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174 games reviewed
76.1 average score
80 median score
92.0% of games recommended

GamesCreed's Reviews

4.2 / 5.0 - Scrap Riders
Jan 14, 2023

Scrap Riders is a fun beat 'em up that is made with a lot of love and nostalgia for game of the past. While it doesn't do anything revolutionary, its gameplay is incredibly fun and solid and with its self-aware humor, you will definitely have a great time playing it.

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Jan 13, 2023

Children of Silentown is a fantastic game that conjures imagery of a Tim Burton-esque world. The gorgeous visuals combined with the slow and methodical gameplay create a tight gameplay loop. These facets, interweaved with the fascinating narrative lead to a full experience. Though the slow pace and difficult puzzles may hold some players back, the title rewards players for persistence with an entertaining and intriguing title.

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3.7 / 5.0 - LONE RUIN
Jan 11, 2023

Lone Ruin does have great music and it is a game with a fantastic central loop that is fast, satisfying, and full of variety. It’s just a shame that the game has so few additional options and no persistent progression.

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Jan 2, 2023

Knights of Honour II: Sovereign is a difficult but rewarding game. A sequel nearly 20 years in the making that creates an intricate gameplay loop, improved with well-made interconnected systems all well tied together with fantastic UI and great sound design to create a full and unique RTS experience.

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Dec 23, 2022

Albeit, they had eventually implemented significant changes, you could say the damage was already done. But with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s next-gen update, they have done more than enough to get back in many of those fans’ good books and are back on the right track.

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3 / 5.0 - Saint Kotar
Dec 22, 2022

Saint Kotar: The Crawling Man, is a fine entry into the cosmic horror genre, but if you came looking for a full video game, you are sadly going to be disappointed as Saint Kotar: The Crawling Man is just a short interactive comic. While its atmosphere and art style are both impressive, it is far too short and leaves you wanting for more.

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Dec 14, 2022

The Callisto Protocol is simply another brilliant project. A thrilling and cohesive story that will have you constantly wondering what happens next. Additionally, the variation of unique and original mechanics and many heart-attacking moments resulted in an enjoyable, yet spine-chilling experience, and would have no problem replaying this.

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4 / 5.0 - Smurfs Kart
Dec 8, 2022

Smurfs Kart is a decent and fun game to play, while it may be awfully similar to the ever-so-popular Mario Kart. It is still enjoyable and a safe choice for those who do like games like this. Smurfs Kart is fun, brings its own unique twist, and has lovable characters that complement many ages of players through the generations.

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4 / 5.0 - Evil West
Dec 1, 2022

Evil West is a phenomenal game and an incredibly fun slaying experience. If you are an older individual, it will have you rekindling your video gaming nostalgia. A great story, followed by old-school hack-and-slash moves and powerful weapons, is what the fans truly deserve. On top of that, the fact that Evil West is cheaper than the average retail price is another reason why you must get this.

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0.8 / 5.0 - Succubus With Guns
Nov 29, 2022

Succubus With Guns has a solid concept for what could be a really fun game, but because it uses too many premade assets, the unique ideas of the game never get a chance to truly shine.

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4.8 / 5.0 - Pentiment
Nov 28, 2022

Pentiment is a slow and methodical title that encourages patience and a lot of thinking. The dialogue throughout the game is stellar and serves a long and intriguing plot that chronicles the period of 25 years. The game has an astounding attention to detail with its gorgeous art style, combined with exceptional UI and a cast of interesting and wonderful characters and Pentiment is a game that will be played repeatedly in the years to come.

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4.6 / 5.0 - Oakenfold
Nov 25, 2022

Oakenfold is a fantastic game that is far more forgiving than your typical strategy game. Though the player is expected to learn to manage things such as tasks, moves, and enemy position, the game never rushes and instead encourages the player to experiment and play in a way that best suits them.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Lunistice
Nov 22, 2022

A Grumpy Fox did an amazing job with this game and it's hard not to be impressed. It's a wonderful game, and I will be keeping up with the developers to see what they make next.

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3.5 / 5.0 - Saturnalia
Nov 21, 2022

Saturnalia is a decent game. The clue board is something that many mystery games lack, giving this title an edge over others. And not having to run back and forth to re-acquire key items or clues is wonderful. Having a good memory will help with the gameplay, as usable items get shuffled back to their points of origin. If you’re down for a mystery title that is relatively short at six total hours of game time, this might be a great title for you.

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A Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me is another proficient project in Supermassive Games’ portfolio and offers a bloodthirsty finale to a very popular and addictive series that will surely have your eyes locked in your screens from start to finish, but in the end, it's a terrifying finale to A Dark Pictures Anthology series.

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Nov 16, 2022

Police Simulator: Patrol Officers definitely display some positives to pose as a potential, but it is in dire need of updates to address the issues preventing the game from reaching it. It's a game with potential that comes with a few noticeable shortcomings that must be addressed very soon.

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Nov 13, 2022

I also really sympathized and felt a bit helpless for my crusty horse. Horse Tales: Emerald Valley Ranch is an amazing game for young players, and like I said earlier, I could absolutely see my younger self staying up all night playing it.

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Nov 11, 2022

God of War Ragnarök is essentially a masterpiece, and it’s no wonder this has taken the gaming world by storm. You will be left scratching your head as to how they’ve managed to take a great predecessor, drastically improve it and forming into a flawless sequel. Having to wait a long four years was dragging, but with the game’s outstanding execution and delivery, patience was indeed a virtue.

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Resident Evil Village: Winters' Expansion is an entertaining plot extension lasting about three hours and has some excellent scares in the middle while it fizzles out a bit in the climax. Despite not being pushed to its maximum potential, The Winters' Expansion is for those who want their teeth into more of Capcom's newest horror thriller.

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2.7 / 5.0 - The Valiant
Nov 8, 2022

The Valiant is a competent strategy game with great visuals, sound and decent UI. The game's story holds it back due to the bland characters that inhabit it, in addition to this, while the gameplay can be intense, the excessive micro-management and consistent 'back and forth' make it far more tedious than needed. It is a game only massive RTS fans should really get.

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