Jonathan Logan


26 games reviewed
84.2 average score
87 median score
76.9% of games recommended
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May 12, 2022

Overboard! is an outstanding time-loop game that challenges you to think like a crafty murderer out of an Agatha Christie novel!

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The Castlevania Advance Collection offers fantastic value with three excellent Metroidvania games (and one heck of a challenging side scroller).

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Oct 26, 2021

Kathy Rain: Director's Cut adds in some interesting additional content, but is fundamentally the same overall experience as its original release.

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Sep 22, 2021

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life is a fine entry of the Yakuza series, but a poor way to end the story of Kazuma Kiryu.

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Aug 10, 2021

Dreamscaper has been in early access for about a year, and based on my time with it, I can say that time was well spent by Afterburner. They’ve created a well-balanced and engaging roguelike Action RPG that perfectly pairs with its social simulator mechanics. I continued to play long after I conquered Cassidy’s dreams and enjoyed every run, whether it was all the way to the end of the game or stupidly dying in the first level. This is a super impressive debut for the studio, and I hope that Afterburner is already working on its follow-up title! If Dreamscaper is any indication, we will be in for some sweet dreams ahead!

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Not only are the two games in The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles remarkable examples of what this series can do, but they deliver a massive amount of content for the price. When played back-to-back, you’re looking at around 70 hours of playtime in total, and that isn’t including all the extra content. I’m delighted that I can now go from desperately wanting Capcom to localize the games to desperately wanting Capcom to announce The Great Ace Attorney 3! These games are full of the same over-the-top craziness and heartbreaking melodrama that makes the series so memorable, and I highly recommend it to both long-time fans and those who are simply looking for a fantastic story. Absolutely no objections here.

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75% - Foregone
Jun 13, 2021

With stunning pixel-art graphics, solid combat, and a considerable amount of character customization, you can easily sink a few hours into Foregone, maybe more if you delve into more challenging difficulty levels. However, if you’re looking for a complex Metroidvania full of backtracking and deep lore, I would look elsewhere. Foregone may have left me feeling a bit cold, but if you’re looking for some straightforward side-scrolling action, I suspect it will nicely scratch that itch!

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87% - Judgment
Apr 23, 2021

Judgment is a successful spinoff from the Yakuza series that simply demands a follow-up. If Yakuza: Like a Dragon is pulling the main series towards turn-based combat, then Judgment would be an excellent place to continue exploring its real-time brawler roots. If you’re looking for a next-gen title that will deliver much more than just pretty visuals, it’s well worth a purchase on the PS5! If, however, you already own the title on the PS4, your money is likely better spent on other games (You HAVE played Yakuza: Like a Dragon, right?)

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86% - Her Story
Jul 12, 2020

One of the best FMV games ever made, Her Story delivers a tale that all adventure game fans should experience!

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Mar 18, 2020

Between the minigames, side quests, substories, idol simulator, and main story, Yakuza 5 offers a truly stunning value for your money.

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Feb 21, 2020

With Yakuza 4, we start to see the modern vision of the series take shape, while also serving as an enjoyable entry on its own!

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Feb 12, 2020

Despite occasionally feeling dated, Yakuza 3 still offers a fun experience for fans of the series.

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Jan 8, 2020

Cthulhu Saves Christmas is a stocking stuffer you'll want to open!

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Nov 10, 2019

Games like Return of the Obra Dinn are rare. They alternately make you feel like a complete idiot for missing what was in front of you and a bloody genius for solving the mystery. It’s remarkable how important it feels to figure everything out, especially given the lack of immediate stakes. After all, everyone on the ship is dead or gone; there is no time limit; there’s not even an apparent threat to your safety. But after you’ve witnessed only a few deaths, you become fully invested in figuring out precisely what happened to the crew of the Obra Dinn (for insurance purposes, of course). It made me feel more like a dogged detective than any game I’ve ever played. Despite some minor control issues on consoles, Return of the Obra Dinn remains possibly the most successful detective game ever made.

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Oct 23, 2019

A spiritual sequel success, The Outer Worlds eclipses its inspirations to become an exceptional game in its own right!

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85% - Yakuza 0
Aug 27, 2019

One of the best video game prequels ever made and one of the best entries in the Yakuza series, along with some of the best gameplay.

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For Zelda fans who have been desperate for a fix since they finished their seventh run of Breath of the Wild, Cadence of Hyrule is like having a refreshing drink at the bar after hours of dancing.

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Jun 5, 2019

Yakuza Kiwami 2 is a fantastic sequel, improving on almost every aspect of Kiwami 1.

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SteamWorld Dig 2 took everything great about the original and improved upon it. Let's hope the same happens with SteamWorld Quest, should it get a sequel.

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Mar 31, 2019

Yakuza Kiwami is a fantastic remake that effortlessly immerses you in the world of Kamurocho, Tokyo.

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