Jason Palazini


10 games reviewed
75.5 average score
78 median score
40.0% of games recommended
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Sep 16, 2021

As strong as the source material is, Alien games just statistically don’t manage to deliver. It wasn’t until the second chapter when I was fighting off androids that I started to have a little bit of fun. But to be frank, that was the most disappointing part of all. I was looking forward to enjoying an Aliens game, but the only time I really enjoyed myself was when the game looked the least like Aliens.

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9 / 10.0 - Deathloop
Sep 13, 2021

Arkane wants players to discover Deathloop as Colt does. The final product is an incredible experience that feels like a matured Borderlands with a massive helping of class and supernatural powers. I’m yet undecided as to whether or not this has dethroned Dishonored, but I will be coming back to Deathloop for many cycles to come.

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Feb 19, 2021

Regardless of whether or not I return to play Little Nightmares II again, it was one hell of a ride that I won’t soon forget. It had my attention from start to finish and was perfect through and through. The atmosphere, story surprises, and tense moments kept me up playing way too late on a work night and I don’t regret a moment of it.

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The music is fun, the story and animation are quirky, and there’s plenty to reminisce with friends over while you’re playing couch co-op. But its nostalgia has tainted our recollection of what Scott Pilgrim vs the World: The Game was and it’s not what we need anymore. If I’ve learned anything from this experience it’s that hipsters, nostalgia, and emo kids are the real villains.

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8 / 10.0 - Cyberpunk 2077
Dec 18, 2020

Cyberpunk 2077 is a good game. It’s not the end-all-be-all game that we were promised half a decade ago, but it is still an objectively good game. Despite even my own impatience for its release, I would have rather waited another few months than have seen it get released in its current state. But here we are.

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7.5 / 10.0 - Spirit Island
Nov 29, 2020

The original version from Greater Than Games exceeds the digital one an all levels. Sure, the physical product is more expensive and definitely doesn’t travel as well as my Steam library, but there’s a magic in the original game that just doesn’t translate to a screen, and I don’t see myself re-installing it any time soon.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Root
Nov 11, 2020

Overall, Root is a strong adaptation of a great board game. While I’ll always prefer to play the board game version, the digital edition is a good alternative if I’m on the road or want to play against others while social distancing.

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3.5 / 10.0 - Slide Stars
Nov 10, 2020

I turned 30 this year so maybe I’m just out of touch with what the youngins want. I don’t know. What I do know is that selling an ad for social media influencers under the guise of feel good, earth friendly, “seize the day” quotes and cheesy bios to young consumers in a half-baked game for $40 is an outright unethical move that undermines every ounce of Slide Stars attempted positivity.

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8.5 / 10.0 - Mortal Shell
Aug 17, 2020

For any fans of the Soulslike genre looking for a new addition to their collection, Mortal Shell is worth the time. While there is room for Cold Symmetry to expand upon their ideas here and make improvements, they have absolutely proved their value as creative minds and talented developers.

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May 12, 2020

To be clear, I quite enjoyed Convoy but I enjoyed the PC version far more. I purchased Convoy on Steam after playing the review copy from the publisher and had a much better experience. Convoy still presents a challenge in its PC form, but it’s the challenge that Convoy Games intended players to experience.

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