AJ Moser

New York City

Favorite Games:

57 games reviewed
73.6 average score
80 median score
52.8% of games recommended

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AJ Moser
Jun 5, 2019

I stare at the game’s start menu, telling myself, “one more run.” Of course, this more than likely means one more death—but who can say what might come from the run after that?

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AJ Moser
Apr 25, 2019

The apocalypse has never been more aimless than in Days Gone

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AJ Moser
Apr 22, 2019

I found Jupiter and Mars to be a thrilling and thoughtful experience. It clearly communicates an important message and manages to be equally fun and charming.

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This adventure marks a maturation in the formula that fans have come to love. Everything new in Sekiro is achieved with graceful triumph, demonstrating how willing From Software is to experiment with new ideas and proving it to be one of the greatest modern developers.

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AJ Moser
Feb 26, 2019

If BioWare can salvage the great gameplay ideas the game is built on and streamline some of the obtuse checklists, maybe Anthem will become the engrossing, living world I wanted it to be. But maybe I’m searching for something that was never there.

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AJ Moser
Feb 18, 2019

The most damning thing I can say is I felt like Crackdown 3 knew I didn’t care about what I was doing—and never went out its way to even try pulling me back in.

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AJ Moser
Jan 30, 2019

From all angles, this is an experience you can truly tailor to do just what you want it to. Chucklefish has packed this game so full with meaningful experiments—and things that are worth seeing.

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AJ Moser
Jan 27, 2019

This game belongs in the same breath as Undertale and Night in the Woods for the way it plays with its own video game-ness. Pikuniku bashes tropes, breaks the rules, and defies any possible expectations you could have.

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AJ Moser
Jan 24, 2019

Striking black-and-white visuals looks great on the Switch’s handheld screen, and the vibrant sound design often reveals hidden clues and cues. My Memory of Us stands out as an accessible throwback, and it commits fully to its message. This journey won’t take you very long to complete, but it’s one worth seeing through to the end.

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AJ Moser

It’s hard to imagine a better Super Smash Bros. game, but with more content already on the way, Ultimate will continue to top itself for the foreseeable future. For now, it’s impossible not to love what has been so carefully crafted as Nintendo’s finest multiplayer game ever.

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AJ Moser
Nov 28, 2018

As it stands, Darksiders III is sadly unremarkable.

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AJ Moser
Nov 21, 2018

The first Pokémon RPG to hit Nintendo’s latest console might not be everything that fans want, but it still delights.

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AJ Moser
Nov 14, 2018

As it stands now, Battlefield V is a beautiful depiction of an ugly war that offers only a few fleeting chances to reflect on what it meant.

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AJ Moser
Oct 30, 2018

Coupled with a compelling, unnerving take on Lovecraft mythos, the majority of the game is quite enjoyable. Where other titles would exploit the overtly scary aspects of this kind of story, Cyanide Studios smartly present the personal dread that can make a nightmare so disturbing.

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AJ Moser

There's no denying that anyone remotely interested in action games should check out Castlevania at some point. It's just a shame to see some of the greatest games ever made shipped out in such a shoddy manner.

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AJ Moser

Overall, a lack of cohesion hurts Black Ops 4. Playing through every mode is rewarding in its own right, but it doesn't feel like you're working toward anything in the long run.

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While the bosses are truly wonderful monstrosities to behold, the most frightening thing presented in Sinner is a game that's damned to live with few original ideas.

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AJ Moser
Oct 9, 2018

If you have a Nintendo Switch, or some friends with their own systems, Super Mario Party can be a good time.

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AJ Moser
Sep 11, 2018

Full of exciting new features for multiplayer and a thrilling campaign, Forsaken is a great excuse to get back into Destiny 2.

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The ability to play your way, no matter what, make Lara Croft's latest journey worth taking.

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