Russ Frushtick


31 games reviewed
70.0 average score
75 median score
46.7% of games recommended
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Unscored - Katana Zero
Apr 18, 2019

It’s a cynical and sometimes ugly story told with unusual warmth and sincerity.

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Unscored - Trials Rising
Mar 1, 2019

This is the Trials I fell in love with.

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Unscored - Anthem
Feb 20, 2019

Anthem trips over itself trying to blend two genres into one

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Jul 27, 2018

For some, the grind is worth it so they can explore the infinite. For others, the grind itself is the infinite.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Sea of Thieves
Mar 21, 2018

Sailing across the open ocean becomes less of a thrilling embodiment of cooperation and more of a chore.

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8 / 10.0 - Celeste
Jan 25, 2018

Celeste reaches beyond, showing that tricky, well-designed platforming challenges are really just the tip of the iceberg. There's far more underneath the surface. And maybe that's worth dying for.

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Nov 9, 2017

If you're excited about the prospect of playing first-person shooters on Switch, Doom is a good bell-weather. Personal physical limitations and hand size seem to be the biggest variable when it comes to enjoying the genre. But even if hands are perfectly built to slaughter demon hordes, you're still going to have to swallow some iffy visuals.

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Nov 3, 2017

The campaign attempts to bring up the "tough" questions about war, but when you're intermingling those questions with outrageous, comic violence, it comes off as disingenuous.

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Sep 12, 2017

To call Metroid: Samus Returns a remake feels unfair. Remakes are old games with new coats of paint: an upgrade in resolution here, reworked artwork there. Samus Returns is far more than that. It's a top-to-bottom reimagining, bringing the bones of a game that's over 25 years old into the modern era with fantastic results.

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Aug 28, 2017

Mario + Rabbids manages to walk a narrow road, offering up a legitimately challenging squad tactics experience without alienating the family friendly Mario audience. While it doesn't quite have the full layer of spit and polish of an in-house title, Ubisoft comes damn close to capturing that Nintendo magic.

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