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
Yono and the Celestial Elephants (Switch) Review: Pretty Pachyderm Packs Palty 5

Yono and the Celestial Elephants (Switch) Review: Pretty Pachyderm Packs Palty

In the world of Yono and the Celestial Elephants, people believe that elephants are sent to prevent chaos and are a sign of good things to come. Basically, elephants are viewed...
Golf Story (Switch) Review - A Must Play RPG About the World's Most Boring Sport 3

Golf Story (Switch) Review – A Must Play RPG About the World’s Most Boring...

I grew up playing a slew of Nintendo Entertainment System golf games that I acquired over the years thanks to my grandmother's obsession with flea markets, garage sales, and spoiling her...
Hob (PC) Review - Beautiful, Boring, Zelda-like 6

Hob (PC) Review – Beautiful, Boring, Zelda-like

Runic Games has created something completely different in Hob than its previous games, the well-received Diablo-like Torchlight series. Hob is a Zelda-like adventure set in a beautiful shape-shifting overworld filled with...
A Robot Named Fight! (PC) Review - Super Permadeath, Super Roguelike, Super Metroidvania 4

A Robot Named Fight! (PC) Review – Super Permadeath, Super Roguelike, Super Metroidvania

A Robot Named Fight! somehow does the unimaginable and successfully combines the Metroidvania and Roguelike genres with procedurally generated maps. Fans of Super Metroid will feel right at home with A Robot...
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite (Xbox One) Review - It Wants to Take You for a Ride

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite (Xbox One) Review – It Wants to Take You for...

I grew up playing Capcom's seemingly forgotten Marvel-themed fighting games from X-men: Children of the Atom to Marvel Super Heroes and the vs. Street Fighter follow-up. I loved them all, mostly...
Songbringer (PC) Review - Many Songs That Sound Very Similar 2

Songbringer (PC) Review – Many Songs That Sound Very Similar

If you've got a hankering for a top-down Zelda-like title, then you may want to check out Songbringer, a randomly generated offering with a hip art style and cohesive story. In Songbringer...
Knack 2 (PS4) Review - God of Bore 5

Knack 2 (PS4) Review – God of Bore

The most anticipated sequel of the year is finally out this week, and so is Knack 2, a game that was seemingly willed into existence by people making sarcastic memes about...
LawBreakers (PS4) Review - Anti-Gravity, Anti-Explanation, Anti-Rewarding, Anti-Personality 10

LawBreakers (PS4) Review – Anti-Gravity, Anti-Explanation, Anti-Rewarding, Anti-Personality

LawBreakers is a new class-based competitive FPS from acclaimed game designer Cliff Bleszinski of Jazz Jackrabbit, Unreal, and Gears of War fame (ya know, some good games) and the game retails...
Nidhogg 2 (PC) Review: New Coat of Paint, Same Fun Game 9

Nidhogg 2 (PC) Review: New Coat of Paint, Same Fun Game

It has been three years since the original Nidhogg released to some fanfare, and now its sequel, Nidhogg 2, is finally here—but what exactly is different? Well, not much. Nidhogg 2 is nearly identical...
Slime Rancher (PC) Review - Heckin' Cute! 1

Slime Rancher (PC) Review – Heckin’ Cute!

Being colourful and/or cute is so in this year. I mean, so far we have had Yonder, Splatoon 2, and now Slime Rancher, which very well may be the heckin' cutest...
Tacoma (Xbox One) Review - Diversity in Space 1

Tacoma (Xbox One) Review – Diversity in Space

The creators of Gone Home are back with a narrative driven, futuristic space story, which retells the events around the fate of a crew of astronauts aboard the Tacoma space station....
Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles (PS4) Review - No combat, no problem 6

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles (PS4) Review – No combat, no problem

2017 hasn’t been the brightest of years so far, but thankfully Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles is helping to change that by being one of the most colourful games I've ever...