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Jeffrey L. Wilson

New York City
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Favorite Games:
  • Contra (NES)
  • Fire Pro Wrestling World
  • Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty

51 games reviewed
75.9 average score
80 median score
58.8% of games recommended
Scores 4.0 higher than average

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Jeffrey L. Wilson's Reviews

For more than a decade, Jeffrey L. Wilson has penned gadget- and video game-related nerd-copy for a variety of publications including 2D-X, E-Gear, Laptop, LifeStyler, Parenting, PCMag, Sync, Wise Bread, and WWE. He writes comics, mentors, practices Jeet Kune Do, and speaks at the occasional con. He's fueled by film, music, science, hot debates, and love.
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Jeffrey L. Wilson
Mar 12, 2019

Team Ninja adds the new offensive- and defensive-minded Break Gauge to its trademark Triangle System. The result is a Dead or Alive title that retains its fan service and boasts additional strategies, but a few issues keep this fighting game from ranking among the genre's best titles.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson

This remaster gives Katamari Damacy the high-definition graphics and keyboard support that you'd expect in a modern PC game, but that's all. Considering the game's excellence, that's just fine.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson

Fans of Capcom's classic, side-scrolling brawling games will enjoy these seven action-packed beat 'em ups. Unfortunately, the bundle lacks some high-profile releases, as well as the in-depth design docs found in most retro compilations.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson
Nov 21, 2018

After a disappointing SoulCalibur V, Bandai Namco has returned from the forge with the newly crafted SoulCalibur VI, a PC fighting game with fresh modes and thrilling gameplay.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson

Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner Mars gives the PS2 cult classic mech game updated touches like 4K resolution and VR support. If you played the original game, this release is unlikely to change your opinion.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson
Oct 9, 2018

PlayGround Games takes Forza Horizon 3's excellent foundation and builds upon it a new game that exceeds its predecessor in nearly every way. With Forza Horizon 4, Microsoft once again has a genre-defining racing game that drifts close to perfection.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson
Sep 13, 2018

With Yakuza 0, Sega gives its long-running gangster story the origin it deserves. Featuring brutal combat, hard-boiled drama, and a wacky sense of humor, Yakuza 0 is a beat 'em up classic.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson
Jun 20, 2018

A retro racing throwback, Horizon Chase Turbo replicates the speed and fun of classic 1990s-style racers.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson

An interactive archival look into the groundbreaking Street Fighter series, this collection of a dozen titles is a must-have purchase for genre fans and gaming historians alike.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson
Apr 19, 2018

Rocksmith may resemble Guitar Hero or Rock Band on its surface, but the title is a surprisingly thorough instructional tool that teaches you how to play a real guitar.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson
Feb 6, 2018

Arc System Works' loving tribute to one of the most popular animated shows of all time is not only an early contender for fighter of the year, but overall game of the year, too.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson

A retro revival given a modern coat of paint, Mutant Football League sticks to its 16-bit roots and showcases the funnier, gorier, side of American football.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson

Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite pits comic book characters vs. video game characters in a battle for magic space rocks. The highly satisfying action is paired with an uneventful roster and mediocre presentation, but that shouldn't stop you from exploring this fun fighting game.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson
Sep 28, 2017

Sonic Mania distills Sonic down to its basic elements, resulting in a wonderfully lean Hedgehog throwback. Unfortunately, DRM issues prevent Sonic Mania from blazing a truly excellent trail.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson
Aug 1, 2017

Featuring excellent combat and deep customization, Tekken 7 is one of the best fighting games to come along in some time.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson
May 9, 2017

Saber Interactive's NBA Jam-a-like delivers monster dunks and a novel leveling system that enables this high-flying sports game to leap over at least some of its flaws.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson

Guardians of the Galaxy is packed with Star-Lord and crew's humor and classic rock tunes, but this stiff point-and-click adventure game won't quite leave you hooked on a feeling.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson

Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 rumbles onto PC years after its original, last-generation console release. Despite irritating infinite combos and a barren online lobby, it was worth the wait, thanks to fun fighting, included console DLC, and a wallet-friendly price.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson
Mar 10, 2017

Fresh out of a fun-filled beta period, Disc Jam brings exciting disc-tossing arcade sports action to the PC. Its core game is entertaining, but it lacks the polish found in other multiplayer sports titles.

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Jeffrey L. Wilson
Mar 7, 2017

Super Bomberman isn't the prettiest game in the long-running series, but its core multiplayer mayhem is as terrific as ever. [OpenCritic note: Jeffrey Wilson separately reviewed the PC (2.5 stars) and Switch (3.5 stars) versions. Their scores have been averaged.]

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