Lewis Larcombe


4 games reviewed
75.0 average score
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60 / 100 - The Chant
Nov 15, 2022

I'd say The Chant is a very solid entry into the survival horror genre, especially for someone like me who isn't really a big fan of the horror genre in all media. The acting is strong, and the crafting elements help to bring a sense of defencelessness to Jess. The story kept me enthralled, and The Gloom did its job of keeping me on my toes and giving me that horror game experience. The Chant may not look as good as it perhaps should on current gen, but the griminess of the island acted as an eerie backdrop to what first seemed like paradise.

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Sep 12, 2022

From the niche concept alone you can tell this music rhythm FPS mash-up is more than just a monetary opportunity; it's a passion project for the developers and seeing it all together. I can't help but say they have done a fantastic job at creating a solid game.

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80 / 100 - Cursed to Golf
Aug 18, 2022

The genre written above speaks for itself, but this isn't your average sports game. [T]he simplicity of the game's mechanics plus the puzzle-like courses that you have to make your way through really does make for an addictive experience.

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80 / 100 - Soda Crisis
May 25, 2022

It's weird to use nostalgia to describe such a modern-looking game but with how the game feels mechanically, I can't help but see [Soda Crisis] as a true successor to the older joystick platform shooters we used to play when we were kids.

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