Rodrigo Muñozaltea


10 games reviewed
83.2 average score
86 median score
70.0% of games recommended
Scores 3.7 higher than average

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9.3 / 10.0 - Marvel's Spider-Man
Sep 3, 2018

Marvel's Spider-Man is a very fun game. It has an Excellent battle system joined by a fluid and addictive transportation method that only a Spider-Man game could have. Not only this game delivers on all it's promises but it also gives us an original story that can be well adapted to a movie. Marvel's Spider-Man is clearly made by fans for fans and it will let you discover a new dimension of Spidey, Peter Parker and all of his allies and enemies. Even though the story sometimes moves too quickly, and it has some minor problems like a lack of variety of enemies this is a game you should play if you are a comic fan, a hardcore gamer or just a casual gamer that wants to have a good time.

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Feb 8, 2018

Dissidia NT for PS4 is a game that loses itself in its attempt to be different. It is full of fan service and this aspect is very well done, but gameplay wise the game tends to be chaotic, disorganized and confusing. At times, when everything works out, Dissidia NT can be a really great experience, and those times show you the potential this game had if it didn't try to be so crazy and unique.

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6.5 / 10.0 - Lost Sphear
Jan 31, 2018

Lost Sphear is an Old School JRPG with all it's letters that takes a lot of the classics of the 90s'. Unfortunately it doesn't just take the positive parts of those games, but also the cliches, which in one part is great because it brings you back, but it also reminds you how overused the formula is. All around the game is somewhat inconsistent and can become tediuos, but it's fast-paced and rewarding gameplay saves it from all its faults.

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8 / 10.0 - Little Nightmares
May 30, 2017

Little Nightmares is a small game with a really great atmosphere. It may be best described as an early Tool video with a French stop motion short film scored by Danny Elfman and a pinch of a twisted version of Spirited Away. This mixture gives the game a lot of personality and makes it unique. Character design is simply superb and really adds to the overall eerie feeling of the game. Environmental puzzles are a little bit too simple, and that is it's only strong shortcoming. We really enjoyed every creepy second of this game and wished it would be a bit longer. In short, Little Nightmares is a great interactive experience that is difficult to find anywhere else.

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9.5 / 10.0 - Nioh
Feb 10, 2017

At a first glance Nioh could be perceived as a Dask Souls Clone because they share basic concepts like repetition, muscle memory, perseverance and a high tolerance to frustration. But after some time playing, the differences between the two are obvious and it becomes clear that Nioh has enough strength to stand alone with pride and could even be the responsible of sparking a new wave of games with similar mechanics. Nioh is an intelligent, inspired, polished and exciting game that will keep you elated for hours on end. It takes a proven formula and improves on it in every aspect. It is that good. We might be looking at a game of the year here and it will surely be a beloved game for a niche of people who like hard, demanding games.

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8.3 / 10.0 - Gravity Rush 2
Jan 10, 2017

Gravity Rush 2 is an excellent game with a well told story and interesting characters. There are a ton of things to do with 27 main missions and more than 40 side quests that are imaginative and well thought. This game surpasses its predecessor by far with a very large world made up of floating islands that is way bigger and more beautiful than you might think. Gameplay is satisfying but not without its flaws. There is no lock-on system so sometimes you end up disorientated mid fight and you’ll mainly use one attack for most of the battles. In spite of this flaws the game is engaging and a lot of fun. You can almost feel the care and attention the developers put into it.

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8.7 / 10.0 - Octopath Traveler
Jan 1, 1970

Octopath Traveler is the magnificent missing link between pixels and polygons. It is game full of nostalgia with an incredible art direction, deep and addictive combat, a soundtrack worthy of the Squaresoft legacy and a lengthy although somewhat disjointed story line. If you are an old school player that enjoyed a classic JRPG , this game is definitely made for you and you will appreciate immensely. If you are new to the genre, it is a great opportunity for you to get to know turn based combat games, pixel art, and understand what all the fuss is about.

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9.8 / 10.0 - God of War
Jan 1, 1970

God of War is all you can ask from a new game in a franchise; very high production values, charismatic characters and satisfying combat, visceral with no lack of action. However, this is accompanied by a very well-told story, excellent animations, a very interesting new universe, fun gameplay and a new partner that develops a very promising personality. You can feel the dedication and care that Santa Monica Studio put into every frame of this game. Despite going in a new direction, God of War somehow manages to feel familiar and it is the worthy beginning of a new saga that surely has a lot to give us in the future. This is a very carefully made game that will certainly help define this generation and that is nothing short of a masterpiece.

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8.6 / 10.0 - Far Cry 5
Jan 1, 1970

Far Cry 5 has an interesting story and a theme that explores dark corners of the North American psyche. The Story has some pretty good moments that make you think about what a group of people is capable of when they follow an extreme ideology and they try to impose their vision of the world not caring about anything besides what one person or a book says. But the story just stablishes the setting of the game, on top of it there is a pretty fun game, full of action and adventure in witch you'll be running from religious fanatics and blowing everything that stands in your path to put an end to madness.

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7 / 10.0 - Metal Gear Survive
Jan 1, 1970

Metal Gear Survive is a strange and unique mix. On one hand it's an interesting survival game, on the other it's a merge of Sci-Fi elements with a shoehorned political plot and dull characters. The game has some genuinely fun and intense moments, but it's mechanics and stiff controls sometimes make the experience unnecessarily difficult. Despite all of this the game can be quite rewarding and keeps you in a state of urgency that can be really fun.

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