Nuno Nêveda

Viana do Castelo
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Favorite Games:
  • Shenmue
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2
  • Nights into Dreams...

153 games reviewed
67.6 average score
70 median score
39.9% of games recommended
5 / 10 - Itadaki Smash
Jul 15, 2022

It follows the regular conventions that we expect to see and does good when it comes to its character cast, with a reasonable assortment of moves, game modes that propose different rules and a good touch of humour. However those looking for a more in-depth experience might not find it in Itadaki Smash's simplistic development, and the way the hit box is implemented might leave more seasoned players to raise their eyebrows at what's on offer.

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8 / 10 - Wreckfest
Jul 9, 2022

Wreckfest delivers a competent, frantic and fun arcade racing experience coupled with vehicle destroying action, and it all works as good as we expect it to. Thanks to a very good adaptation, the Nintendo Switch runs Wreckfest impeccably well, allowing players to enjoy this varied, vehicle smashing experience for many hours, whether on solo or multiplayer.

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8 / 10 - Slipstream
Jun 13, 2022

Slipstream presents itself as an assumed tribute to driving retro classics and that's what the game's fantastic visual world aims at achieving. With a gameplay that's both addictive and demanding, a great variety of game modes to choose from, customization options and an experience that hits the right spot when it comes to driving classics, Slipstream could be even better if its multiplayer mode went beyond local and included an online component as well.

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5 / 10 - Ashwalkers
Apr 26, 2022

Ashwalkers does a good job in presenting a wide variety of possible endings as well as creating a gloom, somber post-apocalyptic world for the players to dwell in. Ashwalkers doesn't deliver the same positive elements when it comes to technical execution and controls, thus contributing for a rather frustrating experience that makes it difficult to explore and to try to find all the different endings, while also harming the player's connection with the characters.

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Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection is the first time that these three games can be experienced on a Nintendo console and the result is nothing but positive. Other than the value of playing the three games starring Ezio, it's possible to enjoy the improvements from one game to the other and its many hours of action, as well as the two short films included in the collection. Not all is perfect and some visual choices, as well as the presence of some outdated mechanics, will raise eyebrows but this is a great opportunity to experience three Assassin's Creed classics, whether for the first time or as a revisit.

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Mar 25, 2022

PowerSlave Exhumed is a return to an early time in the evolution of First Person Shooters, with this 1996 classic that was ahead of its time at the moment of release showing that it can still stand the test of time. Thanks to an excellent work of adaptation to the Nintendo Switch, this version fits perfectly with today thanks to its technical and control updates, and its mix of action and exploration works perfect to bring back an FPS classic, one that's recommended to every fan of the genre.

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Mar 19, 2022

Super Arcade Football does a great job at creating a nostalgic experience that's able to channel one of football's most famous gaming series, and with a simple, accessible, as well as fast-paced gameplay what we get is a game that might not be the most in-depth football experience ever made, but it certainly manages to build a fun and enjoyable game. Pity for solo players, though, who due to a poor AI will find themselves bored compared to their multiplayer peers.

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6 / 10 - Beyond Blue
Jan 26, 2022

Based on diving and following different marine species and with a strong educational and contemplative component, Beyond Blue also provides a plot that lets players discover more about its lead character. Beyond Blue's simple gameplay and concept also ends up becoming its main shortcoming, as there could have been a lot more to this, especially regarding the exploration of the submarine world, and the game's graphics that fall behind the threshold of what is required for such an experience.

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Dec 17, 2021

Dying Light: Platinum Edition is given a Nintendo Switch adaptation under a special edition that includes all the contents released over the last six years. Not only is there plenty of content here to explore, but this is an absolute marvel of a conversion that keeps all the good things about the original game intact and which acts as a benchmark for more ambitious conversions to the Switch.

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Nov 17, 2021

Tetris Effect: Connected doesn't just deliver a magnificent Tetris experience, it raises it to a threshold most of us didn't dare to dream. This true sensorial experience delivers an absolutely exquisite work at all levels, while keeping the formula and magic of the original game intact, and adds additional game modes that only reinforce how magnificent the experience is. No Nintendo Switch should go without Tetris Effect: Connected.

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8 / 10 - Inked
Nov 9, 2021

Inked: A Tale of Love is a moving, if rather short, puzzle adventure that does not attempt to revolutionize the experience but delivers a lovely time through very well designed levels and a unique visual world. The difficulty does not stand out, as the purpose is not to present players with a painstaking challenge, but the way this relaxing and touching experience is implemented is nothing short of remarkable. Pity for its very short length.

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Oct 28, 2021

It was about time the Nintendo Switch welcomes a WarioWare game in its catalogue, and Get It Together! is just what we could wish for. With its gameplay formula unchanged, Get It Together! brings us 200 new microgames, a brand new story mode, and weekly online challenges. The result is an effort that carries the baton from one generation to the next, and which will keep players delighted with the series' unusual humour for a long time, both solo and on multiplayer.

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Sep 22, 2021

The game does that well, and the very demanding difficulty level is a living evidence - perhaps too much, as its many frustrating moments attest. The Skylia Prophecy doesn't quite succeed at creating an original experience, however. It remains very close to its inspirations and doesn't do anything that hasn't been done before.

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6 / 10 - RiMS Racing
Sep 20, 2021

This isn't just about choosing bikes and winning races, but about managing a plethora of parameters and variables with regards to the mechanical aspects of the motorbike in a way that is certain to catch the hearts of motorcycling fans, while also pushing away those looking for something simpler. The only downside to this Nintendo Switch version is its visibly dated looks, which stand out in a negative way.

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7 / 10 - Trigger Witch
Aug 30, 2021

Trigger Witch brings together elements from adventure games and twin-stick shooters in a rather unusual intersection but one which is worthy of praise, as the combat is fun and the locations are vivid and colourful. The game's puzzles are not the most captivating and the sound component could be better but overall, this is a game that will catch the eye of both adventure and twin-stick shooter fans.

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Feb 12, 2020

Mars Power Industries on the Nintendo Switch is not a jaw-dropping bombshell AAA title but that's hardly a sin - it's a simple puzzle game that works fine and does its job the way it should. Fun, entertaining, with a level of challenge that is enough to amuse and keep most players entertained for a while, Mars Power Industries does not need to bring in the heavy artillery to provide an enjoyable experience.

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6 / 10 - SIMULACRA
Dec 28, 2019

SIMULACRA on the Nintendo Switch is an FMV adenture based on a story of mystery and horror and if the gameplay experience is not among the most outstanding ever designed, there is definitely something engaging about finding hints and advancing along the plot. The game's different endings add an additional incentive to explore and even though SIMULACRA is no masterpiece, its players will feel involved enough to take the experience to the end.

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Assassin's Creed: The Rebel Collection brings two games of the acknowledged series to the Nintendo Switch and one of the best things that can be said is that they still hold the test of time. The sea battles are still enjoyable and the heaps of content to explore, courtesy of the additional content as well, make this compilation a very welcome contribution to the catalogue of the Nintendo Switch, even more so in time for the holiday season.

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Dec 13, 2019

Super Street: Racer puts the player in control of an old piece of junk with wheels with the goal of improving it and make it a fast and able racing car. The gameplay experience is eminently arcade-based and features plenty of customization options but while there's no online component and the audiovisual environment is not jaw-dropping, there's still enough reasons for arcade racing fans to enjoy Super Street: Racer.

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6 / 10 - WRC 8
Dec 7, 2019

If the career mode is an example of how to do an in-depth competition and its gameplay is challenging and fits perfectly with what is expected of rally simulators, the was the game was converted leaves a lot of gaps to fill. Its low quality performance when running on the Switch screen is the most difficult to handle, while the lack of multiplayer is simply unacceptable and the player's interface is confusing. This version of WRC 8 will attend to purists who can look beyond the flaws but others will be rather put off.

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