Claudio Quiroz


13 games reviewed
80.2 average score
83 median score
61.5% of games recommended
Scores 1.7 higher than average

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Claudio Quiroz
70 / 100 - Just Cause 4
Dec 7, 2018

Just Cause 4 it's a very entertaining game thanks to its nature and concept, but fails to deliver a new entry with major improvements as fans and gaming market may expect.

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Claudio Quiroz
Nov 21, 2018

With a new villain to fight in Marvel's Spiderman, the DLC Turf Wars and Hammerhead character seems enough reasons to try the new content but unfortunately, once again it's below our expectations.

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Claudio Quiroz
Oct 26, 2018

The Heist It's a disappointing DLC for a superb game. While people might be interested in Black Cat character, at the end they would probably gonna feel that $10 dollars for this are not worth it.

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Claudio Quiroz
Oct 16, 2018

With 3 strong and well designed online experiences, Black Ops 4 achieves a fantastic and addictive experience for young players. With it's own Battle Royale called Black Out turns out to be better than people expect and could set a new direction for this popular genre. A must entry for Call of Duty long time fans.

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Claudio Quiroz
92 / 100 - Forza Horizon 4
Oct 4, 2018

Playground Games has achieved to deliver the best arcade games for the last decade and with Forza Horizon 4 proves it once again. It's a must for all Xbox One users.

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Claudio Quiroz
Sep 2, 2018

What a pleasure to finally see a Spider Man game that manages to make us feel very powerful, like a superhero and better yet worthy of the popularity and legacy of this iconic character.

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Claudio Quiroz

Panic Button studios did it again! First with DOOM's port and now with Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus on the Switch, they have managed to deliver and increidible experience for a memorable FPS into the portable console. A must to play on the Nintendo's platform.

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Claudio Quiroz
65 / 100 - Metal Gear Survive
Feb 26, 2018

The major problem of this game is having on its title the name of Metal Gear. Seems like It has nothing to do with the franchise and while it has some good ideas as game in the end the final product it's disappointing.

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Claudio Quiroz
Nov 9, 2017

Despite the technical limitations by the Nintendo Switch hardware, you will experience all the brutality and incredible action in this version of DOOM which is a good opportunity for a new audience.

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Claudio Quiroz
Oct 27, 2017

Even and without the absence of a multiplayer mode, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a great FPS that offers a fantastic, deep and really well told story. If you love the genre you should not miss it.

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Claudio Quiroz
85 / 100 - The Evil Within 2
Oct 12, 2017

Its is said that sequels are usually the best games in a series and we can say that with The Evil Within II that happened. With a new world to explore in a non linear gameplay, detective Sebastian Castellanos is ready to fight in a new nightmare in order to save his beloved daughter. Survival Horror fans must try the new game.

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Claudio Quiroz
72 / 100 - Snipperclips
Mar 14, 2017

While the game is super fun solving the puzzles with a partner based on the communication and coordination, after complete all levels there's no reason to come back and play again.

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Claudio Quiroz
Jan 26, 2017

Capcom had to change and innovate with this new Resident Evil title. Fortunately achieved an amazing and horrifying experience that makes every Resident fan feel proud and happy that series returns to its origins with a immersive view from first person.

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