João Dias


31 games reviewed
58.7 average score
60 median score
9.7% of games recommended
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Jan 22, 2019

Grim Fandango Remastered is a marvelous throwback to the original classic, now improved with visual and sound upgrades, as well as with a series of extra options that smooth its arrival in the current generation. While this is not a remake of the original, it won't be difficult for more recent players to see why this is such a cherished name in the world of gaming, thanks to its delightful mix of noir comedy, grim elements and addictive plot.

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Jul 28, 2016

Unholy Heights' unusual background, coupled with its addictive dynamics and comical details, provides the basis for a game that will be difficult to let go of once the player is emerged into it.

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7 / 10 - NeuroVoider
Oct 15, 2017

If NeuroVoider wanted to push the roguelike genre into RPG territory it certainly leaves a good impression at that. While the difficulty level often cranks up in a way that goes too far for many, this frantic game has plenty to keep its players clinging on to it like to their dear lives, which are not taken very seriously in Neurovoider's world.

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World Heroes Perfect is what can be expected from a mid-90s Neo Geo fighting game: colourful, large characters, lots of insane moves, rich animations and plenty of action. While the game will seem out of place for those unfamiliar with its time, fans of 2D fighting games will find plenty to enjoy in the reedition of this classic.

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7 / 10 - Snake Pass
Apr 9, 2017

Thinking like a snake might not seem like the most natural thing to do to most humans but Snake Pass will get the players doing just that quick enough. Thanks to its gameplay mechanics that involve the inherent physics to a snake's body, this game stands on its own thanks to its unique approach to puzzle-solving, coupling it with rich audiovisual environments and very challenging levels.

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Jan 16, 2018

The Sexy Brutale is original, while not entirely unique, but it makes such an interesting combination of its elements that it's impossible not to feel its allure. It could use less trial and error to solve its puzzles and there are a bit too many moments when the game freezes but this experience is enough to put a malicious smile on many players' lips.

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7 / 10 - Spellspire
Nov 24, 2017

Spellspire may not be the most common game out there, as there aren't many games based on typing, but this production gets it right. Thanks to its addictive progression system, players will be constantly motivated to advance and to come up with more elaborate words to vanquish the enemy monsters.

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Aug 21, 2017

Ultra Hyperball puts the player hitting a ball as high as possible and winning medals for that...and it works, it's fun and addictive both on solo and on multiplayer. While it's not the most content-rich game out there, Ultra Hyperball succeeds at what it proposes when it comes to an intense, addictive experience.

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Sep 24, 2018

Dimension Drive does not go easy on anyone and its feature gameplay mechanic will multiply the woes of any player. If those well versed in 2D shooters will quickly grab it and hike up the difficulty level, those with less experience will beg for mercy and feel less of a bond with this game.

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This point and click adventure features gorgeous looking visuals and a plot so overly satirical and absurd that it's impossible not to grow fond of it. Its performance regarding player inputs falls below its quota, however, as the interaction with objects doesn't always work as expected on the Nintendo Switch but for every revolutionary or just mildly subversive player who enjoys point and click adventures, Irony Curtain will provide a welcome dose of proletarian-led entertainment.

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