Jason Venter


12 games reviewed
60.8 average score
70 median score
16.7% of games recommended

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Jason Venter
Sep 22, 2015

Disgaea 5 is the biggest and most satisfying installment in the series to date, and It could easily be the last one you ever need to buy.

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Jason Venter
Jun 29, 2015

Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure introduces a fresh new twist on an old formula.

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Jason Venter
3 / 10 - Color Guardians
May 12, 2015

Color Guardians offers relentless difficulty and beautiful visuals but not much else.

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Jason Venter
Apr 20, 2015

The fun and atmospheric Affordable Space Adventures lives up to its quirky title.

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Jason Venter
3 / 10 - LA Cops
Mar 16, 2015

Playing LA Cops is like doing hard time.

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Jason Venter
Nov 23, 2014

Rollers of the Realm is a good idea let down by its execution.

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Jason Venter
7 / 10 - Road Not Taken
Aug 4, 2014

Road Not Taken treads an unconventional trail, and is mostly better for it.

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Jason Venter
7 / 10 - NES Remix 2
Apr 20, 2014

NES Remix is a fun way to remind yourself to play through the classics again.

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Jason Venter
6 / 10 - Mercenary Kings
Apr 7, 2014

Mercenary Kings heads down several familiar paths at once, to mixed results.

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Jason Venter
Feb 9, 2014

The Lego Movie Videogame re-creates and expands on most of the film's greatest moments.

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Jason Venter
Dec 29, 2013

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is pretty, and pretty decent.

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Jason Venter
Dec 9, 2013

Zoos are special and Zoo Tycoon captures that nicely. The sometimes disappointing limitations and even the dreadful menus don't take away enough from the overall package to prevent it from earning a recommendation, particularly for animal lovers and families.

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