Pedro Meleiro


37 games reviewed
67.3 average score
70 median score
45.9% of games recommended
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Nov 2, 2019

With the added value of solo play, this version of Carcassonne also allows for a fun local multiplayer experience on the same console but unfortunately, it falls short of expectations with its lack of an online component. Consequently, there's no trace of the option of asynchronous online play, as in other platforms. Overall, an experience that lacks components to go further.

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Jul 29, 2019

BOXBOY! + BOXGIRL! follows on the BOXBOY! series, this time with a cooperative component which brings a welcome addition to the game, as well as with new mechanics. Puzzle solving gains a more appealing component and character customization can lead to new fun and interesting creations. Overall an experience that will be thoroughly enjoyed by fans of puzzle games.

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Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom may come as a surprise for some but the game's overall quality design and structure quickly become obvious, especially to fans of 2D platformers and metroidvania-style games. With its good level design, high quality cartoonish art style and several mechanics from its predecessor, Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom should be on the radar of 2D platformer and metroidvania enthusiasts.

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Feb 1, 2019

GRIP is not yet at the point its potential suggests, but being made available at this moment runs that risk: as it is, the game needs several improvements and will certainly receive them. However, while its plentiful and varied content tick the right boxes, there are issues which will require more than just updates and additional modules to solve, and the model selected to bring GRIP to the players runs risks that can end up harming this experience more than it should.

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8 / 10 - Velocity 2X
Dec 26, 2018

Velocity 2X is a very fast-paced game that can be both accessible for newcomers and challenging for veterans, in an effort that features non-linear levels and very well designed mechanics that include shooter and platformer elements. A solid experience and which will get its players involved with all its components is what Velocity 2X brings to the Nintendo Switch catalogue.

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Save me Mr. Tako! is a contemporary tribute to the Game Boy made with today's resources and with all the advantages that implies. That being said, and for all its qualities, its controls generate unnecessary frustration, the game's difficulty feels out of place and the levels need more inspiration but there is no doubt Save me Mr. Tako! has a character of its own for those willing to explore it.

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Donkey Kong Adventure feels like a lovely addition to Mario + Rabbids, an expansion that while limited in its scope, gets everything right. It may only feature three characters but that's more than enough and when it comes to additional enemies and objectives Donkey Kong Adventure is not short in appeal, in what is certain to be a very attractive expansion for the fans of the original.

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7 / 10 - Swim Out
May 26, 2018

Swim Out is simple and unambitious but that doesn't mean it cannot provide some hours of fun. While its minimal aesthetics and lack of plot show right away that this game is not trying to set a new landmark in storytelling, its contents and unusual approach to puzzle games are worthy of praise and can most definitely be of use to players looking for a simple and direct game of this kind.

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Apr 18, 2018

Kirby Star Allies brings some of the most trademark elements of the Kirby series, including the extravagant visual look and the always growing set of abilities of the title character. On the other hand, it pushes the series' easy-going difficulty setting too far and sets the threshold too low for the players to feel any challenge and in the end, this ends up harming the experience more than helping the player.

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Mar 16, 2018

World to the West is interesting and captivating in its puzzle-based gameplay, as well as ambitious for an indie game that aims higher than it would be expected. It is on its technical component that World of the West disappoints, as it feels like several details were not ported as they should to the Nintendo Switch and in the end they somewhat harm the overall experience.

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