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Jordan Minor


Favorite Games:
  • StarCraft
  • Super Smash Bros.
  • Threes

36 games reviewed
78.3 average score
80 median score
66.7% of games recommended

Jordan Minor's Reviews

Former PCMag intern Jordan Minor is a junior software analyst who really just wants to use his fancy Northwestern University journalism degree to write about video games. He's previously written for Kotaku, The A.V. Club, Cards Against Humanity, and 148Apps. In his spare time, he also writes dumb screenplays that occasionally become dumb movies.
Nov 4, 2022

Featuring a large cast of superheroes and supervillains along with deceptively deep strategy mechanics, Marvel Snap turns the popular comic book universe into an ingenious and irresistible mobile collectible card game.

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Oct 25, 2022

Featuring giant demon battles, massive destruction, and flexible combat that encourages creative fighting, the long-awaited Bayonetta 3 is the witch’s biggest action romp yet.

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Oct 24, 2022

Despite Gotham Knight's cooperative multiplayer and many customization options, vigilante justice can't save this open-world action-RPG from mediocrity.

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Gaming's most inexplicable mascot crossover, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope delivers a clever, cosmic adventure alongside tightly tuned tactical gameplay.

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Oct 14, 2022

Shovel Knight Dig remixes the popular indie platformer into a clever roguelike that's an entertaining-if somewhat diminished-Shovel Knight experience.

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The Delicious Last Course closes out Cuphead in style thanks to fantastic foes to fight and welcome new mechanics to enjoy.

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Mario Strikers: Battle League makes its long-awaited return as a deliriously fun and accessible soccer game that's packed with character customization and online modes.

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May 26, 2022

Soundfall's music-based gameplay adds a fresh groove to an otherwise standard dungeon-crawling adventure.

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May 19, 2022

If all you want to see is a powered-up Shaggy throwing a sandwich at Batman, then MultiVersus is already a success. . . . The foundation, while flawed, has potential, but this is only the beginning.

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Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga packs the nine, mainline films into a galaxy-spanning, kid-friendly, open-world toybox.

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The House of the Dead: Remake gives the classic zombie-shooting game a frightfully fresh coat of paint, but its arcade roots create new problems as a home console release.

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Oct 28, 2021

Mario Party Superstars may bring back fond memories of Nintendo's mini-game franchise, but being from the past doesn't automatically make it a blast.

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More than a nostalgic joke, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl delivers a genuinely fantastic cartoon fighting game just slightly marred by unpolished presentation.

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With a fresh focus on unique characters and multiplayer mayhem, WarioWare: Get It Together finds room for even more creativity in an already one-of-a-kind series.

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Aug 27, 2021

Series newcomers must adapt to its many idiosyncrasies, but No More Heroes III successfully resurrects Suda51's decade-old, hack-and-slash cult hit.

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Jul 28, 2021

Pokemon Unite’s familiar faces and approachable mechanics let everyone enjoy the otherwise inscrutable MOBA genre.

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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD’s upgraded visuals and motion-free control options make this the best way to play the Wii classic, even if the game is firmly stuck in Zelda’s past.

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Jun 24, 2021

Mario Golf: Super Rush puts delightfully fast-paced twists on arcade-style golf, both in its hilarious multiplayer modes and robust, solo adventures.

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Jun 10, 2021

Game Builder Garage is a tremendously powerful and accessible piece of game development software that gives you the tools and guidance to make video games with ease.

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May 25, 2021

From its neon graphics to its tactical mechanics, Knockout City’s take on multiplayer dodgeball is over-the-top in all the right ways. It just sits in an awkward limbo between free and paid games.

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