Sidd Masand


23 games reviewed
65.9 average score
65 median score
30.4% of games recommended
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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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