Jordan Ramée


11 games reviewed
70.0 average score
70 median score
54.5% of games recommended

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Jordan Ramée
Jul 29, 2019

Kill la Kill The Game: IF isn't a balanced fighting game experience, but it delivers plenty of incentive for fans of the anime to play through the single-player content.

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Jordan Ramée
May 21, 2019

Everybody's Golf VR is a solid golfing experience for players of all skill levels, but it lacks enough incentives to keep playing its few courses.

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Jordan Ramée
Apr 1, 2019

The World Next Door has fairly stereotypical characters, but it delivers some enjoyably frantic puzzle battles in the second half of its campaign.

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Jordan Ramée
Mar 5, 2019

Extra Epic Yarn stitches new content into a nine-year-old platformer and throws it onto 3DS, creating the best version of Kirby's adventure into Patch Land.

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Jordan Ramée
7 / 10 - JUMP FORCE
Feb 15, 2019

Jump Force provides strategic tag-team arena-based combat that's filled with fun references to Shonen Jump manga, but the game's story leaves much to be desired.

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Jordan Ramée
9 / 10 - Ashen
Dec 6, 2018

A44's Ashen is as much about building community as it is defeating challenging enemies, reinforcing the triumph of victory with concrete examples of how you're improving its world.

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Jordan Ramée
Nov 9, 2018

From the creators of Rogue Legacy, Full Metal Furies is a challenging co-op game that seamlessly ties together the brawler and puzzle genres while also telling a humorous story.

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Jordan Ramée
Oct 27, 2018

My Hero One's Justice captures the feeling of superpowered heroes and villains fighting against one another in destructive arena battles but doesn't do justice to My Hero Academia's story.

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Jordan Ramée
Oct 3, 2018

With Super Mario Party on Switch, Nintendo's 20-year-old party franchise ditches its staple randomness for a more strategic game.

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OnlySP
Jordan Ramée
Feb 25, 2018

All Walls Must Fall should have had everything going for it. Both the combat and dialogue mechanics are solid. The game has a premise that is ripe for character interaction and analysis of human choice in the face of time travel. Had it established at the outset that time traveling was a one-and-done deal and restricted the player from using the power at all, All Walls Must Fall could have had something. As is, the title provides a few hours of decent enjoyment that is too easy to truly enjoy.

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Twinfinite
Jordan Ramée
4 / 5.0 - Rocket League
Nov 17, 2017

Rocket League on Switch is everything that Rocket League has to offer, with added portability. Some new battle cars help differentiate this port from other versions of the game, but, honestly, Rocket League on Switch would still be fantastic without them.

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