John Jacques


50 games reviewed
68.6 average score
70 median score
48.0% of games recommended
Scores 0.8 higher than average

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John Jacques
Jun 27, 2019

Conan Unconquered challenges players to survive waves of enemies, but not to the sense of scale fans will have hoped for.

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John Jacques
Mar 31, 2019

Warparty offers a likable and quirky setting for an RTS featuring dinosaurs and zombies but ends up being formulaic and repetitive, with broken AI.

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John Jacques
Feb 26, 2019

A real-time strategy game that achieves the basics but fails to expand on it in any way.

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John Jacques
Feb 14, 2019

Far Cry New Dawn delivers a natural evolution in gameplay from Far Cry 5, delivering constant action and entertaining gameplay - if not a memorable storyline.

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John Jacques
Jan 23, 2019

Jon Shafer's At The Gates delivers great twists to a proven strategy formula, making it a roguelike worth checking out for strategy game fans.

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John Jacques
Dec 14, 2018

Cliffhanger Productions heads the latest attempt revive the Jagged Alliance series, laying down a fairly solid foundation with Jagged Alliance: Rage!

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John Jacques
Nov 27, 2018

The spiritual successor to Ultima had good intentions, but that may be the only good thing about it.

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John Jacques

A World War 2 setting mixed with Lovecraftian horror influences is cool, but the game is average at best.

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John Jacques
Nov 16, 2018

Football Manager 2019 expands on core gameplay mechanics like tactics and training, providing even more depth to a franchise renowned for realism.

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John Jacques
Oct 2, 2018

FIFA 19 brings in plenty of improvements to existing gameplay mechanics and modes, introduces new ones, and delivers a delightful experience on and off the pitch.

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John Jacques
Oct 2, 2017

Cuphead delivers a carefully curated balance of gorgeous hand-drawn visuals and unforgiving gameplay. This heavily stylized title is an instant classic.

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John Jacques

XCOM 2: War of the Chosen introduces seemingly countless new gameplay additions and changes for the deep tactical strategy game - but do the pieces all fit together?

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John Jacques
May 25, 2017

Quarantine brings a turn-based environment to players and tasks them with saving the world from a mutating infection, but is the game layered enough to entertain?

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John Jacques
Apr 23, 2017

Tarsier Studios creates a delightfully grotesque puzzle horror experience with Little Nightmares, where a little girl seeks safety from an oddity-filled world.

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John Jacques
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Feb 21, 2017

WayForward Technologies and GAMEPUMP have ported the light-versus-darkness puzzle title LIT over to the PC platform, but was doing this a bright idea?

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John Jacques
Feb 9, 2017

Culture Shock Games aims to take players on a tour through the tough life of Chicago's youth in We Are Chicago, but the game struggles to do its subject material justice.

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John Jacques
Nov 27, 2016

Frontier Developments has produced a fine theme park simulator with Planet Coaster, a polished title which keeps things fun, fast, and consistently entertaining.

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John Jacques
Nov 2, 2016

Respawn Entertainment delivers on its promise for a memorable campaign and entertaining multiplayer with Titanfall 2, a polished title which shows the bond between man and metal.

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John Jacques
Aug 23, 2016

Worms WMD is a breath of fresh air for the Worms franchise, introducing several new gameplay elements that compliment the series' trademark 2D gameplay nicely.

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John Jacques
Jul 20, 2016

The premise of Necropolis sounds fun, and it certainly starts off that way, but once things start to get repetitive the game slows down to a familiar grind.

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