Evan Narcisse


20 games reviewed
82.4% of games recommended

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Evan Narcisse
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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Evan Narcisse
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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Evan Narcisse
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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Evan Narcisse
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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Evan Narcisse
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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Evan Narcisse
Mar 2, 2015

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

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Evan Narcisse
Nov 17, 2014

This War of Mine looks at war from a point-of-view rarely explored in video games, that of the civilians who have their lives disrupted by armed conflict.

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Evan Narcisse
Oct 23, 2014

Bayonetta 2 represents a master class in over-the-top set pieces, filled with dozens of giatn bosses and absurd situations to test your reflexes.

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Evan Narcisse
Oct 21, 2014

The Evil Within winds up feeling like an inconsistent rehash of ideas previously executed elsewhere. Its great boss fights aren't enough to justify the tedium and frustration the game puts players through.

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Yes - Hohokum
Aug 12, 2014

Hohokum is bizarre yet hypnotic. The urge to make sense of what's going on will keep you playing a lot longer than you'd frist expect.

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Evan Narcisse
May 14, 2014

Super Time Force takes collective nostalgia for old movies, cartoons and games and wraps them up in a fun, exponentially clever manifestation of current video game technology.

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Evan Narcisse
Mar 23, 2014

Second Son provides a great example of how to transition a sereies to a new generation of dedicated hardware with a tangible sense of evolution in almost every aspect.

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Lords of Shadow 2 squanders a great premise - playing as the King of Vampires in a modern day city - with mediocre execution.

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Not Yet - Killer Instinct
Nov 21, 2013

The revival of the old-school fighting game has over-the-top appeal but still feels like a half-strength title, even when you buy everything.

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Evan Narcisse
Nov 14, 2013

Need For Speed: Rivals puts you in a gaiant , connected web of high-speed car chases where you can join in on (or spoil) other people's fun.

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Evan Narcisse
Nov 12, 2013

Killzone Shadowfall might makes eyes happy with its stunning visuals but leaves brains and fingers bored with a package that's too familiar overall.

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