Pedro Meleiro


37 games reviewed
67.3 average score
70 median score
45.9% of games recommended
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8 / 10 - The End Is Nigh
Jan 31, 2018

The End is Nigh is something for those who appreciate the challenge of a steep difficulty level, one that is hard but fair and which brings the player through a refined level design that makes the player rethink how to approach the game. A real piece of playable satisfaction that is certain to gain the hearts of those who enjoy this kind of challenge.

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Dec 22, 2017

Wheels of Aurelia presents a captivating premise and its dialogues are nothing short of interesting. Unfortunately the game's execution does not allow it to become a fully enjoyable hybrid between a visual novel and driving simulator and the dialogue's mechanics often disappoint, which along with an unpolished visual component makes this an unfulfilled promise.

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Nov 3, 2017

The Flame in the Flood is a game that puts the players in the centre of a survival context where wits and instincts will be fundamental to get by. Thanks to its universe and crafting system, the game successfully stands out and will keep the players closely involved for a long time, even if some of the design options followed turn out to be somewhat disappointing and the game falls below its full potential.

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Sep 21, 2017

Implosion - Never Lose Hope is a hack 'n' slash that tries to go far but ends up offering too much of the same. While its production values are good and the game's customization system is interesting, it quickly becomes too repetitive thanks to its overuse of the same enemies and an unambitious level design. As far as its plot is concerned, the quantity of elements quickly becomes too much to pay attention to and overall all this makes the experience feel tiresome and forgettable.

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Aug 30, 2017

If a tactical turn-based RPG based on a crossover between the Mario universe and the Raving Rabbids seemed extremely unlikely, then Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle makes it all very real and with gusto. Thanks to its fun and deep combat system, a variety of abilities and characters to choose from and overall magnetic appeal, this game is set to gain a place in the heart of fans and newcomers to the genre alike.

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8 / 10 - GoNNER
Aug 1, 2017

GoNNER is a delightfully peculiar game that brings a very unusual sense of aesthetics as well as very high difficulty level to the Nintendo Switch. It's hard to conceive this game pleasing every single player out there but GoNNER stands out on its own merits and it's an audiovisual experience that deserves every opportunity that it gets.

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Raising the bar when it comes to the enemies' strength will force the players to plan their approaches in more strategic ways while the Trial of the Sword will push their endurance and tactical creativity to the maximum. Adding to this are Link's new outfits and something known as The Hero's Path, which will consolidate Breath of the Wild's magnificent experience and stir up new reasons to return to the game.

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7 / 10 - KAMIKO
May 16, 2017

Kamiko brings a healthy dose of skilled enemy-destroying action topped off with an incentive to finish its levels as quickly as possible and break new records with every occasion. Overall, it's an accessible and fun game to play that provides a good challenge and characters that are different enough to try all of them, even if it could use some performance rankings and a bit of an improvement of its audiovisual component.

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ACA Neo Geo Metal Slug 3 brings the third, and probably the most memorable, game of the Metal Slug series to the Nintendo Switch and what a competent and attractive conversion it is. Keeping its visually rich animations and settings, this version of Metal Slug 3 brings with it all sorts of surreal and surprising situations that will be cherished by those players already familiar with the series and will cause all sorts of positive surprises with those players who are gaining contact with the series for the first time.

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8 / 10 - Snipperclips
Mar 21, 2017

If dynamic interaction is what makes two-player collaborative games fun and addictive, Snipperclips certainly excels at that. Through cutting, moving and rotating parts, this experience stands out as original, fun and creative, reaching its peak when played by two players, while its solo mode, as well as 3 and 4-player experience, will feel less authentic when compared to its 2-player challenges, which will bring forth many hours of fun and witty puzzles to any pair of players.

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