Greg Hicks


60 games reviewed
70.7 average score
80 median score
63.3% of games recommended
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7 / 10 - Blair Witch
Jul 6, 2020

If you are looking for something to whet your horror appetite, and you only have a Switch, then you can’t go wrong with Blair Switch. However, if you have an Xbox, PC or PS4, then you’re better off experiencing it on something with a bit more technical capability.

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Jun 25, 2020

The novelty of the absurdness wears off pretty quickly. But it makes up for it by being a fun little football game.

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Jun 23, 2020

Whilst not the deepest or most realistic of Trials-like games, it makes up for it with silliness and charm.

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9 / 10 - Desperados III
Jun 12, 2020

It may seem daunting at first, but stick with it and a massively varied stealth and tactics game opens up over time.

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8 / 10 - Liberated
Jun 8, 2020

It may not look next-gen on your 4K TV running through your PS4 Pro, but it doesn’t need to. Conversely, I thought it was well suited to something like the Switch: much like a comic, you hold it in your hands and flick through at your own pace. In that regard, Atomic Wolf have nailed it.

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8 / 10 - Maneater
May 22, 2020

It may only be single player, but treat it more like the Witcher than a party game: you are the shark, this is your time to rise as queen of the ocean. It may have a slightly bumpy start, as most games of this style do, but once it opens up the world is your… well, ocean. That sounds less dramatic when it’s literal.

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7 / 10 - Ion Fury
May 18, 2020

Ion Fury isn’t a bad game. In the conventional sense, it’s a very functional shooter reminiscent of the heady days of all the aforementioned titles, with that modern (albeit minimal) sprucing. But it’s so laden down with questionable and somewhat controversy-baiting humour that lets it down a tad.

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9 / 10 - Huntdown
May 12, 2020

It may not break ground on the neo-nostalgic front, but it doesn’t need to. It’s a wonderful homage to an era of games and movies that paved the way for this to happen.

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3 / 10 - Daymare: 1998
May 2, 2020

As it is now, whilst it’s not unplayable, it’s not far off. It’s trying too hard with its story scenario hopping all over the shop, coupled with an inventory management system that just doesn’t work in this kind of game.

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You can’t go far wrong with Shred! 2. It has indie title written all over it, so if you can appreciate it at that arcade level and price point, it’s definitely worth a look for those that want to push themselves. It’ll push you and you’ll get mad at times (please, do. I can’t be the only one that gets annoyed), but if you can persevere until you unlock new rides to help, it opens up the challenge with progression and practice.

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