John Robertson


50 games reviewed
76.3 average score
80 median score
65.9% of games recommended
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8 / 10 - Tearaway
Nov 20, 2013

Tearaway's blend of the real and virtual worlds makes it a rare and charming treat.

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Dec 13, 2013

Thanks to its excellent battle system, Bravely Default breathes new life into a traditionalist genre.

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Less crossover and more combination, the excellent Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney provides each of its stars equal face time.

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Jun 23, 2014

Grid Autosport is often too ambitious for its own good, resulting in a diverse but inconsistent racer.

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Jun 25, 2014

Undoubtedly, there's enormous potential for a UFC series that will in the future become a staple part of the EA Sports family. A few tweaks are needed, but things are on the right track.

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7 / 10 - Madden NFL 15
Aug 28, 2014

Madden 15 a step forward, then, yet still a year behind schedule. There's a good game here, but there's still work to do to bring it up to the level of many of its sports game peers.

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57% - NHL 15
Sep 15, 2014

Compared to previous efforts, NHL 15 falls incredibly short on new-gen platforms. Missing a swathe of modes, you can't help but feel that the franchise's debut on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 is something of a puck up. Disappointing.

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8 / 10 - FIFA 15
Sep 22, 2014

FIFA 15 might not be wholly realistic, but it brings more flair and excitement than any game in the series so far.

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Is it as good as playing with friends fighting around a TV? No, but it is Smash Bros as we've come to know and love and, at least until the Wii U version arrives, that's more than good enough. hardcore and causal players rejoice.

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Oct 26, 2014

Sunset Overdrive is not lacking in enjoyable moments and ideas, but the overall package doesn't manage to live up to the billing publisher Microsoft has thrust upon it. This is not a revolution as far as open-world games go, it's more of a compendium of recognizable elements that have been twisted just enough to make them seem new and different for the uninitiated.

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