Jamie Davies


14 games reviewed
57.5 average score
63 median score
35.7% of games recommended
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6.5 / 10.0 - Cloudpunk
May 28, 2020

In the gameplay department, Cloudpunk simulates the boredom of a minimum wage job a little too well. Looking back, I'm happy to have played Cloudpunk, but I never want to sit through it again.

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8 / 10.0 - The Persistence
May 20, 2020

With a simple but engaging upgrade system; enough weapons and gadgets to make James Bond blush; and a great parrying mechanic that brings an unexpected rhythmic element to combat, this is one title that warrants a purchase even without any fancy VR setup. Repetition with enemy variety and level structure may mar the experience for some players, but it's easy to overlook these faults when the core game has so much to offer.

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Apr 29, 2020

A would-be bland, but harmless kids' platformer that, due to insulting levels of gameplay padding, crosses over into dreadful territory. Truly, it's hard to imagine anyone enjoying this tedious, personality-devoid bore of a game.

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5 / 10.0 - Memories of Mars
Apr 13, 2020

There's nothing novel with this release; much like the droning ten-note melody that punctuates the menus and all too much of the gameplay, it's repetitious and bland. Memories of Mars asks for too much player commitment and offers too little in return. Whatever this game does well is done better elsewhere.

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8 / 10.0 - Dezatopia
Mar 27, 2020

Dezatopia is a spectacle that gets more impressive the better it's played. With the most satisfying-to-use weapons this side of DOOM and a seemingly endless variety of enemies to use them on, there aren't many stronger cases to be made for the return of the 2D scrolling shooter.

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Mar 14, 2020

Ego Protocol: Remastered is a tile-sliding Lemmings-like that offers about as much excitement as a geriatric knitting club. Outside of some temperamental controls and poor use of its sci-fi theme however, there's not much to highlight as a real issue. It's not offensive enough to incite mass riots but it still feels like a chore every step of the way.

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Feb 15, 2020

An improvement on its predecessors in just about every conceivable way. Zombie Army 4: Dead War offers one of the 'gamiest', most carefree and satisfying shooting experiences of recent years. Technical bugs and a lacklustre horde mode prevent this from reaching its full potential, but it's just so hard to stay mad at a game that's this much fun.

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4.5 / 10.0 -
Feb 9, 2020

Triangle Studios' latest release makes a strong first impression with striking visual effects and satisfying shooting mechanics. Sadly, the appeal quickly wears thin, exposing its repetitive gameplay and samey environments. Good for a handful of short bursts, especially with friends, but it feels too much like an unfinished product to fully recommend.

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2.5 / 10.0 - NEKOPARA Vol. 3
Feb 2, 2020

There are some heart-warming themes of friendship and scenes of goofy fun that might appeal to someone looking for an optimistic gaming experience, but in many ways these only make the sexual scenes even less pleasant. NEKOPARA is a franchise for a very specific type of person, unfortunately, that's just not me.

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7.5 / 10.0 - SIMULACRA
Jan 25, 2020

The studio clearly sees potential in the format as a storytelling platform, and I definitely want to see them refine it in the future.

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