Jessica Eudy


8 games reviewed
76.3 average score
80 median score
75.0% of games recommended
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Jan 13, 2023

Even if it does get wrapped up in its own mechanics at times, Children of Silentown is a charmingly creepy point-and-click adventure with lots of lore and plenty of heart.

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Nov 8, 2022

A Little to the Left is a short, charming puzzle game that has some minor mechanical issues; however, if you're looking to play a laid-back, casual title to unwind, you're likely to enjoy it regardless.

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Sep 20, 2022

Despite some mechanical gripes, Cult of the Lamb is delightfully blasphemous in the best of ways, from the creepy-cute visuals to the fast-paced roguelite combat to the engrossing base building. Being a possessed sheep leading an evil cult has never been so much fun.

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6 / 10 - Restless Soul
Sep 1, 2022

Restless Soul has stylish visuals, a cute premise, and enjoyable combat. But it has little of the natural charm of the games it’s trying so hard to emulate, rendering it a mildly amusing but ultimately unoriginal game.

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9 / 10 - Stray
Jul 21, 2022

Stray is one of those rare games that manage to be narratively intriguing, dynamically fun, and addictively replayable all at once. If you like cats, or even if you just like great adventure games, this is a must-play.

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Jun 6, 2022

An irrefutably cool concept of "fixing the past to save the future" situated within a fascinating environment is bogged down by underwhelming writing, dated graphics, and a good deal of unnecessary, uninteresting content. For a potential-filled game about time travel, Eternal Threads is frustratingly stuck in the past.

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Apr 14, 2022

What Lies In the Multiverse manages to distinguish itself from its peers in terms of both engaging puzzles and a darkly humorous but moving narrative. Despite some mildly annoying logistical issues, Multiverse is a wonderfully clever puzzle platformer with a distinctive style, a quick wit, and a ton of heart.

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A stylish visual novel with interesting gameplay and an engaging plot, The Life And Suffering Of Sir Brante will appeal to most people who like choosing their own adventures, classic literature, or even just a great story.

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