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158 games reviewed
70.0 average score
70 median score
79.1% of games recommended
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A solid and relaxing simulation game that focuses on restoring Train Stations. However the bugs and simplicity of the gameplay weaken a rather enjoyable experience.

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Feb 11, 2021

While the experience is part of a larger franchise, Yakuza 3's dated systems, rough combat, and story that loses site of the goal is hard a game to love. It's required playing for fans of the series, and not an awful experience, but hardly what fans will expect after the previous three titles in the franchise.

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The perfection of the Telltale's Adventure Game formula comes from Dontnod, a company who gives the players permission and the ability to go back and try out multiple different choice paths before deciding which choice they wish to use moving forward.

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- GRIS
Jan 27, 2021

Gris is a game primarily defined by its style and beauty. The game starts with a woman who appears to have lost her voice sitting on a stone statue’s hand and then falling as the statue collapses. It’s a strange opening that defies explanation at first, but it exhibits so much of what Gris is about. Gris is a game designed to be more about the visual environment connecting with the player rather than a deep gameplay system.

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Jan 23, 2021

An innovative puzzle game focused on perspective puzzles. It tries to be unique and succeeds the entire way through. A bit short and a weak story, but otherwise a fun exploration of what's possible.

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The fact is Fallen Order isn’t a perfect game, but players will emerge from Fallen Order focused more on the positives than the missteps made because Fallen Order is able to recover from the mistakes and still create lasting memories.

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Jan 1, 2021

A fun and happy game from the same creator as Katamari Damacy, Wattam is an absolute delight to experience and enjoy. It could be longer but also will cheer anyone up.

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n 2010, the rather enjoyable Castlevania: Lords of Shadow ended with a major plot twist revealing that Gabriel Belmont was alive during modern times and was now called Dracula, taking on the famous vampire’s persona and visage. This left fans to wonder how the sequel would continue the story, either as Dracula or fighting against the protagonist from the original game. Four years later, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 answered the question, but it’s a question that probably was more interesting to think about than how Konami approached it.

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A fantastic sequel that explores new areas of famous characters in compelling stories and explores one of Batman's most famous villains while finding a fresh angle that hasn't been explored.

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An interesting escape room type puzzle game focused on a secret agent/spy thriller that clicks all the rights buttons in more ways than one.

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