Matt Jordan


8 games reviewed
63.3 average score
60 median score
50.0% of games recommended

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Matt Jordan
5 / 10 - Massira
Feb 28, 2019

You'd expect this tale of human hope and loss to affect all who play it, but not when the message's delivery system is an empty and unengaging game.

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Matt Jordan
Jan 24, 2019

An amiable crafting game with an interesting story of parental devotion — let down by flawed combat and generic area design.

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Matt Jordan
8 / 10 - Call of Cthulhu
Oct 30, 2018

Turn down the lights, pour yourself a measure of laudanum, and settle in for a solid tale of intrigue and insanity well-rooted in Lovecraft's lore.

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5 / 10 - My Memory of Us
Oct 22, 2018

My Memory Of Us is a well-made game, but its approach to such a sensitive subject matter comes across as wildly ill-judged — despite Juggler Games' best intentions.

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Matt Jordan
Sep 25, 2018

The XCOM-style tactical missions are a good addition to mix up the gameplay, but the core mechanics grow grimly monotonous as you soldier on.

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Matt Jordan
Jul 8, 2018

The Spectrum Retreat impresses with its devilishly tricky puzzle solving, which rewards exploration and new ways of thinking about challenges. A real delight — check yourself into the Penrose Hotel today.

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Matt Jordan
Liked - INSIDE
Jun 24, 2018

INSIDE is a game that requires a player who doesn’t learn as they go along. It is a well-made game from a talented young studio, but save for the final moments has little to wow the player after the first half.

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Matt Jordan
Jun 17, 2018

For a game released near-identically across multiple platforms and generations, The Wolf Among Us holds up very well. If you can handle the lack of conventional gameplay and instead approach it as a ‘choose your own adventure’ with a slick script and voice work, check it out.

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