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Unscored - The Pedestrian
Feb 10, 2020

The Pedestrian is surprising and astonishing and delighting, it’s true. But for about the first hour and the last.

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Feb 5, 2020

Reforged, like a lot of remasters today, is good for a run around if all you wanted was to give your nostalgia a long leash

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Feb 3, 2020

Some games are like chips. Even if you’ve got pals to play with, maybe wait until this one comes as cheap.

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Jan 31, 2020

The freedom to tackle the magnificent levels almost any way you choose, remains one of C2’s most beguiling attractions.

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Jan 30, 2020

Is the higher resolution worth ten denarii, citizen? I wish I could say so. Praetorians HD Remaster looks better than its predecessor, but honestly, still looks like a mobile game I’d find in a promoted tweet, alongside a vague imperative like “defend your empire!”.

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Jan 30, 2020

For it was – it is – unforgettable.

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Unscored - Coffee Talk
Jan 30, 2020

It could have been longer, it could have been more substantial and dramatic. But it’s a good way to relax for a few hours.

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Jan 28, 2020

Whether Might & Magic: Chess Royale can grow to the point where I’d recommend it to everyone rather than just genre newcomers is a different kettle of spuds, though. Perhaps more toppings will spice up the potato, but what’s here is tuna mayo. Predictable and nice, if you like that sort of thing, but quick to go stale.

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Jan 17, 2020

Vestaria Saga is a merciless game. It can be wonky. Unpolished. Occasionally frustrating. But I know a particular subset of players won’t care, because this is a new, old, Fire Emblem, and nobody but Shouzo Kaga makes games like this anymore.

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Unscored - Wattam
Jan 16, 2020

There is indeed plenty of Takahashi weirdness to be found in Wattam, but it’s of limited value without the magic, the soul, or just the basic ingenuity required to connect the dots and make it all sing.

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