Nathan Grayson


26 games reviewed
57.1% of games recommended
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Unscored - Mafia 3
Oct 12, 2016

An occasionally frustrating open-world experience that's greater than the sum of its parts.

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Unscored - Starbound
Aug 4, 2016

Starbound is full of whimsy, surprise, and strange little interactions. It’s a universe unto itself, just begging to be explored.

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Blood and Wine is equal parts triumphant and somber, a reminder of all the great times we’ve had with Geralt and some of the shitty things we’ve done in his shoes. It’s about facing down the totality of Geralt’s in-game legacy and—instead of regretting or redoing it—coming to terms with it.

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Unscored - XCOM 2
Feb 5, 2016

A fresh, fast tactical strategy game that makes 2012's XCOM feel ancient.

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Unscored - Darkest Dungeon
Jan 26, 2016

Being a hero has consequences, and Darkest Dungeon lays them bare.

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Nov 20, 2015

It's a fun multiplayer take on star Wars despite repetition and a small number of locations.

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Yes - Undertale
Oct 31, 2015

Wonderful characters, ample secrets, tons of replayability. Boss fights can be tedious. A subversive spin on role-playing games that's packed with heart and humor.

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Tales from the Borderlands episode two is, on the whole, a solid entry in what's becoming a darkhorse contender for my favorite Telltale series, not to mention an instance of Telltale finally going all-in on character moments.

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It's Saints Row IV with too many cut corners. Some of the series' core fun remains, but it's sandwiched between disappointing filler.

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Oct 23, 2014

Combat feels good at times, but overall the game is alternately bland and frustrating.

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