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71.3 average score
70 median score
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6 / 10 - Drake Hollow
Oct 20, 2020

Drake Hollow can be bisected into its survival and combat gameplay elements. On one hand, survival and building aspect is very enjoyable – there is something rewarding about a base growing from nothing into a beautiful, drake living paradise, and seeing the drakes go about their business to entertain themselves. But the other side of its core gameplay, the combat, is painfully lacking, making combat quickly turn from exciting to repetitive, with nothing available to spice up the threat of the game’s feral enemies. It is a shame that Drake Hollow could not bring more in-depth combat, because everything else about the game is enjoyable, and as a bonus, it has a stellar visual design and cute plant people to warm up your heart.

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5 / 10 - Serious Sam 4
Oct 19, 2020

I suppose fans of the franchise might still enjoy this latest addition but it's mostly a nostalgia trip now.

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8 / 10 - Spellbreak
Oct 7, 2020

I absolute had a blast with Spellbreak. This is a title in the overpopulated battle royale that deserves to find success and is gunning for your attention – it simply is ticking a lot of the right boxes for someone who might have issues with the slow nature of the genre.

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5 / 10 - Popup Dungeon
Sep 23, 2020

Overall Popup Dungeon is a very average game; first launching on Kickstarter April 3rd 2014, it has taken more than 6 years to release but the game and the humour already feels outdated. However Triple.B.Titles have done a great job at creating a papercraft style game and by adding more depth to the combat I could see this game sticking around for a while with the aid of a creative community to take the game to its limits.

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Once again it is the stages that make playing WRC 9 a brilliant time.

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In conclusion, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition is another classic FF game that featured a lot of revolutionary features for its time.

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Sep 18, 2020

They do mostly stick to the same formula, sadly, with AWE throwing in a couple of new light-based elements I would have liked to have seen more of, especially in combat(!), but once again both of them managed to compel me all the way through; mostly out of sheer curiosity and love of the world and its enigmas. I would really like to see more of this universe in the future and I think Remedy could get super creative with regards to upping the ante around the action. There’s the potential for a total game changer here and, after all, there are plenty more doors to discover in the Motel *wink wink*.

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8 / 10 - Faeria
Sep 8, 2020

Other than a few slight problems I would recommend this to any card game fans out there, it stays true to everything we love about card games while adding its own unique twist.

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5 / 10 - Gerrrms
Sep 7, 2020

As mentioned in the beginning, Gerrrms is a budget released party game that fits its price tag making it ideal for a title that can be picked up, played a while and then probably only ever brought out at family occasions.

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Sep 3, 2020

Either way, when all is said and done – I kind of love this game.

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