Daniel Nichols


11 games reviewed
66.3 average score
71 median score
45.5% of games recommended
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Jun 18, 2021

Strategic Mind: Fight for Freedom is a rough game in some areas but the turn-based tactical gameplay is surprisingly involved and gives you plenty to think about.

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68 / 100 - Forgotten Fields
May 12, 2021

An experience which exudes humanity and warmth, from the writing to the visual style and music. A short game with some issues, but it packs a true emotional weight.

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Apr 3, 2021

Evil Genius 2 is a fun, charming game which allows you to run an evil empire from your secret island lair. Despite some issues, the gameplay holds up to be a worthwhile experience.

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An absolute joy from start to finish, The Life and Suffering of Sir Brante puts you in a tumultuous time and gives you a starring role. The story and hard decisions you're forced into makes this an engaging experience.

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Feb 19, 2021

Typing Fingers - Enemy is a broken game which is unlikely to help in the fight against dyslexia and illiteracy. It's a chore to play and poor save system makes completing the story a slog.

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77 / 100 - Helheim Hassle
Feb 6, 2021

Helheim Hassle oozes charm and is a fun, short light-hearted romp. Some minor frustrations do sour the experience but they're the exception to the rule. It has great characters and is worth the price.

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Dec 14, 2020

Football Manager 2021 is another great entry into the franchise, with minor improvements from last year coupled with some major changes. The immersion and depth make for a rewarding experience.

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39 / 100 - XIII
Nov 18, 2020

One tiny step forward and three huge leaps backwards. Some minor modern improvements fail to mask the failures of this remake. If you want the best experience, the 2003 original is the definitive edition.

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Age of Empires III: Definitive Edition is a fun RTS. Historical Battles are a highlight and it's an easy game to grasp for newcomers with tutorials and the Art of War mode. However, bugs, lack of variety and a grindy level system hold it back.

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Oct 6, 2020

Troy is a good addition to the Total War franchise with an interesting setting. However, it does not capture the imagination or attention like previous entries in the franchise.

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