing on sale, even if you won't ever be worshipping it.

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A fun but incredibly flawed hybrid of stealth and hack-and-slash which plays like something dug out from the bargain bin of 2009.

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A good visual novel and introduction to the Werewolf: The Apocalypse universe. It may be far too brief, but its replay value goes a long way towards making up for that shortcoming.

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Jan 1, 2021

An enjoyable overworld dragged down by tedious, imprecise platforming gameplay. It's not devoid of merit, but Drawn To Life: Two Realms isn't the jolt of electricity needed to shock the franchise back to life.

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8 / 10.0 - Rogue Company
Dec 20, 2020

Rogue Company mixes casual and tactical gameplay styles to create a hero shooter that, while not particularly innovative, is incredibly entertaining. You've seen this all before folks, but sometimes good things stick around for a reason.

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