Jon Hueber


66 games reviewed
78.9 average score
80 median score
81.8% of games recommended
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Combining the best aspects of other genres and series, Monster Hunter Stories 2 offers up a charming reimagining of the franchise's tried-and-tested gameplay.

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Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade brings the storied game to the PlayStation 5 along with a new standalone adventure starring Yuffie, giving fans new insight into the story. It also makes the wait for the next full chapter all but unbearable.

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Jun 2, 2021

Miitopia comes to the Nintendo Switch, and while it's a good fit for a bigger screen, the game itself remains nearly unchanged from the original 3DS version.

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Apr 26, 2021

MLB The Show 21 makes the leap to a new console generation and ushers in a game-wide refresh that has the storied franchise feeling new.

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Apr 6, 2021

Monster Hunter Rise is the most accessible game in the franchise, but shoddy multiplayer connectivity and hard-to-see handheld play hold this game back from reaching the heights it's aiming for.

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Mar 6, 2021

Bravely Default II borrows much from the games and franchises that came before it, while still carving out a fun and thrilling identity of its own.

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Dec 2, 2020

Godfall is one of the very few new IPs available for next-gen consoles at launch, and while it's fun to play and gorgeous to look at, it doesn't have much else going for it.

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Assassin's Creed Valhalla recreates the true Viking experience, drawing upon history, religion, and good old fashioned stealth gameplay to create a title that will usher in the next generation of consoles.

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Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition comes to the Nintendo Switch, bringing with it a ton of DLC and the ability to play on the go. Rest assured, all of the magic from the original game has been left intact.

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Oct 16, 2020

The added physicality on both ends of the ice and the demand for skill-based gameplay makes NHL 21 the closest thing to real hockey in series history.

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