Jack Yarwood


21 games reviewed
70.8 average score
78 median score
42.9% of games recommended
Scores 0.0 lower than average

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Jack Yarwood
5 / 10 - We Happy Few
Aug 9, 2018

There's a brilliant game that mixes peril with colourful exploration inside We Happy Few, but it's buried under flawed systems and bugs

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Telegraph
Jack Yarwood
Mar 27, 2018

Rare have been clear about their goal of wanting players to create their own stories within Sea of Thieves, and it is safe to say they've succeeded. Let's hope they can keep the ship on course.

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PC Gamer
Jack Yarwood
79 / 100 - Octahedron
Mar 20, 2018

Octahedron gets more mileage than you'd think out of the ability to summon platforms beneath your feet.

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PC Gamer
Jack Yarwood
Nov 4, 2017

A beautiful game with great flying, only held back by confusing interiors and a short duration.

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Push Square
Jack Yarwood
Oct 9, 2015

All in all, it's refreshing to see a title that focuses on trade and economics instead of battles and warfare. Grand Ages: Medieval shows assigning assets and constructing businesses can make for a compelling gameplay mechanic. With so few games in this genre available on the PS4, it fills the void adequately, providing an engaging experience that'll likely take up much of your time if you can get past the problems.

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The Digital Fix
Jack Yarwood
Oct 9, 2015

PES 2016 is a fantastic sports game that every avid football enthusiast should own.

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The Digital Fix
Jack Yarwood
8 / 10.0 - Madden NFL 16
Sep 18, 2015

If you have a passion for American football, there really is no better replication of the sport this well designed and executed.

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The Skinny
Jack Yarwood
Sep 15, 2015

It's also unfortunate that there isn't a stronger story arc or antagonist to further improve the experience. Regardless, Xeodrifter is a clever title that'll feel right at home on a PlayStation Vita with its short bursts of gameplay and inspired mechanics, providing a formidable challenge to boot.

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Push Square
Jack Yarwood
7 / 10 - Leo's Fortune
Sep 13, 2015

If you can get past its sometimes underwhelming level design, Leo's Fortune has plenty in its favour. Its captivating storyline, beautiful art design, and satisfying controls will keep you glued to your screen – just don't expect to be there for long.

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The Digital Fix
Jack Yarwood
Sep 9, 2015

Risen 3: Titan Lords Enhanced Edition is a game that feels like a massive missed opportunity.

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Push Square
Jack Yarwood
8 / 10 - Armello
Sep 7, 2015

Despite being a bit abstruse at times, Armello is excellent at maintaining your interest and offers plenty of guidance to improve your playing technique. Overall, this is a remarkable digital board game that combines an engaging lore with likeable scenarios and fascinating mechanics.

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Push Square
Jack Yarwood

Broken Sword 5: The Serpent's Curse is an entertaining title with a few disappointing aspects, including linear puzzles and awkward animations, which makes for a lukewarm revival. If you're a fan of the adventure genre, you'll probably be able to overlook most, if not all, of the shortcomings listed above with very little difficulty. Newcomers, on the other hand, may wish to spend their money elsewhere.

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Jack Yarwood
8 / 10 - Nova-111
Aug 25, 2015

Nova-111 is an enjoyable turn-based adventure game that manages to impress with its refreshing controls and charming art style. Though it does have some flaws, such as a lacklustre auto-save feature and a cumbersome amount of abilities, you'll be hard pressed to find a weirder and more brilliant tribute to the men and women who changed the world through science.

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The Digital Fix
Jack Yarwood
Aug 13, 2015

A must-own title for PlayStation fans.

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The Digital Fix
Jack Yarwood
9 / 10.0 - Journey
Aug 3, 2015

The game is a spellbinding experience that really is a credit to its medium.

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The Skinny
Jack Yarwood
Jul 29, 2015

Hatoful Boyfriend is a colourful title that utilizes a blend of photography and anime caricatures to tell its story. Animations are few and far between, with its style being more reminiscent of an elaborately crafted picture book than a conventional videogame title. This may disappoint some who will prefer a more thrilling experience, but it does well to set the game apart.

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The Digital Fix
Jack Yarwood
Jul 20, 2015

All in all, Monster Truck Destruction is an unsatisfactory experience at present that is best avoided.

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The Skinny
Jack Yarwood
Jun 30, 2015

Yoshi's Woolly World is a game that's very easy to love. Sure, it can come across as overly simplistic at times, but it more than makes up for this with its incredible visuals and relaxing score.

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The Skinny
Jack Yarwood
Jun 29, 2015

Whether you are looking for a family friendly way to introduce a child to the franchise or simply fancy yourself a survival expert, Lego Jurassic World has plenty of fun to be enjoyed by all ages.

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The Skinny
Jack Yarwood
Mar 26, 2015

Whilst it has made some key improvements, Mario Party 10 still doesn't feel like that much of a significant step up from its predecessors, notably because of its inconsistent GamePad support. Nevertheless, it's still a fantastic title, which will no doubt provide a pleasant alternative to the stuffy board games that it draws inspiration from. If you're in the mood for an enjoyable party game then Mario Party 10 is definitely worth a roll of the dice.

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