Sam Spyrison


54 games reviewed
77.6 average score
80 median score
66.7% of games recommended
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Nov 25, 2019

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is one of the best Star Wars games to date, thanks to intense combat and satisfying exploration and traversal.

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Nov 8, 2019

The adrenaline-inducing, high stakes nightlife of Need for Speed Heat is an exciting idea that pushes the franchise forward after years of stagnation.

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Despite the addition of retro 2D events and a story mode, Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 does little to improve the franchise thanks to middling minigame design and an empty, lackluster campaign.

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3.5 / 5.0 - John Wick Hex
Oct 8, 2019

John Wick Hex excels at making the player think like John Wick, but fails to back it up with combat that is representative of the titular assassin.

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4 / 5.0 - WHAT THE GOLF?
Sep 24, 2019

What the Golf is the ultimate parody of the titular sport by boiling it down to its fundamentals and constantly upending the player's expectations to create a humorous and memorable game.

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Jun 22, 2019

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled is an unexpectedly ambitious remaster that puts a fresh coat of paint on the accessible and deep kart racer.

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The concluding chapters of Clementine's journey remains as emotional and stressful as ever, but rarely feels purposeful enough to be a worthwhile finale for longtime fans.

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Take Us Back is a well-constructed but ineffective conclusion to Telltale's The Walking Dead series.

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Jan 19, 2019

As the final season of The Walking Dead is brought back to life by Skybound, the narrative plot continues to shamble aimlessly like the zombies that inhabit its world. A few emotional chats between Clementine and AJ and a finale-prepping conclusion makes the journey worth continuing, but Skybound will need to go above and beyond to provide Clementine the send off she deserves and make the fourth and final season one worth playing.

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Suffer the Children is an unsatisfying conclusion to Clementine's journey, temporary or otherwise, as both she and Telltale Games have seen much higher highs over the years.

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