Diogo Caeiro


122 games reviewed
63.0 average score
70 median score
23.0% of games recommended

Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games is a party game featuring a rich cast of 40 characters from the worlds of Super Mario and Sonic, who battle themselves through the Olympic events. Unfortunately, a set group of characters is limited to certain events, the story mode is short, flat and somewhat uninteresting.

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2 / 10 - STEEL RIVALS
Apr 20, 2016

Steel Rivals comes off as a game which was not finished and simply not ready for a home release. This is a technically blotched effort that is unable to keep a minimum standard of visual stability, let alone offer a fun and compelling challenge. Add to this the dearth of visual stimulation, the disproportionate gap between the characters' capabilities and the complete lack of help or explanation given to the players and the result is a game that is simply not fun to play at all.

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May 3, 2016

Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright could very well be an outstanding chapter in a series that is cherished for its narratives and gameplay mechanics. Unfortunately Birthright falls down before it reaches its goal. Its very good production values and sharp combats openly clash with an uninspired and dull narrative, poorly implemented difficulty curve, generic and empty characters and the simple fact that it just doesn't work as a stand alone game in the first place.

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May 7, 2016

Chompy Chomp Chomp Party is a simple but fun and addictive party game that will bring back many memories of Pac-Man. It's not very ambitious and could have more content but this doesn't stand on the way of a nine-player experience that will get groups of players around the Wii U for some very fun moments.

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May 8, 2016

Asdivine Hearts is designed in a way to appeal to the nostalgia of 8 and 16-bit era RPG games and it does a competent job at that, with interesting characters, fun dialogues and long hours of gameplay for those dedicated enough. It doesn't stand out much further than that, though, as its plot feels rather uninspired and the whole visual atmosphere could have used some improvement.

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May 11, 2016

Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation, the final chapter in Fire Emblem's new trilogy closes the history of this new opus and provides a very sharp gameplay with a marvelous visual environment. Players who are looking forward to a rich and well-crafted plot, though, might find themselves disappointed, as Revelation rather stands out in the gameplay front and its new scenarios end up falling behind expectations.

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Jun 6, 2016

Reptilian Rebellion may feature a funny concept interesting enough for a title of this dimension but the game has nothing else going for it, as its interface and visual appearance are below the acceptable standards and its gameplay quickly becomes way too dull, even for an eShop title at this price. There are several better alternatives in the Wii U's digital catalogue for this style.

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Jul 7, 2016

Futuridium EP Deluxe is a fun, slick and addictive score-attack shooter that shows excellent production values and is simple enough to get the players' attention immediately. While the difficulty curve can get too steep by the end of the game and sometimes, the depth perception would need slight adjustments, this is a game that is recommended to all those who enjoy fast-paced, fun experiences and who derive a huge sense of satisfaction from improving their high scores.

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Jul 13, 2016

Zero Time Dilemma is nothing short of a world class conclusion to the Zero Escape trilogy, thanks to its excellent narrative, its interesting and very developed cast of characters and a marvelous audio environment. While not all of the trilogy's loose ends are brought together and its visual environment could certainly improve, this is a game that is compulsory for all the series' followers as well as to virtually anyone else.

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Aug 1, 2016

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 brings back point-n-click adventures to the Wii U in a game that offers well-written dialogues and plenty of humorous situations in the background of a visually rich and polished environment. Despite the lack of interaction through the GamePad, The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 is a game that will certainly please fans of the genre, after the dearth of point-n-click titles over recent years.

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7 / 10 - Ziggurat
Aug 16, 2016

Being a short and intense game, Ziggurat gives many incentives to be played again and again and only suffers from some technical flaws in its Wii U incarnation which nevertheless don't stand in the way of an addictive game.

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Aug 21, 2016

Journey to Kreisia is an RPG whose formula has been repeated over and over, which does not necessarily mean it should be shunned.

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2 / 10 - Hot Rod Racer
Aug 31, 2016

Hot Rod Racer has no personality and its gameplay mechanics are simply frustrating and not fun. There are few objectives, its tracks don't motivate the player to go forward and the vehicle's hitbox makes everything more difficult. A clear case of a game designed for the mobile segment which has no place elsewhere, no matter how low its selling price is.

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7 / 10 - Psycho Pigs
Sep 10, 2016

Psycho Pigs is back and this remake certainly honours the original with its simple and very fun concept, its humour in all levels and overall loyalty to a game from nearly thirty years ago.

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Even if the gameplay might require some variety after a while, The Letter Quest is easily recommended to anyone who wants to try something that walks away from the norm.

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Oct 9, 2016

The Legend of Kusakari may depart from an extremely unlikely premise but it's just simple and fun enough to provide a worthy experience for several hours. While taking it beyond its purpose will make the game feel repetitive, its overall sense of humour, good control system and hectic pace will not make anyone regret its purchase.

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Oct 12, 2016

Jotun: Valhalla Edition is a marvelous effort that clearly stands out amidst the indie games pool. With its rich visual environment, very engaging boss battles, extremely demanding combats that will require full commitment from the player and recurrent replay value, this is a game that will certainly keep everyone clinging on to their Wii U GamePad for a very long time.

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Oct 22, 2016

Shows its limits early on, with its rather repetitive combat, a level structure that needs improvement and the mixing of different graphic styles did not come out too well, but while those not interested in the genre should look the other way, any River City fan will be more than satisfied with this reincarnation of the thirty-year-old series.

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Nov 7, 2016

Azure Striker Gunvolt 2 follows in the footsteps of its predecessor all too well for its own sake, insofar as it's often difficult to point out any outstanding differences between the two. This is not necessarily a handicap, as the sequel is a quality action platformer that features an exquisite visual environment and fine-tuned gameplay.

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Thanks to its visual outlook and well-built plot, this is a game that will keep players interested until the end. It displays the limits of a low-budget game, however, and some of its segments feel too linear but this title shouldn't be in trouble to gather a group of fans.

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