Jake Roach


6 games reviewed
78.5 average score
81 median score
83.3% of games recommended
Scores 10.0 higher than average

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PC Aficionado
Jake Roach
7.5 / 10.0 - Super Lucky's Tale
Dec 10, 2017

Super Lucky's Tale is designed for a very particular audience and for a very particular purpose, and manages to pull that off with flair - but it'll alienate anyone outside of that.

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PC Aficionado
Jake Roach
May 31, 2017

At $29.99, Mirage is kind of up in the air. For LAN enthusiasts, the game should already be installed and ready to go. Mirage fits perfectly into the LAN footprint with long, no nonsense matches that can be played over and over again.

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Jake Roach
8 / 10.0 - The Surge
May 21, 2017

The Surge is an impressive title from Deck 13 and Focus Home Interactive. The context provided by the story, solid visuals, and gameplay advancements are exciting for how this new kind of ARPG will progress into the future. However, slight mishaps in the graphical department with a lack of separation and an occasional lack of mystery hold The Surge back from being truly excellent.

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PC Aficionado
Jake Roach
May 3, 2017

Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 is a surprising effort from CI Games. If there’s anything to take away, it’s a damn good time. The solid mechanics, the world, and crafting abilities really show the experience of CI Games, marking a pinnacle in the series. However, technical mishaps hold this game back from being truly great. Long loading times and occasional cheese dialogue keep in a realm just below AAA status.

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PC Aficionado
Jake Roach
Apr 5, 2017

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is an incredibly fun ride, especially for those who have never played the game. The additions justify a full release of the game after six years, adding a good amount of value for fans of the game. However, if you’re not a fan of the original, you’re probably not going to find anything here to draw you in. While issues like GFWL have been cut to allow the game to run on modern systems, the heart of the game is still there – clunky exposition and all. For fans of the game or for those who have never played it, Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition should be a no brainer even at full price. However, if you didn’t like the 2011 release, you won’t find much here.

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Jake Roach
8.3 / 10.0 - 88 Heroes
Mar 26, 2017

88 Heroes hits where a lot of games miss. It introduces and original idea with a unquie spin and provides hours and hours of chaotic fun. For my money, it’s hard to beat 88 Heroes at only $14.99. I would buy the game, even at full price.

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