Sérgio Mota


122 games reviewed
64.8 average score
70 median score
32.8% of games recommended
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Apr 17, 2018

Detention brings back elements that will quickly make players reminisce about the first console horror games. Its plot-based design, with an involving audiovisual component and laudable art style makes the player feel wonderfully immersed in the game's atmosphere and creates one of the finest experiences available in the Nintendo Switch eShop.

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Apr 19, 2018

Midnight Deluxe might not have the most common concept but its competent control systems and visual environment will help bridging that. Unfortunately its experience never feels completely right, as its difficulty level is too forced on the player and the game becomes repetitive all too quickly and will have a hard time in motivating its players to keep trying.

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Apr 22, 2018

Bingo for Nintendo Switch has simple ambitions: to be a bingo game on Nintendo's hybrid console. Sadly it doesn't fulfill its job in a minimally satisfying way. Its game modes offer no added value whatsoever, there is no online component (even if there is a local multiplayer), its audiovisuals are a mess, especially the sound front and overall, there is just no reason why anyone should prefer this over the real game of bingo.

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Apr 25, 2018

Tesla vs Lovecraft brings some unorthodox elements to the Nintendo Switch and they work: the game's action-packed screens pass the fluidity test and the gameplay is simple and fun, also thanks to its precise control system. The game also features a four-player cooperative mode and an impressively detailed visual environment, which altogether contribute this to make a significant entry in the growing list of Nintendo Switch games.

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Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze has been seen before in previous years but this Nintendo Switch version does not miss out on anything compared to its predecessors. Thanks to its stunning visuals and amazing soundtrack, as well as to a fine level design and a difficulty level that makes it accessible to all audiences, this new version for the Nintendo Switch turns out to be yet another essential game for Nintendo's latest console.

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Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder Devastated intends to be an evolution of the original game but the overall result falls short of that objective. While its gameplay is competent and the art style is rather original, the game quickly becomes too repetitive with its recycled content, its soundtrack quickly becomes something to ignore and its sale price makes it difficult to recommend.

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May 17, 2018

Clusterpuck 99 may not have the most ambitious features available on the Nintendo Switch and while an online mode would certainly be appreciated, its local multiplayer allowing up to eight players and its simple controls help it become a fun and enjoyable experience that bases itself on the unusual mix of football, air hockey and 2D platforms.

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May 30, 2018

Super Rocket Shootout brings an unlikely mix of 2D platforms with fighting action inspired by a familiar Nintendo series and it works well enough. Its plot is full of humour, the lifespan may be short but it's captivating and the multiplayer clearly stands out. Where Super Rocket Shootout ends up disappointing is in its too long and mandatory tutorial and on the lack of any online multiplayer functionalities.

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May 31, 2018

Thanks to the game's visually stunning environment, its fun and compelling multiplayer mode, a lifespan that will keep the game alive in the players' hands and an assortment of content, Skies of Fury DX is in a very good position to captivate many Switch players for some World War One air combat.

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Jun 5, 2018

Pirates: All Aboard! could have tried harder but other than some mild fun on multiplayer, there's very little this game has going for it. Very uninspired in terms of content, with an audiovisual environment that is pretty bleak and with a short lifespan, Pirates: All Aboard! is a game that will not leave its marking on the Nintendo Switch catalogue.

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