Stephen Totilo


34 games reviewed
82.4% of games recommended
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Jun 6, 2016

The sense of scale that VR provides a game like this is remarkable. The comfort with which you can play this game is an example for other VR developers to follow. Yes, it is good and satisfying and even spectacular to play a traditional third-person action adventure in virtual reality.

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May 5, 2016

Uncharted 4 may have problems at its edges, but its middle is phenomenal. It is a sufficiently wonderful finale for a studio that has made its own case that its next great step should be somewhere new.

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Unscored - Star Fox Zero
Apr 22, 2016

Even after I found a way to wield its unwieldy controls, the game underneath those controls is a lukewarm retread. As a flagship Nintendo console release or even as a worthy sequel to a once-great franchise, Star Fox Zero just doesn't cut it.

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Unscored - Star Fox Guard
Apr 20, 2016

The core gameplay of Star Fox Guard is nevertheless very good, very satisfying and very fun to play solo or with a person nearby shouting camera directions.

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Unscored - Quantum Break
Apr 1, 2016

Despite how pedestrian some aspects of the game may be, I concluded Quantum Break feeling like something new had happened. Something special had happened that more than compensated for some of the flatness of the story and the mostly rote gunplay. A game simply never worked like this before, nor has a TV show. Because of that, what might have otherwise been ordinary feels extraordinary.

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Unscored - Far Cry Primal
Feb 29, 2016

Primal is worth playing, but only once you're hungry for more and only if you're prepared to plumb its depths.

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Unscored - The Witness
Jan 25, 2016

A meditative masterpiece of virtual architecture and puzzle design.

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Oct 16, 2015

An unspectacular sidescroller that squanders its core idea.

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Aug 3, 2015

The best bundle of games releases for an Xbox since The Orange Box. Some are all-time classics, Others are Grabbed By The Ghouies.

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An entertaining if perosnality-light translation of Assassin's Creed from open-world 3D to linear 2D.

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