Kyle Bell


32 games reviewed
58.1 average score
60 median score
46.9% of games recommended
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Jun 24, 2020

Whether you're looking for a chill, non-violent ocean adventure or an educational product for kids, Beyond Blue does both surprisingly well. Just don't expect an action-packed experience.

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Jun 20, 2020

If you have Xbox Game Pass, it's worth checking out. Otherwise, rogue-lite fans should find something that they'll enjoy here.

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Jun 16, 2020

The surprisingly compelling storyline and interesting puzzles keep you powering through, even as the dialogue drags on at times. Plus, the pixel art style and retro-inspired music give the game real charm. Considering the budget price, it’s well worth checking out.

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Golf with Your Friends is supposed to be a casual party game. However, glitchy and oftentimes annoying gameplay ruin the experience.

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Jun 5, 2020

Minecraft Dungeons is a good entry-level dungeon crawler. Hardcore gamers might find it too simple.

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May 25, 2020

It’s polished. It has interesting gameplay mechanics. And it is priced right. What’s not to like?

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May 18, 2020

It is hard to recommend The Inner Friend even at its steeply discounted price because of its short length and limited gameplay.

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May 8, 2020

Whether you are looking for a casual game to play on your own or if you want something family-friendly to play with kids, Hidden Through Time is a pretty solid choice.

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Mar 31, 2020

Even with the stage properly set, Moons of Madness ultimately fails to reel you in and demand your attention. It has a pretty high production value, and the setting is interesting. However, I never felt any sort of attachment to the main character and ultimately cared more about the otherworldly environment.

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Basically, this is a PS2 game running on the PS4 with a veneer of next-gen graphics. In 2020, that's unacceptable even as a throwback to a different era. To come full circle, the idea for Katana Kami: A Way of the Samurai Story is solid. The execution is not.

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