Lou Sytsma


74 games reviewed
74.8 average score
78 median score
45.9% of games recommended
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Jan 4, 2020

No matter how well you do, you’ll never pull away from the pack. It’s the cheapest of AI solutions and undermines any sense of accomplishment. There’s no escape from it either, as the game does not support multiplayer. So it’s AI racing or nothing.

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73 / 100 - Golem (VR)
Dec 10, 2019

If you want to play something with a slower pace and dig fantasy coming of age stories, there’s enough here to make mastering the control scheme worth it.

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53 / 100 - VR Ping Pong Pro
Dec 3, 2019

While the game looks pretty enough there just isn’t a lot of depth to it. The feeling of playing ping pong is mostly here, but with the technological deficiencies in tracking that prevent the control and finesse needed in a fast paced game, VR Ping Pro misses the mark.

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Nov 16, 2019

This is unquestionably a brilliant experience. Everything about this version is bigger and better than the console version providing you have the rig to run it on.

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82 / 100 - Grid
Oct 10, 2019

With Grid, Codemasters have crafted a fun racing experience and managed to inject some personality into the game to boot.

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85 / 100 - WRC 8
Sep 27, 2019

The graphics, sound, presentation, and force feedback all blend together to create a wonderful sense of speed and the sense of ever present danger that immerses you in the world of rally racing.

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Aug 9, 2019

While there’s definitely promise in the concept of Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, the shiny visuals don’t make up for the lack of content and subpar execution. It’s a decent showpiece for the PSVR, but at this point in the platform’s lifecycle something with more meat is the expectation.

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Jul 4, 2019

Assetto Corsa Competizione provides a satisfying driving experience but like it’s predecessor – Assetto Corsa, it leaves the driver a bit wanting at times.

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Jun 19, 2019

Killing Floor 2 and Killing Floor Incursion go together like Rocky and Adrian. Each game has gaps. But different gaps that complement one another. Put together they give you a gameplaying experience where the sum is greater than the individual parts.

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