Jon Ryan


14 games reviewed
68.8 average score
73 median score
21.4% of games recommended
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Jan 12, 2015

ACU: Dead Kings takes Arno into new subterranean territory, where both stealth challenges and some frustrating mazes await.

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6.7 / 10.0 - Aaru's Awakening
Mar 2, 2015

Despite some good ideas and a cool art style, Aaru's Awakening falls short of being a dream platformer.

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Mar 9, 2015

FC4's Valley of the Yeti DLC adds some monstrous fun and desperate defense missions.

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5.8 / 10.0 - Whispering Willows
Jul 2, 2015

Despite some good ideas and cool design choices, Whispering Willows can't deliver a wholly fulfilling experience.

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4.5 / 10.0 - Godzilla
Jul 14, 2015

Due to tedious gameplay and lackluster visuals, Godzilla fails to live up to his title of King of the Monsters.

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May 17, 2016

Though its world has some great aesthetic devices and a cool concept, ultimately all of Homefront: The Revolution's elements feel repetitive, unpolished, or downright unnecessary. Over the length of its campaign it fails to deliver a satisfying - or even fully functional - shooter experience.

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The second installment of Telltale's Batman takes all of the solid foundations established by Episode 1, trims most of the fat, and continues to build an engaging Dark Knight story in a unique and uncharted version of the D.C. legend’s universe. Old Bat-fans will get much more out of the unexpected twists and turns than a newcomer, but the relationships Bruce Wayne forms and develops with the people around him appeal equally.

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Apr 18, 2017

I had just as much fun during my six- or seven-hour playthrough of Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap as I have with many of its contemporary counterparts. While its antiquated roots cause some minor frustration with unreliable hitboxes and unnecessary grinding, the foundational combat and exploration is still engaging and fun after 30 years. From long-time Wonder Boy fans to platformer enthusiasts who've never heard of it until now, you'll likely be able to find whimsical fun and a neat bit of genre history in this charming adventure.

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Apr 21, 2017

Virtual Rick-ality does a great job emulating the dark humor of the source material, even if it occasionally overindulges in its self-awareness. Smart use of well-established VR minigame mechanics guides you through the experience, and aside from some slight issues navigating the space on a two-sensor Oculus Rift setup, these familiar and fun activities mesh well with the amusing efforts of the writing team and cast. Rick & Morty's first foray into virtual reality is not only a solid VR experience, but the duo's strongest attempt at translating the spirit of the show into a game yet.

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7.9 / 10.0 - The Surge
May 15, 2017

The Surge struggles to present a compelling campaign, but delivers a fun new take on a familiar genre.

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