Jez Corden


55 games reviewed
81.7 average score
80 median score
71.7% of games recommended
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Powerful characters, nuanced story-telling, and stunning visuals make Mafia: Definitive Edition one of the best story-driven games of the year.

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Aug 26, 2020

Wasteland 3 is a testament to the power of the branching narrative, taking it far beyond binary choices and into a grand canopy of cause and effect. It gives the wintry climbs of Colorado a lifelike quality that must have been painstaking to build. The most impressive RPG in years, Wasteland 3 is a masterpiece.

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Aug 19, 2020

Many of Battletoads' design sensibilities may seem archaic in 2020, but that was ultimately Dlala trying to build on the chaotic formula set by the original. Battletoads struggles as a single-player game but soars as a varied couch co-op experience party game for up to three friends. And hey, it's often laugh-out-loud funny too.

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Jul 27, 2020

Othercide could use some quality-of-life improvements, but this is one of the most stylish games I've played in years, complete with oppressive gameplay that is as thrilling as it is rewarding.

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Jun 12, 2020

A perfect blend of satisfying Wild West tropes, a surprisingly compelling story, and an endlessly-gratifying tactical layer that will make you feel like the architect of a bandit-murdering Rube Goldberg machine. With guns.

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May 22, 2020

Minecraft Dungeons meat is in its satisfying combat and complex character-building opportunities, and in that, the game delivers by the truckload.

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Apr 27, 2020

Held back by a few flaws, Gears Tactics remains a rock-solid turn-based strategy game fans of the genre will love.

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Apr 8, 2020

Bleeding Edge misses its mark, but there's a spark inside this game worth keeping your eye on.

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Mar 17, 2020

DOOM marches back to the gates of hell with confidence, but some of its attempts to try new things fall flat. Literally.

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Ori and the Will of the Wisps triumphs despite some rough edges, with what might be the most satisfying and evocative platformer ever made.

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