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Jordan Aslett


Favorite Games:
  • Assassin's Creed 2
  • Uncharted 2: Among Theives
  • Final Fantasy VI

22 games reviewed
79.8 average score
80 median score
90.9% of games recommended

Jordan Aslett's Reviews

Jordan Aslett is the Managing Editor at Gamer Professionals. He loves all things video game and is especially interested in some of the deeper aspects of games such as developer strategies and why players play games they way they do. His favorite games are the Uncharted and Assassin's Creed Series and has a special love for anything with a strong/evocative story narrative.
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Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is a fitting way to end a decade long story beloved by fans across the world.

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The combination of everyone's favorite childhood toy and the movie franchise that set the standard in movie production to this day create an enjoyable experience for gamers of all ages. Bringing back familiar aspects of previous LEGO games, and adding new gameplay like dogfights and blaster battles helps 'LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens' break franchise fatigue. Traveller's Tales has delivered their best game to date.

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Jul 31, 2016

While Lifeless Planet it lacking in gameplay and uniqueness, the story it showcases is worth the time to discover.

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Aug 7, 2016

With a story that delicately balances sadness and beauty, yet never tries to be anything other than a callback to classic games, I am Setsuna lands among the stars of the JRPG genre.

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8.8 / 10.0 - No Man's Sky
Aug 17, 2016

'No Man's Sky' pairs our love of exploration with a universe of massive scale. While the story takes some sorting out before you feel like you really have a grasp on it, it is deep and thought-provoking. There are many systems and features within the game, and the vast majority of them feel polished and correctly balanced. 'No Man's Sky' is a game that is worth playing.

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Oct 3, 2016

A fun puzzle game that is hindered by problematic controls (especially on a controller) which cause unjust failures.

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Oct 11, 2016

Vermintide's gameplay formula is nothing new, and doesn't bring much to the table. What makes this game worth playing however is the well-crafted world and the level design. Each level has a purpose in the story, and the way that purpose is fulfilled is carefully thought out.

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9.3 / 10.0 - Dishonored 2
Nov 22, 2016

Dishonored 2 successfully builds upon an already enjoyable game. The game reached the standard of what a good sequel should try and be. With a story that's satisfying and a world that is open and enchanting, my only major objection is that the ending falls short of being entirely satisfying.

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8.2 / 10.0 - Watch Dogs 2
Nov 28, 2016

Watch Dogs 2 adds a lot to a series that had a poor start. San Fransisco is an incredibly beautiful and fleshed out location for a game that has a much brighter tone that the original. Yet a lot of the good is weighed down by issues returning from past Ubisoft titles (even though those issues had been completely eradicated in the past). While the game feel fun, it is hard to shake the feeling that Ubisoft has taken a step backward thanks to these issues.

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9.1 / 10.0 - Tales of Berseria
Feb 16, 2017

Tales of Berseria is the best Tales game that I have played since the series roped me in with Tales of Symphonia. The story exceeded my expectations utilizing the darker tone to emphasize themes of family and betrayal. The combat is easy enough to understand and worthwhile to master, so players who are not familiar with the series’ combat can jump in and learn it easily. At the same time, Tales fans who are more interested in the advanced aspects of combat have a lot to dig into. Tales of Berseria is a game that I recommend for anyone looking for an enjoyable JRPG with memorable characters and a worthwhile story.

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