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1548 games reviewed
75.3 average score
80 median score
60.1% of games recommended

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Unscored - MLB The Show 22
Apr 26, 2022

All that is just to say basically, it’s situational. If you can only choose one, you should probably just go ahead and get the PS5 or Xbox Series X version. But, if you have the luxury of being able to afford a Switch and current-gen version of MLB The Show 22 and can see yourself playing on the go, then go ahead and grab ’em both, you probably won’t regret it.

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Jul 10, 2020

If you’re a Nintendo fan that’s been dying to give this one a shot, then put on your big boy undies and give Catherine Fully Body on the Switch a try.

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Unscored - Death Stranding
Jul 13, 2020

Wherever you play it, Death Stranding is an unforgettable experience, and it isn’t often that a high-profile game is able to take such artistic swings. They don’t always connect, but when they do, they show why the name Kojima holds such reverence in this industry.

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Apr 3, 2018

The questing isn't anything to write home about it seems, but it's still a fast-paced, free-to-play MMORPG, that is genuinely fun to play thanks to its dynamic combat.

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Unscored - A Pixel Story
Apr 15, 2015

A Pixel Story puts together a great, complete package that has a ton of ingenuity and fun to offer. From pits of lava and deadly spike traps to bright landscapes and colorful characters, the story unfolds in a great progression that adds more challenge and more reward the deeper that players explore into each of the substantially-sized generations.

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Unscored - iO
Dec 19, 2014

All in all, iO puts together a simple but effective package that presents a wide skill range of available puzzles. With plenty of variety to the obstacles you'll face, there's lots to do no matter which type of puzzle you're best at.

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Unscored - I, Zombie
Dec 16, 2014

In the end, I, Zombie creates a fun, approachable setting that’s still plenty challenging.

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Unscored - Shutter
Apr 28, 2016

While Shutter probably doesn’t fit in well with most modern horror games, it does a great job of packing a good, creepy punch that’s reminiscent of early horror games.

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Unscored - Lost Dimension
Jul 27, 2015

If you’re nuts for strategy RPGs, I wholeheartedly recommend that you get Lost Dimension.

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Sep 15, 2014

Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is a game that I’d recommend to any fan of either series.

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There is so much that Majora's Mask has to offer, and almost all of it outshines any of the game's shortcomings.

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Twinfinite Staff
Apr 11, 2015

It is, without a doubt, one of the largest and most spectacular RPG available now on the Nintendo 3DS.

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Feb 23, 2015

Stardust Vanguards is, at its core, a well-made game for players that have plenty of local players to jump in on the fun. With a $9.

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Aug 25, 2015

All in all, the Mega Man Legacy Collection has just enough toss-ins and challenges to make it worthwhile, while not messing with the highly-successful formula that formed the foundation of this long-standing franchise.

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Feb 9, 2016

Whereas the core of Arslan: The Warriors of Legend is nothing new, it brings enough flair to the table so that it feels like it could be new. If any Dynasty Warriors, Samurai Warriors, or Warriors Orochi fans have been looking for another great example of the hack and slash genre, this is definitely it.

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Ultimately, Road to Gehenna serves as a fantastic addition to an already-great game. Fans of The Talos Principle should definitely pick it up, though I'm not sure it works as a reason to throw down the $39.

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Twinfinite Staff
Feb 6, 2014

So grab some friends, throw Octodad: Dadliest Catch up on the big screen, and prepare to laugh and stumble your way through the life of one of the world's best dads.

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Unscored - Shiftlings
Mar 9, 2015

When all is said and done, Shiftlings is a fun game.

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1 / 5.0 - Dolmen
Jun 1, 2022

For a genre that is now getting even more popular and perhaps even saturated, getting the basics right is the least we can expect if a game hopes to make an impression. However, with all these issues plaguing the game, plus visuals that hardly scream 2022, Dolmen is not living up to expectations at all. The game tries to include many of the hallmarks of the genre, but muddles it all up with poor systems and execution. For a fan that has grown used to the genre’s often challenging requirements, recommending Dolmen is something that will only happen in an alternate dimension.

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Aug 3, 2016

So, to recap, Super Duper Party Pooper is a rhythm game with no real rhythm, with a bolted-on shooting game with poor aiming mechanics. Throw this all in with its lifeless graphics, inane premise, and poor soundtrack and this is, quite frankly, possibly the worst game I’ve ever played.

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