William Cennamo


7 games reviewed
60.0 average score
60 median score
40.0% of games recommended
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Overall, Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground is a decent outing for fans of the tabletop miniatures game. It creates a solid "one more time" gameplay loop that keeps players constantly trying to find better units and gear to max out their potential. The story for each faction is enjoyable, despite its constant mid-battle interruptions, and the consistent difficulty level makes for a solid challenge, even if the overall package is unlikely to resonate with anyone who isn't already keen on either the genre or the IP.

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May 24, 2021

Sony's FMV thriller Erica is coming to PC.

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Unscored - Skate City
May 5, 2021

Skate City is a relaxing skateboarding game.

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It's hard to fully recommend Don't Give Up: A Cynical Tale. There is an interesting story here and fun characters to chat with, but overall the game comes up short. With its linear paths and lack of interactivity for the player, Don't Give Up ends up feeling more like a visual novel with a battle system than an actual RPG adventure.

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Cyanide & Happiness: Freakpocalypse Part 1 is lackluster.

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Unscored - Dead by Daylight
Nov 18, 2020

Dead by Daylight now runs at 60 fps and 4K on Xbox Series X/S.

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There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension is full of hilarity, it's an enjoyable experience from beginning to end. It may not re-invent the point-and-click wheel but any type of gamer can find fun inside this little indie-game package, and it comes highly recommended.

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