Samiee Tee


13 games reviewed
53.5 average score
55 median score
23.1% of games recommended
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Traveller's Tales return to the LEGO fray is a double-edged sword of good intentions, and the over-complication of its famous brand of gameplay. At its best, The Skywalker Saga sees itself touching greatness it hasn't seen since the seventh generation of gaming.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Agent Intercept
Mar 31, 2022

Keeping a satisfying gameplay loop at its most energetic for as long as it possibly can, Agent Intercept's worst sin is being just long enough that the simplicity drags the core experience down over time.

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3 / 10.0 - Shredders
Mar 29, 2022

Needlessly complex controls dragging down a robust system, a storyline uninterested in upping the ante to wacky hijinks or otherwise, and a world that fails to acknowledge your existence, Shredders performs self-sabotage by seemingly not performing at all.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Tux and Fanny
Mar 21, 2022

A toy box sprawled out onto the floor of game development, Tux and Fanny is a brilliant mini-game parlour, with a satisfying narrative to match when it isn't too busy trying to be a stoner-inspired stream of consciousness.

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Mar 7, 2022

The hit drumming series' arrival on Xbox and PC is with several caveats, as without the famous Taiko drum controller, it's thoroughly restricted. Thanks to a fantastic tracklist, however, the numbed sensation manages to provide infectious gameplay.

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Feb 20, 2022

One of the worst kart racers to be released in recent times, lacking decent track design, tight controls, visual flair, fair A.I, and is far from an optimised experience. Hideously broken on almost every level, this is something a "simple patch" cannot remedy.

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8 / 10.0 - Fatum Betula
Feb 9, 2022

As a player, Fatum Betula hosts fulfilling gameplay, rewarding exploration with an atmosphere of thick nostalgia and childhood fear. As a curator, it is a brief exploration into auteur theory, and that direction is never necessarily important, only context.

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5 / 10.0 - Mr. Prepper
Feb 4, 2022

With a storyline that is clearly angry at western values, Mr. Prepper can do nothing but try and stand out with a story that comes at the sacrifice of compelling gameplay. The attempts to challenge with a forced playstyle may turn off potential window shoppers.

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3.5 / 10.0 - Blackwind
Jan 26, 2022

After great first impressions showcasing fun gameplay and interesting characters, it quickly becomes a fascinatingly bad example of mech combat, lacking feedback, foresight, and fair play. Unbelievably boring offensive capabilities, a nonsensical story, and hilarious voice acting which tries its best to stand out. Unfortunately, it isn't enough to stand out.

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3.5 / 10.0 - Collapsed
Dec 31, 2021

Behind the times and lacking in its reason, to imply that Collapsed is an exercise in any of its design would also imply it exerted in the first place. Boring gameplay with no feedback, a story simply uninterested in being told, and a visual design too zoomed out to appreciate, it struggles to find reason in a genre that allows you to exist by default.

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7 / 10.0 - Little Bug
Dec 14, 2021

A storybook with half the pages missing, Little Bug rushes towards an ending whilst attempting to leave everything in the dust, including its fantastic gameplay. Take your time and you'll find a shining core of fun, challenge, and excitement, failing to be extinguished by its lacking narrative.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Titan Chaser
Nov 23, 2021

An open-world experience that loses interest in its own promising setup over time, before finding renewed interest in the idea of "AFK gameplay" instead. An experiment that just barely succeeds in its endeavour, despite uninteresting characters and lacking visual design attempting to drag it down.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Ring of Pain
Nov 13, 2021

A speedy roguelite with confusing narrative content that bogs down an otherwise fulfilling blueprint of satisfying moment-to-moment gameplay and positively off-putting visual design. A case of carte blanche backfiring in the face of a finale that fails to uphold a promise on one end, betraying that quick-thinking nature.

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4 / 10.0 - Astria Ascending
Oct 27, 2021

While Astria Ascending's gorgeous world has a basic gameplay loop that can satisfy for a while, it lacks the knowledge to challenge minds or the spirit further. With no strategy in the later battles, a story moving too quickly to be poignant, and severely unlikeable stereotypes as characters, the lessons are forced and the result is grating.

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