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Jordan Hurst

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Favorite Games:
  • Portal 2
  • Super Mario Bros. 3
  • The Stanley Parable

69 games reviewed
57.4 average score
60 median score
18.8% of games recommended
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Aug 14, 2019

Dicey Dungeons overcomes the reputations of its genres to become one of the most original and immediately enjoyable games of the year.

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9 / 10 - Her Story
Sep 14, 2015

The genius of Her Story is right in its title: every detail and feature of its existence, from the presentation, to the script, to the symbolism of the built-in Reversi mini-game, is included in service to its female lead's story. The end result is probably the most holistic narrative-driven game since The Stanley Parable. If the FMV genre is destined for a renaissance, this game would be a fantastic example for developers to follow.

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Jul 6, 2015

This is a title for anyone who has ever looked at the ocean or the night sky and been stunned by the unfathomable vastness of the universe and the mystery of the human condition. Hopefully, that's everyone.

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Jun 19, 2015

Games with outstanding aesthetics always run the risk of falling victim to the old "style over substance" criticism, but Ori and the Blind Forest supports its style with a constant stream of timeless, captivating substance.

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Divinity: Original Sin II refines, expands, or reimagines nearly all of its features, creating a complex, rewarding adventure with powerful multiplayer capabilities.

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The updates and alterations to Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology are inconsistently worthwhile, but the game as a whole is as memorable and elegantly designed as ever.

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Feb 20, 2019

The Textorcist mixes genres devilishly well, making for a cleverly challenging and engaging title.

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Jul 27, 2020

CARRION mixes familiar and alien elements to produce a memorably brutal inversion of the horror genre.

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Feb 25, 2015

Intentionally uncooperative controls are one of the most difficult ways to engage a player, but Young Horses has pulled it off twice in a row as of Octodad: Dadliest Catch. Aside from a handful of gameplay missteps (heh), the game is sublime slapstick that never stops being funny.

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Apr 11, 2015

Pillars of Eternity is a rare game that delivers exactly what it promises, all of which are things that gamers frequently ask for: legitimately mature narrative, deep tactical combat, and a genuine challenge free of artificial difficulty. Obsidian claimed the game would relive a classic era, but it didn't stop there. By casting off the restrictions of its inspirations' Dungeons & Dragons-rooted mechanics (and a lot of standard role-playing tropes with them) and building such an intriguing world, Obsidian has made one of the most refined and original RPGs in years.

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