Brian Albert


26 games reviewed
77.3 average score
80 median score
50.0% of games recommended
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Sep 5, 2014

Minecraft on PS4 and Xbox One is the same amazing game, but with even bigger worlds than we've see on consoles before.

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Nov 7, 2015

From its four-player co-op campaign to the brand-new powers and a fleshed-out Zombies mode, Black Ops 3 meaningfully pushes the Call of Duty series forward on several fronts. Even where it doesn't innovate, it still meets the high bar Call of Duty fans should expect. Black Ops 3 isn't the best Call of Duty game ever, but it's the biggest and most feature-packed game we've seen out of the series yet.

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Nov 3, 2014

Advanced Warfare is faster and more focused than any Call of Duty before it.

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9 / 10.0 - Resogun
Nov 12, 2013

Resogun is a smart, speedy game that reinvigorates the shoot 'em up genre.

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9 / 10.0 - Halo 5: Guardians
Oct 27, 2015

Where single-player has its successes and failures, Halo 5's multiplayer is one big, sustained high point.

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Apr 24, 2014

You don't have to be a hardcore golf fan to get hooked on Mario Golf: World Tour. It rewards good play, gives plenty to do, and is a great teacher. Its incremental approach to challenge kept me coming back to test myself, and the post-game challenges and multiplayer modes inspired me to play in new ways even after I thought I was a pro.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Her Story
Jun 29, 2015

Her Story's deep, dark story makes excellent use of old-school full-motion video.

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Aug 24, 2015

Gears' strong style and great gameplay make it enjoyable even today, nine years after the original was released.

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8.3 / 10.0 - Samurai Gunn
Dec 17, 2013

Samurai Gunn's fast-paced combat is a ton of fun, but only if you can round up four friends.

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8.3 / 10.0 - Sniper Elite 4
Feb 13, 2017

A lot of games tout the ability to “play how you want to play,” but Sniper Elite 4’s missions and mechanics actually are robust enough to back up that claim. Picking apart the Nazi war machine piece by piece, using whatever plan comes to mind, is a blast. The way it encourages you to stay mindful, experiment, and get better is a refreshing vote of confidence, even if it doesn’t always reward the extra effort you’re putting in.

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