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ProJared is a gaming review channel hosted, created and run by former ScrewAttack member and former Normal Boots member Jared Knabenbauer. On his channel "ProJared" (previously DMJared, still used as the user link), Jared does 3 main shows:

  • ProJared, the main show, is a show in which Jared reviews a game and plays it, gives a plot summary of the game he's playing, goes through it from beginning to end, and gives it a humorous take at it. These reviews are more for fun, usually featuring bad games and having humorous (yet somehow fitting) scores such as "a bucket of tears out of ten."
  • One Minute Reviews, his second show, is where Jared is only given a minute to review a game, normally a modern game, and usually in a more serious light than ProJared reviews. However, he stopped doing One Minute Reviews around 2015.
  • Full reviews, in which he usually spends five to ten minutes more thoroughly reviewing games. These reviews rarely ever done, but are much more professional than the others, going in depth into the good and bad traits of a game.
  • D&December, where every December, Jared expounds on the Tabletop RPG Dungeons & Dragons, sharing his thoughts and experiences with the venerable passtime.
  • Now in the 90s, where every Friday he does a rundown of all the games released that week, 30 years ago. Eventually spun off into its own channel

Besides those main shows, he does several other kind of videos, such as short skits, guides, and Self-Imposed Challenge Let's Plays.

Jared's YouTube channel can be found here. More recent Let's Plays (including newer Nuzlocke runs) are in his other YouTube channel, which can be found here. Now in the 90s can be found here.

Jared was also previously playing the plucky human rogue Diath Woodrow in the Live-Play D&D campaign Dice, Camera, Action!

Games ProJared has done videos on

    Projared Pro Reviews 

    One Minute Reviews 

    Full Reviews 

    Worth A Damn 

    Lets Plays 

    Top Ten JRPGs NOT from Creator/Square Enix 


Tropes in his main content:

  • Actually Pretty Funny: Even though Jared spends most of his Two Worlds II review trashing the game, he admits at the end that he thought it was a decent game that actually had a few funny moments when its delves into Self-Parody.
  • Aerith and Bob: In his playthrough of Final Fantasy, he names his party members Peeb, Jerd, Joof and Ian. note 
  • Alas, Poor Scrappy: invoked
    • In Fire Red, this is his reaction to Jeflump the Golbat dying.
      Jared: He wasn't my favorite, but I didn't want him to die.
    • Completely averted with Burden the Snorlax, whom he sends off with a cheerful "Bye!"
  • Analogy Backfire: He rates Sonic Adventure 2 a "bowl of lucky charms out of ten", saying that, like Lucky Charms, the things everyone loves and remembers about it make up less than half of the product. He then picks a huge handful of marshmallows out of a bag of Lucky Charms and eats them all at once, then immediately realizes that, in the case of Lucky Charms, the marshmallows are diluted with cheerio knock-offs for a very good reason.
  • April Fools' Day:
    • On April Fool's Day, 2015, Jared released a video named "Top Ten Boobs in Gaming". The video starts out by explaining that boobs are everywhere in gaming, and they're stupid, so Jared decides to count down the top ten dicks in gaming instead.
    • It got a sequel in 2016. He released a video building up the topic of Story VS Gameplay. He poses the question of which is more important to a video game's structure. He asks "What good is a compelling story if you don't have DYICKS!!! And then he released an unlisted companion video parodying I Hate Everything and his Take That! against clickbait/reaction videos.
    • For 2017, he played Madden NFL, treating it and football as a whole as a mystical RPG.
    • For 2020, he reviews the Final Fantasy VII Remake...except for it's the infamous NES demake of Final Fantasy VII. He also reviews the game with borderline Manchild expectations for the game (such as Cloud fighting Link, Tifa wearing a bikini, Barrett wearing a bikini, and also being more than ok with DLC).
  • Bad Boss:
    • In "Animal Crossing New Leaf - Problem Solver" Jared plays a mayor who is too busy setting up pitfalls, fishing and hunting for butterflies to properly manage his town. He ultimately solves his problems by sending citizens gifts and letters.
    • In Game Dev Tycoon, Jared worked his employees to the bone and abused them for his own failings in management whenever a game bombed. He particularly scapegoated Nolan Parks (who would eventually become his AI specialist), and his final act as CEO of ProCity Games was firing Nolan.
  • Bait-and-Switch: In Mortal Kombat Kartoons, the footage shows Stryker when Jared talks about the most irritating character in Defenders of the Realm. And then he reveals he's talking about Sonya.
  • Blatant Lies: In his review of Ride to Hell: Retribution, any time he compliments the game, it is accompanied with video footage showing how much what he's saying is not the case. For example, a sequence where he has to brawl with several minor thugs in a boxing ring to get the right to fight the boss of the level has him describing the rich strategies he needs to employ, and how carefully made the enemy AI is, while the video underneath shows him spamming the kick attack, because the animation of enemies recovering from the kick takes longer than it takes to kick.
  • Broke the Rating Scale:
    • His non-serious reviews always hand out a "Object relevant to the game/overall experience" out of 10. Oscar managed to break that system by earning a "f*** you" out of 10.
    • invokedShows up occasionally in his One Minute Reviews. For example, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate gets a 12 out of 10, and Sim City a "*Beep* it! I'm going to bed."
  • Broken Pedestal: Humorously compares Atlus's publishing of Virtual Hydlide to a perfect example of this, describing it as having admired a great woman since childhood only to find out that she had once kicked a dog's head so hard that it spun around like a rotor blade.
  • Call-Back:
    • Several segments from Hydlide are repeated almost verbatim in Virtual Hydlide to make fun of the fact the latter game is a remake of the former. Perhaps the most notable is Jared searching for a fairy in a cluster of trees, picking the wrong one, getting killed by a swarm of bees, then offering a eulogy for his fallen Knight.
      Jared: Jim/Portly Guy the Knight, killed by bees.
    • The line "Fuck you nature." (also from Hydlide) gets a more enthusiastic Call-Back when Jared starts chopping down trees in Final Fantasy Mystic Quest.
    • His pronunciation of dicks from the aforementioned April Fools' Day video comes back for his Donkey Kong Country review with Dixie Kong's nickname (Dix), and his Ride to Hell: Retribution review with the boss fight against King Dick.
    • When Jared names Konami (as in the whole company) in his Worst Games of 2015 list he references doing the same thing in 2012, as in both years "all they did was screw up." Then in his Worst Games of 2021 list, Activision Blizzard takes Konami's place in the list.
  • Caustic Critic: Not normally, but deliberately invoked (Large Ham melodrama included) when he does his Worst Games of the Year list, where he claims everything is garbage...invariably after a Best Games list, where he claims everything is awesome.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: In his Nuzlocke of Pokémon FireRed, Jared asks chat "how fucked would [he] be" if he entered a Gym with only four Pokemon. The crowd responds with "very fucked, super fucked, utterly and completely fucked, so fucking fucked, gee fucking gee" and so on.
  • Critic Breakdown:
  • Crossover: With PeanutButterGamer for Pocky & Rocky.
  • Dawson Casting: invokedMakes fun of it in his Until Dawn lets play when first meeting Chris.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Jared manages to cross this extremely early on in his playthrough of The Legend of Zelda: Randomized. After spending an inordinate amount of time desperately fighting a rather difficult boss without the use of any genuinely helpful items and only a single extra heart container to his name, all in the hope of getting something worthwhile for his troubles, Jared finally overcomes his adversary and is rewarded with... the dungeon's map. He isn't exactly happy to say the least.
    Jared: ...just end the episode.
  • Deadpan Snarker: His style of humor, especially during of review.
  • Everyone Has Standards: In his Let's Plays, he generally makes it no secret he's not big on kids or babies, but in his Let's Play of Resident Evil Village, he looks legitimately horrified upon learning that the flask he got from Castle Dimitrescu contained Rose's head.
  • Explain, Explain... Oh, Crap!: His response to getting the neutral ending in Kid Klown In Crazy Chase, despite an almost perfect playthrough:
    "I did everything right! I got all the symbols, I got the keys, I only had to continue once, I put the right key in the right lock and... I continued. Oh my god, you can't even use a single continue!"
  • Flat "What":
  • Four-Point Scale:
    • Averted. Jared isn't afraid to give scores below a five out of ten to games he finds mediocre or bad. On the other hand, he also considers sevens and eights out of tens to be good scores and gives them to games he likes.
    • Unlike some examples, though, he's not afraid about using the very top end of the scale, having given out several nines and two tens despite being a fairly new reviewer.
    • He also makes the concession that his point-score of a game's quality doesn't necessarily map directly to entertainment value. Best demonstrated when he gave Project × Zone a 4/10 in a One Minute Review, but later uses it to pass time in his Haven And Hearth video.
  • Gushing About Shows You Like:
    • His One Minute Review of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate can be summed up as Jared trying to gush as much as he can in one minute or less, giving it a score of 12/10. His extended review released shortly after still has some gushing, but he was not afraid to acknowledge the game's flaws, giving it a "great but not perfect" score of 8/10.
    • His video on Yakuza 0 is also full of this, mainly due to just how much he thoroughly enjoyed and was emotionally invested in every part of the game, and credits it for renewing his passion for playing video games.
  • Heroic BSoD: Playing Oscar was such an awful experience that he spends the entire review lying on the floor and questioning his life when not despairing about the game.
  • Hypocritical Humor: While talking about PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds in his list of the worst games of 2017, Jared goes on a rant about how terrible the game is and wonders who in their right mind would play it... while the video displays a slowly zooming shot of his own Steam profile, which shows that he himself has 109 hours logged on PUBG. Then a cursor moves across the screen and clicks 'play'.
  • I Know Mortal Kombat: "First Person Soldiers" mocks this.
  • Idiosyncratic Ratings Scale: Jared rates every game [BLANK] out of ten, where the blank can be filled with pretty much everything except a number from 1 to 10. These scores are always symbolic for something which he elaborates on in his final thoughts.
  • Island Help Message: He hoes the letters "S O S" into the sand at the beach at one point in his Stardew Valley video.
  • It's Personal: Jared started the channel by posting a negative review of Two Worlds because he felt the game was massively over-hyped and horribly under-delivered, but somehow escaped any notoriety.
  • Jump Scare: PeanutButterGamer of all people pulls one on Jared in Pocky & Rocky.
  • Kick the Dog: Discussed when Jared finds out that Atlus, one of his favorite videogame publishers, was involved in Virtual Hydlide. He compares the feeling of betrayal to being told that beautiful girl you always had a crush on once kicked a dog so hard his head spun like a rotor blade.
  • Limited Wardrobe: Typically wears blue, short-sleeved button-up shirts.
  • Mad Libs Catchphrase:
  • Motor Mouth: He does use it in a few other videos, usually to sum up something quickly, such as a chain of busywork quests in Two Worlds II.
  • Nightmare Retardant: invokedHe created a guide to turn the game Slender into this. His playthroughs of horror games end up being this in general due to his impressive resistance to scares, leading to very mellow reactions that tend to take the stress out of most situations.
  • "Not Making This Up" Disclaimer:
    • In his Two Worlds II video he adds one of these after stating that the developers of Two Worlds sent letters to game retailers apologising for how bad the first game was.
    • The protagonist of Hydlide really is called "Jim the Knight".
    • When showing footage of a bad game with a low framerate and/or bugs, Jared will occasionally add a caption reading "I didn't edit this. This is actual footage from the game" or something similar.
  • Offhand Backhand: Discovers he can pull this off in Blackthorne, much to his delight. With a friggin' automatic shotgun.
  • Product Placement: His review of Zelda II: The Adventure of Link was sponsored by Blue Apron (who sponsor a lot of YouTube shows and podcasts), and Jared went to the effort filming a full mid-episode commercial where he cooks a full meal with their products.
  • Railroading/Plot Armor: Specifically complains about these in his Beyond: Two Souls review, stating that it's hard to care about winning QTEs when the protagonist will get out of it alive anyway.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Jared is a Sailor Moon fan, and unashamed of the fact.
  • Refuge in Audacity: His April Fool's 2015 video, The Top 10 Best Boobs in Gaming, is really about the top 10 best dicks in gaming, and he shows all of the penises uncensored.
  • Running Gag:
    • Jared often begins longer reviews, particularly of games he doesn't like much, with a bit of ridiculous footage from the game and a shot of him snarkily saying, "I'm playing <name of game>."
      • He is unable to do this in Virtual Hydlide because of its stupidness and awkwardness, and instead lets out a pained groan.
    • Whenever an RPG has a "collect four treasures of the elements" plot ProJared says, as deadpan as possible, "Gee, an epic RPG where I have to collect four treasures of the elements? I've never heard that one before." And then he holds up a copy of Final Fantasy for the NES.
      • When he reviews Final Fantasy Mystic Quest, he starts to do the same gag, and then halfway through holding up the cartridge goes "WHOA WAIT A SECOND!"
      • When he finally reviews Final Fantasy itself, he holds up the cartridge and admits "I don't know how to make this running gag work here."
      • And when he reviews Final Fantasy IV when mentioning the Dark Crystals of the elements, he begins saying the line, but says to hold on and describes the multiple other crystals in the game, adding up to 17. He then adds, "No running gag could have prepared me for this."
    • Whenever he's going through the jobs in a Final Fantasy game, he'll always mention that bards can get the f*** out of his party.
    • Jared has a recurring fascination/fear of bees, to the point he is often referenced by other YouTube personalities (such as PeanutButterGamer) whenever the topic of bees is brought up.
    • "Screw physics because video games!"
    • "These (elements of nature) are trying to kill me...Fuck you Nature".
    • In his video on Final Fantasy VI, almost every music track Jared talks about is described as "the best song of the game!"
    • During his review of The Bouncer, Jared always describes Sion as some kind of rip-off of Sora. ("We have Sora at home", "dollar store Sora", etc.)
    • His "Now in the 90s" have him commenting almost Once per Episode "reviews used to make no sense at the time" whenever a magazine review for a game he's covering contradicts itself.
  • Self-Deprecation:
    • In his review of Mortal Kombat Kartoons, he says that he was stupid when talking about when he was younger watching The Journey Begins, with a note briefly saying that he "still [is]".
    Jared: "Don't throw up into people's mouths to feed them? Oh noooooo... that's why I was never invited to parties (Also I'm a loser).
  • Self-Imposed Challenge: His "Ganondorf Challenge" for Super Smash Bros. Melee.
  • Shaped Like Itself: His final score for Virtual Hydlide is a Hydlide out of 10.
  • Shell-Shocked Veteran: While describing the ending sequence for Pocky And Rocky, PBG reads off part of the ending scroll that says that Pocky "had better dreams than usual that night". Cut a Death Montage with Jared and PBG screaming in horror played over it. The camera returns to Jared and PBG who both have a Thousand-Yard Stare.
  • Sound-Effect Bleep: Used every time he curses on his scripted videos. His non-scripted series usually leave them uncensored, and as of his SimAnt review he seems to have dropped it. It's back as of his Sonic Adventure 2 review.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial:
    • Jared bought the Kinect to review it. He wasn't one of the people who rushed to the store to buy one without knowing the software lineup...yep...
    • According to Jared's video on Magic: The Gathering, playing two of your own decks against each other is not pathetic or sad in any way.
  • Take That!:
    • In his One Minute Review of The Banner Saga, he says that the game is great, and then adds that one of the reasons you could buy it is because it'll "piss off everyone over at the Candy Crush Saga", referencing the fact that the games trademarked the words "Candy" and "Saga".
    • One of the custom messages he makes for Scorched Earth is "FFXIII sucks".
    • In his review of Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, he goes on a heartfelt speech about how much he loves the franchise, even if he doesn't like all of them. As he says that he doesn't like all of them, he pulls up Final Fantasy XIII, and throws it on the ground. The movie also gets a Final Fantasy XIII out of 10.
    • His Madden '17 April Fools Joke review is full of these, directed at a number of things.
      • The entire review is structured like he's reviewing a JRPG of all things with noting on the "frequency of cutscenes" and the "poorly explained mechanics" that would be indicative of something more akin to obscure JRPG's. He even describes things like the football as the "magic stone", and so on.
      • The review is also a Stealth Parody Take That! of American Football in general, with Jared larping on the over-complication of the sport and how many insipid rules there are in place despite the general premise being easy to understand.
      • The review contains a few potshots at fellow YouTuber and Normal Boots member JonTron. Specifically, the "best Packers commit more penalties than the worst Vikings, yeah, that's a fact, look it up" joke is meant to be a jab at Jon's "rich blacks commit more crimes than poor whites" claim- Jared even mirrored Jon's chuckle and spoke it in a manner almost identically to how Jon did.
  • Tempting Fate: In his Mighty No. 9 playthrough, he says he's going to try and be optimistic about the game and not get hung up on its bad points, in spite of the memory leak issues he's experiencing. Episode 2 features the memory leaks, which also start messing with his recording equipment, and is also the point when the games' most criticized points (cheap enemy placement, annoying character dialogue, and overuse of instant kill traps) become apparent, making it harder for him to be anything but aggravated at the game.
  • That Came Out Wrong: From Jared's review of Scorched Earth:
    Jared: Just as enjoyable as killing things with all of these sweet weapons, is watching people die! ...Don't take that out of context.
  • Totem Pole Trench: One of Jared's complaints about Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego is that the poor graphics make all the criminal characters look the same, and when he completes an arrest he can't tell if he got the actual criminal or two children disguised as a trenchcoat-wearing adult.
  • A Winner Is You: In his Hydlide review:
    Jared: Congratulations! My reward is these two frames of animation!
  • Wolverine Publicity: Jared complains about the use of this in Mega Man X7, noting that even though Mega Man X is front-and-centre on the box-art and the character the game is named for, he doesn't become playable until you've played at least 5 of the 8 stages... and by that point you've already spent most of the upgrades on Zero and Axl, so he Can't Catch Up.

Tropes in his "Pokemon Nuzlocke" series:

  • Bittersweet Ending: Fire Red ends in his victory, but 2/3 of his then-current party died bringing him his victory. That's not counting the rest of his Pokemon who were KIA.
  • Boss in Mook Clothing: Dark Cry spoilers follow. Lass Crissy, a trainer who in the original games couldn't be fought until the player could Surf. However, in this game, through careless placement or perhaps as a deliberate cruel joke, she can be fought as soon as the player reaches that route (i.e. hasn't even beaten Misty yet). Jared found this out the hard way when her Level 31 Paras — about a dozen levels higher than his entire team — effortlessly made mincemeat out of Ekrah, Tarp, and Bidumb even after lowering its Attack thrice. Jared's Kadabra, Ubagub, just managed to pull through and win a hard-earned victory... only for Crissy to pull out a second Paras. It's almost merciful that he didn't last longer or he would have gone up against her final Pokemon, a Level 31 PARASECT.
  • Despair Event Horizon: Jared crosses it in Pokemon Y when Rathalos dies.
  • Downer Ending:
    • Pokemon Y ends with a premature game over.
    • Dark Cry ends with Jared's team absolutely destroyed by Lass Crissy, a trainer who in the original game wasn't able to be fought until the player learnt Surf. Thanks to terrible programming, Jared faces her early, and it ends in absolute failure.
    • Alpha Sapphire ends with a Total Party Kill against Winona's Altaria, he was unaware that it had Earthquake which lead to the death of Zimzy, and Cotton Guard which made Cordy's Rock moves wholly ineffective, which eventually led to no one in his party capable of damaging it enough given that it also knew Roost.
  • Hope Spot: In episode 9 of Dark Cry, he finally takes down the level 31 Paras with his last remaining Pokémon! Except...
  • Interface Spoiler: It didn't start this way, but each Fire Red video has a picture of the current team he is using as of each video. Newcomers to his series will pretty much know who dies and who lives if their eyes wander. He did seem to realize that this was the case, and put up pictures of the Elite Four and Champion for his final videos. Although even that spoils that he makes it to the end of the game.
  • Kick the Dog: In Dark Cry Episode 7: After the massacre of his team in the previous episode, leaving him with three Pokemon left (after he picks up a Rattata), he hopes that he will be able to get another Pokemon through a hole in one of the houses. When he does so, the trainer he meets, who wasn't even looking at him, kills Derlan, leaving him only with Bidumb and Tarp.
  • Oh, Crap!: Jared's reaction to Winona's Altaria knowing Earthquake, which in part resulted in a Total Party Kill ending his Nuzlocke.
  • Rescued from the Scrappy Heap: Invoked with Bidumb in Dark Cry: Jared quickly realises that he's not a Bidoof, but a badass Zigzagoon. This gets taken further as the series progresses and he becomes an Action Survivor, and eventually, in Episode 7, he becomes one of Jared's two surviving Pokemon:
    Jared: Really starting to regret calling him "Bidumb" now. "Bidumb"? More like... "Bi-OnlyHopeIHaveForThisNuzlocke".
  • Running Gag:
    • One of the best (and probably his favorite) Pokemon on his team in Fire Red is a Vileplume named Nuptup. Each time he says Nuptup's name, he edits in a brief picture of Nuptup with its name below it.
    • The Shorts Cult
  • Self-Imposed Challenge: The main premise of his Nuzlocke series. In Pokemon Y, he added the rule of turning off the Exp. Share, as well as not using healing items in Battle.
  • Series Mascot: Nuptup the soul-eating Vileplume has become this, by way of being an In-Universe Memetic Badass.
  • Stupid Sacrifice/Senseless Sacrifice: In Episode 6 of Dark Cry, Jefina and Pachifetch's deaths could easily have been avoided.
    • Alpha Sapphire spoilers follow: In Norman's gym battle, Jared mistook Retaliate for a Fighting-type move and so kept Cordy, his Graveler, on the bench when Cordy would have been in a great position to sweep Norman's whole team. This misunderstanding cost Jared his oldest two Pokemon, Ghim the Grovyle and Daybo the Dustox. (The latter is especially painful since Daybo took a few Retaliates throughout the fight, meaning Jared should've had the opportunity to notice that the game wasn't informing him "It's not very effective" as it would have if Retaliate were a Fighting move.) Needless to say, it's the most controversial episode of the playthrough so far.
  • That One Boss:
    • In-Universe, the innocent Com Mon known as Rattata (across many different trainers) during his Fire Red Nuzlocke managed to take out a startling number of his Pokemon.
    • Many wild Pidgey got in a lot of crits on him and nearly killed members of his team. Also, the first death in the game was to a Spearow.
  • The Stinger: After the end of Jared's failed Pokemon Y Nuzlocke the screen fades the black, then shows an extra scene at the end, revealing that Dark Cry will be the next Nuzlocke series.
  • This Is Unforgivable!: After Burden the Snorlax kills Oh,he, his first caught Pokémon in Fire Red, he caught it, but even then, he couldn't forgive him about the incident. Even after Burden died against Blackbelt Koichi's Hitmonchan, the parting words he had for him was: "I never forgave you!". This became prominent in Part 8 of the Pokemon Y Nuzlocke when he rejected his Route 7 capture and fainted a potential Snorlax he could have caught because of the event that happened in the Fire Red Nuzlocke.
  • Took a Level in Badass:
    • In Alpha Sapphire, Jared bemoaned catching a Plusle on route 110 (as an Electric-type, she was a welcome addition, but he would have preferred an Electrike). But the Plusle in question, Zimzy, proved instrumental against Wattson, whose Magnemite and Magneton she expertly baited into using inferior moves via Encore, laying out the path for Jared's other Pokemon to safely carry the day.
    • Zimzy puts in another glorious performance against Norman, neutering his threats with Charm to the point that they could barely even scratch Rolic and Daybo after she finished with them, let alone Cordy. A damn Plusle is turning into the MVP of Jared's run.
  • Total Party Kill: Almost happened to his team early on in his Pokemon Y playthrough, with only his Charmeleon, Rathalos, making it out alive. Jared's party never fully recovered after that battle, with many new Pokemon getting killed off shortly after being added to the team.
  • Wham Episode: The Guidjuk battle in Episode 6 of Dark Cry: Jared sacrifices Jefina to get an extra switch-out, and following that is a complete massacre: Fuhrdan is the next to go via Squirtle's water gun, Nokenil is killed in one hit, then Pachifetch is killed in his first turn in a useless attempt to get a critical hit, and Jared is only able to survive the battle by a Quick Attack from Derlin. In one battle, Jared went from six Pokemon to two.
  • Wham Line:
    • In Dark Cry Episode 9:
      Jared: Level thirty-one?!
    • And Alpha Sapphire Episode 18
      Jared: EARTHQUAKE?!

"That's why my final rating for this article... is a strand of Fast Eddie's beard out of ten."


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Jared shows how much he loves "Monster Hunter" by giving the third game a 12/10.

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