Steve Farrelly


87 games reviewed
84.3 average score
88 median score
69.0% of games recommended
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Nov 15, 2019

the story here is classic Star Wars. The characters are infectious, and the planet-hopping and Metroidvania game design, once you’ve gained most of your base abilities, is fun and rewarding.

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6 / 10.0 - Death Stranding
Nov 1, 2019

In the end, all I can really say is this: handle Death Stranding with care.

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9 / 10.0 - Luigi's Mansion 3
Oct 29, 2019

Multiplayer and co-op add value, but the true <i>goo</i> here is in the game's ever-enjoyable single-player campaign that will keep you checking, checking and checking again under that bed, for that hidden ghost, or that hidden treasure.

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7 / 10.0 - Bus Simulator 18
Oct 15, 2019

The goal is to be as precise as possible; tell people to turn their loud headphone music down and clean up the <i>Jormy</i> <b>Starbucks</b> coffee cups left by the game's myriad twins, triplets, quintuplets, septuplets&#x2026; yeah, there's not a lot of NPC/AI variety -- Seaside Valley development cutbacks and all.

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9 / 10.0 - Rad
Sep 11, 2019

Or something.

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7.9 / 10.0 - Gears 5
Sep 4, 2019

I played the first Gears of War, and right now, Gears 5 has barely changed the flavour of the original. And while the original might have been a revelation, Gears 5 presents as a detriment.

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Aug 29, 2019

The further you get into the game the more it does begin to feel meaningful, but early on it just doesn't <i>impact</i>.

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8.8 / 10.0 - Samurai Shodown
Jul 18, 2019

Moreover, failure to get that timing right essentially leaves you open to a smart, reactive player capable of truly reading the play.

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7 / 10.0 - The Sinking City
Jun 27, 2019

So, if you like lateral thinking, great [branching] storytelling and excellent voice-acting, and can look past a drab, repetitive sheen that is less gameplay heavy and more set-dressing, you’ll still find a gem in this H.P. Lovecraft love letter to the sea, left in an old bottle to wash up on your shore.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Warhammer: Chaosbane
Jun 7, 2019

A great foundation that is mechanically sound and will delight in the early hours. Stick around too long, however, and Chaosbane reveals a dearth of classes, enemies and environments. Also a weak endgame.

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