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202 games reviewed
75.7 average score
80 median score
59.4% of games recommended

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9 / 10 - Omensight
May 29, 2018

As the spiritual successor to the well-received Stories: The Path of Destinies, Omensight delivers on our expectations. The game might feel a tad out of place with Triple-A titles competing against it but for those that want to enjoy a game with a gripping story filled with intrigue and extremely fun gameplay, Omensight is a great choice.

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7 / 10 - FOX n FORESTS
May 28, 2018

The justification for badgercide aside, Fox ‘n’ Forests is another of those indie titles that, while a faithful and enjoyable homage to their subject material, also isn’t going to blow anyone away or change anyone’s mind. Whereas Shovel Knight kept what worked from retro games and threw out what didn’t, Fox brings over slightly too much in the name of nostalgia and ends up with a few rough edges

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May 28, 2018

When I first loaded the game, I thought that it was going to be very childish and mediocre… but I was wrong. The art style is very colourful, unique, and has a hint of Minecraft to its worlds. Though simple and fun, the game allows for the player to create worlds that can inhabit different organisms. All it takes is the right temperature and moisture levels for life to blossom. It’s in-depth look at the evolution of the world is its big selling point, even taking into consideration the food chain and how if a predator hasn’t got enough prey it will become extinct.

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A Terrible Pun (that’s me!)
May 27, 2018

A nice show of unique gameplay mechanics with the inclusion of boss battles that mixes both platforming and pinball action that never gets old as each and every area is unique and properly executed. A flurry of characters… oh sorry! I meant a ton of furry characters that looks great and side quests that is actually fun to do as you think your way out of sticky situations or just tap your way, every way, along the way!

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A Terrible Pun (that’s me!)
May 26, 2018

Grab a friend with you! Join a pub game! Quit whenever you like! Others will come, sooner or later! It’s a hell of a fun game that I would enjoy time and time again now that I have both the handheld and console version of the game. A fun and engaging core story although a bit shorter than I wanted but considering the fact that you have six characters and each with their own separate endings you’ll be wishing the game could end faster!

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Overall Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire gets an 8/10, it prides itself on thousands of lines of descriptions that add into the theatre of the mind effect it has going on. The combat is tight, difficult at times but allows for in-depth customisation with AI control.

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May 24, 2018

Overall, the Sega Mega Drive Classics collection is a decent addition if you are craving some more retro game time. Unfortunately, the omission of a lot of really good titles hampers this collection as a whole. Of course, there are licensing issues but you can easily see where they tried to cram titles in just to fill the collection up.

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7 / 10 - SpellForce 3
May 23, 2018

A Fantastic storyline, intrinsic characters, stunning maps that are visually enticing and a blend of genres synched in game play. A game I have thoroughly enjoyed playing but did take quite a few hours to hook me. It has some flaws and to me they are forgivable as I truly escaped into the world of Eo as a new player to the series and I will definitely be looking for future installments and probably purchasing the older games as well.

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May 23, 2018

Overall, Dark Souls Remastered gets a 9/10, it revives the 7-year-old game from its undead status back into the limelight, even if it didn’t go far from it. The quality of life additions are welcome with no change feeling out of place or unwanted. FPS improvements make the whole experience more enjoyable, with less to blame your death on.

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A Terrible Pun (that’s me!)

A fun gunzerking experience and psychic blasting moments of epic proportions! One that I have enjoyed from start to finish despite the lackluster story and patriotic efforts to the chapter. Dying? No thank you! Stutters and crashes won’t stop me from playing even if I have to crawl my way with the loading times which are rather longer than what I want but not enough to brew some coffee.

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May 22, 2018

I was looking for a good way of explaining what this game was and I decided on “One-Dimensional”. For me, it was a rush to the end and left me with a shrug of the shoulders. There is something missing in this title and it comes from the dull exploration portions that I talked about earlier. If you are interested in this title wait for a sale but some may enjoy it more than others depending on what your tastes are.

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8 / 10 - For the King
May 22, 2018

While it doesn’t offer anything strictly new to gamers, the combination of features which form For The King make the game challenging, mechanically welcoming and aesthetically pleasing. Although harsh at times, beyond the control of the player, the game offers in return a consistently fresh experience in the face of impending doom.

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All in all though, The Naruto Ninja Storm Trilogy is an excellent collection of titles, beautifully remastered, which are a great buy for both new and old fans alike.

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In short (and with a little yellow raincoat on), Little Nightmares is an incredible game and without a doubt one of the finest and most grotesque horror games ever made. If you’re after cheap thrills and jump scares then you won’t find any here, as what Little Nightmares does is turn those overused, short-term horror story elements on their heads, and in doing so makes the game unpredictable and tremendously scary for the entire duration of your adventure.

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Assassin's Creed Rogue was tones of fun and I personally am glad it got the remaster so that I had the chance to play it on current gen consoles. It was a nice chance to get to see Shay story in the whole series as well as a nice twist to play as a Templar.

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A TERRIBLE PUN (THAT’S ME!)

Verdict… do I really still need to repeat everything? I think not! So let’s just take this time to talk about replay value. This one in particular is saved for last so we could end on a positive note because I’m not trying to pick a fight here “Akko!” So when it comes to the game’s replay value I find it good because of infinite dungeons and PVP mode, while I never had the opportunity to try the PVP mode, it will be one thing that people may or may not go for but despite all that it’s one feature that could be enjoyed one way or the other.

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After such a strong start it’s difficult not to be a little mift with Hide and Seek, an episode that seemed to have disregarded everything that made its predecessor so enjoyable. Instead of in-depth and revealing confrontation, I was given almost meaningless exposition and mindless chatter, and before I could say “cool, a juicy murder!” it was back to overly complicated puzzles within an already tiresome story.

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7 / 10 - Everspace
May 14, 2018

Overall, the game is pretty good, graphics and visual effects especially the weapon effects are flashy and top-notch, worthy for a space shooter no doubt! Although the battles start out a bit slow which I guess is fine as you wouldn’t want to be bombarded with enemy fire right off the bat. Each and every adventure is catered for longer playtime instead of doing short bursts until the next run through which is somewhat a negative for me as I prefer to jump in and smash as many faces or rather ships as possible although it’s great that you’re allowed to save your progress and continue at another time.

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8 / 10 - BattleTech
May 14, 2018

If you can ignore the possibility of rerolling missions and accept what you’re given BattleTech is definitely a success on par with other tactical games in the genre. You get satisfaction in your victories, frustration in your failures, and sweet relief when you barely manage to escape alive. It brings back the magic and wonder of playing XCOM combined with the technicality of games such as EU4.

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It's understandable why some people have gripes with Britannia but it's the expected grips from changes to the main formula. As this isn't main total war game but the first of their Saga series, Creative Assembly have the chance to just mess around and try new ideas. Britannia is a breath of fresh air for the Historical total war games as the last two we had to use were very much and up and down affair.

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