Jason Faulkner


109 games reviewed
77.2 average score
80 median score
69.4% of games recommended
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If you are a MechWarrior fanatic, MechWarrior 5 will probably give you hours of enjoyment. If not, I’d wait until some of the problems above are addressed before making a purchase.

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Nov 27, 2019

If you’re someone who doesn’t “like to read” or wants a lot of action in their games, Disco Elysium might not be the best pick. It does an excellent job of bridging the worlds of literature and gaming, and offers a unique blend on the venerable CRPG formula.

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Jedi Fallen Order isn’t perfect, but it’s a step in the right direction. The critical factor with this game is that it taps into that sense of adventure that Star Wars instills in fans.

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Nov 1, 2019

Death Stranding is one of the best games I’ve ever played. It’s smart, it’s well-produced, and it just feels good to play.

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Oct 8, 2019

Shadowkeep had a solid campaign, though it ended prematurely for my taste. The expansion itself isn’t on the level of Forsaken, but it keeps the Destiny 2 machine rolling forward. I’m not personally happy with some of the changes that come alongside Shadowkeep, but I can see the imperative to reward players who keep regularly returning by spreading content out instead of releasing it in lumps.

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With so much competition, the Nintendo tax isn’t worth paying for this one, especially with such a packed release calendar over the next six months.

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Sep 27, 2019

Despite its flaws, Borderlands 3 is worth playing, and it’s definitely no worse than the other entries in the franchise, which means it’s pretty darn okay.

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Sep 26, 2019

If you’ve ever wanted a Souls-like without most of the baggage that comes with playing one, Code Vein is right up your alley.

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Sep 16, 2019

Astral Chain is a unique and beautiful game that excels at what it’s trying to do. It’s one of the best games of the year so far, and it makes me excited to see what the studio will come up with next.

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However, that’s just the way expansions work, and in exchange for that mild inconvenience, you get another 20-30 hours of new content with the same high quality that generated critical acclaim for the game when it first released.

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