Kyle Simcox


26 games reviewed
68.5 average score
70 median score
42.3% of games recommended
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Oct 24, 2022

Soulstice isn't looking to reinvent any wheels but it's an incredibly fun hack-and-slash adventure game with decent storytelling. It's only downsides are it's weak visuals and finicky camera.

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Nov 25, 2022

Gotham Knights is a fun, if not shoddily made super beat em up that is best experienced with a friend or three.

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With an exception to its gated progression system, Justice Sucks is a wonderfully absurd journey about an AI vacuum that's silently murdering his way through 90's television shows in order to save his family from an evil corporation.

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Asterigos: Curse of the Stars doesn’t elevate the Action RPG genre that’s been birthed from the Souls franchise to new new heights, but for what it does, it does well. Maybe it’s not be the most challenging game amongst its peers but it does prove that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

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Dec 26, 2022

Evil West’s biggest issues are in its technical problems. The game is incredibly fun but it’s marred by performance issues and just feels dated with simple level design.

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Dec 31, 2022

It's easy to look at Midnight Suns and blow it off for not being something we're used to getting. However, Firaxis has crafted a fantastic experience with a crew of not so well known superheroes. Even the developers themselves have expanded their repertoire by trying something entirely new as well. As far as Deck Building RTS games go, Marvel's Midnight Suns hits the nail on the head and obliterates it in the best way possible.

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Jan 23, 2023

Forspoken is a bland experience about a girl and her cuff trying to save a world blanketed in corrupting mists. It tries to do a lot of things but doesn't ever really do any one thing well.

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