Nuno Nêveda

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Favorite Games:
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  • Super Mario Galaxy 2
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105 games reviewed
67.7 average score
70 median score
35.0% of games recommended

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Nuno Nêveda
7 / 10 - Word Party
Feb 16, 2019

Party Hard will let the player turn into a cold-blooded killer but that does not mean there is no fun to be had - quite the contrary, as the game's unique gameplay mechanics, along with its very wide amount of content and lengthy lifespan, bring a fun and criminally delightful experience to the Nintendo Switch, with only its steep difficulty curve and AI issues being to blame for some frustrating moments.

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Jan 29, 2019

RollerCoaster Tycoon Adventures finally brings this renowned series to the Nintendo Switch and its formula of theme park, roller coaster building experience feels right as it allows for some very fun moments at what the game does best. Unfortunately, this being adapted from the mobile version means that plenty of elements were lost and while the essence of the series is still there, it feels too much like an oversimplification of the formula, not to mention all the technical issues that should have been corrected.

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Jan 8, 2019

Horizon Chase Turbo may not be the most innovative racing game ever made but that doesn't stand in its way of providing a fun, addictive and lengthy racing game experience, with its never-ending content and simple gameplay. Had it received an online multiplayer treatment, Horizon Chase Turbo could have gone farther.

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Minecraft: Story Mode - Season Two brings a competent work to the Nintendo Switch with an improved combat system, a simple but humorous plot and an overall good acting work. Nevertheless, the game doesn't fully stand out, as its adventure is rather superficial and the challenge level is not as high as it could be, with a lack of more eye-grabbing moments and some unsolved technical issues.

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6 / 10 - Next Up Hero
Dec 25, 2018

Next Up Hero is a very demanding, tough and unforgiving game based on dungeon crawling that joins the growing catalogue of the Nintendo Switch. Thanks to its colourful and cartoonish art style, the game invites the player to a very difficult adventure which is not without its problems and technical issues, but which will fit right with those who appreciate this kind of challenge.

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Dec 21, 2018

Cities: Skylines has been adapted to the Nintendo Switch in a way that does its job in a fun and competent way. The size constraints of the Nintendo Switch screen do set some limits that do not allow for the entirety of the game's characteristics to be fully reproduced but the experience is nonetheless fun and interesting and fits perfectly with the fans of the city simulation genre.

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Dec 11, 2018

ARK: Survival Evolved could have brought another interesting and fun game to the Nintendo Switch catalogue. Instead it's a severely distorted experience which due to its poor graphical performance, ends up not fulfilling any of its ideas correctly. As a consequence of its terrible lack of fluidity, pop ups and mistakes on the graphics department, ARK: Survival Evolved turns out to be an extremely frustrating effort that leaves no one satisfied.

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Sky Force Anniversary is an interesting game by itself, with a simple and accessible gameplay as well as a very competent visual environment. Where it loses out, though, is when it's measured in terms of its rather short content and repetitive settings, not to mention that it doesn't stand up to its brother game of the same series.

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5 / 10 - Sports Party
Dec 3, 2018

Sports Party offers a rather simple experience in what is a game that returns to the market ten years after its original release. There is some simple fun to be had in local multiplayer sessions, thanks to its varied events and character customization options, but the game's rather shallow gameplay and lack of an online multiplayer component means that its potential is very limited.

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5 / 10 - Tetra's Escape
Nov 30, 2018

TETRA'S Escape is a puzzle game that takes a while to get off the ground and to offer some challenge. After going over the way too easy beginning, the game starts picking up but the difficulty level advances in a rather erratic way and it's coupled with an unappealing audiovisual environment. TETRA'S Escape ends up being too bland for its own good, harmed by its lack of appealing challenges and of a more welcome realm.

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Nov 22, 2018

Valiant Hearts: The Great War brings an involving and touching experience about World War One to the Nintendo Switch under the guise of a point and click game with puzzles to solve. While this aspect is not the strongest tenet of the game, as its puzzles could use a greater level of challenge, the game delivers everything else in a near flawless way, thanks to its well-devised plot, exquisite cartoon and comic book inspired visuals and overall message, which will go straight to the core about that devastating conflict.

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6 / 10 - Cycle 28
Nov 17, 2018

Cycle 28 is a space-themed shoot'em up that features a very minimalistic approach and whose simplicity is both to be praised and to criticize. With its solid, competent gameplay and a well thought plot structure, Cycle 28 certainly has good arguments going for it, while its minimalism can feel too minimal and ends up making the game too repetitive too quickly.

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Nov 8, 2018

This iconic action RPG brings to Nintendo's console everything that had made it a monumental game before and adds to it the possibility of playing on the go, making this an even more desirable incarnation of the third chapter of the Diablo series. Whether beginner or expert, everyone will find themselves investing many, many hours into this timeless classic, in an effort that will most certainly prove to be immensely satisfying.

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Nuno Nêveda
Nov 3, 2018

Warriors Orochi 4 brings two different series together for a large and content-full musou game that features a solid gameplay and a lot of fan service that will leave dedicated players very satisfied. For all its qualities, Warriors Orochi 4 is not the most accessible game for new players and its visual presentation is somewhat disappointing due the Nintendo Switch technical limitations but that should not stand in the way of exploring this musou celebration.

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Nuno Nêveda
Oct 30, 2018

Child of Light is not an entirely new game but despite its four years of age, it's still easy to recommend to RPG players. With an amazing audiovisual environment and an interesting combat system, Child of Light certainly feels like it could have gone further when it comes to its plot and despite occasional fluidity issues, the game is a marvelous experience to indulge in.

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Oct 18, 2018

Old School Musical is an interesting rhythm game that is both involving and simple to play. Being filled with retrogaming references all over, it's somewhat strange that the game is not licensed to include the actual soundtracks of the classic games it alludes to but the experience is overall fun and rewarding, with enough additional content to push the lifespan beyond its initial limits.

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Nuno Nêveda
Oct 15, 2018

Starlink: Battle for Atlas lands on the Nintendo Switch with its additional vehicles, weapons and long exploration that make this more than just a space-based action game. While its visual environment could certainly be richer and its total price will be higher than that of most other games, Starlink presents a very engaging exploration component as well as its own Star Fox flair which fits perfectly in a Nintendo system.

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Nuno Nêveda
Oct 7, 2018

Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle is a collection that will bring back memories of the beat 'em up genre to an old audience and will show more of this genre to younger generations of players. While the games are portrayed in a faithful way and the local multiplayer works very well, there are some issues to solve with the online multiplayer and the options regarding the visuals and the sound feel somewhat limited. All flaws notwithstanding, Capcom Beat 'Em Up Bundle is a marvel of a collection which can be enjoyed by everyone.

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Adding the Champions League and Europa League brings it closer to a more realistic simulation, while the no-rules modes are fun in the way they completely subvert football in an enjoyable way. Where this experience falls short of expectations is on its visual performance, the inflexible AI and some unexplainable absences when it concerns game modes.

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6 / 10 - Titan Quest
Sep 30, 2018

Titan Quest lands on the Nintendo Switch as a remaster of a game that originally saw the light of day twelve years ago. While its visual environment is certainly outdated, despite some technical improvements, Titan Quest's gameplay still retains some interest and its local and online multiplayer modes are definitely enjoyable. Despite all that, the game still feels fairly repetitive and it does not stand on the top of the scale of action RPG.

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