Todd Eggleston


6 games reviewed
82.5 average score
80 median score
100.0% of games recommended
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9 / 10.0 - Pixel Ripped 1995
May 12, 2020

Even if you weren’t a 90’s kid, what Arvore has managed to create will still delight any gaming fan in general.

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May 11, 2020

Not the prettiest game on the market: Check. Absolutely needs Quality of Life improvements: Check. Comes complete with a plethora of wonky glitches: Check. However, it finds that sweet spot where the hook just plain works. The reward of leveling and loot, the stress of scanning the treetops when you hear that Preda-purr, and the satisfaction of systematically wiping out an entire fireteam; it all just works.

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8 / 10.0 - Moving Out
Apr 28, 2020

Moving Out is a whimsical and absurdly hysterical game at times. Although it fails to deliver when you’re playing by yourself, it otherwise shines by focusing on the fun while finding smart detours around the frustration. Fans of same-screen co-op should definitely be moving on to Moving Out.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Covert VR
Mar 27, 2020

Covert is a great little heist adventure if you are a fan of couch co-op titles and have family or friends nearby. The often hilarious back and forth interactions are casual enough to include mostly anyone while never devolving the fun into frustrated arguing or finger pointing.

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8 / 10.0 - Paper Beast
Mar 23, 2020

Paper Beast is a tranquil meditative walking sim that requires problem solving to move forward. You don’t learn about the world by scanning objects, but more live in the world by interacting with its paper inhabitants. It overcomes some awkward mechanics to slowly take you from curiosity and wonder to truly sensing and even caring for the life of the world.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Bloodroots
Feb 27, 2020

Bloodroots really is an amazing little title that frantically bounces you between frustration and accomplishment in the most entertaining way possible. Its one-shot-kill keeps the action going nonstop, even when you’re the one being taken out, again, and again, and again.

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