Kurtis Seid


41 games reviewed
70.2 average score
70 median score
75.6% of games recommended
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70 / 100 - Citizen Sleeper
May 25, 2022

Citizen Sleeper can be some great solo fun for those who have played a similar Powered by the Apocalypse game. But, the game doesn’t offer enough to entice newcomers with no experience. Even then, it can be a little difficult to resist just cheating the system by min-maxing on certain skills.

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80 / 100 - DayZ
May 1, 2022

DayZ is far less a game and more an open toolkit to make a unique but unpredictable adventure. Some might find an extremely intense survival adventure. Others may feel the mixed excitement, terror, and loneliness of relying on strangers.

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70 / 100 - Kaiju Wars
Apr 27, 2022

Kaiju Wars is a fun but all too brief tactical experience. While each individual campaign battle is engaging, with only six acts Kaiju Wars doesn’t have enough content on its own. Players will need to rely on building their own maps and finding others produced by the Steam community.

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85 / 100 - Chernobylite
Apr 26, 2022

Chernobylite can be very enjoyable for players who want to take on the role of team leader and savior. While exploration will be crucial at first, as the base grows in size, players will be spending much of their schedule staying behind, sorting supplies, and simply manning the fort. Players that instead want a deep combat-focused game will not find it here.

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60 / 100 - Godlike Burger
Apr 21, 2022

Godlike Burger has some fantastic concepts but isn’t executed quite well. These issues aren’t big enough to ruin the game's entirety but make it feel like balance patches should be deployed soon. Definite improvements could include full open sandbox mode, better controls, and some multiplayer.

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75 / 100 - The Ascent
Apr 11, 2022

The Ascent can be great fun with three other like-minded players. There are lots to explore in Veles and many challenges. On the flip side, much of the game falls apart or is otherwise tedious solo.

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68 / 100 - Medieval Dynasty
Mar 30, 2022

Medieval Dynasty had been in early access for over a year. While it is now officially released, it doesn’t feel completely done. There is still a lot of meat to satisfy diehard simulator fans. But others might want to wait until even more features are added.

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Mar 26, 2022

Syberia: The World Before is a significant next step in the franchise's storyline. Longtime fans will find both challenges and joy in this installment. But being this deep into the narrative means that it is no place for newcomers, even diehard point and click adventure fans.

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75 / 100 - ELEX II
Feb 28, 2022

ELEX II is completely for the fans of the first game that want more of the same. It doesn’t change enough to impress those that didn’t already love ELEX, nor is it in a good place for first-timers. Still for those returning, ELEX II will offer lots of action and tough choices.

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Feb 14, 2022

Serious Sam: Siberian Mayhem adds directly to Serious Sam 4 without changing much. Despite being a standalone expansion, players should go through Serious Sam 4 first. Only after, should Siberian Mayhem be considered for purchase?

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65 / 100 - Scarf
Feb 2, 2022

Scarf has the pieces to be laid back and enjoyable platformer. It may get repetitious at times, but never fully frustrating. Hardcore fans of both platforming and puzzles will find a jewel in Scarf.

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75 / 100 - Titan Quest
Jan 14, 2022

Eternal Embers can be great fun for hardcore Titan Quest fans. However, despite having all sorts of quick onboarding options Eternal Embers is not the right place to start the whole experience.

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Jan 4, 2022

This is the President has an interesting concept but doesn’t have strong enough narrative, dialogue, or characters to carry it the entire way through.

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75 / 100 - Chorus
Dec 29, 2021

Chorus winds up being very open-ended, and players may have a greatly altered experience. How one builds and modifies the Forsaken will play a big part in how the game feels.

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Aiko’s Choice is a great follow-up for one that already loved every aspect of Shadow Tactics. Those that never played the original should definitely play that first before considering the expansion.

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Dec 9, 2021

Century: Age of Ashes is a great objective combat-based game for those looking to have exciting dog fights. But like most online multiplayer games the enjoyment will always be swayed by teammates and opponents.

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80 / 100 - Prison Simulator
Nov 16, 2021

Prison Simulator is a great representation of working in a prison and seeing the life of an inmate. There are lots of possible schedules, events, and freedom to interact with NPCs. But most of them will eventually become an ordinary routine.

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Oct 26, 2021

Midnight Protocol nicely recreates the experience of hacking.

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35 / 100 - The Plane Effect
Sep 27, 2021

The Plane Effect is an art exhibit malformed into a game that could have been a beautiful and provoking experience to passively watch.

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80 / 100 - Encased
Sep 19, 2021

The setting and story of Encased have a lot of hooks that will keep any RPG lover engaged. With both the choice of five backgrounds and many dialogue choices, the game has high replay value.

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