Jed Whitaker

Jed Whitaker
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I'm Jed Whitaker, I've played games since I was three years old and have never stopped. I miss the Dreamcast, Bubble Bobble and Adventure Island. There is something about dinosaurs that excite me.
Latest Articles From Jed Whitaker
Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality Review - A Must Play for Fans 9

Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality Review – A Must Play for Fans

First and foremost let me say that Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality is strictly a game for fans of the show—others will be very confused and perhaps a bit annoyed with...
STRAFE Review - Not What it Wants to Be

STRAFE Review – Not What it Wants to Be

STRAFE is billed as a 'first-person shooter from 1996' and has been universally praised in previews. Which is shocking, because if I'd have played this game back then, at the ripe...
Late Shift Review 1

Late Shift Review – A New FMV in Town

Full movie video games (or interactive movies in layman's terms) used to be all the rage when CDs first came to console. The Sega CD has a few memorable, campy, and...
Little Nightmares Review – Equal Parts Scary and Cute 4

Little Nightmares Review – Equal Parts Scary and Cute

Horror has come back in a big way with games like Outlast and Resident Evil 7 breathing new life into the genre. Neither of those, however, is quite as special as...
Mr. Shifty Review - Hotline Miami With an Invisible Dodge Roll, Only Worse

Mr. Shifty Review – Hotline Miami With an Invisible Dodge Roll, Only Worse

Every review of Mr. Shifty is going to compare it to Hotline Miami, and this one is no different, as Mr. Shifty takes everything that game did and does it worse....
Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap Review - something old, something new

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap Review – Something Old, Something New

Another day, another remaster. Only this time, it isn't a game that released in the last five years – instead, it’s one going on almost three decades. Originally released as Wonder...
88 Heroes Review - Comedy Gone Wrong

88 Heroes Review – Comedy Gone Wrong

Back in my day, references to pop culture were typically considered an Easter Egg. Nowadays entire games are themed around these references in an attempt to be funny. Are simple references...
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Snake Pass Review – A Colourful Snake Em’ Up

Calling Snake Pass a platformer seems to be a bit of a stretch, but if I had a gun to my head and was forced to say the genre it was...
Blaster Master Zero Review - A Deserving Classic Reboot

Blaster Master Zero Review – A Deserving Classic Reboot

Blaster Master is a bit of a cult classic series that has never gotten the respect it deserves. Hopefully launching so close to the release of the Nintendo Switch changes that,...
Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight Review 4

Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight Review

Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight is the fourth title in a series of Metroidvania games most people probably aren't familiar with, myself included. The series started with two free indie games...
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Snipperclips Review – The Other Switch Must Have

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild  isn't the only must buy title on the Nintendo Switch, as the $20 multiplayer puzzler Snipperclips - Cut it Out, Together! deserves a place...
Sublevel Zero Redux - Nostolgic Roguelike 2

Sublevel Zero Redux – Nostalgic Roguelike

Roguelikes with randomly generated levels are easy to find these days, but games like 90’s classics Descent and Forsaken aren't. That is where Sublevel Zero Redux comes in, combining the gameplay...