Paul Acevedo


78 games reviewed
77.4 average score
80 median score
64.1% of games recommended
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Micro Machines World Series is a poorly conceived installment in the generally likable Micro Machines series.

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6 / 10.0 - FullBlast
Sep 28, 2018

Too many modern shmups are bullet hell shooters, so it’s refreshing to play one that doesn’t totally flood the screen with bullets at every moment. With decently fun gameplay, easy Achievements/Trophies, and a low price, FullBlast offers just enough bang for your buck.

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Sep 25, 2017

If you really dig level-based twin-stick shooters like this, Time Recoil is a solid purchase – after you've finished Neon Chrome, that is.

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Jun 29, 2017

The Golf Club 2 is a nicely improved sequel to the launch-era first game. Career mode, online societies, improved graphics and loading times, and strong character customization all make for a larger and longer lasting game. I just wish the actual golfing was friendlier.

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May 12, 2017

NBA Playgrounds comes close to being a good arcade basketball game ... but it doesn't quite score the bucket.

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Nov 3, 2017

Dying: Reborn isn't a particularly scary game, especially since you can't die. But it does possess a delightfully odd atmosphere and lots of fun puzzles to solve. This style of game, with all its indie seams and quirks, won't be for everybody. But if you can attune yourself to its quirky presentation (or just want those easy Achievements), Dying: Reborn won't kill your good time.

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Jan 26, 2017

Players who like tough games will love Rise & Shine, but it will never truly shine unless the developers rebalance the difficulty.

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May 11, 2017

As it stands, I'd only consider buying this one if you have a monitor near your chair. And even then, you have much better options like Rogue Stormers and Crimsonland to choose from.

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Jul 5, 2017

Dead by Daylight is a lot of fun once you get into a match, especially with friends. The tension of struggling to complete objectives while avoiding an invincible killer can't be understated. But the downright unfair difficulty for survivors can be discouraging, especially since you have to play a very long time to unlock useful perks to make things easier.

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Apr 7, 2017

I found the screen lock and wrap mechanics repetitive at times, and I definitely wished for a story and greater meaning from the adventure.

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