Tyler Wilde


41 games reviewed
68.9 average score
69 median score
26.8% of games recommended
Are you Tyler Wilde? If so, email [email protected] to claim this critic page.
Sort by: Page 2 of 5
Nov 9, 2016

A beautiful action movie that punishes improvisation, with under-populated multiplayer that can’t compete with a nine-year-old game.

Read full review

68 / 100 - Necropolis
Jul 12, 2016

Ghoulish creature design and fun combat are weakened by long boring stretches, clueless AI, and snickering obscurity.

Read full review

35 / 100 - Dangerous Golf
Jun 4, 2016

Dangerous Golf has a good variety of levels and lots of stuff to destroy, but offers weak, unsatisfying control over that destruction.

Read full review

May 18, 2016

Homefront: The Revolution feels slapdash, and after the initial fun of learning its systems, drab repetition reveals obvious exploits.

Read full review

82 / 100 - Hover Junkers (VR)
Apr 8, 2016

Even after the free-for-all matches start to feel redundant, the punchy, full-body action in Hover Junkers remains hilarious fun.

Read full review

Gears of War is fun as ever, but the technical flaws and limitations of Ultimate Edition are disappointing.

Read full review

70 / 100 - Unravel
Feb 13, 2016

​Stunningly rendered close-ups of nature make Unravel's somber fable and irritating death traps just worth surviving.

Read full review

44 / 100 - Tharsis
Jan 13, 2016

Tharsis is well made, but not well designed—an attractive, interesting board game idea, but only the first draft.

Read full review

61 / 100 - Hard West
Dec 3, 2015

The presentation is aced, but Hard West's turn-based combat is too rote to be engrossing.

Read full review

Tales from the Borderlands is a big, funny adventure with great characters—worth playing even if you don't like Borderlands.

Read full review

Sort by: Page 2 of 5