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Matthew Hung

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Matthew began game criticism at an early age while playing his friend's copy of Pokémon for lunch money. Once the veneer of the first Pokémon adventure had been stripped away, he found that the map design was iffy and the characters felt flat and undeveloped. Although he unfortunately no longer receives lunch money for playing games, he hopes his experienced cynicism and intent scrutiny of games can help him in some small way to understand what makes a quality gaming experience.

Expeditions: Viking is Set to be an Exciting Adventure Through Norse Culture

There's quite a bit to look forward to in the impending release of Expeditions: Viking, especially when it comes to getting the feel of minor leadership and story freedom.

Stellaris: Leviathans DLC Review

After the initial honeymoon period with Stellaris came to a close, I was left with a sense of “what now?”, like Dustin Hoffman at...

Sunless Sea: Zubmariner Review

I enjoyed my first trip into the great underground ocean that is the eponymous Sunless Sea during my admittedly short maiden voyage. I died quite...

FIFA 17 Review

Sir Alex Ferguson famously had a pre-match team talk versus Spurs in which he rallied his boys by uttering: “Lads, it’s Tottenham”. Any seasoned...

Guards Review

First impressions don’t count for everything, but it should be noted that the first moments of Guards made me think "Oh god no". Guards is...

Bohemian Killing Review

An interesting idea does not necessarily make a good game. Bohemian Killing puts you in the shoes of a killer during Revolution-era France, trying to...

Necropolis Review

Necropolis has some problems big and small, but parsing through some of the complaints levelled by other reviewers disappointed me. But I'm getting ahead of...

Hearts of Iron IV Review

At the heart of Paradox Interactive titles is freedom. Freedom to give every lord in Italy syphilis, to conquer the known galaxy with an army...

Total War: Warhammer Review

For a kid who spent hours lining up Risk armies to replicate historic battles, there was no more seminal a title for me than...

Stellaris Review

Stellaris is one of those rare games which becomes a parasite on your life. I’m just like you: I’ve got a job, friends, family, nutritional...

The Banner Saga 2 Review

Video games are an art form, a fact which which is disputed not only by naysayers whose purview on the topic ends at Mortal...

The Banner Saga 2: First Impressions

When the first installment of The Banner Saga was released, there were a number of enticing features that prompted my purchase. Art was a huge...

XCOM 2 Review

“AAAAASSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!” yells my xeno-exterminating commando after failing to hit the ravenous alien bug four inches from his face. This glorious five second sequence had...
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