Gabriel Zamora


62 games reviewed
71.3 average score
70 median score
40.3% of games recommended
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Sep 11, 2014

Destiny is a flashy and beautiful but somewhat generic online space shooter.

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Layton's brain-teasing puzzles and Ace Attorney's rigorous courtroom circus make for a surprisingly good match despite some pacing and plot issues.

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Oct 17, 2014

The Steam version of Final Fantasy III offers plenty of old-school charm, but there are better versions out there.

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Oct 30, 2014

Wasteland 2 is a wonderful post-apocalyptic classic RPG romp through the radioactive dunes of Arizona and California. The game is unabashedly old school with its lack of hand-holding and harsh scenarios.

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Dark Souls II ends in an icy bang with the Crown of the Ivory King DLC. Despite a few weaknesses, the scenario in the frozen city of Eleum Loyce is fun, challenging, and thoroughly rewarding.

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Dec 17, 2014

Ubisoft makes some good changes to its Assassin's Creed formula with Unity, but the game is doomed to mediocrity due to its lack of polish and originality.

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Featuring the unlikely adventurers Toad and Toadette, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker takes the Captain Toad concept from Super Mario 3D World and runs with it, resulting in a gorgeous and utterly charming puzzle-platformer.

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Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham delivers exactly what you would expect from a Lego game: simple combat, light-hearted storytelling, and lots of smashing and collecting. Some rough edges sully the overall enjoyment, however.

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Iron From Ice, the first chapter in Telltale Games's Game of Thrones series, lays down a great foundation. The presentation suffers from weak visuals, but the story scenarios, intense rhetorical dueling, and dynamic protagonist perspectives recreate a world rich with intrigue and drama.

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Mar 24, 2015

Bloodborne changes up the "Souls" formula radically with faster and more aggressive combat. The Lovecraftian horror and Victorian setting only add to the charm. One of the best PS4 releases to date.

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