Stacey Henley


9 games reviewed
79.0 average score
80 median score
55.6% of games recommended
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All things considered, Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is a great sports game but only a decent Olympics game. Nearly all of the 20 (or is it 16?) events offer an enjoyable enough time and only a few are bogged down by mechanics, but once you’ve played them all a couple of times, you’re done. If you dabble in the two player mode regularly or find a game online, it could be a deeper experience, but it just feels like the trimmings aren’t quite there. I won the boxing gold medal as a bunny rabbit maid with blue hair though, so there’s that.

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The only gripe anyone could possibly have about this game is that they personally prefer the narrative driven THUG and THAW games. I probably do too, but in terms of the raw THPS experience, this game has everything you need and more. Warehouse is the best opening level of all time, and you can spend hours in each park figuring out new lines. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 Remake is a magnificent game, and while the Nintendo Switch doesn’t offer the definitive version of the game, but it almost does, and that’s good enough for Jamie Thomas.

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Feb 10, 2021

Little Nightmares 2 understands exactly what it wants to be, and mostly pulls it off.

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75 / 100 - Cyber Shadow
Feb 1, 2021

Cyber Shadow isn't the peak of the genre, but it's a shuriken's throw away.

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A simple setlist, but the performance shines thanks to technical ability and showmanship.

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Dec 10, 2020

Carefully crafted puzzles and clues in the story give this game, set on a Polynesian island, the satisfying feel of a journey

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Dec 3, 2020

Investigative reporter Sam Higgs goes back to his home town and becomes entangled in a dark mystery he must solve

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Nov 12, 2020

This warm, strange, endearing puzzle game brings new meaning to an old axiom

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Aug 27, 2020

Tell Me Why offers a much-needed reshaping of the choose your own adventure games, moving away from cliffhangers and dramatic, distinct choices towards a more gentle and meaningful experience. The game features bouts of magic realism, but is most magic in its human moments. All the major choices shape your character's experience more than their actions, and while the first, introductory chapter occasionally feels shallow, later chapters are overflowing with depth.

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