Jonathan Moore


21 games reviewed
72.9 average score
70 median score
38.1% of games recommended
Scores 1.4 higher than average

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Jonathan Moore
Jul 12, 2019

Rad and totally kickass, Blazing Chrome stands as one of the best run n' gun games of all time. A worthy successor to the Contra crown from concept to execution.

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Jonathan Moore

Despite a graphical upgrade, Sniper Elite V2 Remastered shows its age in almost every way — but that doesn't mean it's not a good time.

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Jonathan Moore
Dec 4, 2018

Despite a few inconsistencies and missed opportunities, Just Cause 4 is still insanely fun and worth your time.

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Jonathan Moore

Sinner Sacrifice for Redemption ultimately feels like an average -- if unforgiving -- boss battler cashing in on the popularity of a certain From Software juggernaut.

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Jonathan Moore
Oct 6, 2018

While Ragnarok brings a lot of interesting new elements to Northgard, the update ultimately feels like somewhat of a mixed bag.

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Jonathan Moore
Sep 27, 2018

Insomnia: The Ark presents and engaging diesel-punk futurescape -- even if an overall lack of identity impedes it from greatness.

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Jonathan Moore
Aug 20, 2018

Shenmue and Shenmue 2 have never looked or felt this good. Experience these unmissable classics in the best way possible.

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Jonathan Moore

If you're a die-hard arcade enthusiast, this is the only Street Fighter Collection you'll ever need.

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Jonathan Moore
Jun 11, 2018

The embers of Dark Souls might not burn as bright seven years later, but Dark Souls: Remastered proves this is still one of the best RPGs of the modern era.

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Jonathan Moore
Apr 27, 2018

Deep with allegory and underpinned by rich combat, God of War stands triumphant as a narrative masterwork. This is what it means for video games to grow up.

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Jonathan Moore
Apr 19, 2018

Dead in Vinland's punishing gameplay and deep survival management systems make it an experience worthy of attention from fans of the genre.

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Jonathan Moore
Mar 27, 2018

Apex Construct builds a fun yet shaky foundation that can't support its own weight. Ultimately, it's an uneven experience that showcases the highs and lows of the current VR landscape.

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Jonathan Moore

The Council features a compelling mix of iterative mechanics and narrative-driven gameplay to create a truly unique experience. Its first episode, The Mad Ones, has its shining moments, but something feels missing from the final product.

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Jonathan Moore
Mar 2, 2018

Symmetry is a beautiful survival game that tells a harrowing sci-fi story that's grounded by gameplay that never really takes off.

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Jonathan Moore

Remothered: Tormented Fathers has plenty of terrifying potential, but a convoluted story, repetitive gameplay, and questionable voice acting handicap its chances of being truly great.

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Jonathan Moore

With overly complex multiplayer and progression systems, Battlefront 2 saves itself from Jar-Jar status with a strong story and competent core gameplay.

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Jonathan Moore
Aug 19, 2017

Although it can't shed all of its perennial problems, Madden 18 increases its draft stock with some high-quality off-season picks.

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Jonathan Moore
Aug 15, 2017

With solid mechanics, insane levels, and beautiful design, Nex Machina cements Housemarque as the king of twin-stick shooter development.

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Jonathan Moore

Samurai Warriors: Spirit of Sanada is a competent addition to the Koei Tecmo hack and slash catalog of action games. But it doesn't reinvent the wheel.

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Jonathan Moore
Mar 7, 2017

Sublevel Zero Redux isn't a bad game as much as it's a disappointing one. A roguelike with uninteresting mechanics, SBZ ultimately crashes into the ceiling it hopes to shatter.

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