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60 games reviewed
71.5 average score
75 median score
56.7% of games recommended
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9 / 10.0 - Haven
Dec 8, 2020

Haven is a clever writed story about two fugitives living their lives on an alien planet. In this RPG made by The Game Bakers you won't find a world to save but just Yu and Kay. Their relation and everyday problems. This quite cozy and atmospheric game will appeal for almost everyone. Especially if you have someone to watch you playing.

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Tomek Piotrowski
Dec 5, 2020

Immortals Fenyx Rising is definitively the best Ubisoft game released in 2020. Blending of the Ubi sandbox formula with elements from Breaths of the Wild creates something greater than sum of it parts. The story and characters are charming and funny, gameplay is engaging and not stale thanks to some smart puzzles and cool platforming sections. Overall it is a step in the right direction for the Ubisoft games and I hope decisions made here will be carried forward to improve other sandbox titles from the publisher.

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8 / 10.0 - Chicken Police
Nov 5, 2020

That must be a single most unique game released this year. Absolutely beautiful film noir visuals and cliches mix here with Bojack Horseman-ish aesthetics mix, resulting in a fantastic game set in a fascinating world run by anthropomorphic animals.

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Nov 4, 2020

Remothered: Broken Porcelain is a terrible mess of a game. Boring gameplay, mediocre graphics, horrific sound mixing and unnecessarily convoluted plot make Broken Porcelain one of the worst games I played this year.

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9 / 10.0 - Space Crew
Oct 25, 2020

I really wanted to love this game as much as I loved the original Bomber Crew. Sadly, it was not meant to be. At first glance, Space Crew seems to be more of the same, but just after a couple of hours it becomes apparent most of Bomber Crew’s charm is missing, leaving the player with repetitive combat and tons of grind, resulting in a quite monotonous gameplay.

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Oct 17, 2020

Aquanox: Deep Descent invites the players to enter one of the most fascinating postapocalyptic worlds in gaming history. Sure, Fallouts and Wastelands are fine, but Earth covered with water? That’s simply better! Sadly, the rest of the game is as good as the setting. Submarine combat is quite fun, but between the fights the player has to swim through same-looking underwater caves, performing repetitive tasks and interact with boring characters. Still, it is worth playing solely for the eerie atmosphere of the ocean.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Tell Me Why
Oct 11, 2020

Tell Me Why tells one of the most mature stories in gaming. It touches on the topics of domestic violence and transgenderism in an incredibly tactful way, creating a world where no character is morally black or white. Unlike in most of Dontnod’s games, there’s almost no fantastical elements to the game, making the story and gameplay surprisingly grounded in reality. Don’t expect much action here, Tell Me Why focuses on its character. The most action-packed moments were a plushie fight and a fishing minigame.

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5 / 10.0 - Moero Crystal H
Oct 1, 2020

Moero Crystal H would be a decent, but pretty forgettable due to its uninteresting story, dungeon crawler. The thing is… The protagonist of this game is a straight up sexual predator if I have ever seen one. It is quite baffling to me how a game in which the game loop is collecting monster-girls by destroying their clothes and assaulting them was released under the current political climate. I am all for the unrestricted artistic freedom, but Moero Crystal H left a bad taste in my mouth.

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8 / 10.0 - art of rally
Sep 25, 2020

The most beautiful rally game I have ever played. It not only looks wonderful; it also plays just as good. Under all these fantastic graphics, there is a surprisingly competent rally game offering the play many hours of fun. It might be one of the best car games of 2020.

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Sep 20, 2020

I never played a nomadic strategy game. More than that, I never even heard of anything like this. As Far As The Eye really is a one-of-a-kind game requiring the player to carefully plan their path, remembering about creating food chains and not staying too long in the same spot unless they want to be flooded and killed in the process. It takes some time to grasp the mechanics, but after that it offers a lot of satisfaction.

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