Lucas Raycevick


28 games reviewed
61.4 average score
63 median score
28.6% of games recommended
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There aren't any puzzles, or notable action scenes.

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Short, contrived, and occasionally frustrating; Episode 4 of New Frontier is so far the weakest of the bunch, and it's up to the game's finale to bring this entry back to the top of its game.

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The action scenes in particular benefit from some improved sound design.

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A New Frontier, despite its name, really is sticking with what’s worked before, and it’s not made to convert.

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45 / 100 - Silence
Dec 22, 2016

And problems such as nonsensical pathfinding and the inability to skip dialogue are unforgivable in this age.

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45 / 100 - Stereo Aereo
Dec 9, 2016

Simplicity and camp are consistent factors in Stereo Aereo.

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This hypothetical is begging for exploration and The Uncertain’s first moments do an excellent job of establishing the world and connecting you with the game’s main protagonist.

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85 / 100 - Shadow Warrior 2
Oct 14, 2016

The best way to play Shadow Warrior 2 is also the most exciting and rewarding, as hanging back and shooting from afar is not nearly as effective combing your firepower with blades, and magic.

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50 / 100 - Into the Stars
Mar 7, 2016

Even when you get past the halfway point with people dying, and resources draining, there’s no tension because you’ve done everything you can, and you’re just hopping that the next planet or ship you stumble upon has something of use.

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80 / 100 - SUPERHOT
Feb 26, 2016

The game continues to utilize its brilliant concept, and despite a few shortcomings, this game had me glued to the screen in ways I haven't been engaged in since last year's GOTY contenders.

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