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77 games reviewed
79.4 average score
81 median score
84.4% of games recommended
Scores 5.8 higher than average
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71% - The Crew 2
Jun 29, 2018

The Crew 2 is a fantastic open-world racing game that creates an unintentional post-apocalypse out of its gorgeous open-world by failing to ply it with meaningful modes

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44% - Vampyr
Jun 3, 2018

Yawn-inducing combat and pacing as stale as a week-old scab leave little to be desired in Vampyr for all but the most die-hard vampire enthusiasts, who might still just be better off sinking their teeth into something with more substance.

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May 28, 2018

Yoku's Island Express is the best indie game of 2018 so far and an unmissable wholesome jaunt that manages to bind pinball gameplay with a gorgeous sun-soaked open world brimming with wholesome characters and secrets that will keep you paddling for hours on end.

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100% - God of War
Apr 22, 2018

God of War is one of the defining games of this generation, holistically reinventing the action game wheel and grafting humanity and emotion into a series previously devoid. A stellar technical achievement in every aspect and a thoughtful, unmissable work of art that shouldn't just be experienced by gamers.

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85% - Far Cry 5
Apr 8, 2018

Far Cry 5 is one of the best open world games ever made, and certainly Ubisoft's finest effort. Unfortunately, the narrative stumbles and trips, throwing the tone into disarray and ultimately leading to a dissatisfying conclusion. Throw your story expectations to the wind and come to Hope County for the addictive open-world thrills, excellent OST and side characters.

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85% - Minit
Apr 2, 2018

A brilliant little marvel, Minit finds beauty in its arbitrary constraints to craft a compelling, puzzling little adventure game with talent beaming out of its art and audio design.

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Mar 23, 2018

Sea of Thieves is the perfect framing device for nautical adventure that rewards a committed group of young-at-heart, social pirates to find and evoke the fun from its sandbox. Unfortunately, that gorgeous world has questionable systems and content limits that (if not dealt with) scupper its incredible potential and give it a worrying sell-by-date.

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Mar 15, 2018

Overall, Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life is a feature-length absurdity-laden romp that is the perfect silly antidote for first-timers and a pleasing development of the series for fans. With a multitude of systems, meaningful progression and side quests to fill your boots with, you will struggle to get bored and always find yourself craving your next knockout fix.

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Episode 1 of The Council offers just the first taste of an intriguing narrative, wonderfully tied with an original approach to the narrative-adventure genre.

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TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge offers a thrilling and authentic experience for the enthusiast. Unfortunately, certain corners have been cut elsewhere.

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79% - Disc Jam
Mar 7, 2018

Disc Jam, a game that takes the design philosophy of Rocket League and mixes it with the core principles of tennis, has made it's way to the Nintendo Switch. Ace.

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Mar 1, 2018

Dynasty Warriors 9 is a bold but utterly fruitless attempt to revitalize a series that is stuck in its ways, showcasing an open-world that is completely at odds with itself, overwhelming technical issues and diabolical voice-over work.

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Where the Water Tastes Like Wine excels in its narrative, visuals and audio but really struggles to fit into the video game medium with its tedious gameplay. This is overshadowed by beautiful stories and moments of pure humanity.

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Feb 27, 2018

Immortal Redneck is an old-school first-person roguelike with all the bells and whistles. It's tough but fair, fun and steeped in a silly aesthetic. Perfect for a reliable departure from your backlog.

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A strong start to the season, Thesis brings satisfying NSA gameplay and ties it well to a thought-provoking narrative in a complementary and immersive operating system environment.

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Feb 19, 2018

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is an intricate RPG brimming with realism in an immersive world, but all of its grandeur is consistently overshadowed by the unpolished experience of tinkering with its systems.

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Feb 7, 2018

This casual Sim-like game is less of a Drag than you might think. It's got a tongue-in-cheek humour, that fits the game style well. It can be sickeningly sweet too, but unfortunately this taste gets repetitive on extended play sessions. Pick this title up on Android or iOS for the best way to play - in short bursts.

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Jan 22, 2018

Red Strings Club tells a beautiful, universal story about the nature of suffering and the right to feel it in an invitingly atmospheric setting.

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Jan 12, 2018

While a few things stop just stop it from being something truly special, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 feels like the first true successor to the Wii cult hit, and should not be missed by RPG fans.

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Jan 7, 2018

Tinder-esque swiping meets an infinite timeline of royalty? I'm in.

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