Jasper Pickering


15 games reviewed
80.0 average score
80 median score
80.0% of games recommended
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Mar 30, 2020

Players who are just looking to experience the same single player action from Resident Evil 2 should wait until the game is released as a standalone title or after it has significantly dropped in price.

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Long time fans of Animal Crossing will have plenty to love with New Horizons and for younger players who may be unfamiliar with past entries, the appeal will become immediately apparent in its presentation. Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a must play for any Nintendo Switch owner.

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Feb 4, 2020

The Turing Test is a short but ultimately memorable experience.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare makes some bold choices in its overarching narrative but they're not always for the best. It's a game at its best when it's doing the least.

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This is one of the strongest releases on the Nintendo Switch in 2019 so far and is certainly worth playing, even for newcomers of the veteran series.

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Crash is back (again) in this marvelous tribute to one of the PS1 era’s most memorable games and more. It goes beyond what could be expected from a remaster and fans are sure to be coming back for more content when it is released.

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Apr 22, 2019

If you are a diehard Mortal Kombat fan and you must own this game just for the story and local competitive play then this review isn’t going to stop you from purchasing it. But until NetherRealm fixes its issues with connectivity and offers an experience that is friendly for consumers you are better off waiting for it to lower in price.

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Mar 8, 2019

Everything in DMC5’s presentation, from the dynamic soundtrack to the beautiful ethereal backdrop made possible by Capcom’s RE Engine, is so lovingly realised that at times it's hard to know what to focus on.

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Feb 21, 2019

Tetris is a pretty singular experience by itself and turning it into a massive multiplayer experience is such an intense joy that it’s hard to understand why no one has done something quite like this before.

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Feb 14, 2019

New Dawn doesn’t ask complicated questions about what it all means for the fate of its world, it just asks you to enjoy it while it lasts.

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