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86.1 average score
86 median score
92.9% of games recommended
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BPM: Bullets Per Minute is a fun take on an old genre. It’s definitely challenging and takes some time to get used to, but it’s fun. The levels are procedurally-generated, which means that the rooms can get old fast. Despite that, it’s still fun to experience all the different weapons and characters. There is not a lot of content, but it feels fresh and I can’t wait to see where they go from here.

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Sep 26, 2020

While a fine arcade racer, Hotshot Racing's priorities were not quite where they needed to be. With bad AI, and a big need for new content, I wish the resources put into multiplayer were put in places that really needed them.

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Sep 17, 2020

Death Stranding is a unique once-in-a-generation experience which has to be experienced by everyone, even if just to see if you enjoy it. With relaxing gameplay, a beautiful story, unique multiplayer component and great music, it is an experiment that was worth taking by Kojima Productions. Why did you need to include an Alan Walker song, though, Kojima?

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Sep 15, 2020

Witcheye is charming, fun and a great time waster. The game is easy to pick up, but hard to master. There's plenty of variety and replayability to keep the player hooked. Though it is a mobile port and suffers from some typical mobile port issues, such as large UI.

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WRC 9 is a fun game, for both casual gamers and serious rally fans. It’s a good rally game for anybody interested in WRC and racing, however owners of WRC 8 will not be missing out on a lot. The changes aren’t as big as last year - the visuals, audio and handling have been improved and there’s more content, but it still feels like an update or DLC, rather than an entirely new game.

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Sep 9, 2020

Battletoads smashed through with it's reboot after 26 years, with engaging visuals, a banging soundtrack, and gameplay that rarely gets stale I found the game a breath of fresh air bringing me back to simpler times where games were the only thing on my mind. It's a epic addition to the franchise, and Dlala doesn't disappoint.

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Sep 6, 2020

Spinch is a fun 2D platformer with psychedelic visuals. It’s colourful, there’s enough variety between levels and enemies. You can beat your high scores, The controls are tight, platforming feels good. The game looks and sounds unique. There aren’t any graphical options, which is a shame.

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Sep 5, 2020

Radical Relocation is a great time waster, it can be played for a bit and picked up again later. The variety of levels and vehicles give the game a lot of replayability. It’s fun to try and arrange furniture and hope it won’t fall down. The gameplay is great, but there were various bugs that popped up while playing it. Despite the issues, it’s a fun and unique game.

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Aug 25, 2020

Kandagawa Jet Girls is an immensely fun racing game with some unfortunate problems that hold it back from being great. The performance and AI can be fixed with patches, but the game still gets very repetitive and same'y towards the end. I would love to see a sequel to this game some day that fixes the problem this game had whilst expanding the scope.

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Aug 23, 2020

Wattam is a fun, quirky game. It’s art style is cute, the soundtrack is good, and while gameplay may get repetitive, the charm makes up for it. It’s also fun to mess around with the physics and see what the game can handle. It’s like a big toybox.

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