Jorge S Fernandez


116 games reviewed
66.3 average score
70 median score
34.5% of games recommended
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Sep 6, 2014

In the end, it's worth a curious glance while keeping its technical failings in mind, or a decent distraction for younger children to play with.

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7 / 10 - Fenix Rage
Oct 13, 2014

Despite being a shorter and less varied experience than Super Meat Boy, this game perfectly fills the void felt by anyone looking for a new platformer where they will snap their controllers in frustration.

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Nov 19, 2014

As of this writing, Ubisoft has created a live blog that promises to address all of the technical issues that is plaguing their high profile game. Considering their misplaced priorities, however, they hardly deserve a pass for releasing Assassin's Creed Unity in the miserable shape that it's in, which damages both this decent entry in the series as well as the very AC brand itself.

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Despite the lack of tightening up the original game's flaws, the PS4 version of Akiba's Trip is without question the definitive version, thanks to a smoother graphical performance and a few other extras to round out the already robust package.

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55 / 100 - Project Spark
Dec 11, 2014

Project Spark is appreciated for its ambition, and even more appreciated for its price, but there are better tools out there for aspiring game makers and far better playing games that this one claims to replicate.

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6 / 10 - Chariot
Dec 18, 2014

Overall, Chariot is a game that is deliberately slow-paced and also demands patience. The game's charming aesthetic is appreciable to everyone, but the gameplay may be too slow a burn for people used to faster physics-based games. For those with enough patience, however, there is plenty of content and cute visuals to reward diligent players.

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Jan 12, 2015

A wholly appreciated experiment that does not quite balance both genres, but definitely worth a look with players who are 70 percent pinball fans, 30% RPG.

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6 / 10 - The Escapists
Feb 16, 2015

The Escapists is an interesting premise for a simulation-style game that offers numerous ways to tackle situations and lots of routines to keep track of. However, the cumbersome interface may impact the enjoyment of anyone playing with an Xbox controller, and with the promise of further updates and additions on the PC side, interested players may want to consider grabbing the game off of Steam instead, if possible.

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The first episode already comes and goes by taking an ax to the Forrester family, so it will be interesting to see how many of these characters will manage to avoid the chopping block from here on out.

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In the end, episode 2 is a more dialogue-heavy entry compared to the first, but it's also a much stronger episode for it. The world of Game of Thrones is an utterly harsh one where few of its inhabitants live comfortably, and this episode emphasized the uncountable struggles that plague these principal characters. Hopefully the following episodes will continue the strong narrative here will continuing to raise the stakes.

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