Carlos Santuana


80 games reviewed
72.0 average score
75 median score
63.7% of games recommended
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What really kills Outbreak: The New Nightmare is the generally unpolished feel of the whole game.

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Sep 19, 2017

I was hoping to be blown away by Dead Alliance, but a dwindling player base, poor gameplay, terrible bugs and a lack of content make this just another disappointment within a once great genre.

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Jun 21, 2017

Unfortunately Air Missions: HIND is not one I can recommend and is a hugely disappointing addition to the genre.

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Oct 20, 2017

I truly hoped to enjoy my time with Iron Wings, but poor gameplay mechanics, and a contradiction to the overall purpose of the protagonists left me feeling more disappointed than anything else.

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May 20, 2017

The art style is generally pleasing to the eye, but the lack of enjoyable content means that it’s likely to be the only thing you’ll remember from the game.

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Blue Angels Aerobatic Flight Simulator may give the correct appearance for each of the planes in the squadron, but very little else has been faithfully recreated.

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Outcast: Second Contact is a game that feels more like a direct port of the original rather than a fully remastered experience.

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There are a vast number of improvements needed before the game could be considered worth playing on a regular basis, but with the right creative direction and some key changes to some major aspects of the game could indeed see it become a great title – eventually.

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Oct 17, 2017

With sluggish and unresponsive combat, all of which fails to match the overall speed of the game, Bloody Zombies isn’t the best thing you’ll be playing this year.

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Feb 15, 2017

Wells isn’t an entirely terrible game and anyone looking for a simple platformer, or those looking for an easy boost to their Gamerscore, will be more than set with what it holds. But if you’re looking for an adventure that offers any form of engagement that stretches beyond the first level then you will certainly want to look elsewhere.

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