Jon Yelenic


12 games reviewed
70.0 average score
80 median score
83.3% of games recommended
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Sackboy: A Big Adventure takes the franchise in a new direction while still maintaining the infectious charm of its predecessors

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is a game that wears many hats, but doesn’t fit any of them quite right

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Demon’s Souls is a testament to how maybe old dogs don’t necessarily need to learn new tricks to win best-in-show, but rather how a little grooming can go a long way

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Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time is a hardcore game built for a hardcore audience. If you’re in that camp, this might be the game for you

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The THPS series may be one that’s getting older all the time, but if this latest outing by Vicarious Visions is any indicator, then just like the Birdman himself, age hasn’t slowed it down one bit.

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...failure is part of the fun, and Fall Guys makes failing so much fun, that I’ve never been happier to be a fervent failure in an online video game.

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Jul 22, 2020

Carrion is an excellent spin on the horror genre that switches the power-dynamics of a traditional horror game while still retaining a lot of the tension.

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Apr 7, 2020

Resident Evil 3 is a game that starts off with one hell of a first impression; a bigger, badder villain, a great opening level, and an intriguing story all work together to set a high standard for the rest of the game, but try as it might, the rest of the game fails to ever reach that standard, resulting in a final product that feels like an empty, undercooked Jill Sandwich for which you paid sixty dollars.

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Mar 17, 2020

I came for its gameplay, stayed for the story, and fell in love with the world of the Weird West, and can only hope there is an opportunity to revisit it at some point in the future.

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Jan 31, 2020

Reknum is a game that not only prides itself on its difficulty, but also invites you to take part in that pride when you conquer it. It combat may be antiquated and it might be lacking in terms of content, but its clever level design and ‘one perfect run’ mindset keep it afloat, making for a thrilling, albeit flawed experience.

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