Adam Dileva


12 games reviewed
67.8 average score
73 median score
16.7% of games recommended
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Much like its Zelda roots, Death will traverse across vast open overworld areas that can be explored by foot or on his trusty horse Despair."

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Oct 13, 2015

Even though I'm a massive Walking Dead fan (both the TV and comics) I only somewhat enjoyed my time with this game due to its randomness and forced duties that hinder exploration and experimentation in long bursts.

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50 / 100 - Final Fantasy V
Oct 4, 2015

An embarrassing & lazy mobile to PC port

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Veterans of the genre (or series) will no doubt enjoy Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse for what it offers. It's an interesting story, has a plethora of puzzles that need to be solved (regardless of either being too easy or difficult at times), and is simply fun all the way to the closing credits. The few issues I did experience will vary on your love for the genre, and once you've completed it there's really no reason to run through the game again.

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70 / 100 - Party Hard
Sep 1, 2015

[F]or all of its shortcomings, it makes up for it in its great Twitch integration, gamepad support, personality, and with those bears that know how to use a phone and snitch on me.

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85 / 100 - SMITE
Aug 19, 2015

SMITE feels natural to play on Xbox One with a controller, something I was unsure it would as it's a very 'clicky' experience on PC. With the Xbox One now having its first MOBA, hopefully this will open the doors for others to come to the platform, as long as they are done properly and with care, just like SMITE.

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70 / 100 - Tachyon Project
Jul 20, 2015

Tachyon Project does enough things to make itself stand out against the bigger names in the genre and be competent, but falls short on doing much else to really rise above and beyond the kings of the category.

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10 / 100 - Wander
Jun 7, 2015

If there's no groundwork and fundamentals in place for players to interact with one another, especially for a game with zero objectives, it's destined to fail. I can understand what Wander was trying to do, but even so, it's both nowhere near complete and polished, and sadly, completely void of fun in any way.

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67 / 100 - Decay - The Mare
Feb 26, 2015

If you were a fan of Myst back in the day and long to have that old school point and click adventure back, then you'll most likely enjoy The Mare, even if the horror genre isn't your thing.

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78 / 100 - Deathtrap
Feb 9, 2015

I was pleasantly surprised and had an enjoyable time playing with multiple characters and building their skill trees to suit my play style. Without the cooperative mode, I would have been done with the game quite quickly, but being able to play with friends and strategize in the harder difficulties is worth the price of admission.

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