Danielle Winter


7 games reviewed
72.1 average score
65 median score
42.9% of games recommended
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Sep 21, 2020

No Straight Roads is a videogame first and foremost; and by videogame standards, this was a poor effort for such wasted potential.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Pacer
Nov 19, 2020

Though there are a lot of issues under the hood, Pacer is a decent anti-grav racer at heart. If R8 Games continue to tinker, tweak, support and add enough post-launch content - the potential is there for this series to become a serious contender.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Among Us
Nov 30, 2020

Accessible enough for everybody, Among Us coaxes out everyone's inner psychopath and Sherlock. With short addictive bursts of gameplay that's long enough to satiate, this sleeper hit has/will become a staple in your games library and gaming nights to come.

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8 / 10.0 - Superliminal
Dec 12, 2020

The forced perspective game mechanic alone makes Superliminal an essential buy for those looking for a new first-person puzzler. Both mind-bogglingly clever and hilarious use of environmental storytelling, the potential to be a classic is limited by its short play time and unnecessary exposition.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Calico
Jan 30, 2021

Both a tranquil and amusing game that has its moment of natural charm in certain gameplay and narrative elements, but falls short when that charm feels forced. The lack of quality in its visuals and quest lines hinder it from being a great game, but still worth a look for younger audiences.

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6.5 / 10.0 - PUSS!
Feb 23, 2021

If a mini meander of mind-bending meow-sochistic mouse mazes sounds like a good trip to you, then PUSS! Is undoubtedly a great recommendation. Otherwise, the purposefully stringent controls, disorienting gameplay, and rage-inducing cheap-shots might rub folks the wrong way.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Loop Hero
Mar 17, 2021

Regardless of whether or not you enjoy the sound of a "top-down rogue-like deck & dungeon-building auto-battler", Loop Hero will graciously guide you along its path - only to ensnare you in its devilishly addictive short gameplay loops.

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