Jen Glennon is Senior Gaming Editor at Inverse, where she directs the vision and scope of the gaming team. Her favorite games are Earthbound, Final Fantasy 7, and the Yakuza series. Jen was previously Associate Entertainment Editor and Gaming Editor at Inverse, after joining the site in 2019. Prior to that, she worked as Deputy Editor of Entertainment and Gaming at Newsweek. She holds degrees in English Literature from UC Berkeley and the University of Oxford.
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Inverse score: 10/10
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Inverse score: 7/10
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It is coming.
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Cool for the summer.
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth in 10 stunning images
Street Fighter 6 adds a brilliant feature every fighting game needs to copy
Finally, a game for people who suck at Street Fighter.
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It breaks us — it unmakes us.
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Inverse score: 8/10