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73.6 average score
75 median score
49.9% of games recommended
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8 / 10.0 - Port Royale 4
Sep 25, 2020

A good management game with superb visuals, offering enough freedom to let you build your own merchant empire in the Caribbean to your heart's content.

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Sep 24, 2020

A real remake that thoroughly updates an 18-year-old title into a proper next-gen game, and actually makes it better than the original.

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Even if RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 hasn't aged as gracefully as its predecessors, there's plenty of fun to be had. If you still have the original and can run it fine, you don't need to buy it again. But if you're someone who never got to play it, can't run Planet Coaster, and miss the old school approach to the Tycoon genre, the Complete Edition is a neat relic to a bygone era of gaming. Just be prepared for some outdated features and a shockingly small UI.

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Sep 15, 2020

An interesting addition to one of the most well received survival games currently around.

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7.5 / 10.0 - As Far As The Eye
Sep 10, 2020

A simple puzzle game that accomplishes what it sets out to do.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Star Renegades
Sep 9, 2020

Star Renegades had me enamored from the opening cutscene and sunk its claws deep with its tactically-sound combat, incredible aesthetic, pulse-pounding soundtrack, great story elements, and superb writing. I wish that its meta progression elements were more significant and that it didn't insist on being yet another rogue-lite, but I still felt compelled - even after some really sour defeats - to come back and fight the good fight against the Imperium.

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Sep 8, 2020

Necromunda: Underhive Wars is a capable strategy games full of tactical options, but the glacial pace will put more people off than draw them in.

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9 / 10.0 - Inertial Drift
Sep 8, 2020

Inertial Drift is an espresso shot full of arcade-y goodness. Its approach to drifting isn't just intuitive, but it encapsulates that Initial D fantasy wonderfully. It might be shorter than other games coming out, but that time spent is enthralling and well worth it. If you love arcade racing, you can't go wrong with Inertial Drift's "easy to pick up and tricky to master" style.

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Sep 7, 2020

Kingdoms of Amalur was one of the most underrated games of the previous decade and its return will make that pretty clear to some players. However, the remastering of this borderline classic is hamstrung by a 2012 inventory and menu system, a 2012 user interface, and 2012 icons and health bar.

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Sep 6, 2020

A superhero game where heroes are quite fragile, Marvel's Avengers is constantly in doubt of where it wants to go and ends up arriving nowhere.

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