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74.5 average score
80 median score
82.4% of games recommended
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Sackboy: A Big Adventure takes the franchise in a new direction while still maintaining the infectious charm of its predecessors

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is a game that wears many hats, but doesn’t fit any of them quite right

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Demon’s Souls is a testament to how maybe old dogs don’t necessarily need to learn new tricks to win best-in-show, but rather how a little grooming can go a long way

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Trails of Cold Steel IV is to the Trails series what Avengers: Endgame was for the MCU, and I’m both happy and proud that Falcom had me along for the ride.

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Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is a hardcore game built for a hardcore audience. If you’re in that camp, this might be the game for you

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Sep 25, 2020

Much like professional wrestling on TV, if you take it too seriously, you’ll end up disappointed.

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Sep 24, 2020

The game isn’t bad. Is it a must-play? Definitely not. It’s an epic waste of time that I can easily recommend at a much cheaper price. This kind of game is really for a select cluster of intellectuals that don’t get crabby when it comes to trying new things.

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If you’ve never played any of these Mario games, go ahead and take the plunge, but if you’re somebody looking for more, consider voting with your wallet and make Nintendo realize devoted fans deserve more than this. There are other compilation packs of great games with more effort put in for much less than $60.

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Sep 18, 2020

Tell Me Why is a pretty cool experience. It had an outstanding introduction, but after that it fell flat. The lack of any weight to any of the choices there are to be made in the game make you feel like you have no control, and whether or not that’s the intention, it just makes the game feel sort of shallow.

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Sep 13, 2020

The problem is that the game, arguably, struggles with its identity, and therefore can’t really lean into one.

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