Gabriel Zamora


58 games reviewed
71.9 average score
70 median score
41.4% of games recommended

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Gabriel Zamora

Sekiro is an excellent action game that combines stealth, intense melee combat, and well-designed defensive options into an entertaining package. There are a few hiccups, but Sekiro is a title worth picking up if you're hungry for a challenge.

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Gabriel Zamora
Mar 19, 2019

Anthem mimes shoot-and-loot games, but doesn't do enough to stand apart from the competition. Plus, bugs and tedious level design mar a potentially entertaining title.

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Gabriel Zamora
Mar 8, 2019

Devil May Cry is back with a new look, an expanded combat system, and a beefy assortment of enemies to slay. Slashing and styling on demons has never looked as good or played as well.

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Gabriel Zamora
Feb 27, 2019

Jump Force makes combat its focus, giving you addictive, if unbalanced, manga-inspired gameplay at the expense of a compelling story. If you want to beat up your buddies with your favorite Shonen Jump character this is the game for you, but don't expect much else.

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Gabriel Zamora
Jan 9, 2019

Darksiders III delivers satisfying action in a delightful apocalyptic setting, but the game's linearity, wonky camera, and relentless enemies weaken the demon-slaying experience.

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Gabriel Zamora
Nov 29, 2018

Red Dead Redemption 2 is a fantastic homage to the classic Western cinema, delivering an adventure of amazing scope. Though, at times, it has an irritating focus on realism.

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Gabriel Zamora
Oct 31, 2018

Mega Man 11 is about as retro as a game can get nowadays, with tight action and great charm. It can be a touch too difficult at times, but overall it's a fantastic side-scroller that's worth checking out.

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Gabriel Zamora
Sep 26, 2018

Shenmue I & II collects Sega's classic open-world games and gives them modern touches. The titles feature fun combat and quirky humor, but they also suffer jarring pacing issues.

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Gabriel Zamora
Aug 10, 2018

Monster Hunter World is as demanding as previous series entries, but the streamlined controls make it accessible to newcomers. Incredible battles in a lush and danger-filled world will keep even die-hard fans thrilled for hours on end.

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Gabriel Zamora
Aug 2, 2018

Lust for Darkness is a decent horror-adventure game with strong visuals and satisfying mature themes, but the weak story and annoying gameplay quirks weaken the experience.

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Gabriel Zamora
Jun 15, 2018

This zombie-crushing survival game features solid base-building systems and RPG development, but repetition and bugs bog the experience.

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Gabriel Zamora
Apr 27, 2018

God-slayer Kratos returns to intense, bloody combat in this action-adventure reboot that brings dramatic changes to the God of War formula.

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Gabriel Zamora
Jan 8, 2018

If you never played Okami, or are looking to replay this classic, this HD rerelease offers a grand experience for the PC.

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Gabriel Zamora

The PC version of Nioh delivers excellent action and a staggering amount of content. Mastering the gameplay systems may seem overwhelming for new players, but those who stick with it will be rewarded.

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Gabriel Zamora

The Fractured But Whole delivers exactly what you would expect from a South Park- game: ribald humor and numerous Easter eggs. Technical issues and repetitive mini-games dull the experience, however.

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Gabriel Zamora
Oct 18, 2017

Cuphead pays homage to old school animation, as well as side-scrolling video game shooters of old. While it lacks the stage-heavy mayhem of other games in the genre, Cuphead more than makes up for it with its vicious boss battles.

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Gabriel Zamora
Jun 23, 2017

Nier: Automata is a match made in heaven, blending the zany tragedy of Yoko Taro's storytelling with Platinum Games' high-energy gameplay. Unfortunately, the PC port suffers from performance problems.

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Gabriel Zamora
Apr 27, 2017

Bayonetta is now on PC, and the new platform is the best place to experience (or re-experience) this classic action game. This port is the quintessential version of the game, delivering brilliant gameplay and excellent PC performance.

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Gabriel Zamora
Mar 21, 2017

Despite its rougher edges, Mass Effect: Andromeda is a fine third-person shooter that features terrific space exploration. If you can overlook the clunky menus and graphics issues, you're in for some fun space hijinks.

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Gabriel Zamora

Ghost Recon Wildlands does little to improve upon the familiar open-world, collect-a-thon formula, but its stealth-based action and cooperative multiplayer mode keep things fun.

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