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Jeremy Johnson

A stubborn man on a valiant quest to prove he has impeccable tastes. Will defend his favorite games to the death, sword in one hand controller in the other.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker’s Memory Review (PS4)

An ironically forgettable entry in the Digimon franchise. I’ll start this review with an admission: I never actually played the original Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth. My roommate played so much of it last year that I felt like I’d played it myself. The story was simple enough to follow…

Nioh: Complete Edition Review (PC)

Only the darkest souls feed perilous yokai in Nioh, the Sengoku-era Soulslike   Nioh was one of the first games left to the wayside as this year’s early months of instant gaming classics crashed like waves month after month. While Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Horizon: Zero Dawn, and…

Brawlhalla Review (PS4)

Only the greatest tavern brawlers may enter the halls of Brawlhalla.   More than two years ago I attended MomoCon 2015, an anime and gaming convention hosted in Atlanta, Georgia. My primary motivation for attending was to window shop for anime figurines—Rise from Persona 4 stands tall on my…

Hidden Dragon Legend Review (PS4)

Despite the name, there’s no Crouching Tiger to be found here.   After a nearly fifteen-year ban on console sales, Chinese developers have finally started to test the waters. The floodgates opened only two years ago after Chinese officials decided to end the ban on sales of console games.…

Divinity: Original Sin 2 Review (PC)

Still think it should’ve been named Divinity: Second Sin.   Few games capture the flavor of classic tabletop roleplaying games quite like Divinity: Original Sin 2. The series has created its own Dungeons & Dragons by allowing players to explore an expansive world with tons and tons of dialogue…

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony Review (PS4)

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony is the Ultimate Murder Mystery Game.   Danganronpa writer Kazutaka Kodaka, unbound by the shackles of common decency or common sense, has turned the dial up to eleven in Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony. It is stuffed like a maniacal robot bear with gruesome murders, puzzling…

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