Lee Bradley


33 games reviewed
75.3 average score
75 median score
45.5% of games recommended
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93% - Overwatch
Jun 1, 2016

Overwatch abandons a lot of what we've come to expect from multiplayer shooters to create a fresh, exciting, fantastically entertainingly experience. I may never play anything else.

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May 20, 2016

There's some good ideas and nice execution beneath Homefront: The Revolution's terrible performance and dodgy design. Very occasionally, everything lines up to make for a unique experience. However, the fact that the game was even released in this poor state is terrible.

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Apr 9, 2016

The Dark Souls games remain a high-water mark for the action RPG. Uncompromising, occasionally infuriating, yet constantly rewarding for those with the correct level of patience and dedication, Dark Souls III is a fitting end to a fantastic trilogy.

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Mar 12, 2016

A co-op, third-person cover shooter with a whole load of loot-based, ability upgrading, gear crafting, stat levelling stuff built in, The Division is an entertaining game. If you want to play through all the content and move on, you'll have a good time. If you've a weakness for loadout-tinkering and don't mind grinding, it could be your new obsession.

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Mar 7, 2016

A fun, familiar experience, Action Henk is a lovely little one-more-go arcade racer that’ll have you attempting levels over and over to shave a few milliseconds off your time. You’ve done it all before, but that won’t stop it putting a smile on your face.

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Feb 22, 2016

With a wealth of new ideas, including taming and controlling animals, a non-linear story and an upgradable village hub, Far Cry Primal isn't just Far Cry 4 with cavemen. Much of the gameplay will feel familiar, but the additions are just about enough to keep it fresh.

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75% - Unravel
Feb 11, 2016

This year's most beautiful game so far, Unravel doesn't quite display the design prowess to match its wonderful visuals, but it's nevertheless an enjoyable, charming experience. And in Yarny, EA has an adorable new mascot.

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This War of Mine: The Littles ones is a powerful, affecting game that covers an aspect of warfare not typically touched by the medium. Telling the stories of normal civilians caught in the middle of a war, it asks: what you would do to survive? The disturbing answer is: anything you have to.

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An improvement on its predecessor, Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India is a more varied game that at it's best, is pretty damn good. But a handful of poor choices and underdeveloped ideas hold it back.

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Tense, dramatic and unique, Rainbow Six: Siege feels and plays unlike any other shooter on the market. It's not perfect but it can be great fun. We just wish there was more of it.

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