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  • JesterOfBass posted a message on the post Gears 5 Review - A Beneficial Mutation.

    @mickpunx: Guilty. I admit it. I said it. Though in this case a 7 seems unjust. I'm not usually "that guy" saying gamespot hates on Microsoft, but at a certain point it feels like more than coincidenc...

  • JesterOfBass posted a message on the post Gears 5 Review - A Beneficial Mutation.

    @santinegrete: yup I remember those days.But yeah. I've since beaten the campaign and absolutely loved it. So screw this review. Make your own judgments.

  • JesterOfBass posted a message on the post Daemon X Machina Review - Tinker Toys.

    I feel like the enthusiastic tone of this review doesn't merit a score of 7, in progress or not. Sounds like the reviewer liked the game more than a 7.....

  • JesterOfBass posted a message on the post Blair Witch (Game) Review - Prying Eyes.

    I tried for 5 minutes before I turned it off, nauseous.The framerate is horrible, even on the XB1 X. And my attempts to play it on PC were over after the 5th crash before the game even started.I think...

  • JesterOfBass posted a message on the post Gears 5 Review - A Beneficial Mutation.

    Everywhere Else : "Gears 5 is the best XBox game of the entire generation" Gamespot : ".....7." lmfao. Dare to be different, guys. As usual. I realize reviews are a personal thing, and you should mak...

  • JesterOfBass posted a message on the post [Final Hours] Best Prime Day VR Gaming Deals (US).

    Why the hell is Oculus Quest $649 "on sale"?Isn't it supposed to be $399 new?

  • JesterOfBass posted a message on the post New Job Posting Suggests Alien: Isolation Dev's Next Game Is A Hero-Based Shooter.

    Oh good just what we need. ANOTHER $!@#&% hero shooter.

  • JesterOfBass posted a message on the post Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night Nintendo Switch Review - Less Lively.

    @hosedandhappy: Totally understandable with games like Doom, Wolfenstein, and eventually the Witcher 3. The fact that those run on the Switch at all is a small miracle and the trade-offs in visual fid...