Christopher Livingston


47 games reviewed
72.3 average score
76 median score
42.2% of games recommended
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87 / 100 - Watch Dogs
May 27, 2014

Creative hacking and covert multiplayer modes bring exciting new life to otherwise familiar open-world man-shooting.

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49 / 100 - Wayward Manor
Jul 16, 2014

A promising concept but dismal execution on just about every level.

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64 / 100 - Cloud Chamber
Aug 14, 2014

An innovative format for a mystery but lacking in story and performances, and overly reliant on peer approval.

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Unscored - Metro Redux
Aug 22, 2014

If you didn't think much of the games initially, there may not be enough in Redux that will change your mind.

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Sep 29, 2014

A tense and spooky stroll through a gorgeous world, some fun supernatural detective work, and an efficient script with sparse dialogue.

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70 / 100 - Costume Quest 2
Oct 9, 2014

Adorable, amusing, colorful and well-animated, but the combat is too simplistic and repetitive to remain interesting throughout the game.

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60 / 100 - The Evil Within
Oct 16, 2014

A challenging blend of stealth and action, but relies on gross-out rather than real fear. Poor design choices leads to technical shortcomings.

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70 / 100 - Dying Light
Jan 30, 2015

Despite a clunky story and technical performance, there's a lot of fun to be found in dashing and dodging through a zombie-filled city.

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60 / 100 - Aaru's Awakening
Feb 28, 2015

Beautiful and creative, but controls and design issues often drag it from challenging to frustrating.

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86 / 100 - Cities: Skylines
Mar 10, 2015

A handful of flaws, but this fun and addictive city-builder still climbs high.

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