Matt Cox


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Feb 3, 2020

Some games are like chips. Even if you’ve got pals to play with, maybe wait until this one comes as cheap.

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Jan 28, 2020

Whether Might & Magic: Chess Royale can grow to the point where I’d recommend it to everyone rather than just genre newcomers is a different kettle of spuds, though. Perhaps more toppings will spice up the potato, but what’s here is tuna mayo. Predictable and nice, if you like that sort of thing, but quick to go stale.

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Unscored - AO Tennis 2
Jan 10, 2020

In my experience, AO Tennis 2 doesn’t do justice to tennis either, even though I wouldn’t exactly give tennis itself a glowing review.

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Unscored - Dandy Dungeon
Dec 11, 2019

It’s got heart, that puppy, but it needs more brains.

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Nov 20, 2019

Bum-bo may have to deal with a lot of crap, but it’s all well worth pushing through.

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Unscored - Abandon Ship
Nov 7, 2019

Abandon Ship can’t escape FTL’s shadow. It’s too similar to avoid being judged based on the high bar its spacefaring cousin set, but it falls far too short of that bar for me to like it. Turns out those water pumps aren’t worth manning after all.

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In 2019, a massive and meticulously-crafted open world just doesn’t cut it. Any life breathed into Ghost Recon Breakpoint will have to be pumped into it by you and your friends, and you’d do better to save your breath for other games.

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Unscored - Code Vein
Sep 26, 2019

The only good part of Code Vein is its combat, but for me, that turns out to be enough.

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Sep 24, 2019

It’s such a warm game. Touching and heartfelt, masterfully capturing the cosy excitement of the places and stories we explore as children.

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Unscored - Rebel Cops
Sep 18, 2019

For me to enjoy turn-based sneakery, I need more information. Naughty Police is a game where simply moving from A to B is riddled with uncertainty, and the cost of being spotted too often boils down to repetitive busywork. It’s not a price I’m willing to pay.

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