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95 games reviewed
79.3 average score
80 median score
74.7% of games recommended

AltChar's Reviews

Sep 20, 2023

If CD Projekt Red had to make amends for the disappointing launch of Cyberpunk 2077, they certainly have done that with Phantom Liberty. Simply preem.

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90 / 100 - Party Animals
Sep 20, 2023

Whether you want an awesome teambuilding session at a low cost, to bond with your friends and family, or just have a relaxing period of fun after a long day, Party Animals is a great way to do it. When you stack up the minuscule cost and download size against the massive replayability and fun potential, the decision to jump in becomes a no-brainer.

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80 / 100 - Lies of P
Sep 13, 2023

With all its strengths and a couple of notable weaknesses, Lies of P is a great game on our rating scale. It features such a dark, wonderfully crafted world that has plenty to offer to both souls like veterans and newcomers to this challenging genre.

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Sep 6, 2023

Armored Core 6: Fires of Rubicon is a captivating mech combat simulation that will engage you with its immensely enjoyable gameplay while also frustrating you with its challenging difficulty and frequent deaths.

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85 / 100 - Sea of Stars
Aug 28, 2023

Sea of Stars is a pixel-art turn-based RPG that evokes memories of bygone gaming eras while delivering a distinctive experience immersed in a captivating narrative and very engaging gameplay.

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100 / 100 - Blasphemous 2
Aug 17, 2023

Blasphemous 2 brings a stunning grotesque world to explore and stories that will haunt you long after you complete this truly remarkable action-platformer.

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55 / 100 - Skye Tales
Aug 17, 2023

Speaking honestly, I tend to be the kind of individual who views the glass as half full and strives to unearth the positives in any situation. However, even with my sincere efforts to identify merits within Skye Tales, I find myself facing significant challenges.

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Aug 16, 2023

Minus the periodic CTD issues, Shadow Gambit was one hell of a treasure hunt that took the cursed pirate fantasy and made the most of it. While perfection is unattainable, this game came really close to it and the good times are a promise to anyone willing to join the Marley and her crew.

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55 / 100 - Gord
Aug 15, 2023

I really wanted to like Gord but sadly, despite an interesting concept and ideas, the execution comes off frustratingly disappointing and shallow.

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80 / 100 - Atlas Fallen
Aug 9, 2023

Atlas Fallen is an action-adventure RPG that evokes a sense of nostalgia for classic hits while also infusing the genre with a refreshing and unique touch.

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90 / 100 - Remnant II
Jul 20, 2023

If you have a fondness for engaging shooting mechanics, visually stunning landscapes, and well-designed enemies, along with a certain level of tolerance for Souls-like games, then Remnant 2 is unquestionably the perfect game for you.

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Jul 13, 2023

Starting with a few hiccups, Jagged Alliance 3 quickly becomes a very good way to spend one's time and just doesn't loosen the grip until you finish it. Sometimes not even then.

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Jul 12, 2023

If you value an exceptionally well-crafted story that rivals the depth of a compelling novel and are willing to approach Oxenfree II: Lost Signals with an open mind, setting aside conventional expectations of a typical video game, then this game comes highly recommended. Its strengths lie in its storytelling prowess, making it a worthwhile experience for those seeking a captivating narrative.

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90 / 100 - F1 23
Jun 17, 2023

With some of the most satisfying and electrifying racing that video games have to offer, F1 23 represents the true pinnacle of the long-running Formula 1 simulation series.

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Jun 15, 2023

Layers of Fear tells an incredible story of mental illness and tragic events set in a stunningly detailed world that won't scare you as much as you might expect.

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85 / 100 - MotoGP 23
Jun 8, 2023

With a set of fantastic accessibility features, a new dynamic weather system and thrilling career mode, MotoGP 23 is well worth representing the world's fastest motorcycle racing series.

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70 / 100 - Redfall
May 2, 2023

Despite some obvious flaws, Redfall is still an enjoyable experience even if you don't have a buddy or two to help you out in staking those bloodsuckers in co-op. Arkane once again managed to create an immersive, atmospheric world with their signature environmental storytelling and gameplay. While Redfall definitely isn't the studio's strongest game to date and can feel a bit undercooked I couldn't put it down as I had a blast wandering around the vampire-infested streets and countryside of this cosy American town.

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90 / 100 - Dead Island 2
Apr 18, 2023

Dead Island 2 is everything its predecessor shined at and much, much more. This zombie shooter from Deep Silver brings us Los Angeles like we've never seen it before, full of beautiful landscapes, celebrities to rescue, and zombies to slay.

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Apr 18, 2023

Do I recommend the game? At the price of ~£35 / $40 / €40, you will get a decent bang for your buck with the PvP component having the potential to provide even more. If you have Game Pass, this is an automatic recommendation since there is no extra cost for you. Even if you aren't subscribed at this time, it is more than worth a month's subscription to experience Minecraft Legends.

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78 / 100 - Tchia
Mar 20, 2023

Tchia is a game with therapeutic gameplay, especially while sailing and free-roaming in the game's beautiful open world. Despite the fact that the story and gameplay are nothing special, the game's cartoon-like artistic graphics, excellent sounds, and beautiful tropical atmosphere make it very good, and it will definitely deliver more than enough for the price of $30.

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