Jake Hill


68 games reviewed
75.1 average score
78 median score
51.5% of games recommended
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78 / 100 - Telling Lies
May 14, 2020

When compared to other games, Telling Lies is a massive accomplishment, bringing unheard of levels of talent.

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Apr 28, 2020

Chimera Squad is a great game in its own right, and it has me over the moon to imagine what a proper XCOM 3 is going to play like.

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46 / 100 - Pangeon
Apr 21, 2020

Ultimately, I’m here to compare Pangeon to the best version of itself, and figure out if it’s reached its full potential. And it hasn’t, not even as a diversion.

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Apr 1, 2020

Basically, this all adds up to Foundation elevating Control in every way. It’s not a new game, far from it, but it’s a rollicking continuation and one that leaves you wanting the next chapter.

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78 / 100 - Alder’s Blood
Mar 21, 2020

God has been murdered in this world, and I still feel compelled to understand just what that means. I’ll probably return to this world when the leaves are changing and I’m in the mood for an ethereal scare. I just hope I can remember to tread lightly and not have to reload so much.

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75 / 100 - Corruption 2029
Mar 9, 2020

The fact is, the gameplay in Corruption is fun, and I enjoyed playing it.

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Feb 22, 2020

The management and RPG style made me think of a digital board game like Antihero, but really it plays more like a visual novel — a genre that leans hard on player interaction to involve you in the story. And in that, Through the Darkest of Times was quite effective.

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Feb 18, 2020

Install this expansion pack and get into the rhythm of this excellent and yes, groovy game.

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80 / 100 - Phoenix Point
Dec 9, 2019

If you are familiar with the genre, you know what to expect with Phoenix Point. Little flourishes, like letting you manually aim your shots, inject some new life into a fairly predictable genre.

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87 / 100 - Superliminal
Nov 19, 2019

An original gameplay mechanic is hard to come by, and these shapeshifting puzzles feel like nothing else. The parts of the game that are derivative aren’t bad, just second best. The parts of the game that are original are extraordinary.

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