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164 games reviewed
75.8 average score
80 median score
66.9% of games recommended
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Oct 10, 2016

With an attractive art style, generally fun gameplay, catchy music and some fantastic narration, Manual Samuel isn't just another clumsy physics-based simulation game - it stands alongside Octodad and Surgeon Simulator as the cream of the physics-based crop.

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Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers is a repetitive, boring disaster of a game, and almost offensive in its disregard for the vibrant characters it's utilising. To suggest that kids would find any degree of enjoyment from this would be a disservice to their intelligence.

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Jan 17, 2017

With a playtime of around three to five hours (a chunk of it down to death-induced restarts), Rise and Shine mercifully doesn't outstay its welcome. Unless you're keen to replay the game on its unlockable permadeath Ironman mode - or hunt for a handful of useless collectibles - you'll have little reason to return to Gamearth. However, if you can tolerate/appreciate the hammy humour, there's a tight and often tricky adventure that delivers a decent, if fleeting experience.

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It's a well-made machine, and the game remains a well-crafted journey throughout – one that makes great use of its first-person perspective and one that brings a renewed sense of urgency to gaming's most famous horror series.

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- Nioh
Feb 10, 2017

Make no mistake, this is a harsh, unrelenting title that will test your skill, and the level of challenge makes it difficult to recommend to everyone. Nioh is never unfair though, with its well-designed systems giving you the tools to survive in its beautifully brutal world. Stick with it, plant your feet and you'll find your persistence rewarded with a thrilling and satisfying adventure.

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Feb 13, 2017

This adorable atmospheric puzzle platformer is a gentle title that's full of charm

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Feb 16, 2017

There is an undeniable charm to the game. You call tell that real effort has been spent on trying to craft a unique world with interesting characters.

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Feb 22, 2017

If you're looking for a fun Hitman-esque sneaky murder sandbox to blast about in, you'll have an absolute ball here.

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Feb 25, 2017

This sequel is another decent attempt at bringing strategy games to console, but gameplay can feel shallow at times

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Tides of Numenera is best approached as one might a weighty sci-fi novel from the likes of Clarke and Asimov; intimidating at first glance, with more exposition than explosions. Allow yourself to become immersed, however, and you'll find a trippy, twisty title with a myriad of ways to experience it.

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