Nuno Nêveda

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Favorite Games:
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  • Super Mario Galaxy 2
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123 games reviewed
67.6 average score
70 median score
39.0% of games recommended
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Sep 21, 2019

LEGO Jurassic World recreates several scenes of the Jurassic Park series in the LEGO fashion that we've got to know and this game features a healthy amount of humor and good co-op mechanics which will suit younger players and family gaming sessions perfectly. While it doesn't feature any groundbreaking new features, there's enough in LEGO Jurassic World to keep players entertained across different ages.

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Bulletstorm: Duke for Switch Edition lands on the Nintendo Switch as a humorous, visceral and fun FPS, with a creative system that pushes the player towards using their mind in a way as twisted and outrageous as possible when it comes to eliminating enemies. While the game could certainly feature a multiplayer component, this edition of Bulletstorm for the Switch has enough assets to make itself a good option for some intense, comedic, morbid action.

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7 / 10 - Snooker 19
Sep 4, 2019

Snooker 19 will fit less with beginners, as the game's tutorials are very short and the difficulty level is high. While the game feels rather limited in its career mode and the players' animations are robotic, Snooker 19 is a good contribution to the Switch catalogue.

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6 / 10 - Jack n' Jill DX
Sep 1, 2019

Jack N' Jill DX fits in one of the simplest categories of contemporary games, that of platform runners. As such, the game is very accessible and requires only one input possible, jumping at the right moments, a job which Jack N' Jill DX doesn't always get right and some inconsistencies regarding the control input can make for some frustrating moments during gameplay but overall, this is a welcoming, fun and unpretentious game. Pity for its occasional control flaws and unpleasant soundtrack.

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9 / 10 - Astral Chain
Aug 26, 2019

Astral Chain may be a game that combines action and RPG elements in an excellent way but merely stating this would be a serious understatement. Nearly everything in Astral Chain drips with quality, labour and dedication, from its intense and frantic combats to the exquisite art style and wonderful soundtrack, this is without any doubt the finest new IP to reach the Nintendo Switch and another reminder of why Platinum Games deserves all the praise it can get.

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8 / 10 - PAWARUMI
Aug 12, 2019

Pawarumi lands in a busy field amidst any 2D shoot'em ups on the Nintendo Switch catalogue but it does a very good job at standing out. Thanks to its 'rock, paper, scissors' system which makes the gameplay more involving and challenging, Pawarumi is also a game with a strong personality and it's certain to appeal to fans of 2D shooters.

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Aug 2, 2019

Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble is a turn-based strategy game for the Nintendo Switch that follows its predecessor from two years ago and which improves on pretty much every aspect possible. With its in-depth offer of strategic gameplay options, large amount of content and very strong technical execution, Full Metal Rumble is a marvel of a game that also acts as a tribute to the games that inspired it.

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Jul 28, 2019

LOST ORBIT: Terminal is a challenging game based on exploration and with incentives for the players to improve their skills. With its well-humoured plot and emphasis on high scores, LOST ORBIT: Terminal could benefit from having shorter loading times but there is no doubt that this is a game that will appeal to players who enjoy seeking higher scores.

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3 / 10 - Nippon Marathon
Jul 22, 2019

Nippon Marathon could have been a fun and enjoyable party game: its unusual concept and amount of game modes are a good start but sadly, they cannot overcome the game's poor gameplay experience, which will quickly drive any player into bouts of frustration and repetitiveness, not to mention that the game's audiovisual component is simply outdated and nowhere near what is expected at this day and age.

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Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-Tered is still holding strong and its greatest assets are as fun as ever. Thanks to its sandbox world, impressive destruction physics and complete mayhem in some of its moments, Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-Tered shows that ten years after its original release, it should not be ruled out and there's a whole package of elements here to explore.

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