David Jenkins


203 games reviewed
69.8 average score
70 median score
45.8% of games recommended
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9 / 10 - John Wick Hex
Oct 8, 2019

One of the best movie adaptations of all time and an impressively original strategy game that manages to rival even the best action titles in terms of tension and adrenaline rush.

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6 / 10 - Sundered
Aug 1, 2017

Another promising game is ruined by the lure of procedural-generation, which is a particular shame given Sundered's gorgeous animation and interesting gameplay ideas.

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9 / 10 - Dishonored 2
Nov 15, 2016

Every bit as intelligent and daring as its predecessor, and if you’re prepared to be equally creative while playing it then Dishonored 2 offers almost endless rewards.

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7 / 10 - Virginia
Sep 22, 2016

Some may dismiss it as just another pretentious walking sim, but this innovative Lynchian drama is one of the best story-based games of the year.

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Aug 31, 2016

A co-op Metroid seemed like a bad idea from the start, but while Federation Force has its moments they’re overshadowed by sloppy implementation and bland design.

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6 / 10 - No Man's Sky
Aug 12, 2016

A stunning technical achievement and a mesmerisingly addictive one, even after you realise how simplistic and repetitive it really is.

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A disappointing start to what should be a potential rich concept, with an overfamiliar storyline and bland presentation.

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Jun 10, 2016

The best of the Fire Emblem Fates trilogy and one of the best portable strategy games ever made, with a perfect blend of the best elements of the first two chapters.

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Jun 8, 2016

Full of imagination and great ideas, but Kirby seems destined to repeat the same mistakes forever – with zero challenge and aimless, unfocused game design.

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Jun 6, 2016

A better game than the original, but it still suffers from many of the same problems – with desperately uninteresting storytelling and combat.

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