Jamie Davies


28 games reviewed
64.3 average score
68 median score
46.4% of games recommended
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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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8 / 10.0 - The Falconeer
Dec 18, 2020

The Falconeer absolutely excels in story and presentation. Sure, its aerial combat gameplay might lack impact or variety, but with such an interesting and visually stunning world, it's easy to overlook such shortcomings.

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Nov 28, 2020

Trollhunters: Defender of Arcadia is a dull but mostly serviceable throwback to an era of gaming where licensed 2D platformers were rife. Decent writing and acting do help it stand out, but not by much.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Torchlight III
Nov 4, 2020

Torchlight III started life as a free-to-play title, and by all accounts it shows. It won't bore you, but it's just not engaging enough to become your next gaming obsession.

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Oct 17, 2020

A vibrant world full of enjoyable characters and high-quality voice acting take the edge off a game that's boring at the best of times and broken at the worst.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Serious Sam 4
Oct 10, 2020

Despite some (mostly successful) attempts to tweak the formula, this is, at its core, Serious Sam exactly how you remember it.

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Oct 4, 2020

An experience that pulls from gaming's best (and worst) bits to create a wholly unforgettable few hours. There is No Game: Wrong Dimension, is not just a game: it's something very different and a little bit special.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Mortal Shell
Sep 12, 2020

An engrossing combat system and numerous novel gameplay mechanics save what would have otherwise been merely a passable Dark Souls tribute from total mediocrity. Sadly, there's still too much harming the experience to justify a wholehearted recommendation. It ain't Souls and it certainly ain't polished, but it's not terrible either.

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I've sunk dozens of hours into Heroes of Hammerwatch and eagerly await the chance to spend dozens more. With numerous layers of progression systems, multiple distinct classes and more content than seems reasonable for its low price tag, Heroes of Hammerwatch is a must-play for roguelike fanatics or people after their dungeon-crawling fix.

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