Andrea Dresseno

16 games reviewed
72.7 average score
70 median score
37.5% of games recommended
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Oct 18, 2016

Yomawari: Night Alone is an original horror tale that shuns 3D and hyper-realism to stake everything on the atmosphere and on the discrepancy between "cartoon" style and horrific themes.

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8 / 10.0 - Everything
Mar 27, 2017

Everything is different from anything you've ever tried in your life. For this reason, it can split the community and open a debate about the meaning of the videogames, the philosophy behind them, and what can/should be told in a game. The new creation from game designer David OReilly is not suitable for everyone: only if you are willing to get involved, you will really have a chance to enjoy the concept behind it.

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6 / 10.0 - The Silver Case
Apr 23, 2017

The Silver Case is not an easy game. Its visual-novel story needs to be carefully followed, as it can be confused at certain points. However, the game's atmosphere and Suda51's style can overcome some of its limitations.

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8 / 10.0 - Outlast II
Apr 26, 2017

Outlast II is a huge step forward in both narration and graphics from Red Barrels' first survival horror experiment. Even if the first chapter had a greater balance between the different gameplay mechanics, its sequel offers one of the best overall experience for those loving horror games. Ready to feel the fear?

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6.8 / 10.0 - Tokyo 42
Jul 10, 2017

Inspired by masterpieces like Syndicate and GTA, Tokyo 42 is both fascinating and imperfect. This frenetic shooter is set in a futuristic metropolis, dominated by violence and pop-culture.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Maize
Oct 5, 2017

Despite a good sense of humour, Maize failed to convince either as a walking simulator and a graphic adventure. Its progression is based on a linear and recurring process which require to find new objects to solve basic puzzles that feel too much similar to each other.

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