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Unscored - Kine
Oct 16, 2019

Even though Kine does a great job of drip-feeding you its complexities, I hit a wall once I reached the main stage.

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Unscored - Disco Elysium
Oct 15, 2019

A masterpiece, but flawed, and proof positive that if ZA/UM can do flawed masterpiece for their first outing, they might already be chipping away the flaws in time for their next.

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Unscored - Felix the Reaper
Oct 14, 2019

Even Felix’s sweet, sweet dance moves can’t throw the game’s glaring design flaws into shadow.

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Oct 9, 2019

Even if Destiny’s horizon does seem as featureless as the moon itself, there’s still plenty of fun to be had in gobbling up everything in sight on the way there.

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Unscored - John Wick Hex
Oct 8, 2019

I had a great time with John Wick Hex. It tiptoes the line between tactics and puzzler in an engaging way, has a ton of character, and feels exactly as minimal as it needs to be

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Unscored - Pilgrims
Oct 8, 2019

For me, I saw the beginnings of a truly exceptional game, and feel a bit like I just finished its demo. But what a lovely demo!

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Unscored - Warsaw
Oct 7, 2019

Warsaw has the makings of a genuinely fascinating, unyielding tactical game with a lot of heart and reverence for the events it’s based on. Still, as is, it’s currently a hard sell unless you’re really intent on a challenge that, while thematically resonant, often feels more arbitrary than it is complex.

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In 2019, a massive and meticulously-crafted open world just doesn’t cut it. Any life breathed into Ghost Recon Breakpoint will have to be pumped into it by you and your friends, and you’d do better to save your breath for other games.

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Unscored - Neo Cab
Oct 2, 2019

Neo Cab is certainly strongly anti-corporate. I already agree with that, so I don’t know if Neo Cab has the power to change minds. But it does excel at capturing how messy things are becoming. How it can be difficult to know what the right thing to do even is. How some people have more breathing room to be ‘good’ than others.

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Oct 1, 2019

If you enjoy the tabletop CCG then, mate, you need to play MtG: Arena.

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