Jordan Palmer


7 games reviewed
77.5 average score
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Mar 9, 2020

While a visually beautiful game that checks all of the grungy, neon-bathed cyberpunk boxes, Conglomerate 451 fails to leave a lasting impression after the first couple of hours. The premise is interesting, the gameplay is fairly average, but something is missing.

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Feb 6, 2020

While it lacks the visual flair and storytelling of genre hits like Hollow Knight, Kunai is undoubtedly among my list of top games for 2020. It's polished, it's funny, and best of all, it's a great time for hours on end.

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Iceborne already proved itself to be a spectacular expansion, but the PC release is even better with improved keyboard/mouse controls, up to 4K 60fps, and much more.

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Though a fun concept and quite enjoyable in the opening hours, MechWarrior 5 suffers from really repetitive gameplay, sharp difficulty spikes without warning, and bad writing.

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Unscored - Anthem
Feb 20, 2019

BioWare’s new loot shooter is fun at times, but ultimately underwhelms with its tedium and lack of depth

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If you’re on PC, Xbox, or PS4, then I think the Dark Souls experience is better on those platforms. Sure, the novelty of playing this game on the go or what not is great, but it quickly wore off for me — I’d rather have a more consistent gameplay/mechanical experience.

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Sep 13, 2018

Making Destiny 2 what it should have been at launch

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