Gabriel Zamora


62 games reviewed
71.3 average score
70 median score
40.3% of games recommended
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The combination of satisfying combat, excellent story, and open-world exploration makes The Witcher 3 the best in the series, and one of the best games released this year.

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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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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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Dec 24, 2015

Rocket League offers fantastic, over-the-top fun that anyone can enjoy, yet it's also nuanced enough to be a highly competitive game.

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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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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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Final Fantasy XIV is one of the best MMORPGs on the market, and is easily one of the best Final Fantasy games in the series. It's packed with content, including an engaging narrative and quirky quests that are an absolute delight.

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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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Ys VI is a simple, energetic, and unrelenting action-RPG that keeps you hacking and slashing the whole way through.

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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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