Jed Pressgrove


Favorite Games:
  • Galaga
  • Final Fantasy III (SNES)
  • Off-Peak

72 games reviewed
58.9 average score
60 median score
33.3% of games recommended

Jed Pressgrove's Reviews

Jed Pressgrove lives in Mississippi. He regularly writes game reviews for Slant and has been published in publications such as Paste and Unwinnable. His blog Game Bias has received WordPress' highest honor, "Freshly Pressed," and has been featured in Kill Screen, Rock Paper Shotgun, and Critical Distance.
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Dec 1, 2019

The game fulfills a vision of steadfast humanity within the framework of a martial arts revenge tale.

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Sep 23, 2019

Perhaps its efforts to fit in with the big dogs of the gaming world would be more tolerable if there were more variety to its challenges.

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Sep 3, 2019

Not only does the game cheapen the idea that a dog is man's best friend, it also falls apart like a cheap chew toy.

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Fire Emblem attains an especially epic, moral grandeur with this game's focus on the interplay between education and religion.

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What hurts the game the most isn't the lack of follow through on its initial critical gumption, but rather a lack of compelling drama in its later levels.

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Its boss fights highlight the contrived lengths that FromSoftware has gone to in order to satisfy players' thirst for difficulty.

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Mar 6, 2019

Throughout, you may be gripped by the feeling that you've seen all that there is to see in the fighting game genre.

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As you watch Talma's existence fade, you grasp the importance that every moment can have on a mortal plane.

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Feb 19, 2019

At the very least, the game's epic trials will make you respect the practitioners of this most insane of sports.

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- Vane
Jan 25, 2019

The art of a game, however distinctive, matters little if it isn't accompanied by functionality.

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