Evan Narcisse


20 games reviewed
82.4% of games recommended
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Apr 12, 2016

It's often said that, as a medium, video games suck at storytelling. Stories feels like it's trying something rewardingly different, to do more than just ape the linear style of a summer blockbuster movie. It's embracing tried-and-true hallmarks of action game design and weaving them around interactive fiction elements. The result is both familiar and fresh.

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Apr 5, 2016

This is a game that can broaden an individual person’s horizons and that of the entire medium, as well. It’s definitely worth your time.

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Unscored - Street Fighter V
Feb 16, 2016

Street Fighter V delivers strong multiplayer competition but feels much emptier than previous entries in the franchise.

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Nov 9, 2015

Rise of the Tomb Raider feels like a confident improvement on its predecessor, giving players more tombs, better crafting and increased options for stealth.

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Yes - Laserlife
Sep 24, 2015

Laserlife is a feast for the eyes, ears and reflexes.

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Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime's brand of fast-paced teamwork is the kind of thing that can make complete strangers feel like old war buddies after only a few minutes.

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Yes - Galak-Z
Aug 11, 2015

Galak-Z is like a workout for your video game brain: it hurts but the pain will make your skills stronger.

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Yes - Sunset
May 26, 2015

Sunset puts players in the middle of a war from an entirely unique perspective, trapping players in a beautiful yet tense apartment that they need to clean every day.

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Apr 22, 2015

Mortal Kombat X deftly adds new characters, features and options while maintaining its signature over-the-top appeal.

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Mar 2, 2015

Pneuma delivers a clever puzzle-solving mechanic inside of a lonely existential mystery.

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