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Rob Kershaw


Favorite Games:
  • Planescape Torment
  • Shining Force 2
  • Landstalker

145 games reviewed
70.3 average score
70 median score
51.0% of games recommended

Rob Kershaw's Reviews

Co-founder of Jump Dash Roll. I've been gaming since the days of the Amstrad. Huge RPG fan. Planescape: Torment tops my list, but if a game tells a good story, I'm interested. Absolutely not a fanboy of any specific platform - the proof is in the gaming pudding.
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8 / 10 - Inmost
Aug 26, 2020

Haunting and striking in equal measure, Inmost strikes a balance between narrative and platform-puzzler that mostly succeeds for the entirety of its short running time.

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8 / 10 - Creaks
Aug 7, 2020

Familiar puzzle-platform staples are polished to a high sheen in Creaks. It might not break new ground in the genre, but no-one can tell a wordless story quite like Amanita Design.

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8 / 10 - Superliminal
Jul 15, 2020

Superliminal will challenge and confound but never punish. Pillow Castle's debut is inventive and occasionally mind-boggling, a short but engaging feast for fans of optical illusions and lateral thinking.

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7 / 10 - A Fold Apart
May 27, 2020

A Fold Apart is a short, touching puzzler with a timely message at its heart.

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Apr 21, 2020

A lovingly animated and clever point-and-click which, despite issues with pacing and signposting, is still likely to capture many hearts.

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Apr 8, 2020

Much like a straight-to-DVD sequel, Resident Evil 3 is enjoyable on its own brief terms. While the game it's riffing on is excellent, it feels like a rehash rather than a remake.

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Mar 31, 2020

Short, sweet and clunky, Assemble With Care has a wholesome message at its core, but the compromises made in porting its controls to PC mean that the mobile version is the recommended choice, assuming you have an Apple device.

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Feb 26, 2020

Kentucky Route Zero is a maddeningly obscure visual novel, both beautifully dull and mundanely fascinating. It will no doubt split opinion, but if you enjoy an abundance of metaphor and some quirky introspection, it will definitely tick your boxes.

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Wolves is a short, satisfying final chapter for a beloved series and one which will please all but the most hard-hearted gamers.

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7 / 10 - She Sees Red
Jan 15, 2020

The execution sometimes falls a little short but for a first project you have to commend the effort and vision; the developers are right to view it as an area of untapped potential. Whether or not it’s the future of TV remains to be seen, but we could stand to have a few more experiments of this nature.

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