Jordan Phipps


99 games reviewed
75.6 average score
75 median score
46.5% of games recommended
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5.5 / 10.0 - R.B.I. Baseball 16
Jun 10, 2016

It’s hard to recommend R.B.I. Baseball 16 to anyone but the hardest of the hardcore MLB fan. If you only own an Xbox One and you need a baseball game, I think you will find some enjoyment here. I would suggest those people to check out Super Mega Baseball, which released late last year, for a true arcade baseball experience.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Attack on Titan
Sep 7, 2016

Attack on Titan from Koei Tecmo does a very good job of introducing the series to new players through compelling and fun action. Fans of the series may not find many surprises in the story, but it is still worth playing none-the-less. While it suffers from similar repetitive gameplay as its Dynasty Warriors predecessors, I found it to be enjoyable from start to finish. There is just enough variation among Titan types and characters to make things feel slightly different each time.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Silence
Dec 10, 2016

Silence stayed true to its name with a quiet release and little fanfare heading into December. It ended up being one of my most memorable and enjoyable games of the entire year.

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7.3 / 10.0 - The Dwarves
Dec 13, 2016

For all the time I spent enjoying the Dwarves, there was equal amounts of frustration, boredom and disappointment.

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Dec 21, 2016

The combat can get repetitive, the jumping is awful, and the difficulty ranges from extremely easy to extremely hard. Despite these faults there is still plenty enjoyment to be had in the game, along with a jenesequa that kept me trying again and again.

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8 / 10.0 - Bard's Gold
Dec 28, 2016

I keep coming back to the thought that Bard's Gold keeps me coming back. I play a lot of games and retro inspired ones can be the most frustrating; more often than not I just give up and move on to something else. Bard's Gold is different from those, I'm rewarded for my efforts in success and failure.

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Jan 4, 2017

Momonga Pinball Adventures definitely scores points with me when it comes to originality, responsive controls and a charming world. Serious fans of pinball should stick with the more traditional games mentioned in the introduction, as this game won't scratch that pinball itch much. Everyone else looking for something lighthearted, or especially something for younger children, shouldn't be afraid of giving Momonga Pinball Adventures a shot.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Rise & Shine
Jan 12, 2017

While I don’t think any game is perfect, Rise & Shine is incredibly exemplary. Highly recommended.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Dead Effect 2
Jan 14, 2017

If you were to tell me a month ago, that a mobile port would possibly be my favorite indie FPS, I’d have a hard time believing you. Yet here we are with Dead Effect 2, a game that more than satisfies my single player itch. Graphically it looks great, controls are nearly perfect and they managed to balance the gameplay to keep it challenging but not overly frustrating. Every kill and every dollar are meaningful and when shooters have meaning they are hard to put down.

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