Sérgio Mota


122 games reviewed
64.8 average score
70 median score
32.8% of games recommended
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6 / 10 - Exile's End
Dec 22, 2016

Despite a very slick-looking 16-bit environment and lifespan that covers several game modes, there's less to Exile's End than meets the eye - the game may look superb for a throwback to previous gaming generations but its rater flawed level design, monotonous feel and somewhat repetitive and uninteresting exploration make it an experience that does not live up to its expectations and which can't but wonder that if some things had been done differently, the game could be overall much better.

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6 / 10 - Teslapunk
Jan 17, 2017

Teslapunk does a satisfying job at bringing back the spirit of 2D arcade shoot'em ups thanks to its simple gameplay mechanics and plot that is nothing more than a motif for the game to exist. That being said, it could certainly use some improvement in its visual environment and unfortunately its price is too steep for the rather short lifespan and contents it offers.

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5 / 10 - Back to Bed
Jan 26, 2017

It can be said of Back to Bed that it's a game with a superb visual environment (hard to go wrong with settings from Salvador Dalí and M.C. Escher) and simple but entertaining gameplay mechanics. Where it sadly fails is that it doesn't go beyond too easy challenges and a short lifespan, as the game ends before a truly challenging moment confronts the player.

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Feb 14, 2017

There are interesting puzzles in Toby: The Secret Mine set within a fantastic visual environment, if only this was enough to extend the game's short lifespan then it would certainly be a highly recommended 2D platformer but the game is so quick to complete that it rules itself out from being at an advantage point when compared to other games of the same genre.

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7 / 10 - Forma.8
Mar 15, 2017

With a remarkable visual environment and a demanding degree of difficulty, forma.8 will make the players come up with their own tactics to survive and present them with a large number of puzzles that make this a very interesting and captivating experience.

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Sky Force Anniversary has been out for some time but it's only reaching the Wii U now, even if it doesn't suffer from the time lag in its release. This is a game that features an enjoyable gameplay, a good cooperative mode and a decent visual environment. Standing in contrast, there's a rather slow start which can be enjoyed by beginner players and a repetitive soundtrack that could use some variety.

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Cubit The Hardcore Platformer Robot HD is a long title and one which says a lot about the game itself: it's a hardcore platformer in HD where the player controls a robot. Featuring a very demanding difficulty level and a surprisingly long lifespan, Cubit may not be advised to all audiences but those who persevere will find themselves duly rewarded by an immense feeling of satisfaction.

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Jul 20, 2017

Drop it: Block Paradise may not be a monumental masterpiece but it gets the gig right: its amount of levels and simple gameplay mechanics make it enjoyable and its level editor and online sharing will keep it fresh for a long time. Where it doesn't keep up is when it comes to its maladjusted difficulty level and feeling of repetitiveness, which can alienate some players.

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Aug 31, 2017

If the idea of joining a racing game with a rhythm game seems good, Flight of Light doesn't quite put it into practice successfully. Due to a gameplay that requires nearly no effort whatsoever to succeed when playing solo, a completely lackluster audiovisual environment and a price tag that is too high for what is being offered here, Flight of Light will disappoint anyone with high expectations about a racing & rhythm crossover.

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Sep 12, 2017

Metroid: Samus Returns is a triumphant return to the 2D Metroid games, now taking the form of the series' renovated second game, which successfully adds new elements to the experience that feel just right and provides a marvelous audiovisual environment with a healthy lifespan. All this contributes to form an instant success and a very welcome addition to the Metroid saga.

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