Owen Good


47 games reviewed
76.8 average score
80 median score
60.0% of games recommended
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Nov 8, 2019

In present day, Need for Speed Heat seems limited, reminding me of all the things that made it distinct, but still hedging against them in case I don’t find them enjoyable. I’m confused about what would have made this game better, but the series seems just as confused about what it wants to be.

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The player character customization is also a lot more detailed than its Division cousin, which of course sets up an opportunity to throw even more microtransactions at the player. The good news is that player progression isn't tied to anything that can be bought for real money. Though the in-world currency is sold for real cash, there is no need to buy it if you'd rather avoid the premium economy.

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Unscored - FIFA 20
Sep 27, 2019

The best parts may carry over, but the new flashes make it all worth revisiting

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Sep 21, 2019

eFootball PES 2020 doesn’t make me forget about its competition, but it does force me to reckon with what I really want from a soccer video game, and who really meets those needs.

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Unscored - NASCAR Heat 4
Sep 10, 2019

NASCAR Heat 4 may not look different, at first, but it doesn’t take long before I can feel just how much better it has become.

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Unscored - Madden NFL 20
Aug 3, 2019

Size and speed always carry the day, but Madden gives you new ways to use them

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It takes a while for the ETRC’s five tons of thunder to get rolling

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Unscored - F1 2019
Jun 25, 2019

All sports video games are educational in some way; even MLB The Show will teach me new things about hitting every year. But the video game that both educates me and develops me as a fan of the sport is really doing its job, regardless of the visuals and gameplay fidelity (which are still take-it-for-granted impeccable in F1 2019).

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Unscored - MLB 19: The Show
Apr 4, 2019

Staples like Road to the Show and Diamond Dynasty, the card-collection/fantasy baseball suite now in its eighth year, are the two biggest reasons to pick up MLB The Show 19. They are brimming with variety and fun experiences both big and small.

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Mar 22, 2019

And, while the story-based campaign and leveling system provide plenty of thrills, it takes about 50 hours to actually get to the real shit. The endgame is where I can now choose between playing as a sniper, a bomber, or a non-specific character who can do a bit of everything, and join up with other super-achievers to take down a tougher gang called the Black Tusk.

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