Nadia Oxford


49 games reviewed
80.6 average score
80 median score
83.0% of games recommended
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Apr 28, 2014

Mario Golf: World Tour's single-player experience challenges you to perfect your game. It's a dry process that moves slowly while committing impressive attention to detail, though the inclusion of RPG elements could have made it more interesting. Versus mode lets you cut loose a bit and offers good times with friends.

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8 / 10 - Final Fantasy V
Oct 3, 2015

It all comes down to this: don't deny yourself Final Fantasy V.

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Oct 7, 2015

This is a portrait of what its genre can offer. It's only downfall is it may not have taken enough chances to truly distinguish itself.

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Nov 4, 2015

Through its solid workmanship, cool settings, and myriad content, Skylanders: SuperChargers demonstrates Activision's lofty fantasy world is still a fun place to visit. Kids will love it, obviously — and if you're an adult fan of 3D action games who's yet to make a brief stop-over, maybe it's time you did so.

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7 / 10 - Typoman
Nov 19, 2015

Typoman dishes up pleasure as well as pain, which probably isn't surprising, given its scenario. It's a flawed game, but an interesting one nonetheless. If you get a kick out of word games and/or puzzle games, it's worth a look. Just steel yourself for frustration when it comes time to run.

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Dec 22, 2015

The game used in this review was a digital copy supplied by the publisher.

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The story for the first episode of Minecraft: Story Mode is a little familiar, but it's solid and full of fun references to Minecraft lore. The puzzles are lacking, however.

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Jan 23, 2016

Though slow in parts, Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam is fun, funny, and simply feels good to play. A must-play for Mario RPG fans of all stripes.

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Feb 8, 2016

Unravel is a solid (if flawed) puzzle platformer wrapped up in beautiful visuals and emotional moments. It's like a Christmas sweater. It's not perfect, but you're compelled to love it just the same.

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9 / 10.0 - SteamWorld Heist
Feb 11, 2016

SteamWorld Heist's mash-up of action and turn-based strategy makes for a deeply satisfying experience that feels like it's over a touch too soon.

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