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Unscored - Dandy Dungeon
Dec 11, 2019

It’s got heart, that puppy, but it needs more brains.

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Dec 11, 2019

I do wish Paranoia: Happiness Is Mandatory had been a bit more daring in the attempt.

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I think it is good. It was a slow burn for me, for sure. And I agree there were ups and downs, especially in the emotional pacing of the earlier episodes. But they really earned this ending.

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Dec 10, 2019

If you’ve been waiting for a full-on simulation with all the bells and textbooks, and nothing less will satisfy you, Mechwarrior 5 isn’t going to cut it. For everyone else though, it’s bloody excellent.

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Dec 9, 2019

I had a genuinely good time with it for at least 75% of the time I spent playing it. If you’re actually into the series as a whole, I imagine you’ll have an even better one.

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Unscored - Phoenix Point
Dec 3, 2019

There’s slow-burn greatness in Phoenix Point. It’s a game where you might be exploring a site, bracing for ambush, but instead find an abandoned theme park dedicated to a novelty boy band of hedge fund managers called the Lucrative Lads.

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Unscored - Shenmue III
Nov 26, 2019

For better and for worse, Shenmue III is a perfect continuation.

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Unscored - MO Astray
Nov 21, 2019

I’ve absolutely loved this. It’s so refined, so well crafted, so supremely gory for something with such deceptively simple presentation, and has a difficulty pitch that feels always challenging, but remarkably fair.

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If you can look past its obvious pacing issues – and some of its more gratuitous character designs – Atelier Ryza is a solid slice of JRPG comfort food that goes down easy and might just leave you asking for more. If you’re part of that in-group – and you likely know if you are – you’re in for a thoroughly enjoyable experience.

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Nov 20, 2019

Bum-bo may have to deal with a lot of crap, but it’s all well worth pushing through.

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