Francis Kenna


8 games reviewed
74.4 average score
80 median score
62.5% of games recommended
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10 / 10.0 - Hades
Oct 17, 2020

The three-pronged combination of satisfying moment-to-moment combat, a plethora of long-term permanent upgrades, and an intricately woven story that seamlessly unfolds make Hades a dangerously enjoyable game.

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8 / 10.0 - Moon
Sep 12, 2020

Although it sometimes pushes the boundaries of adventurous puzzle solving too far, venturing into occasionally absurd degrees of vagueness, moon has generally stood the test of time, managing to still provide an inspired and novel romp through a perplexing world of quirky characters even after two decades.

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Jun 26, 2020

Some odd priorities, excruciating pacing, and weak character writing keep this intriguing game from being excellent, even if its gameplay and presentation have received large improvements.

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Jun 7, 2020

The Wonderful 101 isn't just a unique spin on the action genre, it's a title that oozes with enthusiasm in a way that very few games do, and although the remaster doesn't do quite enough to alleviate the daunting learning curve, it's one that action fans have no excuse to skip.

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Mar 22, 2020

Will of the Wisps isn't just a fantastic follow-up to an already great game, it's a brilliant metroidvania in its own right, and arguably the year's first major must-play release.

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Jan 26, 2020

It's just not particularly interesting to play through. There's certainly some enjoyment for fans to latch onto, but it's hard to say if that's enough when the game feels skin-deep in its appeal.

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Nov 29, 2019

It's certainly not a game for those looking for a more relaxing trip through mythical Japanese inspired locales, but whoever decides to stick with Sekiro through its hardships are bound to experience one of the most rewarding and memorable titles of the year.

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8 / 10.0 - Death Stranding
Nov 21, 2019

Death Stranding might be the most unique AAA game of the generation, with an addictive core gameplay loop that manages to combine a new concept with tried-and-true design philosophies, and a story that - while messy - has a sweet emotional core that's likely to stick with players long after the credits roll.

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4 / 10.0 - Afterparty
Nov 18, 2019

Like a sober night in the town with drunken friends, it starts off amusing enough, but it wears out its welcome after a while becoming tiring and grating, and towards the end.

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