Sidd Masand


23 games reviewed
65.9 average score
65 median score
30.4% of games recommended
Scores 1.4 higher than average

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55 / 100 - How We Soar (VR)
Dec 14, 2016

The world’s themselves are beautiful, stunning and make you feel like you’re flying, but the level design is held back by monotonous gameplay objectives.

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75 / 100 - Pinball FX2 (VR)
Dec 3, 2016

It took a few rounds, but I almost felt like a kid again in the arcade.

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30 / 100 - Weeping Doll
Nov 21, 2016

Unfortunately, Weeping Doll has none of the redeeming qualities F.E.A.R had.

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60 / 100 - Eagle Flight
Nov 16, 2016

While Eagle Flight has some really good elements, it also has several problems including a steep price tag, repetitive gameplay, no checkpoints, and a slim online mode.

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50 / 100 - Pixel Gear (VR)
Nov 10, 2016

While the shooting mechanics are solid, the overall game just feels bland and repetitive.

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80 / 100 - Rez Infinite (VR)
Nov 3, 2016

Even though Rez Infinite VR is 15 years old, it almost feels like it was originally created for VR.

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Oct 27, 2016

Music VR isn’t so much a game as it’s more of a music visualizer with a focus on letting you experience your music in a way you haven’t before.

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90 / 100 - Thumper (VR)
Oct 24, 2016

Thumper VR delivers such an amazing sense of speed and edge of your seat gameplay that you’re instantly hooked.

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71 / 100 - Ace Banana
Oct 23, 2016

Ace Banana is a very easy game to pickup and play making it perfect for all ages.

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Oct 23, 2016

There’s a lot of cheesy and over the top moments in the career mode and I personally loved it. There are also some references to past Rock Band games as well.

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Oct 9, 2016

One of Payday 2’s strengths has always been the variety of heists offered.

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60 / 100 - Verdun
Sep 12, 2016

It’s realistic, historically accurate and sometimes satisfying gameplay can’t make up for the fact that the game’s community is almost non-existent, gameplay is riddled with technical issues and the lack of a proper tutorial can make the game downright frustrating.

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Jul 20, 2016

Super Mutant Alien Assault will keep your attention for a few playthroughs, but don’t expect much else.

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55 / 100 - Koi
Apr 24, 2016

Koi’s simplistic approach is ultimately its downfall.

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60 / 100 - Loud on Planet X
Apr 19, 2016

Music games largely live and die by their soundtracks and one of LOUD’s biggest strengths is its setlist.

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80 / 100 - DiRT Rally
Apr 12, 2016

DiRT Rally is a game that probably won't appeal to a lot of casual gamers. Dirt Rally really feels like it's been made for that core audience that loves realistic racing games like Gran Turismo.

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65 / 100 - Foul Play
Mar 8, 2016

The presentation and set pieces are terrific and one of the best parts of the game. Within each level you'll see a lovely variety of enemies and backgrounds.

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65 / 100 - Not a Hero
Feb 3, 2016

Around the 11 or 12th level is where it feels like you've hit a wall with the game. Expect to die a lot in Not a Hero.

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Dec 18, 2015

As a newcomer to the series, the game has a lot to offer, but poor design choices ultimately lead to the game becoming mediocre instead of great.

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85 / 100 - Rock Band 4
Oct 6, 2015

At the end of the day Rock Band 4 feels more like an evolution than a drastic departure. If you've always wanted to put your mark on a song, then the new self-expression enhancements are reason enough to give Rock Band 4 a shot. Couple that with a branching career mode, support for your old instruments and DLC and Rock Band 4 stands out as the best game in the series, even if it's missing some core features.

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