Tom Byers


9 games reviewed
100.0% of games recommended
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Unscored - Narita Boy
Apr 22, 2021

A testament to handcrafted pixel-art perfection, Narita Boy pays tribute to the arcade classics of the ‘80s while also building on the foundation they laid.

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Unscored - Genesis Noir
Apr 17, 2021

A critically intelligent and passionate journey through space and time, Genesis Noir is a stellar example of gaming, noir, and art. A must-play.

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Nov 17, 2020

A stunning new world and powerful abilities await in Destiny 2: Beyond Light, but all the good is outweighed by the amount of content Bungie threw in the Destiny Content Vault, forcing future Seasons to pick up the slack.

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Oct 4, 2020

Projection: First Light is a beautifully designed Australian gem that still needs a lot of refining before it can be a viable option in the puzzle-platforming arena.

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Sep 25, 2020

Adventures of Pip basks in its unoriginality. A love letter to old-school platformers, it manages to be a delightful romp with charming music and tight controls. Developer Tic Toc Games could have done more with its resolution-swapping hero, but it’s a fun time regardless — and definitely worth experiencing for the first time on the Switch.

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Unscored - MO: Astray
Sep 12, 2020

An excellent, original game experience that you should be furious that you didn’t know about, MO:Astray offers a blend of intrigue, fun and complexity that is few and far between in games of any genre.

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Loved - Boomerang Fu
Aug 13, 2020

Boomerang Fu delivers a deliciously smooth combat experience that begs to be shared with friends and family, serving fun and chaos in heaping amounts that will definitely bring you back for seconds and thirds.

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Recommended - Neversong
Jul 14, 2020

A short and sickly sweet adventure puzzler that drips with originality and creative passion for perfect game design, Neversong is a fantastical nightmare journey that’ll surely leave you wanting more.

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May 11, 2020

Infinite – Beyond the Mind is an action-packed delight that builds momentum from the first chibi-styled enemy to the final bulletstorm blowout. With a few rough edges, this indie title offers a solid platforming experience for both solo players and co-op setups to replay and master.

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