Matt Whittaker


102 games reviewed
73.0 average score
80 median score
52.5% of games recommended
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Jul 30, 2014

The Last of Us Remastered is the definitive The Last of Us experience. Its multiplayer is better, its level of immersion is higher, and its emotional impact is more profound thanks the inclusion of Left Behind.

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Unscored - CounterSpy
Aug 19, 2014

There's a lot to like about CounterSpy, but not enough to love. Its interesting polygonal graphics spawn original PlayStation-era nostalgia, but its archaic shooting mechanics feel just as dated.

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Unscored - Velocity 2X
Sep 2, 2014

Velocity 2X isn't just one of the best games of the year, it might just be the best downloadable title available on the PlayStation 4.

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1 / 5.0 - Submerged
Aug 4, 2015

There might have been a good idea at the heart of Submerged, but its execution is such a catastrophe that it's practically impossible to find it. Any emotional impact outside of pure anger that this short, repetitive title may have had is completely lost due to a number of technical issues and flat-out design flaws.

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1.5 / 5.0 - The Flock
Aug 23, 2015

While Vogelsap likely anticipated more interest in their project, something will have to change before this mess of a multiplayer game goes from bad to an outright lie.

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1.5 / 5.0 - Hatoful Boyfriend
Jul 25, 2015

Hatoful Boyfriend is the food fight of video games. While you can derive a great deal of entertainment from its complete insanity, this doesn't negate the fact that the end result is a total mess.

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Apr 3, 2016

The second episode of Blues and Bullets falls short in enough ways to make it easy to recommend staying away from it at this point until all five episodes are out in the wild.

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May 17, 2016

While Homefront: The Revolution had potential to be great, its mediocre gameplay, lackluster story and myriad of technical issues make it one of the biggest disappointments of the generation.

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2 / 5.0 - Pillar
Mar 1, 2015

Pillar's legacy will define it as an interesting idea, but nothing more. Basing an entire game around Myers-Briggs personality traits is brilliant in theory, but the execution has to match for the end product to be successful.

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Feb 27, 2015

Lumenox states on Aaru's Awakening's Steam Store page that it's "a hand-drawn, fast-paced 2D action platformer." The issue here is that there isn't a whole lot of action to speak of, outside of the occasional enemy elimination through warping, and its trial-and-error nature causes it to be anything but fast paced.

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