Kevin Dunsmore


105 games reviewed
75.0 average score
80 median score
52.4% of games recommended
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3.5 / 5.0 - Gotham Knights
Oct 20, 2022

Gotham Knights has its moments of brilliance and fun, but never manages to step out of Batman’s looming shadow. These knights are more than sidekicks, they just aren’t heroes quite yet.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Digimon Survive
Aug 8, 2022

Digimon Survive isn't quite the game anyone was expecting based on the marketing.

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Feb 2, 2022

This is one zombie title worth exploring; just know it’s not the diamond it should be.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Battlefield 2042
Nov 11, 2021

Battlefield 2042 is a fun game to play, but its base game content will leave you wanting. Thankfully, Battlefield Portal is there to pick up the slack and does so splendidly. There’s still some gas left in Battlefield’s tank.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Back 4 Blood
Oct 13, 2021

Back 4 Blood manages to recapture much of the magic Turtle Rock Studios crafted more than a decade ago.

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Sep 1, 2021

Sonic Colors' vibrant colors, inventive level design and fast gameplay made it a hit back in 2010.

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Nov 12, 2020

The wait for the next Kingdom Hearts game is sure to be agonizing and Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory only does so much.

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Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods – Part One is an addendum to the base game experience.

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Nickelodeon and Stephen Hillenburg stumbled upon something unique when they created SpongeBob SquarePants. SpongeBob's infectious positivity has allowed the show to continue to this day and spawn numerous films and games alongside it.

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May 30, 2020

Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath is an entertaining extra romp for those wanting more Mortal Kombat 11. Though it likely doesn’t change the trajectory of the franchise, it’s a fun 2-3 hours anchored by the phenomenal Cary Hiroyuki Tagawa. Fujin and Sheeva are decent additions to the roster, though RoboCop comes off as an uninspired choice for the third slot. There aren’t any new additions to the gameplay, outside of the free stages, Friendships and stage fatalities added for all players free of charge. If you loved Mortal Kombat 11, you’re going to enjoy Aftermath. Its weakness is the cost. For $39.99, Aftermath doesn’t supply enough to justify the price. The story is over too soon, and with only three new characters, the offering comes off as shallow when compared to what players got in the base game and Kombat Pack. As an expansion, Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath features a quality addition to the campaign and three new characters that are mostly high quality. While quality should always trump quantity, Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath is a case where the quality can’t justify the high cost.

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May 21, 2020

Nearly ten years later, Saints Row: The Third remains an anomaly in the open-world genre as so many continue to embrace seriousness and realism.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Gears Tactics
Apr 27, 2020

Despite some stumbles, Splash Damage has successfully taken the essence of the Gears franchise and transferred it into a turn-based strategy game.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered doesn't include the multiplayer and spec ops components.

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Jul 29, 2019

Wolfenstein: Youngblood begins with Soph and Jess killing their first Nazi and ends with both caked in blood from their conquests.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Borderlands 3
Sep 18, 2019

The phrase, "doesn't do anything particularly new," is apt to describe Borderlands 3.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Mortal Kombat 11
Apr 22, 2019

The ever-flowing nature of time meant we'd eventually return to an Armageddon level event.

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Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker's Memory may not be a true sequel to the 2016 original, but it's a better version of a familiar experience.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Agents of Mayhem
Aug 15, 2017

We're living in a post-Saints Row world where Volition wants to bring players something new, but familiar to the table, and for the most part, Agents of Mayhem fills that void. It retains Saints Row's sense of humor and mayhem all while adding in team-oriented gameplay. It's the agents and their individual stories that steal the show thanks to snappy writing, bizarre scenarios, and perfect comedic timing. The story itself is a highlight thanks to the insane villains, although it takes a few chapters before things pick up. It's disappointing that the remaining activities are so repetitive and lack the imagination of what Volition is known for, and with a myriad of technical issues, it feels like Agents of Mayhem was shoved out the door earlier than it should have. Still, despite a few hiccups, there are still hours of fun to be had with Agents of Mayhem. It may not be the best open-world game out there, but like its predecessors, it stands out in a sea of AAA titles that take themselves far too seriously.

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Oct 14, 2017

Middle-earth: Shadow of War aims for the spectacle of the films, but falls short with a directionless, lore-breaking campaign.

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