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51 games reviewed
67.4 average score
70 median score
39.2% of games recommended

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No Recommendation / Blank - Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War 3
May 2, 2017

For many people it isn’t going to be the sequel they wanted, but taken on its own merits there’s a lot to like here, even if it does mean it’s hard to see exactly what the future of the franchise may be moving forward.

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No Recommendation / Blank - Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3
May 5, 2017

But the worst thing of all is that I wanted to like Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3. I can’t even bring myself to say it’s a bad game, as such, because underneath the problems there’s something genuinely fun and enjoyable just waiting to burst free, or in this case shuffle out in slightly embarrassed fashion once City Interactive has put out a few patches.

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Unscored - Injustice 2
May 23, 2017

I believe Injustice 2 to be Netherealms best game to date, vastly surpassing the original Injustice while also punching aside Mortal kombat X. The small revisions to the combat system have provided a deeper system for dedicated fans to sink their teeth into without losing the sense of fun and accessibility for more relaxed players.

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Sep 25, 2017

This might just be the very best RPG since The Witcher 3. No. No. Scratch that. It is the best RPG since The Witcher 3.

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Oct 9, 2017

if you want a more polished and forgiving game then opt for DiRT 4, but if you’re a big rally fan who is looking for a challenge then WRC 7 is the game for you. The wonderful handling, great stages and awesome physics all add up to something that feels excellent to play.

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No Recommendation / Blank - Middle-earth: Shadow of War
Oct 20, 2017

So, I’m not giving this the recommended sticker. It’s too inconsistent for that. But I will say by ignoring the microtransctions and accepting the story for what it was I did have a blast playing Shadow of War, and found myself constantly going back to track down a few more Captains or to just play around with Nemesis system.

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Sep 24, 2018

It’s not a game that I can easily recommend to the average gamer as you really do have to put up with a lot of issues and a lack of polish, and so I’d probably say this is only worth a by for dedicated RPG fans or if you spot it on sale. However, if the developers do manage to get the game properly patched this could be a solid RPG with some neat ideas.

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Oct 2, 2018

the journey of Lara was still one I’m happy to have gone on, and though the execution may be a little lacking I’m still looking forward to seeing where Lara will go from here, because I’m not ready for the journey to end just yet.

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Unscored - Darksiders III
Dec 5, 2018

this is worth picking up if you love hack and slashers and games that don’t hold your hand too much

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Unscored - Just Cause 4
Dec 15, 2018

At times Just Cause 4 excels at being a playground for destruction, a welcome bit of silly entertainment that lets you ride on top of a car over the edge of a cliff before jumping off, opening your chute, pulling out a rocket launcher and raining down hell.

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Unscored - Borderlands 2 VR
Dec 18, 2018

orderlands 2 in VR is one hell of an experience

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Unscored - The Gun Club VR
Dec 21, 2018

this is probably the closest you’ll come to an actual shooting-range in the comfort of your own living room.

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Jan 22, 2019

With a more unique crafting system or stronger combat or more emphasis on the story Smoke and Sacrifice could have really been something special. As it stands, though, it’s a fun little adventure.

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Jan 27, 2019

While not perfect, Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 is absolutely worth your time.

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3 / 5.0 - At the Gates
Jan 31, 2019

So my final verdict on At The Gates is that it’s a 4X brimming with potential, but in its current state is certainly not a game I can recommend to everyone. The story of the development and of Jon Shafer himself is a hell of a tale, and I always hate sounding negative about projects like this but ultimately there some pretty big flaws holding the gates closed. Unless you’re a die-hard 4X consider waiting a while for this one.

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4 / 5.0 - Unruly Heroes
Feb 6, 2019

Although not Earth-shatteringly original Unruly Heroes is a wonderful example of how to make an excellent platformer. It practically drips charm thanks to the outstanding visuals and strong music, yet underneath that is a game that feels great to play with a penchant for delivering smart gameplay twists which keep things fresh.

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2.5 / 5.0 - Spinnortality
Feb 9, 2019

If you like your strategy games deep and complex then Spinnornation is probably not for you. But if you want something more simple and relaxing to while away a few hours then there’s a lot to like here.

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Feb 12, 2019

Ultimately, it’s a pretty fun little party game. You could bring it out for non-gaming friends to experience VR for the first time, especially since it can be played sitting down. The simple mechanics are easy to grasp, after all, and there’s nothing to motion-heavy that might make for queasy stomachs. This also makes it a solid choice for kids.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Dirt Rally 2.0
Feb 20, 2019

It’s a tough game, often unforgiving and demanding of your time. Once you begin to understand how to shift those rally cars around, though, DiRT 2.0 becomes something special. I love this game. Love, love, love it. It easily gets a recommendation from me, and while 4.5 is perhaps too high a score considering the lack of snow stages and VR support out of the box I just can’t help but grin like an idiot when I’m playing

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3.5 / 5.0 - Trials Rising
Mar 5, 2019

Trials: Rising is a tricky one to score. At its very core what makes the Trials games so addictive, so satisfying and so god-damn rewarding is still present. Once again I found myself clutching the controller at 3am with a slightly manic expression plastered across my sweat-covered face, mumbling something about needing to bounce the back wheel off that edge to shave off some time. Once again, I found myself thinking, “Just one more go. Alright, maybe two.” again and again and again. It’s just irritating that Trials, arguably the quintessential example of a sleek game, has got bloated in this latest iteration.

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