Kyle Bell


41 games reviewed
59.8 average score
60 median score
51.2% of games recommended
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Feb 13, 2021

The Medium seemed like one of the more promising games coming to Xbox Series X. Visually, it makes pretty good use of the hardware, and the environments are stunning at times. Unfortunately, poor controls and seriously flawed gameplay design choices hold this back from being the instant classic that it could have been.

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Drunken Fist quite obviously does not take itself very seriously, so I am not going to treat it like a regular game. It relies on gimmicks and gags in a similar way as games like Goat Simulator. Once the gimmick wears off – and it will very quickly – there’s not a whole lot here.

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Jan 20, 2021

Warhammer: Chaosbane Slayer’s Edition is a standard run-of-the-mill dungeon crawler that’s quite similar to Diablo. It features strong combat and good graphics on next-gen consoles, but you retread the same areas way too frequently – so much so that it becomes tiresome.

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Jan 19, 2021

Super Mario 3D World is the game that the Wii U needed at launch.

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The Pillar: Puzzle Escape is a competent puzzle game with light adventure game elements. It's short and not overly challenging, but it is fairly entertaining.

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Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells is one of the best free-to-play casual puzzle games on the market.

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Tetris Effect Connected is a fun and fresh take on the classic franchise.

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Dec 29, 2020

Call of the Sea is easily one of the best Xbox Series X launch titles. It's a short adventure with clever puzzles and a heartwarming love story.

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Dec 23, 2020

Space Invaders Forever is a pretty decent compilation. Each of the games included in this is different enough that you should stay entertained for a while. However, for the $30 price tag, Taito could have included more classic titles. Fans of the series should still enjoy their time here.

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Nov 18, 2020

In summary, Speed 3 controls poorly, the frame rate is awful, the AI is dumb, there are barely any tracks, it’s ugly, and the game crashes. Other than that, it’s great!

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