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59 games reviewed
75.9 average score
80 median score
47.5% of games recommended
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9 / 10.0 - Valorant
Jun 17, 2020

Precise headshots, nerve-wracking bomb plants, and powerful agents distinguish Valorant as one of the best in its class.

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7 / 10.0 - Beyond Blue
Jun 21, 2020

Beyond Blue is a brilliant combination of artistry and education, putting the ocean on its pedestal. The documentary format feels informative without being pushy, except glitches and mind-numbing gameplay overshadow it.

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9 / 10.0 - Half-Life: Alyx
Jul 16, 2020

Half-Life: Alyx has its flaws, though these are hard to focus on when no other game offers an experience such as this. For now, Half-Life: Alyx is an absolute must-play title for both Half-Life fans and VR enthusiasts or anyone that has an opportunity to play it.

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9 / 10.0 - F1 2020
Jul 29, 2020

Sometimes Codemasters miss the target with their annual F1 series releases, but this time, they hit it out of the park.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Ghost of Tsushima
Aug 14, 2020

Ghost of Tsushima is a perfectly constructed work of art only let down by minor details.

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Sep 6, 2020

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2 is a smooth classic. The return of the original skaters with a handful of new characters makes it unique. It ticks every box for a solid remake and continues to impress the more you play.

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Sep 18, 2020

Marvel’s Avengers feels like it has stolen ideas from other games only to implement them unsuccessfully. Level design is ordinary, and the missions are forgettable. The customisation saves the game, but with overpriced cosmetics, it is hard to justify the point of grinding. The gameplay is filled with glitches and bugs, making it hard for you to find any rhythm. Overall, Marvel’s Avengers is an average experience that you can find better elsewhere.

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Oct 17, 2020

Toys For Bob understands Crash. They add new components to keep the game fresh while maintaining everything you expect from a typical Crash Bandicoot game. Each level is wonderfully crafted and distinct, even if, at times, they do feel a bit too long. The addition of N. Verted levels extends the game's length, which is not always a good thing. Nevertheless, including different playable characters as well as the Quantum Masks enhances the series to new heights. Overall, Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time is the perfect blend of old and new.

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Nov 2, 2020

Starting simple before evolving into a complex mystery, Dude Where Is My Beer? offers a modern experience in a classic point and click format. Despite it being very challenging, the captivating hand-drawn art style and unique game mechanics make it an experience not to be missed.

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Making decisions that directly affect your fate is always personal, but in The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope, it doesn't feel as brutal as it should.

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